How to find us

The Unit for Quality Assurance is located in the building between the main building and the new institute building (NIG) of the University of Vienna.


Universitätsstraße 5/3rd floor
1010 Wien

Foto of the building Universitaetsstrasse 5

(c) Michael Hofer

By Underground

Take the U2 (purple line) till stop "Schottentor". Leave the station through the exit "Universität, Ring" and go straight along onto the Universitätsstraße (ca. 300 m).

By Tram

At the stop Schottentor, there are also tram stations for the lines D, 1, 71, 37, 38, 40A, 41, 42, 43 and 44. Tickets for public transport can be purchased at the ticket machines at the stations or inside the trams.

By Plane

There are several possibilities to reach us from airport Wien-Schwechat:

Take the bus till stop "Schwedenplatz" and afterwards the tram to the stop Schottentor.

Alternatively take the "S-Bahn" S7 till stop "Bahnhof Mitte Wien". There change to U3 (orange line) direction Ottakring till the stop "Volkstheater". Change again to U2 (purple line) in direction Seestadt till stop "Schottentor".

Another possibility is the usage of the City Airport Train (CAT). It will also take you to stop "Bahnhof Mitte" immediately. Finally, you could also take an airport cab.

By Train

Arrival at the Main Station: Choose a connection till "Wien Hauptbahnhof" (main train station). Take the U1 (red line) in direction Leopoldau till stop "Karlsplatz". Change to U2 (purple line) in direction Seestadt till stop "Schottentor".

Arrival at Wien Westbahnhof: Choose a connection till Wien Westbahnhof. Take the U3 (orange line) in direction Simmering till stop "Volkstheater". Afterwards take the U2 (purple line) in direction Seestadt till stop Schottentor.

By Car

Universitätsstraße 5, 1010 Wien into your navigation system. Please notice that the whole inner city of Vienna is a short term parking zone (max. parking time: 1.5 h). Parking tickets are available at any kiosk. Nevertheless, parking facilities are limited, parking places at the adjoining car parks often are rather costly.