Vienna - Music

IES Abroad

Program Description

Vienna - Music

IES Abroad

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Overview

Home to an astounding number of legendary composers—from Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven to Brahms, Mahler, and Schoenberg—Vienna maintains an incredible richness of musical culture to this day. The world-renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Musikverein, and the Staatsoper are just a few of the many leading institutions that help make Vienna a true “city of music”—and make it the perfect location for an engaging study of Music History and Performance.

The IES Abroad Vienna Music Program is ideal for students majoring or minoring in Music, and offers you the opportunity to participate in a wide selection of courses focusing on Music and European culture and society. The program is organized in conjunction with the Vienna European Society & Culture Program.

You select your courses from English- and German-taught options in the following areas:

  • Music History
  • Music Theory & Composition
  • Performance Studies
  • German Language
  • Area Studies (including all courses offered through the European Society & Culture Program)

This program is unique because it offers a variety of features and conveniences for you as an IES Abroad Music student, including private lessons, new practice rooms, instrument storage, local instrument rental, and our Music Performance Workshop. If you have advanced German language skills, you can also enroll in courses at the Universität Wien where you can experience the Austrian educational system first-hand.

Vienna will be your classroom. Imagine visiting one of the city’s world-famous concert halls to attend the rehearsal of a major ensemble, or visiting the homes of important figures in musical history, such as Mozart and Beethoven. Wherever possible, our courses take advantage of the city’s historical, artistic, and cultural sites and include course-related excursions.

We want you to feel at home in Vienna, so we do everything we can to help you integrate into life in the city. From housing to cultural events, our job is to make sure you have the most authentic study abroad experience possible.

Participate in our language partners program to practice your German and meet local students. You can also add international work experience to your résumé while earning credit by participating in an internship or field experience placement and accompanying academic seminar.

Quick Facts

  • Center: IES Abroad Vienna
  • City: Vienna
  • Country: Austria
  • Program Credits: 15-19 per semester (5-6 courses)
  • Language of Instruction: English, German
  • Language Prerequisites: None

Program Dates

After you are admitted, refer to the Travel Dates section of the Predeparture Information in your MyIESabroad account before booking travel.

Fall 2018

  • August 20 - December 15 (IES Abroad courses only)
  • August 20 – Late January (Partner university courses)

Spring 2019

  • January 14 - May 11 (IES Abroad courses only)
  • January 14 - Late June/Early July (Partner university courses)

Upcoming Application Deadlines:

  • Spring 2019 - November 01, 2018

Academics

Our mission is simple: to provide you with the best study abroad program possible—which includes the highest quality academic and cultural experiences. We offer unique courses that explore Austrian History, Culture, Art, and many other topics through an in-depth and hands-on approach. Our world-class professors, as well as course options at prestigious local universities, enhance your academic experience and provide you with new perspectives each day both in and out of class. You take 15–19 credit hours per semester, and all courses are worth 3 credits unless otherwise specified. Language courses are taught in German, and all other courses are taught in English, unless otherwise noted. Academic programming is scheduled five days a week. If you have taken fewer than two years of college-level German or the equivalent, you enroll in English-taught IES Abroad courses. If you have advanced-level German language proficiency, you may enroll in a combination of German- and English taught courses or all German-taught IES Abroad courses. If your German is at an advanced level, and scheduling allows, you can enroll in partner university courses. You create your academic experience by selecting from the following required and optional program components:

  • IES Abroad German course (required, 4 credits)
  • English-taught IES Abroad Music courses (3-4 credits)
  • German-taught IES Abroad Music course (3 credits)
  • English-taught IES Abroad electives (3 credits)
  • German-taught IES Abroad electives* (3 credits)
  • German-taught courses at partner universities (3 credits)
  • IES Abroad Internship or Field Experience (includes internship/field experience seminar, 3 credits)

German-taught Area Courses

IES Abroad teaches the following area studies courses in German. Please note that these courses are open to students who test into GR401 and GR403. Students who test into GR351 will be considered for these courses on a case-by-case basis. Fall Semester Only:

  • MS332: Music in Vienna: 1705-1820
  • CU321 Austria in Text and Film I: From the Turn of the Century to 1945
  • DR341 Vienna Theater I

