STUDYING AT THE DA

Board and Lodging

Students of the Vienna School of International Studies may live directly on campus and also take their meals there. There are 40 single rooms with showers available for students. Breakfast is included in the room price. Half board can also be booked. Students can use the common rooms with satellite TV, a bar, sports facilities and the reading room.

Booking a room

If you have indicated your interest for a room at the School of International Studies during your online application, you will receive information about the further steps of the booking together with the information on your admission.

Should you be interested in a room at the DA after having been admitted to the DA, please contact Hubert.Nettig@da-vienna.ac.at.

Rooms are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.


Prices per month (academic year 2017-18)

Room and breakfast* EUR 400,-
Room with half board* EUR 530,-
Lunch EUR 130,-

* Breakfast and Lunch on workdays only.

For Christmas and Easter Holidays, the kitchen is closed.

Lunch is also available to students who do not live at the DA.

Meals at the School of International Studies

Breakfast

Many students start their day at the DA with a delicious and copious breakfast buffet (there’s coffee, tea, orange juice, ham, sausages, cheese, muesli ... ).

Lunch

Lunch at the DA and consists of three courses (soup, main dish, dessert). There is a special menu for vegetarians. A rich salad buffet contributes to the healthy diet of our students.

Leisure Activities

The Bar of the Diplomatic Academy

DA students come from all over the world and spend a great amount of time with each other.

The DA Bar, run by the students themselves, is the central meeting point for students. It is a place where you can chill-out after classes or read a selection of the many international newspapers and magazines provided by the DA.

Sports

Students of the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna have the opportunity to engage in a number of sports activities. In order to balance the high intellectual challanges posed in the classes (“mens sana in corpore sano”), students have the use of a swimming pool, a fitness room, a gym and a running track. The sports facilities are located in the adjacent Theresianum building. Furthermore, students can strengthen their team spirit in competitive skiing, basketball, volleyball and swimming tournaments.

Contact

Hubert Nettig

House Management Assistant
T +43 1 505 72 72 - 119
F +43 1 504 22 65 - 119
E rooms@da-vienna.ac.at

Address
Vienna School of International Studies
Favoritenstraße 15a
1040 Vienna, Austria