Accommodation & Meals

Accommodation

Spacious oom with light blue walls, a wooden single bed with white linnen, and a build-in night stand.

Single room on campus (© BIFEB)

Spacious room with light blue walls, light curtains, and two wooden twin beds with white linnen.

Double room on campus (© BIFEB)

The campus consists of 156 acres of meadows, woods, and parkland located directly on the shore of Lake Wolfgang.
The standard of the houses on campus can be compared to *** hotels. Students are accommodated in comfortable single or double rooms with private bathrooms. All rooms are equipped with a desk. Sheets, towels, and hairdryers will be provided.

If the number of students exceeds the number of beds available on-campus, we reserve the right to accommodate students in adequate double rooms off-campus nearby.

There are only a limited number of single and double rooms available on campus. Rooms will be distributed according to availability. Room reservations for double rooms will be considered in order of arrival, as long as double rooms are available.

Students arriving before July 13 will have to find accommodation themselves until they can move into the campus dormitories. Rooms have to be vacated on the August 10, 2019.

The campus itself was beyond my expectations. The rooms where we stayed were perfect for what we needed. The meals were always of a high standard and the staff really did look after us so well."

Ellen Wood (Australia)

Meals

Dining hall with tables and chairs in warm colours with a big window front.

Dining Hall at the Campus (© BIFEB)

All meals are served in the dining hall. The breakfast buffet normally consists of a wide variety of breads, jams and other spreads, honey, eggs, cheese, bacon, ham, cereals, and muesli. Coffee, tea, milk and orange juice are available during breakfast. Brunch is served on weekends.
Lunch and dinner meals include a variety of Austrian dishes. Vegetarian dishes are also available. Please note that the Sommerhochschule cannot guarantee that all dietary needs students may have can be met.

The housing was way beyond my wildest dreams."

Michael Aktipis (USA/Greece)