Both Semesters: CU345 The Cultural Heritage of Austria Spring Semester Only:

  • MS334: Music in Vienna: 1800-1920
  • IB/GR333 Wirtschaftsdeutsch / Let's Talk Business
  • CU322 Austria in Text and Film II: 1945 to Present
  • DR342 Vienna Theater II

Music Performance Workshop

A special feature of the program is the Music Performance Workshop, a course designed to offer instrumentalists and vocalists the opportunity to expand their repertoire and enhance their performance skills. Interested students submit a special application and audition on-site to be admitted to the workshop. As part of the Music Performance Workshop, you can enjoy the following features:

  • Student participation in weekly in-class performances of chamber music and solo repertoire
  • Emphasis on vocal/instrumental chamber ensembles, opera theater (including Viennese operetta), and German Lied
  • An ensemble instructor to help prepare your group in performing works of chamber music
  • An in-house pianist/accompanist/coach to help in preparing repertoire
  • Performing in Performance Workshop recitals in our Rococo concert hall
  • Guest lectures and masterclasses with internationally renowned performing artists

Auditions Music Performance Workshop auditions are usually held during the first or second week of your stay in Vienna. This is an opportunity for every performer to perform for everyone else; it gives the music department faculty a chance to assess your artistry and technical proficiency and lets all the musicians start to develop a sense of working together. That, after all, is the point of the Workshop: creating music with one another in a rich learning environment.

Additional Program Features

  • Private Lessons – Take partially-reimbursed music lessons for credit with instructors from some of the top orchestras and music schools in Vienna (see MS391 Individual Performance Studies syllabus).
  • Practice Rooms – Numerous practice rooms are available at the IES Abroad Center and at nearby facilities.
  • Concert and Recitals – As a Performance Studies student, you can perform a selection of works during a group concert and can also present your own recital during the course of the semester.
  • Concert Hall - IES Abroad Vienna boasts its own performance space - a beautiful Rococo concert hall with outstanding acoustics and a 50-person seating capacity. The space, which has two grand pianos and a harpsichord, serves as the venue for student concerts and recitals.
  • Field Study Excursions - You attend events such as rehearsals of leading ensembles in Vienna, visits to music-related historical sites like the homes of Mozart and Beethoven, and guided tours of famous music venues and museums in the city.
  • Instrument Storage – A limited number of lockers are available at the Center, allowing you to bring your own musical instrument to Vienna and avoid rental fees.
  • Instruments – A contrabass and an F tuba are available for rental directly from the Center; other instruments are available from local rental companies.
  • Guest Speakers - Professional musicians and other guests provide a series of modules on topics including the Alexander Technique, auditioning for Euopean houses or ensembles, sound and recording, early music, and personal performance experiences.

Note for Clarinet, Oboe, Horn, and Percussion instrumentalists The clarinet, oboe, and horn as taught and played in Vienna have a different construction and require different technique than found in the U.S. However, IES Abroad maintains contact with instructors that teach and play in both traditions, so lessons are not a problem. You can view this as a unique opportunity to expand your knowledge of the instrument. Percussion studies in Vienna are particularly distinct from in the U.S. IES Abroad does not encourage timpani or percussion students to pursue their studies in Vienna unless they are particularly willing to overcome this complication. The same applies to most areas of jazz, computer, and popular music.

Courses

This is a list of planned course offerings. After you are accepted, you will see a list of final course offerings in your MyIESabroad account.

Art History

  • AH 221 - Austrian Art and Architecture (Fall, Spring)
  • AH 230 - Modern Architecture in Vienna (Spring)
  • AH 312 - Italian and Northern European Baroque Painting (Fall)
  • AH 340 - From Monument to Memorial: War, Trauma and Memory in Central Europe’s Public Spaces (Spring)
  • AH 360 - Art Analysis I: What is Modern Art? What is Modern? (Fall)
  • AH 362 - Art Analysis II: Current Exhibitions in Vienna (Spring)
  • AH 370 - Italian and Northern Renaissance Painting (Spring)
  • CU/AH/HS 350 - Arts and Nations: The Rise of the National Idiom in East-Central European Music, Literature, and the Visual Arts (Spring)

