University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna – Austria

The University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU), founded in 1872, is guided by the principles of sustainable development and renewable resources management, and is therefore identifying the latest trends in research and education. BOKU covers technology, environmental, social and economic sciences, has currently 10 500 students and 2900 employees. The university offers 8 Bachelor and 27 Master programs (12 are taught in English) and is one of the most student-friendly and popular universities in Europe. With over 400 industrial cooperation partners, BOKU exhibits its strong engagement in creating a green economy for a sustainable future. The latest research insights are the benchmark of our teaching and the practical applicability of the trainings has a high priority. This combination results in excellent employability skills of our graduates.



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