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All roads lead to the IMC

Innsbruck, an inner-alpine Austrian city, is located in the center of Europe along the highway Munich – Brenner – Bolzano. With several international airports in its surrounding it is easily reachable for international guests. The city is als part of the European Rail Network with fast and frequent connections all over Europe. Alternatively, visitors can also use the European long-distance bus system to travel to the IMC.

We are aware about our responsibility!

We are aware of CO2 emissions caused by IMC as a conference focusing on face-to-face communication within and beyond interactive workshop settings. We are currently discussing strategies and incentives to reduce emissions mainly caused by traveling to Innsbruck. In any case we will depend on your cooperation!

Campus of the SOWI
(c) Innsbruck Tourismus/Webhofer
Address of Registration Desk/IMC Main Campus

>> POI Link (Google Maps)

Building-No.: CU US015 SOWI
Universitätsstraße 15
6020 Innsbruck



(Austria/EU) Entry Restrictions

Austria is a signatory of the Schengen Agreement, stating that EU citizens can travel freely within Europe. All non-European Union citizens are required to have a valid passport and visa to enter the EU. A letter of invitation/confirmation will be provided to everyone via the conference tool after registration.

  • List of countries whose citizens require Schengen visa (updated by Federal Ministry of the Interior)
  • Application form for Schengen Visa (updated by Federal Ministry of the Interior)
  • All infos about the Schengen entry restrictions (in English)
  • Please use our contact form for any questions about visa related content

Good to know for your Schengen visa ...

Keep in mind that you have to request the Schengen visa from your local Austrian diplomatic mission BEFORE your trip.
Regular process time takes around 30 days, sometimes up to 60 days!
Official language is German, most forms are multilingual in English/German.