Helmut Veith Stipend for Female Master’s Students in Computer Science

Annual Deadline: November 30 

Female students in the field of computer science (CS) who (plan to) pursue one of the master‘s programs in Computer Science at TU Wien taught in English and who have (or have the interest to develop) a solid mathematical and technical background in at least one of the areas in which Austrian scientist Helmut Veith worked, are invited to apply for the annually awarded Helmut Veith Stipend. 

The Helmut Veith Stipend for female master students is dedicated to the memory of Professor Helmut Veith (1971-2016)​, an outstanding computer scientist who worked in the fields of logic in computer science, computer-aided verification, software engineering, and computer security.  

The Helmut Veith Stipend's fund is set up by TU Wien, the Wolfgang Pauli Institute and the colleagues and friends of the late Prof. Veith.


-EUR 6000 per year
-Waiver of tuition fees at TU Wien


For study in Austria, at Vienna University of Technology – TU Wien 


Applicants must be eligible for admission to one of the master’s programs in computer science at Vienna University of technology - TU Wien that are taught in English. 

Currently  those are:

• Master in Logic and Computation
• Master in Business Informatics
• Master in Computer Engineering (Technische Informatik)
• Master in Data Science
• Master in Media and Human-Centered Computing


While applications for funding can be filed before or in parallel with the admissions process, the funding will only be awarded to applicants who have been unconditionally admitted to the master's program. An application for funding does not replace the admissions process; neither does a conditional offer of funding entitle the applicant to study at TU Wien. 

Your application must be submitted electronically to master(AT)logic-cs.at as a single PDF document, by November 30 (annually).


November 30 (annually)


Electronically to master@logic-cs.at


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