Course Fees

The tuition for the Vienna Master of Arts in Human Rights of EUR 20,600 covers both years. The tuition is not subject to VAT. Any money transfer fees for the tuition must be covered by the student.

Travel, accommodation, subsistence expenses and health insurance are not covered by the tuition fee. The Austrian student's union fee (ÖH-Beitrag) is included in the tuition fee.

After the acceptance of the university's offer by the student the first instalment of € 2,600 is due immediately. It covers the administrative fee and is not refundable. The spot is secured once the administrative fee is paid. The second instalment of € 9,000 is due by the beginning of the first semester  and the third instalment of € 9,000 is due by the beginning of the third semester.

Scholarships

Unfortunately, we cannot offer any scholarships and would therefore recommend that you apply at relevant institutions for a scholarship that would cover the tuition fee and possibly also your living costs in Vienna.

You can check www.grants.at and www.scholarships.at.

In general, it can be said that is is easier to find scholarships in your home country than in the country you want to study in.

 

Austrians find possibilities for scholarships at the website of the Postgraduate Center: http://www.postgraduatecenter.at/information-service/foerderung/

There are the following other scholarship options:

Scholarship for students  (http://www.stipendium.at/english-information/)

Scholarship for study success/Leistungsstipendium and scholarship for master thesis/Förderungsstipendium (http://studienpraeses.univie.ac.at/stipendien only in German) for Master studies. Email: claudia.fritz-larott@univie.ac.at  or stipendium@univie.ac.at

Scholarships for foreign postgraduate students:

Erasmus – Mobilitätszuschuss/mobility support for studies in Austria:

3 months to 1 year

Support to living expenses

More information:
http://ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/llp/national_en.html

General information on Erasmus:
http://ec.europa.eu/education/opportunities/index_en.htm  and http://www.oead.at/erasmus

 

ERASMUS MUNDUS – Master studies

ERASMUS MUNDUS students need to study at 2 universities.  

You find all 131 ERASMUS MUNDUS Master studies for the winter term 2012/13 here:http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/results_compendia/selected_projects_action_1_master_courses_en.php

If you have any questions regarding scholarships Ms Veronika HoppichlerVeronika.Hoppichler@fvjus.at should be able to help you.

 

Additional funding possibilities for individuals

FFG: Marie Curie Actions: especially Intra European Fellowships (IEF) and Marie Curie Outgoing Incoming International Fellowships (IIF)

CEEPUS: www.ceepus.info

EU: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/calls/grants_en.html