The Österreich Institut:
German courses at the highest level
Since its foundation in 1997, the Österreich Institut has been the first address for innovative, personalised German courses and at the same time an ambassador for Austrian culture, economy and education.
At our 10 institutes throughout Europe, we serve more than 11,000 students annually in the following countries: Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Italy, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Russia. We offer flexible language programmes that cater to every level and age group.
The Österreich Institut quality standards
Modern language teaching at the highest level: that’s what we offer language enthusiasts of all ages and learning types. We not only focus on linguistic and methodological-didactic excellence, but also convey everything that is part of Austrian culture within the framework of our courses. What is clearly at the centre of all our courses? Promoting efficient learning and having fun doing it!
Simply unique: innovative, individualised learning
We are the specialists for innovative and individualised language courses with varied teaching units that cater to your very personal learning style and specifically teach you all aspects of Austrian German and Austrian culture. In doing so, we rely on full flexibility and state-of-the-art teaching methods: whether face-to-face teaching, online courses, blended learning or e-learning via our specially designed Österreich Institut learning platform SERVUS.
In order to meet all the requirements of modern language teaching, we have of course also developed our very own learning materials: from our newspaper Österreich Spiegel to various learning apps. Discover our course offerings for companies and private individuals now: 100% flexible, 100% individual, 100% excellent.
From our headquarters in Vienna to the Institute Directors and Course Directors throughout Europe, our competent and dedicated staff make the Österreich Institut what it is. Get to know us!
The Austrian Institute has been a full member of EUNIC Global since December 2016. More than 30 cultural institutions from 27 EU member states are part of the network, and so-called EUNIC “clusters” are located in another 80 countries. In cooperation with other European cultural institutions, we have been working for years to develop numerous initiatives that promote the Austrian German and Austrian culture.