Cooperative Members

La Sapienza –

Universitá di Roma

Sapienza University of Rome, founded in 1303 by Pope Boniface VIII, is one of the oldest universities in the world and a high performer among the largest universities in international rankings.

La Sapienza is a cooperative member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts since March 2015.

TU Graz –

Graz University of Technology

TU Graz was founded by Archduke Johann in 1811 and can look back on more than 200 years of science, passion and technology. Graz University of Technology is an important University in the ‘

international research and education network of engineering and science. It is rich in tradition and future oriented in equal measure, with a claim to excellence.

TU Graz is a cooperative member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts since April 2016.

die Angewandte –

University of Applied Arts Vienna

In 1877, the main building of the University of Applied Arts Vienna was opened and is still in use. As a leading centre of excellence in art and research, the Angewandte is recognized nationally and internationally and through its actions, the University provides effective impulses in the shaping of society and makes key contributions to strengthening Austria as an innovation hub.

Die Angewandte is a cooperative member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts since November 2016.