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FAQs

For questions regarding the Scholarship Programme which are not answered in the FAQs below, please contact us directly at: scholarships@alpbach.org

BEFORE APPLYING

Who can apply?

The scholarship to participate in the Seminar Week (19.08.-26.08.2020) and the Alpbach Symposia (22.08.-04.09.2020) is available to:

  1. International applicants up to the age of 30 (under the age of 35 for African applicants) and under the age of 35 for “returner” scholarships, meaning those applicants who have already been to Alpbach as scholarship holders at least once
  2. We welcome applications from all countries and academic disciplines. Artists and non-graduates are strongly encouraged to apply
  3. There are special application procedures for Austrian, Chinese and Taiwanese If you hold one of these passports, you cannot apply through the European Forum Alpbach Foundation. More information here.
  4. Former Alpbach scholarship holders are invited to return to the European Forum Alpbach as Seminar Assistants or Alpbach Buddies. More information can be found

Please Note:

  • First-Time Scholarship holders must be available to stay at the European Forum Alpbach for a minimum of 12 days.
  • Returner Scholarship holders must be available to stay at the European Forum Alpbach for a minimum of 9 days.

When to apply?

The European Forum Alpbach scholarship application platform will be open between February 17 and March 31, 2020 (11:59 noon CET).

How to apply?

You need to apply for a scholarship awarded by the European Forum Alpbach Foundation via our online application platform. Everything that needs to be included in your application is listed in the section requirements. Please read these requirements carefully in order to make sure to submit a complete application. Incomplete applications or applications that reach us via email will not be accepted. Late submission of missing documents will also not be considered.

Please note there are special application procedures for Austrian, Chinese and Taiwanese nationals. If you hold one of these passports, you cannot apply through the European Forum Alpbach online platform. Check the rest of the FAQs for more information!

  1. Chinese applicants: you can find more information on this infosheet. For more information, please contact: shanghai@oead.at
  2. Taiwanese applicants: please visit the Lung Yingtai Cultural Foundation Website. Please note that all information about the application for Taiwanese citizens will be posted directly on their website in due course!

What types of scholarships are there?

There are First-Time and Returner Scholarships. To find out more information about each one of them, please read the next two questions.

What is a first-time scholarship and what does it include?

A first-time scholarship (for applicants applying through the European Forum Alpbach Foundation – EFAF) is for all those applicants who have not yet been to Alpbach as scholarship holders.

There are three types of scholarships for first-time scholarship holders: basic, partial, full.

  1. Basic Scholarship (participation)
    A basic scholarship covers the participation fee (EUR 1.600) for the whole duration of the event (19.08.-04.09.2020).
  1. Partial Scholarship (participation + accommodation)
    Should you not have sufficient funds to cover the costs of your stay, you can additionally apply for a partial scholarship which covers the participation fee and the accommodation (EUR 30 per day).
  1. Full Scholarship (participation + accommodation + board)
    Should you not have sufficient funds, you can also apply for a full scholarship providing accommodation (EUR 30 per day) and daily allowances for food (EUR 17 per day).

In your online application, please indicate if you would like to apply for a partial or full scholarship (under the point “subsidy”). In order to do so, you need to explain your financial situation in writing and upload a supporting document, e.g. a student grant. If you do not have such proof, a written statement is sufficient.

Please note that due to the high number of applications, full scholarships are provided upon availability and upon needs assessment by the Selection Committee.

The types of scholarships that are assigned to finalists cannot be contested.

Please Note: First-Time Scholarship holders must be available to stay at the European Forum Alpbach for a minimum of 12 days.

What is a returner scholarship and what does it include?

Returner scholarships (for applicants applying through the European Forum Alpbach Foundation – EFAF)are for all those applicants who have already been to Alpbach as scholarship holders at least once. Returning students can apply for a scholarship via Alpbach Clubs or Initiative Groups. Alternatively you can apply as a Seminar Assistant or an Alpbach Buddy via the European Forum Alpbach Foundation.

We offer two possibilities for alumni: Seminar Assistants or Alpbach Buddies.

