Application

Two Scholarships for a Sustainable Future

The "MSc Environmental Technology & International Affairs" (ETIA) combines the latest knowledge from politics, technology and science. Secure your scholarship and start your career into a sustainable future!

For the next program start in fall 2023 we will award two scholarships of 14,500 (tbc) EUR each.

Key Facts:

Application: Send all application documents by March 15, 2023 at the latest to etia@tuwien.ac.at.

Admission requirements: 

  • Internationally recognized academic degree (all academic degrees in Austria, Bachelor's, Master's or Fachhochschule degrees from Austrian and foreign universities)
  • Proof of excellent English language skills (native speaker, 1st degree in English, CPE, IELTS, TOEFL

Required Documents:

  • CV and motivation letter (in English)
  • Transcripts of grades
  • University/college diploma (if available yet)
  • Proof of English language skills. The following certificates are recognized:
    - First degree in English (i.e. major in English translation/ interpretation)
    - CPE
    - IELTS (minimum 7.0)
    - TOEFL - minimum 627 points (written), or 263 points (computer based) or 106 points (Internet based).

Duration and structure: Four semesters, full-time, in English

Degree: Master of Science (MSc)

Excerpt of the program contents: Political Science & International Relations, International & European Law, International Economics, Environmental Engineering, Monitoring of Air & Water Quality, Resource Management, Smart Grids & Smart Cities, Climate Change, Sustainable Energy Supply etc.

The scholarship will be awarded by a panel of experts. The deductible of the scholarship holders amounts to EUR 14.500,- (tbc). There is no legal recourse; the winners will be informed.

 

Program Management

Isabelle Starlinger

Mag. Isabelle E. Starlinger

Questions? Contact us via mail: etia@tuwien.ac.at

 

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Loibl LL.B., Academic Director Diplomatic Academy
The international community has set itself the ambitious goal of achieving sustainable development. Decision-makers therefore have to have a profound understanding of the legal, economic and technical issues.
Rebbecca Taylor, MSc, Alumna Class 2017-2019
Without the ETIA master course I would have never gone into the renewable energy field, I would have never found my passion for wind energy. Thanks to this course, I decided to do an internship in wind energy. Now I work there full time right after my graduation.
Prof.Dr. Hans Puxbaum, Academic Director TU Wien
Today environmental issues range from the local to the global scale. International action is required to maintain a sustainable life on our earth.
Victoria Keogh, MSc, Alumna Class 2019-2021
When I finished my bachelor’s in Mediaeval History, I wanted to do something more STEM-related, but was worried about finding a program, which would accept me and allow me to learn any math or science. Now I am graduating from ETIA with a full-time position at a solar energy company.
Theresa Aigner & Olivier Heldwein, ETIA Class 2021-2023
The DA campus offers students many opportunities to experience the lively international spirit and multiculturalism, also outside the lecture hall. The garden – with WIFI – or the DA bar are great spots to study and hang out with fellow students in an informal setting.
Excursion to Bruck an der Leitha
[Translate to English:] Studierende Windrad
[Translate to English:] DA Garten

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