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Update! April 2024


SSC Semester Check-In on April 10 | Applying for a master's program | Internship abroad with Erasmus+ | Workshop: motivation letter for exchange semester | Group advisory meeting: exchange semester| Buddy infosession on June 5 | Student Wellbeing Days April 8-9 | Boosting your success competencies | Part-time job at WU | Job event | Master's Day on April 22 | Research tip: full-text articles

SSC Semester Check-In on April 10, 2024

[Translate to English:] Studium

Do you have questions about your degree program?

  • Are you wondering how to best plan and organize your studies?

  • Do you need pointers for using AI for your studies?

  • Or are you about to complete your Bachelor's program and would like to know what you need for a successful Master's application?

We are happy to answer your questions. Simply stop by for our SSC Semester Check-In and ask us any study-related questions you may have.

  • When: Wednesday, April 10, 2024 from 02:00 pm – 05:00 pm

  • Where: Library & Learning Center (LC), Club Lounge, Level +2

  • No registration required.

You can also join our info sessions (held in German only) on "Minimum Academic Performance " (02:00 pm), "Working with AI tools" (03:00 pm) and "Transitioning into a Master's Program" (04:00 pm) to learn more about these topics.

If you cannot make it to the event, feel free to email us or check out our website.

Apply Now for WU's German-Language Master's Programs

[Translate to English:] Studium

Would you like to start a master's program at WU? The application for all German-taught master’s programs (intake in the 2024/25 winter semester) is currently running. You can apply via the online application tool even if you have not finished your bachelor’s program yet (but you must have completed a minimum of 150 ECTS credits).

The application period ends on June 17, 2024.

Detailed information is available online in our application guide.

Doing an Internship Abroad – with an Erasmus+ Grant

[Translate to English:] Internationales

Still looking for a summer job? How about doing an internship abroad? It would definitely be an asset on your CV. And you can apply for an Erasmus+ grant if you’re doing the internship in an EU member state or in other select countries. See Erasmus+ internship for details on grants.  And visit WU ZBP Career Center for information on how to find an internship abroad.

More information from the International Office:
IO Website
IO opening hours
IO group advisory meetings and workshops
IO Instagram

Workshop: Writing a Motivation Letter for Your Exchange Semester

[Translate to English:] Internationales

“I don’t know where to start… or what to write…” No worries – we will help you. The International Office and the Career Center will give you input and information on everything you need to know and will answer your questions.

  • Target group: Bachelor’s and Master’s students

  • Next date: April 30, 2024, 1:00pm – 2:00pm

  • For registration and location click here.

More information from the International Office:
IO website
IO opening hours
IO group advisory meetings and workshops
IO Instagram

Bachelor’s Students: Group Advisory Meeting On Doing an Exchange Semester

[Translate to English:] Internationales

What are the requirements for applying? How do I apply? Where can I spend my exchange semester? These and many other questions, including your own, will be answered in the group advisory meetings of the International Office. No registration required, you can join us on campus or online.

Next dates:

  • April, 30, 2024

  • May, 2, 2024

  • May, 7, 2024

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm, Building LC, 4th floor. We look forward to seeing you there.  

More information from the International Office:
IO website
IO opening hours
IO group advisory meetings and workshops
IO Instagram

Shaping the Future as a Buddy - Info Session on June 5

[Translate to English:] Engagement

This information is available in German only. Please refer to the German version of this page.

Student Wellbeing Days

[Translate to English:] Wellbeing

The first Student Wellbeing Days will take place at WU on April 8 and 9, 2024. WU students can participate in a variety of workshops on four main topics.

  • Life Skills: stress, attention and emotional self-management

  • Study Skills: study strategies, writing flow, clearing your head for studying

  • Rest & Recovery: why rest is so important for successful learning and good performance, finding different ways to recover.

  • Being Successful: examining success from different angles so that you can find your own path to success.

Details on topics, experts and registration:

Student Wellbeing Days LIFE SKILLS | (DE & EN) | WORKSHOPS | April 8, 10:00 am-01:.30 pm

Student Wellbeing Days STUDY SKILLS | (DE) | WORKSHOPS | April 8, 02:00-05:30 pm

Student Wellbeing Days REST & RECOVERY | (DE & EN) | WORKSHOPS | April 9, 10:00 am-01:30 pm

Student Wellbeing Days BEING SUCCESSFUL | (DE & EN) | WORKSHOPS & PANEL | April 9, 02:00-05:30 pm

Boosting Your Success Competencies

[Translate to English:] Wellbeing

There will be some great group activities in April on finding happiness with the PERMA approach, the art of decision-making, dealing with emotional triggers as well as the important topics of holding space and motivation.

For more details on all semester activities offered by the Student Counselling team, visit the current Calendar of Activities.

Click here for more information on all of our peer groups and dates.

Part-Time Job at WU: Join Our Study Information Team

[Translate to English:] work

Are you studying at WU and want to inspire other young people to study here, too, or support current students during their studies?

As a member of the WU Study Information and the Study Service Center team, you will advise and support prospective and current students by email and in person with regard to all aspects of studying at WU.

Taking the Shuttle to Your First Job

[Translate to English:] work

Forty-four employers are opening their doors on April 18, 2024: Experience offices, stores, and production sites in ways few others ever do - after hours and exclusively for students and young graduates. Before the site visits, you will have the opportunity to network in the magnificent Vienna City Hall. There will also be CV checks and an application photo shoot as well as a talk on "Das zählt bei der Bewerbung" (“What matters when applying”) with valuable tips for your application.   
Make a night of it! For more information on the employers and the program visit Register now*.
*This event will be held in German.

Master’s Day on April 22, 2024

[Translate to English:] Tipps

Seize this opportunity to learn all about our master's programs on April 22. Get insight into WU's master's programs in our Expert Talks and get all your questions answered.

The Expert Talks will cover questions such as:

  • Is a master’s program at WU right for me? What are the programs about?

  • How do I apply? What do I need to know about application periods, entrance exams and admission?

  • What job opportunities and career prospects do I have after completing a master’s program at WU?

Learn more at:

Research Tip: Quick Access to Full-Text Articles

[Translate to English:] Tipps

Have you found a suitable article for your thesis? LibKey offers the quickest route to (open access) articles via WU.

How does LibKey work?

  • The new tool is automatically available for your search in the WU Catalog and databases such as EBSCO, ProQuest and Scopus.

  • Simply connect to the WU network (Wi-Fi or VPN).

Pro Tip: LibKey Nomad

  • Install this browser add-on for your research on the Internet.

  • When you come across a source licensed by WU, the LibKey symbol will appear, allowing you to easily download the article.

For more information go to WU Library’s eLearning resources.

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