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Update! November 2018

05/11/2018

Topics: Semester re-registration / WU Master Day on November 14, 2018 / Go international with the Double Degree or THEMIS program / New library service - search_bar / Making money in the service of science

Semester re-registration

To continue your studies and remain enrolled at WU, you have to re-register every semester. To do so, you need to pay any applicable tuition fees/ÖH dues by the deadline of the relevant enrolment period.

Deadlines:

  • September 5 (winter semester) / February 5 (summer semester)

  • Extended deadlines: November 30 (winter semester) / April 30 (summer semester)

Payment options:

If you do not re-register by the relevant deadline, you will be un-enrolled and you will no longer be able to take any exams.

Learn more:

Semester re-registration

Tuition fees / Student Union (ÖH) dues

 

WU Master Day on November 14, 2018

Do you enjoy studying at WU? Have you thought about doing your master’s program at WU? Attend WU’s Master Day to find out all about WU’s eight English-taught and seven German-taught master’s programs!

Representatives of each program will be presenting the WU program portfolios and will be available to answer your questions.

When/Where?

November 14, 2018, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, Campus WU, Building LC, Forum and Ceremonial Hall 2, Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna

Program and further information: www.wu.ac.at/masterday 

Go International!

Would you like to take part in the Double Degree or THEMIS program and gain international experience during your master’s degree? Apply now!

Application period: November 12 – November 16, 2018

Master’s students who would like to spend a semester abroad in the winter 2019/2020 as part of their Double Degree or THEMIS program can apply until Nov 16, 2018 (noon).

For more information on the programs, visit our website.

New Library service: search_bar

Have you taken one of the library’s courses but you still have questions? Have you encountered a problem during your literature research or while working with a reference management program? Then come to the library search_bar!

On Tuesdays we offer support with reference management questions, and Thursdays are reserved for special questions about literature research.

Where?
Level 2 in the Central Library – next to the Information Desk

When?
Reference management – every Tuesday from 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Literature research – every Thursday from 3:00 - 4:00 pm

How?
Just drop in – there’s no need to sign up in advance.

For more information on our services click here.

Making money in the service of science

We are looking for students to take part in experiments at WULABS. In these experiments, you make decisions in economic situations, such as auctions, markets, trading, product evaluation, etc. These experiments help us better understand economic activity. A typical experiment takes about an hour and is held at our computerized laboratory in Building D2 of the WU campus. In every experiment you can earn money. In most experiments the amount that you earn will depend on the decisions that you and the other participants make.

To participate, no special knowledge of economics or mathematics, or special computer skills are required. However, a good command of English or German is necessary to understand instructions.

To be invited for experiments, please register at labs.wu.ac.at. Your registration in the system is non-binding. You will then receive specific invitations by email to individual experiments. You can withdraw your registration at any time. Your data is treated confidentially and used exclusively for scientific purposes. In the email invitation for an experiment you will be informed of the available times, duration, and type of payment for the experiment. You may then register for a particular "session" of that experiment.

Your WULABS Researchers

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