  1. Alpbach Buddy
    Support first time scholarship holders and EFA’s organising team, and benefit from an accommodation scholarship for the entire Forum. More information will follow soon!Requirements

    • you were already a scholarship holder at the EFA and you are not older than 35 years
    • you hold at least a bachelor degree
    • you are interested in working with young people. Demonstrated experience in a leadership role in a youth organisation (e.g. in a student club) would be an advantage
    • you are willing to broaden your knowledge about the Forum, eager to take a look behind the scenes of the EFA, and would like to share what you have learned
    • you can stay at the entire Forum (minimum 12 days attendance)More information about the Alpbach Buddy Scholarships will follow soon!
  2. Seminar Assistant
    You can apply as a seminar assistant and support the Seminar Week. More information will follow soon!

Are there any costs I have to cover myself?

A basic scholarship covers the participation fee only. This means that you would need to cover the accommodation and food costs yourself. Should you not have sufficient funds to cover the costs of your stay in Alpbach, there is a possibility to apply for an additional amount for accommodation and board allowances. Please note that in all cases, you have to cover travelling expenses and cancellation costs of your accommodation.

Which documents should I prepare for my online application?

A complete application requires a filled in online application form (including your CV) as well as a motivational statement, certificates and transcripts and evidence of your English proficiency. You will need to upload the following documents with your application

Letters of recommendation are not required.

  1. English Proficiency (minimum B2)
    There are several ways to prove your English proficiency:a) Proof that you studied or are studying in an English-speaking country
    b) Proof that your degree is taught entirely in English, e.g. a confirmation by your university
    c) Language certificates, e.g.:
  • IELTS academic with a minimum overall score of 5.5
  • TOEFL iBT with a minimum overall score of 72
  • CPE or CAE with a minimum overall score of 162
  • MUET with a minimum overall score of 5Equivalents to these tests: evidence that you have reached European level B2, e.g. a confirmation by your school, employer or a university professor, explicitly stating that you have reached B2 or an equivalent to B2. If the document fails to proof that you have reached B2, we will not be able to consider it.
    If your language certificates are in a language other than English, you need to submit a translation. This translation does not need to be certified. Please note that a mere confirmation of participation in a language test does not suffice.Native speakers need to upload a copy of their passport. You are considered a native speaker when you come from one of the following majority English-speaking countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, New Zealand, South Africa, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom, United States of America.
  1. Copies of your highest school or university certificate, diploma or degree
  2. A transcript covering all credits obtained during the last (academic) year. Alternatively: a confirmation of your last obtained school or work experience (e.g. proof of enrolment, employment contract or employment verification letter)
    If your transcripts and certificates are in a language other than German or English, you need to submit a translation. This translation does not need to be certified. Please do not send any additional certificates as we will not consider them.
  3. Motivational statement (up to 5,000 characters including spaces)

I will turn 30 this year. Can I still apply for a regular scholarship?

Yes, if the day when you turn 30 is after March 31, 2020 (the deadline for applications). This means: If you turn 30 on March 31 or later, you can apply. However, if your birthday is on March 30 or before you will not be able to apply for a scholarship.

I am under 18. Can I still apply for a scholarship?

Yes, if you turn 18 before or on March 30, 2020 (the deadline for applications). However, if your birthday is after March 31, 2020 you cannot apply for a scholarship.

I am an Austrian citizen. How can I apply for a scholarship?

Austrian citizens need to apply for a scholarship through one of the many Austrian Clubs and IGs.

I am a Chinese citizen. How can I apply for a scholarship?

If you are a master student or PhD candidate (maximum 30 years of age), you can apply through one of our partner universities.

  • Chinese applicants: you can find more information on this infosheet. For more information, please contact: shanghai@oead.at

I am a Taiwanese citizen. How can I apply for a scholarship?

If you are a Taiwanese national, you can apply via the Lung Yingtai Cultural Foundation. For more information, please visit the Lung Yingtai Cultural Foundation Website. Please note that all information about the application for Taiwanese citizens will be posted on their website in due course!

Can I apply for a scholarship through one of the Alpbach Clubs or Initiative Groups?

Austrian, Chinese or Taiwanese nationals: find more information in the questions above.

