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Tasks of the University of Vienna
According to section 3 of the 2002 Universities Act the University fulfils the following tasks within its sphere of action:
1. advancement of sciences (research and teaching), and the advancement, appreciation and teaching of the arts;
2. education through science and the advancement and appreciation of the arts;
3. scientific, artistic, artistic-pedagogical and artistic-scientific training, qualification for professional activities requiring the application of scientific knowledge and methods, as well as teaching artistic and scientific skills at the highest level;
4. training and promotion of junior academics and young artists;
5. continuing education, particularly of university graduates;
6. internal co-ordination of scientific research (and the advancement and appreciation of the arts) and teaching at universities;
7. promotion of domestic and international co-operation in research and teaching, and the arts;
8. promotion of the use and practical application of their research findings, and of community involvement in efforts to promote the advancement and appreciation of the arts;
9. gender equality, and the advancement of women;
10. maintenance of contacts with graduates;
11. provision of public information on the performance of the tasks of the universities.