Why study at BOKU?
At BOKU – University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna different competences of natural sciences, technology and socioeconomics are combined. The 3-pillar principle serves to solve interdisciplinary issues and is the central identification feature of the Bachelor's and Master's programmes. In the Master's programmes, the content of the compulsory and elective modules, based on the entire curriculum (except for the master's thesis), are assigned to the following areas with a minimum share of 15% each:
- Technology and Engineering
- Natural Sciences
- Economic and Social Sciences, Law
The University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences is a leading university in the field of interdisciplinary sustainability research in the German-speaking world. It has a manageable size and therefore offers students good faculty support to thrive individually – and it is located in Vienna, one of the most livable cities in the world.