For all other nationals: you can apply for a scholarship in two ways:

  1. Through the European Forum Alpbach Foundation
    In order to be considered for a scholarship awarded by the European Alpbach Foundation you need to apply via our online application platform and upload all required documents. Our online application platform will be open between February 17 and March 31, 2020 (11:59 noon CET).
  1. Through one of our alumni Clubs (CA) or Initiative Groups (IG) affiliated to the Forum Alpbach Network (FAN) which represent the Forum in more than 30 countries all over the world
    The Clubs or IGs award scholarships for the European Forum Alpbach independently. You can apply to a CA or IG if you are in some way affiliated to the region that Club represents (for example your place of birth, current residency or where you studied). Please refer to the websites or facebook pages of the respective clubs and initiative groups for more information about requirements and deadlines, or contact them directly. For a list of our alumni clubs and initiative groups see here.

Self-Identification of Disability

The European Forum Alpbach Foundation is committed to diversity and inclusiveness with the goal of providing an accessible and welcoming environment for scholarship holders with disabilities. By self-identifying, you help us ensure individuals with disabilities are supported throughout the Forum.

You are considered to have a disability if you have a physical or mental impairment or medical condition that substantially limits a major life activity.

Please contact scholarships@alpbach.org in case you self-identify as a person with disabilities. We will provide you with all necessary information about attending the Forum as a disabled person and help you in planning your stay. All your information will remain confidential.

Disabilities include, but are not limited to:

Impairments requiring the use of a wheelchair or walker, Blindness, Deafness, Missing limbs or partially missing limbs, Epilepsy, etc.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS

Can I send my application documents by email or post?

No. You can only apply through the online application platform.

I did not receive the link for my application per email. What should I do?

First check your spam folder. If you still cannot find the email, please click “resend”.

Can I save and continue my application at a later time?

The online application is divided into two parts. During part 1, it is not possible to save and continue the application later. Once you have reached part 2, you can save your online form and continue at a later time.

What is the difference between field of study and subject of study?

Your field of study is your study area (e.g. ‘natural sciences’). Your subject of study is the name of your study programme (e.g. ‘biology’).

My university is not on the list. What should I do?

If your university is not on the list, please choose “other” and write down the official name of your university.

Should I indicate practical experiences of a duration less than a year?

Yes. Please indicate the length of your internship in the “position” bracket.

Why do you ask for permanent residence at the time of my high school graduation?

Some scholarships are reserved for persons from distinct regions (e.g. certain provinces or an Austrian ‘Bundesland’). If you indicate your residence at the time of your high school graduation, we know that you have a connection to this region. This might increase your chances of receiving a certain scholarship.

How can I prove my English proficiency?

There are several ways to prove your English proficiency:

  1. Proof that you studied or are studying in an English-speaking country
  2. Proof that your degree is taught entirely in English, e.g. a confirmation by your university
  3. Language certificates, e.g.:
  • IELTS academic with a minimum overall score of 5.5
  • TOEFL iBT with a minimum overall score of 72
  • CPE or CAE with a minimum overall score of 162
  • MUET with a minimum overall score of 5

Equivalents to these tests: evidence that you have reached European level B2, e.g. a confirmation by your school, employer or a university professor, explicitly stating that you have reached B2 or an equivalent to B2. If the document fails to proof that you have reached B2, we will not be able to consider it.

If your language certificates are in a language other than English, you need to submit a translation. This translation does not need to be certified. Please note that a mere confirmation of participation in a language test does not suffice.

Native speakers need to upload a copy of their passport. You are considered a native speaker when you come from one of the following majority English-speaking countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, New Zealand, South Africa, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom, United States of America.

I am an English native speaker, do I have to prove my Engish proficiency?

If you are a native speaker, it is sufficient to upload a copy of your passport with your application. You are considered a native speaker when you come from one of the following majority English-speaking countries:

Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, New Zealand, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom, United States of America.

When applying, should I already take care of accommodation?

The European Forum Alpbach disposes of an adequate allocation of student accommodation (approx. 30€/night) and will handle your room booking if you are granted a scholarship. Therefore, it is not necessary for you to reserve accommodation prior to the announcement of the selection results. However, please notify us should you wish to take care of your accommodation yourself.

How do I justify my request for financial support (for accommodation and/or board allowance)?

As a valid application for subsidy, we accept either a written statement (you can write this in the box on the online application form) OR an attachment that proves that you receive a study grant.

Is my chance of being granted a scholarship higher if I apply only for some events instead of the entire event?