Anthropology

  • AN/SO 328 - The Culture of Immigration (Spring)
  • AN/SO 340 - Prejudice and Discrimination (Fall)
  • AN/SO 345 - Comparative Austrian and European Youth Cultures: Theories and Practices (Fall)

Art

  • AR 390 - Experimental Studio in Applied Art: Screen Printing (Fall, Spring)

Cultural Studies

  • CU 321 - Austria in Text and Film I: From the Turn of the Century to 1945 (Fall)
  • CU 322 - Austria in Text and Film II: 1945 to Present (Spring)
  • CU 345 - The Cultural Heritage of Austria (Fall, Spring)
  • CU/AH/HS 350 - Arts and Nations: The Rise of the National Idiom in East-Central European Music, Literature, and the Visual Arts (Spring)
  • CU/HS 304 - Vienna: Past and Present (Fall, Spring)
  • CU/IB 210 - The Business of Wine: from Vine to Glass (Fall)
  • IN/CU 395 - Supervised Arts and Culture Internship Seminar (Fall, Spring)

Drama

  • DR 341 - Vienna Theater I (Fall)
  • DR 342 - Vienna Theater II (Spring)

Economics

  • EC 356 - Transition to Market Economy in Central and Eastern Europe (Fall)
  • EC 357 - Europe in the Global Economy (Spring)
  • EC/FI 358 - Financial Markets And The Economy (Spring)
  • EC/PO 235 - In Search of Sustainability: Energy, the Environment, and Society in Central Europe (Spring)
  • FI/EC 360 - Asset Markets, Banking and the International Financial System (Fall, Spring)
  • MG/EC 366 - International Project Management and Petroleum Economics (Fall)

Education

  • IN/ED 395 - Supervised Teaching Field Experience (Fall, Spring)

Finance

  • EC/FI 358 - Financial Markets And The Economy (Spring)
  • FI 342 - European Monetary Union (EMU) and Financial Integration (Fall, Spring)
  • FI/EC 360 - Asset Markets, Banking and the International Financial System (Fall, Spring)

German Language

  • GR 101 - German Language in Context: Novice Abroad I (Fall, Spring)
  • GR 201 - German Language in Context: Novice Abroad III (Fall, Spring)
  • GR 301 - German Language in Context: Emerging Independent Abroad I (Fall, Spring)
  • GR 351 - German Language in Context: Independent Abroad I (Fall, Spring)
  • GR 401 - German Language in Context: Emerging Competent Abroad I (Fall, Spring)
  • GR 403 - German Language in Context: Emerging Competent Abroad III (Fall, Spring)
  • GR 451 - German Language in Context: Competent Abroad (Fall, Spring)
  • IB/GR 333 - Wirtschaftsdeutsch / Let's Talk Business (Spring)

History

  • CU/AH/HS 350 - Arts and Nations: The Rise of the National Idiom in East-Central European Music, Literature, and the Visual Arts (Spring)
  • CU/HS 304 - Vienna: Past and Present (Fall, Spring)
  • HS 340 - Fin de Siècle Vienna: 1865 - 1914 (Fall)
  • HS 341 - History and Memory: Monarchy and Dictatorship in 20th Century Central Europe (Spring)
  • HS 351 - History of the Habsburg Empire (Fall)
  • HS 352 - Modern Austria in Central Europe (Spring)
  • HS 451 - Advanced Topics in History of the Habsburg Empire (Fall)
  • HS 452 - Advanced Topics in History in Modern Austria in Central Europe (Spring)
  • RL/HS 311 - Nations and Religions: Majorities and Minorities in Modern Central and Eastern Europe (Fall)
  • RL/HS 312 - Coexistence and Conflict: The History of Eastern and Central European Jews (Spring)
  • SO/HS 326 - East-West Passage: Emigration from Central Europe and U.S. Immigration in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Fall)

International Business

  • CU/IB 210 - The Business of Wine: from Vine to Glass (Fall)
  • IB/GR 333 - Wirtschaftsdeutsch / Let's Talk Business (Spring)
  • IM/IB 320 - Strategic Management (Spring)
  • MG/IB 329 - Business Ethics (Spring)
  • MG/IB 348 - Management Theory and Practice (Fall)
  • MG/IB/IM 302 - Managing Behavior in Organizations (Fall, Spring)
  • MK/IB 305 - International Business and Marketing in Central Europe (Fall, Spring)
  • MK/IB 315 - Arts, Entertainment, & Cultural Management (Fall, Spring)
  • MK/IB 344 - International Business: Towards a Global Market (Fall)
  • MK/IN/IB 395 - Supervised Business Internship Seminar (Fall, Spring)

