Master's Student Guide
During the admission process you can use your temporary WUniverse account to log on to our Learn@WU eLearning platform.
In this section, you will find information on legal requirements, dates and deadlines, signing up for and dropping courses and exams using the LPIS system, plagiarism, and much more.
The following programs are open to master's students:
Center of Excellence: honors program for students with an outstanding academic performance and additional qualifications
Volunteering@WU: volunteer program for students to help children and teenagers from disadvantaged backgrounds
Mentoring Program for Academic Writing: students take writing workshops to improve their writing skills and become writing mentors for younger students
Here you will learn more about writing and handing in your master’s thesis (e.g. formal requirements). Please also contact your program for any additional program-specific requirements for your thesis.
Study abroad opportunities vary by program. Depending on your program, you may or may not be able to study abroad. In some programs, spending some time abroad working or studying may even be an integral part of the curriculum.
Have you already earned credits at another university in Austria or abroad? Here you will learn more about how to transfer these credits to you current master's program at WU.
Master’s students can apply for the following scholarships:
Need-based scholarships to cover additional costs for completing an academic thesis
Merit-based scholarships awarded once a year to students with an outstanding academic performance in the previous academic year
Mobility grants for outgoing students doing an exchange semester or internship abroad
Other scholarships and grants (external funding)
You have made it! Here you will learn more about the final steps you need to take to complete your program and get your degree. Do not miss the opportunity to participate in the formal graduation ceremony!