No. We recommend participation in the entire event because the combination of academic seminars followed by symposia and short courses on specific topics reflects the special character of the European Forum Alpbach.

Both First-Time and Returner Scholarship holders (who applied through the European Forum Alpbach Foundation) must stay at the European Forum Alpbach for a minimum of 12 days.

Do I have to participate in all Symposia at the European Forum Alpbach (EFA)?

Yes. If you are granted a scholarship, you participate in all symposiums. In a later phase you can choose the exact sessions you would like to participate in.

Why are gaps not allowed when choosing the Symposia I would like to participate in?

A gap in your participation is not possible. As a scholarship holder, you automatically have to participate in all symposiums of the European Forum Alpbach. It is not possible to take a “break” in the programme. After you have been granted a scholarship, you can finalize your selection and choose individual events within the symposiums.

How do I choose the seminars I will participate in?

You choose your seminar preferences in the online application. However, on the August 19, 2020 in Alpbach, you can change your preference and choose different seminars.

All in all, you will be able to attend one morning (academic) and one afternoon (artistic) seminar.
First-timers will be given priority in their seminar selection.

The exact registration mode will be communicated in Alpbach. If you will not be able to arrive in Alpbach on August 19, 2020 please contact us at scholarships@alpbach.org

Do I have to send a recommendation letter with my application?

No, a letter of recommendation is not required.

Why do I have to indicate my passport of social security number?

We need your passport or social security number for accounting files and to report to our donors and statistical agencies, as well as in order to support you in visa affairs.

To write my Chinese name, which alphabet do I use?

Please use the Latin alphabet to write your name as well as the name of your university (this has administrative reasons).

What should I pay special attention to before clicking on final submission?

  1. Make sure that your name is written correctly and has not been changed by autocorrect
  2. Check whether all the mandatory fields are filled in
  3. Check that your uploads do not extend the limit. Your upload was successful if you see the title of your document next to the upload button.

 

SELECTION PROCESS

How does the Selection Process work?

Each application is checked for formal criteria. Applications fulfilling these criteria will be passed on to the next round where they are anonymized and subsequently reviewed and rated by two members of an independent selection committee and ranked based on the average of the two ratings.

Decisions on scholarships are based on academic merit, work experience, extra-curricular activities and the overall quality of the motivational statement. We aim at promoting diversity among scholarship recipients.

The clubs and initiative groups award scholarships independently. Please see their application procedures and their criteria on their respective pages.

When will applicants be notified about the results?

The European Forum Alpbach will inform all applicants via email in the second half of May. Please do not contact us before the end of May regarding the status of your application. Thank you for your understanding.

Should I not be granted a scholarship, can I receive feedback on my application?

Due to the many applications we receive, we cannot give individual feedback on your application. However, we encourage you to apply for a scholarship in the next year. Thank you for your understanding.

Should I be granted a scholarship, is it still possible not to accept?

Yes. Your scholarship will be final only after a confirmation from you. You need to accept or decline your scholarship within two weeks after receiving our acceptance email.

Is my choice binding when I choose seminars I would like to participate in? Or is a change still possible after applying?

After the presentation of the seminars in Alpbach, you have the chance to change your mind and choose a different seminar. If you do so, please let the seminar assistants know at the beginning of the first seminar. Once the seminars start, it is not possible to change anymore. More information about the Seminar Week in 2020 will follow soon!

How can I arrange my accommodation in Alpbach?

If you would like to book your accommodation, we suggest you do it directly through our online system, when you fill in the registration form. This is because during the Forum, Alpbach and the surrounding villages are mostly booked out. If you would like to book a room through our system, please do NOT click on the box “I do not need a room reservation” but indicate if you have special requirements and make sure that the booking period for your accommodation is correct. Then you have to accept the general conditions for accommodation.

Cancellation fees always have to be paid by the scholarship holder himself/herself (no matter if the scholarship includes a contribution to accommodation or not). In case that you cancel one or more nights, we will either charge your credit card or ask you to settle the fee at the cash desk in Alpbach.

For all accommodation inquiries, please get in touch with Ms. Bettina Hechenberger at bettina.hechenberger@alpbach.at

How do I find out about the accommodation I am staying at?

The Alpbach Tourism GmbH sends the confirmation of your booking to your email address no later than 3 days before your arrival.

