University of Innsbruck
The University of Innsbruck was founded in 1669 and is one of Austria's oldest universities. Today, with 5000 staff and 27,000 students, it is a place of learning that unifies tradition with future, progress and the joy of discovery. The University of Innsbruck is Western Austria's largest institution of higher education and research and serves as major university for the regions of Tyrol, Vorarlberg and South Tyrol and the state of Liechtenstein. At their 16 faculties, scientist are researching and teaching in the various fields of Arts and Letters, Law, Social Sciences and Economics, Catholic Theology, Natural Sciences, Civil Engineering, Architecture and Teachers Education.