Grants and Scholarships
Merit scholarship grants
- Call for applications for merit scholarship grants (pdf, 210 KB)
- Guidelines for applying for merit scholarship grants (pdf, 159 KB)
As soon as a new call for applications is released, the application form will be available here.
Need-based scholarship grants
- Call for applications for need-based scholarship grants (pdf, 223 KB)
- Guidelines for applying for need-based scholarship grants (pdf, 156 KB)
- Application for need-based Scholarship grants (pdf, 143 KB)
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Mondi International Scholarship
Mondi, the world's leading packaging and paper manufacturer, annually funds seven scholarships for international students enrolled in an English-taught master's program at WU. Details on the Mondi International Scholarship application eligibility and application requirements can be found in the guidelines
You are only eligible for this scholarship if you are a resident of one of the countries listed below:
There are two application periods for the academic year 2022/23:
If you apply within priority deadline I and II, the application period is April 18 to May 02, 2022.
If you apply within priority deadline III, we will only accept your application between June 06 and July 12, 2022.
The sum of the scholarship is 500 € per month for a maximum of four semesters (two years), starting in October 2022. The payment of the scholarship depends on the academic performance. This is a minimum of 20 ECTS credits per semester.
Please find here the online application form at the beginning of each application period.
Grants for an exchange semester, an internship abroad, or an ISP
The International Office offers various types of mobility grants and scholarships. If you plan to do an exchange semester at one of WU’s partner universities, an internship abroad, or an International Short Program (ISP), you can apply for a number of scholarships/grants.
Click here to learn more.
In this section you will find a number of scholarships, grants, prizes and awards.
For many years, WU has been awarding the Talenta prize to the authors of the most outstanding academic theses of the year. The award winners receive a certificate and a cash prize provided by the City of Vienna. Each year, a jury selects the three top bachelor’s and master’s theses from all nominations. The selection committee consists of:
three members of the Board of the Membership Association of WU Full Professors (Konvent)
one junior faculty representative
the Vice-Rector for Academic Programs and Student Affairs (Chair)
|Year||Award winners (master's)|
|2013||Sylvia Mandl, Emmanuel Manolas|
|2014||Daniel Bierbaumer, Julia Roth (née Martins)|
|2015||Anna Dibiasi, Florentin Glötzl, Stefan Karkulik|
|2016||Leora Courtney-Wolfman, Jonathan Fritz, Jona Lacka|
|2017||Andreas Bamberger, Tatiana Karpukhina, Mira Anna Oberkofler|
|2018||Anna Kanduth, Julian Reindorf, Maria Zavarska|
|2019||Laura Wurm, Stefan Schellerer, Ludwig Göbl|
|2020||Natalia Alexandra Granada Guzmán, Maximilian Walz, Laura Elias|
|2021||Christoph von Aufschnaiter, Maria Kattavenos, Constantin Budin|
|2022||Benjamin Müller, Diyar Alagöz, Sophia Veronica Heyne, Matthias Hrinkow, Alisa Madeleine Hirn|
How can I nominate my master‘s thesis for the award?
Students cannot submit their master’s theses for the Talenta award directly. Each academic director holds an internal pre-selection procedure to decide which thesis should be nominated for the Talenta award. If you are interested in submitting your thesis for the award, please contact your supervisor so that your thesis can be considered for nomination.