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 2022 we will award two scholarships of 14,300 EUR each.

Key Facts:

Application: Send all application documents by March 06, 2022 at the latest to

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. EUR 14,300 have to be paid on the scholarship's own risk. There is no legal recourse; the winners will be informed.

Program Management

Mag. Isabelle E. Starlinger

Mag. Isabelle E. Starlinger

Questions? Contact us via mail:

Olivier Heldwein, BSc, Scholarship Winner 2020
To work towards my vision of a planet where humanity can have a sustainable future, we need scientific knowledge, technology and most of all good policies to allow for radical change. I am very grateful for the opportunity to study ETIA, which combines all these aspects.
Theresa Aigner, BSc, Scholarship Winner 2020
I aspire to be part of the transition towards a more equitable, sustainable and harmonic world on our planet. I am deeply grateful that this scholatship enables me to gain knowledge and expertise through the MSc ETIA program and hence facilitates pursuing my dream.
Diplomatic Academy of Vienna