IB Subjects Number Residential Non-residential
1 subject €1.210 (approx. 3 nights) €925
2 subjects €2.430 (approx. 6 nights) €1.850
3 subjects €3.725 (approx. 10 nights) €2.775
4 subjects €4.935 (approx. 13 nights) €3.700
5 subjects €6.145 (approx. 16 nights) €4.625
6 subjects €7.165 (approx. 17 nights) €5.550
Each Optional Course €395 €395

Residential accommodation fees include:

  • 17 hours of tuition per subject in beautiful baroque-style seminar rooms in Austrian Miller-Aichholz Castle.
  • Sleeping accommodation is offered in a 3-star Hotel (single or shared room) with en-suite facilities.
  • The package includes our famous and delightful breakfast, lunch, snacks, and beverages provided throughout the day on campus
  • Every IB course includes an approximate number of nights on campus ( usually 3 nights per subject).  Additional nights incur extra costs.
  • Residential fees for the Hotel accommodation include a shared room (optional single rooms cost extra).

Non-residential fees include 17 hours of tuition per subject in beautiful baroque-style seminar rooms in Austrian Miller-Aichholz Castle, with delightful breakfast, lunch, snacks, and drinks on campus throughout the day.

Registration: Students can register for IB Courses at any time, but residential students should apply at least 60 days before the course starts for on-campus accommodation. Due to high demand, spaces may fill rapidly, so prompt application is advised.

Payment: A deposit of €500 is to be paid immediately after submitting and accepting the application form, upon receipt of an acceptance email from us.  The remaining fees must be settled 60 days before the course commences.

Payment Method: Payment for Study Academy Vienna courses is accepted via bank transfer to our account. Any charges related to the chosen payment method are the applicant’s responsibility. For security, our bank details will be shared directly during the registration process, not online.

Medical Insurance: All students attending Study Academy Vienna must have medical insurance. EU students can utilize their E-Card or European Health Insurance Card, while non-EU students should obtain private medical insurance. Additionally, it’s advisable to secure accident, travel, and comprehensive insurance for personal items.