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Welcome to the Institute for English Business Communication!

We are part of the Department of Foreign-Language Business Communication.

This website provides information about the Institute, its staff, and how to study Business English at the Vienna University of Economics and Business.

Registration for EBC1 in WS19/20

As it stands, there are still a large number of places available overall - as a result, it is highly unlikely that anyone will get into a course from a waiting list position, so please make sure to register for a course that has capacity if you want a guaranteed EBC1 place this semester.

Registration for EBC2 in WS19/20

At this time, we have more open slots available than we have students on waiting lists overall. As a result, we are currently not planning on adding any extra capacity to existing courses. While this might change, your safest option - if you haven't secured a spot yet - is to sign up for a class that does have capacity, or risk being left without any EBC2 place this semester.   

Also, please do NOT contact lecturers or the Institute about admission to our classes - all registrations are done automatically via BACH, and we cannot and will not handle individual requests.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Registration for EBC3 in WS19/20

At this time, we have more open slots available than we have students on waiting lists overall. As a result, we are currently not planning on adding any extra capacity to existing courses. While this might change, your safest option - if you haven't secured a spot yet - is to sign up for a class that does have capacity, or risk being left without any EBC3 place this semester.   

Also, please do NOT contact lecturers or the Institute about admission to our classes - all registrations are done automatically via BACH, and we cannot and will not handle individual requests.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Changes in the new 2019 curricula

Thinking about switching to the new 2019 curriculum and wondering how the new curriculum will affect languages? Click on the link above for more information.

Teaching-related matters

Information on our current and upcoming courses (such as registration) can primarily be found on learn@wu, so please make sure to always check there!

General teaching-related information can also be found on our website here.

Events

The Institute - either by itself or as part of the Department of Foreign-Language Business Communication - has hosted and continues to host a range of exciting events; some of those events are open to the general public, inviting renowned speakers and experts to interact with students, faculty and other attendees, while others are offered exclusively to our students.

English Research Seminar 29.10.2019

Vortrag: Dr Andrew Kehoe, Birmingham City University, UK: “All our items are pre-owned and may have musty odor”: Using automated linguistic analysis techniques to study e-commerce data Zeit:…

English Research Seminar 18.06.2019

Lecture: Prof. Andrea Whittle (Newcastle University Business School) "Consequential categories: How categories in interaction work to get work done" Time: Tuesday 18.06.19, 18:15 – 19:45; …

English Research Seminar 17.05.2019

Lecture: Robert Gibson ( freelance, responsible for Intercultural Training at Siemens AG until 2018) "Navigation cultures in a VUCA world" Time: 17.05.2019 Place: WU, Building D2, Entrance D, 2nd…

English Research Seminar 10.04.2019

Workshop: Dr. Gail Forey (Senior Lecturer, University of Bath) "An introduction to Appraisal Analysis and comlaint texts" Time: 17:30 - 19:30 Place: WU, Building D2, Entrance D, 2nd floor, D2.2.228 …

English Research Seminar 09.04.2019

Lecture: Dr. Gail Forey (Senior Lecturer, University of Bath) "The Value of Meaning-focused Metalanguage for Teaching and Learning" Time: 18:15 - 19:45 Place: WU, Building D2, Entrance D, 2nd floor,…