Fees & Payment

Fees

Austrian Arbitration Academy fees are € 1,350 which include registration, tuition, use of all sports and recreational facilities (including tennis and windsurfing lessons), and all planned excursions.

External students have to pay the Austrian students’ union fee of € 20.20 to be admitted to the University of Vienna and to enjoy insurance coverage (general accident and liability insurance).

The fee does not cover accommodation, but the nearby village of Strobl features a variety of guest houses and hotels to accommodate participants. As the AAA is taking place during the high season it is highly recommended to book accommodation well in advance.

A limited number of rooms is also available on campus. The additional fee for room and board on campus will be collected by the Sommerhochschule for the host institution (Bundesinstitut für Erwachsenenbildung). This fee includes accommodation and full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner) for the two week academy program.
Accommodation in a single room: € 926
Accommodation in a double room: € 779
(Prices include local tax.)

Rooms will be distributed according to availability. Room reservations will be considered in order of arrival, as long as rooms are available.

All additional costs for travel arrangements as well as health insurance and medical care are the responsibility of the participants.

Payment

Applicants are required to pay the deposit of € 400 and upon notification of their acceptance the remaining fee of of € 910 for the program fee (and - if applying for on-campus accommodation - the accommodation fee for a single or double room) into the bank account of the Sommerhochschule:
Innovationszentrum Universität Wien GmbH – Sommerhochschule
Bank: UniCredit Bank Austria AG
Bank address: Schottengasse 6, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Account number: 00282240100
Bank code: 11000
BIC: BKAUATWW
IBAN: AT57 1100 0002 8224 0100

 

The applicant's full name (first name and surname) has to be stated as "reason for transfer" or "reason for payment". All charges in connection with the payment must be borne by the participant. In some cases charges can be incurred both in your home country and in Austria.