Cancellation fees always have to be paid by the scholarship holder himself/herself (no matter if the scholarship includes a contribution to accommodation or not). In case that you cancel one or more nights, we will either charge your credit card or ask you to settle the fee at the cash desk in Alpbach.

For all accommodation inquiries, please get in touch with Ms. Bettina Hechenberger at bettina.hechenberger@alpbach.at

When will I receive my scholarship?

  1. If you will be awarded a scholarship, the participation fee (EUR 1.600,00) will be covered by the Foundation. Therefore, upon your arrival in Alpbach, you will simply have to go to the Congress Centre and pick up your badge.
  2. If your scholarship includes a contribution to the accommodation costs, we will arrange this directly with the landlord.
  3. If your scholarship additionally covers a contribution to the costs of meals, the money will be paid in two rates (the dates of payment dates will be announced in Alpbach).

 

BEFORE & DURING THE EUROPEAN FORUM ALPBACH

Do I need a visa?

Nationals of EU member states, the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland do not require a visa for entering the Republic of Austria. All other nationals require a visa in order to enter the Schengen Area or the Austrian territory. As a general rule, the passport must be valid at least three months beyond the planned date of departure from the Schengen area. Please check the visa requirements for nationals form your country here.

When travelling to Alpbach, I will enter a Schengen Area. Will you be able to support my visa application?

The Austrian Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs supports us and will inform the nearest Austrian consulate or a consulate with representation for Austria of your visa application. Every Austrian consulate will issue your visa free of charge. However, we can only assure that this is the case when applying at Austrian consulates directly. If you are applying at the consulate of another member of the Schengen area, we cannot guarantee that your files are handled free of charge.

Will you contract health & accident insurance for me?

No, please do so yourself for the period of your stay in Alpbach with two additional days for traveling between your hometown and Alpbach.

How do I get to Alpbach (Tyrol, Austria)?

Coming to Alpbach by public transport is easy. There are shuttle bus services from the train stations Wörgl, Jenbach and Brixlegg during the entire course of the European Forum Alpbach 2020 (19.08-04.09.2019). We also provide an evening shuttle service to most of the surrounding villages, where you might be accommodated.

The closest airports to Alpbach are Munich, Innsbruck and Vienna Airports. We do not provide a shuttle service from the airport, but you can easily take a train from one of the above-mentioned stations to Alpbach.

HERE is a link to the Austrian National Railways Ticketing Service.

Please note: All relevant information about public transport will be updated shortly before the start of the European Forum Alpbach.

What do I do once I arrive in Alpbach (Tyrol, Austria)?

We recommend that you check into your accommodation, drop off your luggage and then come to the Congress Centre Alpbach to pick up your badge! Please check the reception opening hours (see below)

The reception on the ground floor of the Congress Centre Alpbach will supply you with a badge and an information folder. Please carry this badge with you at all times, as you will need to present it for admission to all events.

Please note: The reception opening hours of the Congress Centre Alpbach will be updated shortly before the start of the European Forum Alpbach.

For any questions regarding organisational matters please contact the scholarship support in their Office at the Congress Centre or the FANC (Forum Alpbach Network Committee).

In 2020, Club Alpbach Burgenland (www.alpbach-burgenland.at/) and Club Alpbach Styria (www.clubalpbachsteiermark.at/) are joining forces to act as FAN Committee. If you have questions or want to share any thoughts with the Forum Alpbach Network Committee – FANC, please contact them via fan.committee@gmail.com.

FANC Members in 2020:

  • Petra Eischer (chairwoman)
  • Theresa Hörmann
  • Maryna Lakhno
  • Nicole Sattler
  • Kinga Schleicher
  • Julia Wlasak
  • Martin Absenger
  • Stefan Rothbart

How can I get Alpbach Buddies to help me in Alpbach?

You are coming to the European Forum Alpbach for the first time and may have lots of questions about the programme and the logistics. The Alpbach Buddy Programme brings together former and first-time scholarship holders that are not affiliated with a Club or Initiative Group in order to help you navigate the European Forum Alpbach. A selected group of former scholarship holders, our “Alpbach Buddies” will be available for any questions you may have before and throughout the Forum. All accepted scholarship holders will get a link to a registration form where you can sign up for a Buddy Group. Please note that places are limited and assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.

