Interpol is looking to establish its own university in Austria. The organisation has launched a €15 million (£10.2m) fundraising campaign to establish its first research and training institution in Vienna. The university-level institution would provide training for high-level officials in the judiciary and police services worldwide. It will be concerned largely with Eastern Europe, which is trying to reform deeply corrupt administrative systems that are a legacy of the Soviet era. It will receive its first 150 students in 2009, according to Ronald K. Noble, the Interpol secretary general.