The University College of Teacher Education in Vienna is internationally very well linked to the advantage of our students, graduates and teaching staff. We pride ourselves on an established network of over 100 partner universities and colleges across Europe, many of which are in Central and Eastern European countries (CEE-Countries). Through promoting student and teaching staff mobility within the network, we are aiming for an exchange of scientific knowledge and expertise to enhance mutual cooperation and deepen our understanding of each other.
We are happy to welcome a number of foreign students every semester who come to complete part of their studies at our university. IMPORTANT: The requirement for foreign students coming to study with us is level B2 in German or English.
All students at the University College of Teacher Education in Vienna have the chance to apply and take part in one of our Student Exchange Programmes after successful completion of their 1st academic year. The options are to participate in a short intensive programme or to take courses for one semester at a host university of their choice. An important part of the preparation is to attend a course in the target language to reach a satisfactory level of language competence. According to the European Language Proficiency Framework, the required level of language competence is B1+.
Teaching staff mobility (incoming/outgoing)
The academic staff in our partner universities network is welcome to visit and teach at the University College of Teacher Education in Vienna under the regulations of our signed agreements. We also encourage our professors to undertake guest teaching visits at the partner universities.
Staff Mobility - Staff Training (incoming/outgoing)
Members of the PH Wien can participate in staff training weeks at our partner universities. We also invite staff members of our partners to participate in in-service training in Vienna.
Erasmus code ECHE charter
Exam Centre for Australian Students (University of New England)
The International Office at the PH Wien is one of around 400 exam venues the University of New England has established worldwide. Students enrolled in off-campus units may nominate to sit their exams in one of those exam centres throughout Australia and overseas.