Team

Working together to achieve greater internationality and mobility in all areas - that is the goal of the International Affairs team. Consisting of the Vice-Rectorate for International Affairs, the International Office and the Departmental Coordinators for International Affairs, it works closely together on all strategic and operational issues. The extended team also includes the Centre for Doctoral Studies and the Centre for Study Preparation for exchange and holistic solutions.

The International Office team is your point of contact for all questions relating to the internationalisation of staff and students.

We are the interface for all international activities at the university and are responsible for advising students on stays abroad as part of their studies, organising stays abroad for outgoing and incoming students, supporting the degree programmes in the implementation of various mobility projects, establishing and supporting networks and partnerships and initiating and managing exchange programmes.

The staff at the International Office will be happy to help you and look forward to hearing from you(international[at]fh-burgenland.at).

 

  • Mag.a(FH) Kathrin Szabo

    Staff Member
    International Relations
    Campus Pinkafeld

"Internationality and mobility have been close to my heart since my youth: at first it was the fascination of faraway places and extensive travelling. Later, inspiration and interculturality came from my stays abroad during my studies and as a journalist and teacher. Today, it is international co-operation and collaboration, physical and virtual mobility in teaching and research. After all, the solutions to the major challenges facing our society can only be found together, across borders and through global networking."

Michael Roither, Vice-Rector for International Affairs

The Department Coordinators (DKI) International Affairs at the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland have an interface function between administration/management and the academic units, the departments. On the one hand, they represent the departmental interests in the UAS-wide international committees and, on the other hand, the international concerns of the university or national and European guidelines in the departments. The DKIs have in-depth knowledge in the field of international affairs and have an overview of the relevant departmental activities. In an advisory capacity, they are the point of contact for all department staff in international and mobility matters.

 

Centre for Doctoral Studies

Centre for Study Preparation