Intercultural Communication

  • IC 215 - Intercultural Communication (Spring)

Industrial Management

  • IM/IB 320 - Strategic Management (Spring)
  • MG/IB/IM 302 - Managing Behavior in Organizations (Fall, Spring)

Internship Seminar

  • IN/CU 395 - Supervised Arts and Culture Internship Seminar (Fall, Spring)
  • IN/ED 395 - Supervised Teaching Field Experience (Fall, Spring)
  • IN/MS 395 - Internship: Music Research (Fall, Spring)
  • MK/IN/IB 395 - Supervised Business Internship Seminar (Fall, Spring)
  • SO/IN 395 - Supervised Public Service Internship Seminar (Fall, Spring)

Literature

  • LT 331 - Comparative Central European Literature I: Literature, Culture, History and Ideology in Hungary and in Eastern-Europe (Fall)
  • LT 332 - Comparative Central European Literature II: Literature, Culture, History and Ideology: Select Masterpieces of Eastern and Central European and American Literature (Spring)
  • WS/LT 351 - The Woman as Writer and Perspective in Austrian Literature after 1945 (Fall, Spring)

Management

  • MG/EC 366 - International Project Management and Petroleum Economics (Fall)
  • MG/IB 329 - Business Ethics (Spring)
  • MG/IB 348 - Management Theory and Practice (Fall)
  • MG/IB/IM 302 - Managing Behavior in Organizations (Fall, Spring)

Marketing

  • MK/IB 305 - International Business and Marketing in Central Europe (Fall, Spring)
  • MK/IB 315 - Arts, Entertainment, & Cultural Management (Fall, Spring)
  • MK/IB 344 - International Business: Towards a Global Market (Fall)
  • MK/IN/IB 395 - Supervised Business Internship Seminar (Fall, Spring)

Music Production

  • MR 305 - Principles Of Sound: Recording And Room Acoustics For Musicians (Fall, Spring)

Music

  • IN/MS 395 - Internship: Music Research (Fall, Spring)
  • MS 207 - Music in Performance (Fall, Spring)
  • MS 301 - Music Survey: Music From the Middle Ages to the Baroque (Spring)
  • MS 302 - Music Survey: Classical Era to the 20th Century (Fall)
  • MS 307 - Music and Politics (Fall, Spring)
  • MS 310 - Historical Performance Practice (Spring)
  • MS 332 - Music in Vienna I: 1750 - 1820 (Fall)
  • MS 334 - Music in Vienna II: 1800 - 1920 (Spring)
  • MS 370 - Gustav Mahler and Turn-of-the-Century Vienna (Fall)
  • MS 371 - Arnold Schoenberg and the Early 20th Century (Spring)
  • MS 381 - Advanced Music Theory I: Structural and Rhetorical Approaches to 18th and 19th Century Music (Fall)
  • MS 382 - Advanced Music Theory II: Form, Style and Idea in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Spring)
  • MS 383 - Music Composition Seminar (Fall, Spring)
  • MS 390 - Music Performance Workshop (Fall, Spring)
  • MS 391A - Individual Performance Studies (Fall, Spring)
  • MS 391B - Individual Performance Studies (Fall, Spring)
  • MS 391C - Individual Performance Studies (Fall, Spring)
  • MS 401 - Music from the Middle Ages to the Baroque (Fall)
  • MS 401A - Music from the Middle Ages to the Baroque (Fall)
  • MS 402 - Music from the Classical Period to the 20th Century (Spring)
  • MS 402A - Music from the Classical Period to the 20th Century (Spring)
  • MS 461 - The Classical Symphony (Fall)
  • MS 462 - The Lied (Spring)

Philosophy

  • PH 360 - Cross-Cultural Philosophy (Fall)
  • PH 390 - The Vienna Circle and American Philosophy: an Intercultural Dialogue (Spring)
  • PH 460 - Advanced Seminar - Cross-Cultural Philosophy (Fall)
  • PH 490 - The Vienna Circle and American Philosophy: an upper level seminar (Spring)

