Accessibility at the Vetmeduni
Studying or working always involves the task of organizing yourself and mastering the demands. If you are confronted with an impairment - even if it is "only" a temporary restriction - the effort for the organization increases.
Often, even small things can improve the situation significantly. Different solutions can be considered at
- physical or mental,
- chronic or temporary
restrictions and illnesses (with and without a disability ID or pass).
For (prospective) students
In principle, anyone can study at the University of Veterinary Medicine. A handicap should not stand in the way of one’s choice of degree or successful completion of a course of study. If you have any questions whether studying at Vetmeduni Vienna is feasible given your specific limitations, Zuzana Kobesova can help you with advice on the following topics:
- study options for persons with a disability
- starting a course of study with a disability
- support for the barrier-free organization of your time at the university
For users of the animal hospital
The offices of the various outpatient clinics are responsible for the barrier-free access to their facilities at Vetmeduni Vienna. Here you will find
- information about how to get to the treatment facilities
- assistance with patient admission
- on-site personal support if needed
For visitors and guests
A focus during the construction of the new Vetmeduni Vienna Campus was on the good accessibility of all buildings. Nevertheless, a good sense of direction is still required to navigate the extensive 156,000 m² campus grounds with 47 separate buildings. The campus map depicts the barrier-free paths and shows the location of
If you have any further questions regarding the accessibility of the various facilities or how to reach them, please don’t hesitate to consult our door staff/receptionists, who will be glad to help you find the right contact person on campus.