Located in the distinguished residential 18th district, our students thrive in a city famous for its history, culture and quality of life.
The AMADEUS International School Vienna campus is just a tram ride away from the city centre and a 40-minute taxi ride from Vienna’s international airport. Located in the distinguished residential 18th district, our students thrive in a city famous for its history, culture and quality of life.
Our school buildings were constructed between 1908 and 1910, and bear the typical green iron ornaments of Vienna’s fin de siècle, a style that can be seen all over the city. The structures are part of an ensemble of six historic pavilions that were formerly the Semmelweis Clinic, Vienna’s most famous obstetrics hospitals honouring Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis.
The students of Amadeus International embrace and embody the legacy and spirit of Dr. Semmelweis, whose seemingly minor discovery in the 1840s impacted the entire world. Through the simple act of having doctors wash their hands, Semmelweis saved the lives of countless women and children. Just as today’s world was changed for better by the scientific mind of Semmelweis, so will tomorrow’s world be changed by the students who learn and thrive at Amadeus International School Vienna. The clinic is now gradually moving into new modern quarters in the city.