Political Science

  • EC/PO 235 - In Search of Sustainability: Energy, the Environment, and Society in Central Europe (Spring)
  • PO 229 - The Political Geography of the New Europe (Spring)
  • PO 309 - Globalization, Regionalization, and International Law (Spring)
  • PO 352 - Europe Beyond the Nation State (Fall)
  • PO 357 - International Organizations: Structures and Case Studies (Fall)

Psychology

  • PS 235 - Cross-Cultural Psychology (Fall)
  • PS 321 - Personality Theories and Psychopathology (Fall)
  • PS 330 - Psychology of Language (Fall)
  • PS 346 - Psychoanalysis, Psychodynamic Therapy and Humanistic Psychology in Contemporary Culture (Spring)
  • PS 350 - Vienna Project on Child Development: Culture and Developmental Psychology (Spring)
  • PS 354 - Health Psychology and Communication Skills Training (Spring)

Religious Studies

  • RL/HS 311 - Nations and Religions: Majorities and Minorities in Modern Central and Eastern Europe (Fall)
  • RL/HS 312 - Coexistence and Conflict: The History of Eastern and Central European Jews (Spring)

Sociology

  • AN/SO 328 - The Culture of Immigration (Spring)
  • AN/SO 340 - Prejudice and Discrimination (Fall)
  • AN/SO 345 - Comparative Austrian and European Youth Cultures: Theories and Practices (Fall)
  • SO/HS 326 - East-West Passage: Emigration from Central Europe and U.S. Immigration in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Fall)
  • SO/IN 395 - Supervised Public Service Internship Seminar (Fall, Spring)

Women's Studies

WS/LT 351 - The Woman as Writer and Perspective in Austrian Literature after 1945 (Fall, Spring)

Partner Institution(s) Universität Wien

Enrolling approximately 90,000 students, the Universität Wien offers a wide variety of courses in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences. The University boasts recognized academic strengths in Germanic Studies, Political Science, and Theology. Founded in 1365, the Universität Wien is one of the oldest universities in Europe.

Courses

Listed below is the broad range of disciplines available at the University. Advanced-level German language skills are required to enroll in courses. Please note that course offerings vary from semester to semester.

  • Business & Economics
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Sciences
  • Earth Sciences, Geography & Astronomy
  • History & Culture Studies
  • Law
  • Life Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Molecular Biology
  • Musicology
  • Philology & Culture Studies
  • Philosophy & Pedagogy
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Social Sciences
  • Sports Science & Sports
  • Theology
  • Translation

Course-Related Excursions

IES Abroad Vienna organizes course-related excursions that complement IES Abroad courses and help you build your general knowledge of Austrian culture and society. Past course-related excursions have included:

  • Classical concerts
  • Theater performances
  • Historical sites
  • Political and economic institutions such as the Austrian Parliament and the United Nations Office in the Vienna International Center “UNO City”

Further, you attend events such as the rehearsals of leading ensembles in Vienna, visits to music-related historical sites like the homes of Mozart and Beethoven, and guided tours of famous music venues and museums in the city.

Internships

Interning abroad as part of your study abroad experience will help distinguish your application for graduate school or a job opportunity in today’s competitive market. It’s an exhilarating challenge, and we’re here to help guide you in securing your placement and succeeding in your internship.

  • Participating in an internship abroad helps you:
  • Add international work experience to your résumé
  • Gain real work experience and skills
  • Build your confidence

All of our internships are supervised and earn IES Abroad credit. You participate in a seminar to complement the practical experience you gain during the internship. Proficiency in German language is not required for the Education Field Experience or Public Service internships, but is recommended for Music Research, Arts & Culture, and Business internships.

Placement Examples

Past students have interned in the following fields. Don’t see your field listed here? Just talk to your IES Abroad Advisor—new internships are always being added.

