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MODUL University Vienna

MODUL University Vienna (MU) is an internationally-oriented organization for research and education on tourism, sustainable development, new media technology, and public governance. It was established by the Vienna Economic Chamber of Commerce and approved by the Austrian Accreditation Council in 2007. 

PhD Programmes

Business & Management (1)
Social Sciences (1)

About

History

Founded in 1908, Tourism College MODUL is the vocational training school with the longest tradition in tourism and hospitality education worldwide. Since 2007, MODUL University Vienna has been offering cutting-edge education in the areas of international management, new media technology, public governance, sustainable development, hotel management, and tourism and hospitality management.

Education

Apart from high-profile study programs, MU offers its students many extracurricular activity possibilities. Browse the website to discover some of the many ways how you can enrich your study experience and get integrated in the international MU society. 

Research

The research and educational programs at MODUL University Vienna focus on future-oriented strategies that satisfy the needs and ensure the welfare of current and future generations. The university provides answers to economic, environmental and social questions in conjunction with the demand for sustainable economic develop­ment and corresponding strategies.

Career

Like other leading national and international universities, MODUL University Vienna has established a platform for industry research with ties to partners in the industry, a network of agreements with academic partners and affiliations to other important public players. This has been done so in order to enable permeability between fundamental and applied research as well as to enable a precise, visible representation to the public.

Services

Student services

  • MODUL University's campus on Kahlenberg offers modern lecture rooms with a view over Vienna.

Housing services

There are various accommodation options for students depending on individual needs and lifestyle. MODUL University Vienna helps arrange accommodation for students who do not wish to look for accommodation on their own. Our aim is to provide you with a high-quality, safe, affordable and happy environment for both academic and social life.

Library services

Search for Electronic Resources

  • EBSCOhost (business database BSP - partly with fulltext)
  • ScienceDirect (e-journal plattform, over 800 journals subscribed)
  • Tourism Economics (2005 - present)
  • UNWTO e-library (World Tourism Organization publications in fulltext)
  • SAGE journals: Cornell Hospitality Quarterly and Journal of Travel Research

ICT services

MODUL University provides workstations for students in the PC Lab located on the lower level and computers in the library. These may be used to:

  • Read and send email
  • Connect to the Internet and other information resources
  • Word process essays and other work
  • Process data using spreadsheets, databases, and statistics packages
  • Print in black and white and in colour

Medical services

Once a student has been accepted, the SSC is a student's first point of contact at MU and provides all sorts of essential services.

  • Help with visas/residence permits, accommodation, student health insurance and “settling-in” essentials

Student Life

Campus life

MU Students live in both private and uni-arranged accommodation. Like most other Austrian universities, MU does not have its own student residence. Instead, MODUL has a contract with two local private student accommodation providers - WIHAST and BASE 19.

Student clubs

  • MU Book Club
  • MU Career Club
  • MU CineMo Club
  • Filmmaking club
  • MU Charity Club
  • MU Choir
  • MU Dance Club
  • MU Edelbrand & Whisky Club
  • MU Football Club
  • MU Entrepreneur Club
  • MU Hotel Club
  • MU Movie Club
  • MU Tennis Club
  • MU Wine Society
  • MU Writing Club

Accreditation

MODUL University Vienna is accredited by the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria, a member of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA).

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