What should I bring with me to Alpbach?

Alpbach is a mountain village where the weather is very changeable even in the summer. Do not forget to bring warm clothes and especially weatherproof footwear and rain jackets with you! Please bear in mind that the roads in Alpbach are steep, so flat-heeled shoes are advisable. The dress code ranges from casual to smart casual. If you are unsure about how to dress, have a look at the photos of past events on our flickr account.

For the International Evening, you are invited to dress in your traditional clothes. If you consider participating in one of the hikes offered, please bring warm clothes and appropriate shoes for hiking (trekking shoes or at least adequate sneakers). Participation is at your own risk.

As the European Forum Alpbach is a Green Meeting, we strongly encourage you to bring your own refillable water bottle. You will need it in particular during the Seminar Week.

For the Seminar Week and the Alpbach Learning Missions, please bring your own laptop.

Make sure to bring enough money for the first week in Alpbach! Should you have been awarded a full scholarship, you will only receive the board allowance after a few days in Alpbach. Please make sure to have enough cash (or a debit card that allows you to withdraw cash in Austria) on you to be able to pay for any expenses you might encounter on the first week.

Is there a dress code?

There is no dress code, but do not forget to bring warm clothes and especially weatherproof footwear with you. Alpbach is a mountain village where the weather is highly prone to change, even in the summer. Please bear in mind that the roads in Alpbach are steep, so flat-heeled shoes are advisable. Take a look at our flickr account for photos of past events.

Where can I eat?

If you booked your accommodation through our online system, it includes breakfast. In some hotels and restaurants special student meals are offered. You will find detailed information on this in Alpbach. We recommend making a table reservation one day ahead for groups. There is also a big SPAR supermarket on the left-hand side of the main street as you enter the village.

What is the Standing Committe?

The Standing Committee is the former name of the FANC (Forum Alpbach Network Committee) – see next question below.

What is the FAN Committe (FANC)?

The FANC is formed by former Alpbach alumni who assist scholarship holders in practical matters in Alpbach. It also organises a diverse social programme for the Forum’s participants, including the international evening, excursions, fireside talks, sports events and parties. Please find further information on the FAN website and on the information board in the entrance hall. The FANC will be introduced during the official welcome ceremony for all scholarship holders in the Alpbach Congress Centre on August 19, 2020 and will inform you about the planned events.

What are the European Forum Alpbach social media channels?

Closer to the Forum 2020, we will add a link to the most updated version of the Programme. In the meantime, you can take a look at the general theme for 2020 here and at the general programme dates here!

Follow, share and discuss your ideas with us:

Twitter @forumalpbach

Facebook /forumalpbach

Instagram /forumalpbach

Vimeo /europeanforumalpbach

What do I do before checking out?

On the day of departure, please check out from your accommodation by 10:00 am and return your badge at the conference office. Detailed information on train, bus and plane schedules are available here. The office of Alpbach Tourism GmbH in the Congress Centre can give you further travel or tourist information.

What are some emergency numbers I need to know when I am in Alpbach?

More information can be found here.

Traffic Accident, Breakdown

Traffic accidents involving injury to persons must immediately be reported to the police; accidents involving material damage must only be reported when mutual identity has not been established. The ÖAMTC and ARBÖ automobile clubs operate a 24-hour emergency breakdown service, which may be utilized by anyone (non-members must pay a fee).

Emergency numbers (without area code)

  • Euro-emergency number 112
  • Fire brigade: 122
  • Police: 133
  • Ambulance: 144
  • Doctor-on-call 141
  • Mountain rescue 140
  • ÖAMTC emergency breakdown service: 120
  • ARBÖ emergency breakdown service: 123

 

AFTER ALPBACH

Why is it important to hand in a Feedback Report after my participation at the European Forum Alpbach?

Your feedback matters! We want to make the European Forum Alpbach better every year and to adjust it to your needs and requirements. This is why we would like to hear your feedback.

Moreover, our scholarship programme would not be possible without the generous support of single persons and enterprises. By providing sufficient funds, they make your participation in the European Forum Alpbach possible. To be able to convey your experiences and impressions to our sponsors and to attest the meaning of their financial contribution, your feedback reports are crucial for us.