  • Music Research Internships — Experience an inside view of the professional activities of a musicologist and deepen your knowledge of music history by assisting a faculty member with his/her research. Duties may include conducting research online and in Vienna's research facilities and archives, managing databases, and attending local talks and conferences. A limited number of placements are available. Music research internships may require competency in German.
  • Arts & Culture Internships — The arts and culture internship offers first-hand experience and involvement in Austrian cultural institutions (including museums and theaters), businesses, and service organizations engaged in the fields of arts, culture, and entertainment in Austria. Proficiency in German is recommended.
  • Business Internships — Apply foreign language skills while building an international résumé. Most business internships require the equivalent of four semesters of college German, but this is not a prerequisite for all internships.
  • Education Field Experience — Supervised teaching involves 30 hours of teaching English in selected Viennese secondary schools. Students attend lectures once a week on the structure and function of the Austrian school system and comparative teaching methods. Proficiency in German is not required.
  • Public Service Internships — Supervised public service internships involve 30 hours of work with environmental, social, medical, and charitable organizations. Proficiency in German is not required.

Housing

We want to make sure that your greatest challenge is deciding which landmarks to see first or discovering the best café—not finding a place to live where you feel comfortable. We do our best to locate housing that is reflective of how the local students are living. Our goal is that when you leave Vienna, it will feel like home.

Apartments – You have the option to live in an apartment that houses between three and six students. Some apartments are set aside for students interested in taking a language pledge and speaking only in German while at home.

Housing with Local Residents – You have the opportunity to live with one or more IES Abroad students and an Austrian landlady/landlord or Resident Assistant.

Residence Halls – Allowing you to live among Austrian and international students, residence halls feature double rooms with a shared bath. You have full access to kitchen facilities for preparing meals, which are not included in the program fee. All housing options include free Internet access.

Student Life

Orientation

The program begins with an orientation that introduces you to the IES Abroad staff, your fellow students, and the city of Vienna. Topics such as academics, housing, transportation, and health and safety are covered. Additionally, CORE™, IES Abroad’s Comprehensive Orientation & Re-entry Experience, begins during orientation and continues throughout the semester with activities focusing on cultural adjustment, goal achievement, and preparing for the return home. During the first few weeks following orientation, you spend half of each day in intensive German language instruction. The rest of the time is spent in academic advising, lectures on contemporary Europe, Austria, and Vienna, and tours of Vienna and the surrounding area.

Extracurricular Activities & Cultural Events

Redefine the way you live and learn in Vienna through our cultural events, such as:

  • City tours
  • Museum visits
  • Theater and opera events
  • Extracurricular sporting activities through the Universitätssportinstitut (for a minimal fee)

Eligibility Requirements

  • 18 years of age
  • In good standing at your home school
  • Sophomore, junior, or senior standing when program begins. Some local university courses may not be available to students of sophomore standing. Please contact your IES representative for more details.
  • 2.75 GPA or better on a 4.0 scale (GPAs under 2.75 will be considered on a case-by-case basis)
  • Music major or minor preferred. In the case of non-music majors/minors with serious experience, some exceptions can be considered. All applicants must have at least one year of study in music theory or the ability to read music and follow a score.
  • No previous German language study required for students enrolling in English-taught courses.
  • 4 semesters or the equivalent of college-level German required for fall or academic year students enrolling in German-taught or University courses.
  • 5 semesters or the equivalent of college-level German required for spring semester students enrolling in German-taught or University courses.

Passport & Visa Requirements

A passport that is valid for at least six months beyond the end date of the program, with at least two blank pages is required. A student visa is required to enter Austria. Upon admission, you will receive more information about the application process and any related fees. The visa application process for non-U.S. citizens can be extremely lengthy, please contact us for more information.

Cost

Fall 2018

  • Tuition: $17,495
  • Housing: $3,900
  • Insurance: $230
  • Total: $21,625

Academic Year

  • Tuition: $31,475
  • Housing: $7,800
  • Insurance: $455
  • Total: $39,730

Consider these prices as a starting point. We encourage you to contact your study abroad office to determine the actual cost to you when factoring in financial aid, scholarships, your home school policies, and other factors.

This school offers programs in:
  • English
  • German
IES Abroad

Last updated August 21, 2018
Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Start date
Jan. 14, 2019
Duration
Duration
1 - 2 semesters
Full time
Price
Price
21,625 USD
Program cost Fall 2018
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Locations
Austria - Vienna, Vienna
Start date : Jan. 14, 2019
Application deadline Request Info
End date May 11, 2019
Dates
Jan. 14, 2019
Austria - Vienna, Vienna
Application deadline Request Info
End date May 11, 2019