Study and Work in Austria

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There are around 8.95 million people living in the enclosed nation of Austria, which is located in Central Europe. It shares its northern border with the Czech Republic and Germany, its eastern border with Slovakia and Hungary, its southern border with Slovenia and Italy, and its western border with Switzerland and Liechtenstein. 

Austria has one of the highest standards of living in the world.  The quality of life in Austria is very high that in 2019 global study placed Austria in second place for quality of life. Austria has been adjudged to be one of the most liveable cities in the world. Studying in Austria gives you the opportunity to get the best out of life.

Additionally, there are many positives associated with Austria, among such are the following:


The education system in Austria is one of the best in the world and is continually being improved. The Austrian government ensures that all children in the country have access to quality education by funding universal, pre-school, public primary, and secondary schools. Even more, options are available to students, including academic and vocational schools. Students from Austria and the rest of the EU do not need to pay tuition to attend the country’s public universities. The prices of attending a public university are astonishingly low; often ranging between one thousand and two thousand euros. Again, this depends on the course of study and the institution involved. This is true even for international students who are not members of the EU community. Importantly, there are options for learning ing English language.

Low Crime Rate:

There is a minimal crime in Austria, and the violent crime rate is even lower than the national average. In a typical year, there are fewer than one hundred homicides committed over the entirety of the country. As a point of contrast, Israel, a country with a population roughly equivalent to that of the United States, recorded 123 homicides in 2017. It goes without saying that some minor crimes, such as pickpocketing, can take place anywhere; thus, you should exercise extreme caution when in large groups and in public places.

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Average Incomes:

Depending on the city, the typical monthly income in Austria ranges between 1,700 and 2,200 euros (EUR), on average. This is a reasonable amount to pay for the sum because the government subsidizes various aspects of the economy, including housing, education, healthcare, and transportation. However, for foreigners who are accustomed to making more money in other locations, this can feel like a major decrease in earnings potential. However, they have the privilege to work in different industries to make more money, should there be a need. There is little question that many foreigners working in higher-paying sectors could be making significantly more than the average monthly salary listed here. 

Besides, studying in Austria gives you access to the 26 countries that make up the Schengen Zone.

Other benefits you will get when you opt to study in Austria include the following:

* No IELTS Test is Required for Admission.

* Affordable Tuition.

* Affordable Accommodation.

* Work and Study.

* Opportunity to Move with Dependents.

* Degree Recognized Worldwide.

…and Much More

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