Admission for the Academic Year 2022/23

The master programme Science-Technology-Society has a strong international and interdisciplinary orientation. We hence strongly encourage the participation of students from different cultural backgrounds, as well as from different disciplinary contexts – ranging from the social sciences to the humanities, the natural sciences and engineering. A reasonable command of English is needed to participate in classes and academic discussions, but also for written assignments.

For admission to the master programme a Bachelor or equivalent academic degree is required. For prospective students with a Bachelor degree which is not in the social sciences, a selected number of additional courses in theory and methods may be prescribed.

Application period & details

You can apply to the programme from the 1st March until the 17th April 2023. For further information, click here.

Information Events

The second information event takes place on 7th March 2023, 6:00 PM, online via Zoom

Meeting ID: 619 8508 8578
Passcode: 704629

If you have any questions, please contact the ZID servicedesk at the University of Vienna at:

Recording of the first Information Event

The event took place on 18th January 2023, via Zoom.

You can find the recordings here. Passcode: ApF0?=6i 


Scientific and technological developments play a crucial role in how we live in modern societies, and in how we imagine societal futures. At the same time, social values, political agendas or economic logics influence how scientific research is conducted, and technological artifacts are designed. Science, technology and society are hence inextricably interrelated. This constitutes the object of research of the field of Science and Technology Studies (STS).

After a presentation of the program director, there were opportunities for questions from prospective students.

Contact Information

In case you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with us.

If you have any questions about admission formalities & procedures, please use the contact form.

In case of questions regarding the contents of the study programme, respectively you want to get further input by our Teaching Assistants about the programme, please contact us by eMail.

Additionally, we offer online consultation with the Teaching Assistants on appointment - therefore please schedule a date via