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Explore Austria

Go Beyond the Ball

From its earliest days, the Viennese Ball has promoted new and vibrant relations among UW-Eau Claire, our community and the Austrian government and people. We invite you to learn more about Austria and even consider visiting!

Vienna City Hall



Austria Tourism

Rich in culture and history, music and the arts

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Vienna Tourism

Explore travel info for the City of Music


Graz Tourism

Explore travel info for Austria's Southern Beauty


Learn & Teach

Study Abroad in Graz

University of Graz

Study abroad in Austria! Live the life of an Austrian university student, taking classes from Austrian professors, with Austrian classmates, and living in university-arranged housing with Austrian and international roommates.

Viennese Ball Fulbright Austria

Fulbright Austria

For decades, Fulbright Austria has brought qualified, motivated university graduates from the United States to teach English in Austria in secondary schools all across the country.


Study Abroad in Austria

So you're scanning the globe for that perfect country to study abroad? We have just the right place for you: AUSTRIA


Learn About Austria

Austrian Embassy

Austrian Embassy

The official page for the Austrian Embassy in the United States

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Students make their way through Garfield avenue on lower campus.

U.S. State Department

Learn all about Austria, including the fact sheet, travel information, recent news, U.S.-Austria relations and more.

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Viennese Ball Advantage Austria

Advantage Austria

The official web portal of the Austrian economy abroad. It showcases Austrian companies specialized in export and import and generates significant business opportunities.

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Austrian Cultural Forum

Austrian Cultural Forum New York

The Austrian Cultural Forum hosts more than 100 free events per year, including exhibitions, concerts, lectures, panel discussions, dance and performance.

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Center for Austrian Studies

UMN Center for Austrian Studies

The Western Hemisphere's oldest and best-known research center investigating the past, present, and future of Central Europe with a specific focus on Austria and the successor states of the Habsburg Empire.

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