TU Wien Informatics

International Outreach

Collaboration and exchange is in our DNA. We are deeply connected to the international community in academia and industry, and host a multitude of guest professors from all over the world each year.

International collaboration and exchange is in our DNA.
International collaboration and exchange is in our DNA.
Picture: Vladislav Kaplin


  • We attract world-renowned experts as guest professors and visiting researchers each year.
  • We have close ties to hundreds of universities, academic institutions, and industry partners all over the world.
  • We teach five out of eight of our master programs completely in English.


  • Guest Professors: Each year, we’re able to attract renowned experts in their fields to teach in our master programs and doctoral school. In addition, our guest professors hold public lectures open to everyone.

  • Kurt Gödel Visiting Professorship: To further our international outreach, we appoint internationally highly renowned scientists to serve as Kurt Gödel Visiting Professors.

  • Vienna Gödel Lectures: Since 2013, we invite outstanding scientists to give the annual Vienna Gödel Lecture, a series dedicated to a broad public and societally important topics.


  • Double Degree Programs: Through collaboration in teaching, we offer students to expand their horizons, spend time abroad, and earn two diplomas in one of our international master programs.

  • Bachelor with Honors Partnerships: We introduce our honor students to the international scientific community and industry. To achieve this, we are constantly expanding our network of partners.

  • International Advisory Board: Formed in 2016, our International Advisory Board (IAB) reviews performance and offers guidance to influence and shape the strategy of TU Wien Informatics.

  • Memberships and Networks: Over the years, we have grown a large international network of partners in research and teaching. We’re also active members of national and international informatics associations such as Informatics Europe.