News

Regional “hot spot” of Borna disease discovered in Upper Austria

Bornaviruses cause a lethal form of encephalitis, called Borna disease, among horses and sheep. To date there have been only a few reported cases in...

(Web-Redaktion on 06/21/2017)

Read more about: Regional “hot spot” of Borna disease discovered in Upper Austria

Gene transfer as a treatment of neurodegenerative diseases: Viral vectors travel longer distances than previously thought

Gene transfer is seen as a hopeful therapy for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s patients. The approach involves using harmless laboratory-produced viruses...

(Web-Redaktion on 06/16/2017)

Read more about: Gene transfer as a treatment of neurodegenerative diseases: Viral vectors travel longer distances than previously thought
 

For the patients of the University Clinics and their owners

Hund mit Stethoskop (Quelle: Fotolia)

24h-telephone (around the clock and in case of emergency):
- Small Animals:
+43 1 25077-5555
- Horses: +43 1 25077-5520
- Farm Animals: +43 1 25077-5232

Website of the Animal Hospital (in German) [Link 1]

 


 
 
 

Admission for Studies

(Updated on 01.06.2017:)

Changes of the contents of the examination for the admission restrictions applied to the Diploma Programme in Veterinary Medicine and the Bachelor's Programme in Equine Science and Biomedicine and Biotechnology 2017/2018

To: Admission procedure 2017/2018 [Link 2]

If you have got any further questions concerning admission and application, please write an e-mail. [Link 3]


 
 
 

Events (in German)


 
Day of Open Campus
Day of Open Campus [Link 8]

 

Address and arrival

University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna

Veterinaerplatz 1, 1210 Vienna, Austria
T +43 1 25077-0
Directions to the Vetmeduni Vienna [Link 9]