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Update! May 2019


Topics: Apply now for WU's German-taught master's programs / Registration deadline for WU's bachelor's programs / Study abroad in the 2020 summer semester / Gaining leadership experience as a mentor / WU is looking for proctors / WU's new plant nature trail / - the easy way to your job

Application for WU’s German-taught master’s programs open until May 31, 2019

The application period for all German-taught master’s programs (intake in the 2019/20 winter semester) ends on Mai 31, 2019. 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).
We recommend that you apply early so that you will not have to wait long for feedback on your application documents.

Detailed information is available online:

Registration for bachelor’s programs for the 2019/20 academic year ends on May 15, 2019

For the 2019/20 academic year, there will be selection procedures for each of the three bachelor’s programs at WU (Business, Economics and Social Sciences / Business Law /Business and Economics). Registration will end on May 15, 2019. Anyone interested in pursuing a bachelor’s program at WU can register for the selection procedure/s for the program/s of their choice until May 15, 2019. The deadlines are the same for all programs. The dates and times of the entrance exams (if exams are held), however, vary by program.

For more information, please visit:

Interested in studying abroad? Apply now for an exchange semester in the summer semester 2020! Application period: May 6 – May 17, 2019

Bachelor’s students who would like to spend the summer semester 2020 at one of our partner universities in Europe can apply until May 17, 2019 (12 noon). Master’s students can apply during the same period for universities both in Europe and overseas.

Come to one of our small group advisory meetings and learn about our partner universities and the steps before, during and after your stay abroad. You can find the exact dates on our dates & deadlines webpage.

For more information on studying abroad, visit Outgoing Exchange Students.

Gaining leadership experience while supporting others? Become a mentor.

Would you like to support a group of first-year bachelor’s students in the 2019/20 winter semester and hone your leadership skills? Join the Mentoring@WU team! As a mentor, you will help new students (WISO and WIRE) organize their studies and settle in at university during regular mentoring sessions. You will also network with other mentors and have the option to earn 2 ECTS credits counting towards a free elective.

Meet current mentors and learn more about the program during the Mentoring@WU info session:

  • When? Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 05:00 – 06:30 pm

  • Where? Building LC, Gallery (opposite WU Shop)


Please register for the info session:

To learn more about the Mentoring@WU program and on how to become a mentor, visit our website.

Please note that fluent German skills are required to become a mentor in the program

Volunteer as a learning or music buddy! Join our info session on May 16, 2019

To learn more about the Volunteering@WU buddy programs, please refer to the German version of this webpage or visit Volunteering@WU online.

WU is looking for proctors

If you are interested in working as a proctor during the examination week in June (June 24 – 29, 2019) and / or the entrance exams on July 9 and 10, 2019, you can apply now.

Of course, you will also have the option of working as a proctor on a regular basis during future examination weeks.

Application requirements:

  • completed introductory and orientation phase (Bachelor’s students)

  • structured way of working, accuracy and reliability

  • a very good knowledge of German


If you are interested, please send your current CV to

Stroll through the variety of plants on WU’s campus

In time for spring, we invite you to take a tour of the plant diversity of WU’s campus and declare the new plant nature trail open!

The plant nature trail consists of a total of eight panels describing the variety of plants on campus. The individual panels describe the main plants of each area in more detail.

On each panel, there is a campus map that refers to the locations of the other panels. For an overview of the panels and more information on the plant nature trail, click here. – the easy way to your job

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