The UK’s Independent Newspaper has highlighted Vienna’s MODUL University amongst potential options for British students wanting to study abroad. Seems like a good move if you fancy a degree with good job prospects and the chance to live somewhere different – though I’m biased as I know a few people from the Uni and I’m of course a complete Vienna nut. However, if I was looking for a good university (abroad which teaches in English) with the additional benefits of life in a city made for students, MODUL and Vienna would be in my top five to check out. The university also benefits from being situated on the edge of Vienna Woods with a wonderful view across the city.
The article says ‘In Austria, Vienna’s MODUL University has courses including a BBA in tourism and hospitality management, an MSc in international tourism and an MBA in tourism management…… 60 per cent of the university’s cohort is made up of international students from more than 50 different countries.’