In the 2015/16 academic year, 1223 students were enrolled at FH Vorarlberg (460 women and 763 men). To date, 4016 academic degrees (diplomas, Bachelor's degrees and Master's degree) have been awarded by FH Vorarlberg.
FH Vorarlberg has five research centres: the Microtechnology Research Centre, the Project and Process Engineering Research Centre, the User-centred Technologies Research Centre. the Social and Economic Sciences Research Centre and the Energy Research Centre.
The campus at FH Vorarlberg was expanded in 2005 and now offers students state-of-the-art seminar rooms, multimedia lecture halls, computer pools, and a café and a cafeteria with seating for over 250.
Students have the opportunity to work at approximately 300 computer workstations. The computer rooms have more than 160 different software applications available for use. The workstations are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The library collection comprises 70,000 media items (books, periodicals, DVDs, CD-ROMs, audio CDs and more than 200 magazine subscriptions. The library's holdings focus on economics, design, technology and social sciences. The online collection contains reference and full-text databases, several thousand e-journals and more than 17,000 e-books. Covering an area of close to 900 m2, the library comprises an open stacks area with twelve research stations, a reading room with forty workstation, five study cubicles, a classroom with 12 PC workstations as well as a journals area and cafeteria.
FH Vorarlberg has established collaborative relationships with more than 100 universities around the globe in order to facilitate the mobility of its students, faculty and staff.
As the Science and Continuing Education Centre for the State of Vorarlberg and FH Vorarlberg, Schloss Hofen offers continuing education and Master's programmes, some of which are conducted in cooperation with domestic and foreign universities.