Monitoring, advisory, legislative and strategic tasks, such as issuing curricula, are undertaken by the Senate (26 members). The University Council (7 members), represents the owners and acts as the governing body.
TU Wien has eight faculties: Architecture and Planning, Technical Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Sciences, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Mathematics and Geoinformation, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, and Physics.
The University is led by the Rector and four Vice Rectors responsible for Research and Innovation, Academic Affairs, Digitalisation and Infrastructure as well as Human Resources and Gender.
VR Research and Innovation
VR Academic Affairs
VR Digitalisation and Infrastructure
The University Council consists of seven members from business and academia and functions as the advisory board.
Chairman: Veit SORGER
Vice chairwoman: Sabine HERLITSCHKA
The Senate is the highest collegial body and comprises 26 representatives from all stakeholder groups (professors, non-professorial teaching staff, general staff, students).
Eight faculties with their institutes cover the classic engineering and scientific fields.
Architecture and PlanningResorts
Electrical Engineering and Information TechnologyResorts
Mechanical and Industrial EngineeringResorts
Mathematics and GeoinformationResorts