Update! April 2021
Application for WU's German-language master's programs / Semester re-registration / Changes to the curriculum BaWiSo 2019 / Long Night of Companies / Google Scholar / WU Bachelor's and Master's Day
Application for WU's German-language master's programs!
Apply now for WU's German-language master's programs!
You would like to start a Master's program at WU? The application for all German-taught master’s programs (intake in the 2021/22 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 May 31, 2021.
Detailed information is available online in our Application Guide.
Visit our online WU Master‘s Day on April 14, 2021!
Please remember to re-register every semester so that you will remain enrolled as a student. To re-register, all you need to do is pay your tuition fees/ÖH dues in time.
The re-registration extended period for the summer semester ends on April 30, 2021.
All WU buildings are currently closed due to the coronavirus outbreak. This means that you cannot pay your fees at the self-service terminals outside the Study Service Center. Please pay them by online bank transfer.
If you do not re-register by the deadline, you will be un-enrolled and not be able to take any exams.
Changes to the curriculum BaWiSo 2019
Information about the IBW international experience and the International Elective
With the winter semester 2021/22, the Bachelor's program in Business, Economics and Social Sciences will be subject to a curriculum change.
The new curriculum will apply to all students enrolled in BaWiso 19 as of October 1, 2021 and entails changes to the IBW international experience:
As an IBW student, you will have more flexible opportunities to internationalize your studies. In the new curriculum, only one mobility abroad is required to fulfill the IBW international experience. You can for instance do so by spending a semester abroad, attending an International Summer University, another short program, or by doing an internship abroad. You can find more information about the IBW international experience here.
As part of the new curriculum, International Electives will be introduced, replacing the previous International Courses. The International Elective offers IBW students a more flexible recognition of ECTS credits earned abroad. In addition, the International Elective gives you the opportunity to take courses with an international focus at WU in the sense of "Internationalization at Home". You can find details about the International Elective here.
Long Night of Companies
Networking & 1-1 chats - get a head start in the application process with the “Long Night of Companies”
Network with 30 employers from the comfort of your living room! The “Lange Nacht der Unternehmen” on May 5, which is co-organized by the WU ZBP Career Center, makes it possible. In 30-minute sessions, companies introduce themselves to you and show you their daily business. Dive into the world of your desired employer and get an edge in the application process - because in addition to online site visits, you will also have the chance to meet some employers for personal 1-1 conversations. Open your laptop, log in, and let the networking begin!
Registration starts on April 6! Langenachtderunternehmen.at
Literature research with Google Scholar
For which areas of research is Google Scholar suitable and what should you keep in mind? On Fit4Research, the eLearning program of the WU Library, you will find tips for your search as well as an interactive video.
How do you get access to the documents in Google Scholar?
Research on campus: If the search result indicates Full Text via WU library or Full View, the document is directly accessible via WU.
Access from home: If you activate the remote access via the WU WiFi Client, you should be able to access the articles licensed by WU Library. If the links do not show up, please check your Google Scholar settings: Add WU Wien – Full Text via WU library via the top left menu under “Settings > Library links”.
You have questions about literature research? We would be happy if you participate in one of the library workshops by WU library.
WU Bachelor's and Master's Day
An academic degree is your first step towards building a successful career!
Our online Master’s Day and Bachelor’s Day on April 13 and 14 give you the opportunity to find out everything you need to know about WU’s academic programs.
This is what we have lined up for you: live program presentations, Q&A chat sessions, a virtual campus tour, and interesting talks on support programs, registration and admissions, career prospects, and much more.