The Rectorate manages the TU Wien operationally and acts on the basis of its rules of procedure, opens a file in a new window (download only available in German) mostly as a collective.
The University Council, as the owners' representative, is the highest supervisory body of the TU Wien and consists of 7 members.
The Senate is one of the three highest governing bodies besides the Rectorate and the University Council. It consists of 26 members from all groups of people and is headed by a chairing team. The Senate assumes controlling, advisory, legislative and strategic management tasks of the TU Wien.
The Rectorate represents TU Wien outwardly. The University is led by the Rector and four Vice Rectors responsible for Research, Innovation, International Affairs, Academic Affairs, Digitalisation and Infrastructure as well as Human Resources.
Vice Rector Research, Innovation and International Affairs
Vice Rector Academic Affairs
Vice Rector Digitalisation and Infrastructure
The University Council consists of seven members from business and academia and functions as the advisory board.
The Senate is the highest collegial body and comprises 26 representatives from all stakeholder groups (professors, non-professorial teaching staff, general staff, students).
Faculties and Institutes
Through its work in the eight faculties, TU Wien covers the classic engineering and natural science fields. In 50 institutes, about 4,000 scientific staff members work in teaching and research as civil engineers, electrical engineers, computer scientists, mechanical engineers, mathematicians, physicists, chemists, architects, spatial planners, geodesists, geologists, economists, social scientists and lawyers.
Architecture and PlanningResorts
Civil and Environmental EngineeringResorts
Electrical Engineering and Information TechnologyResorts
Mechanical and Industrial EngineeringResorts
Mathematics and GeoinformationResorts