|Austrian Society for Cognitive Science - Interdisciplinary research institution affiliated with the University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology. Brings together researchers from various disciplines having the common goal of understanding human mind/cognition; sponsors seminars and a conference for cognitive science in Austria.
||IMADEC University - Private non-research school. Fields of study offered include business administration and law.
|International Master's Programme in Mountain Forestry - The Masters Programme in Mountain Forestry at BOKU provides academic training to students and professionals who wish to specialize in mountain forestry.
||International Theological Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family - Catholic school of theology established by Pope John Paul II. Site features tour, chancellor's message, and an introduction to the institute's academic program.
|International University Vienna - Joint subsidiary of Vancouver University, Canada, and Waynesburg College, Pennsylvania; accredited to award US and Canadian degrees. Fields of study offered include business administration and diplomatic studies.
||Technikum Wien - Private non-research school of applied sciences, founded in 2001. Fields of study offered include electronics and product engineering.
|Vienna Academy of Fine Arts - Public fine arts school similar to the Vienna University of Applied Arts but less concerned with commercial and industrial applicability of its content of teaching; founded in 1692 as a painting college. Fields of study offered include architecture, visual arts, stage design, and conservation and restoration.
||Vienna School of International Studies - Also known as the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna; offers postgraduate training in international studies.
|Vienna University of Applied Arts - Public fine arts school similar to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts but geared to commercial and industrial applications of its content of teaching. Fields of study offered include architecture, painting, photography, and animated film as well as fashion, graphics, and industrial design.
||Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts - Public music and dramatic arts school, founded in 1812 as the Imperial Austrian Society of the Friends of Music. Invested with research institutes and charged with preserving the music-related parts of the nation's cultural heritage.
|Webster University Vienna - Local subsidiary of Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri; accredited to award US degrees. Fields of study offered include management and business administration, computer science, psychology, and art.