Update! October 2020
Topics: Welcome New Students! / Application deadlines English-taught master's programs / Language courses at WU BLC / Application for a semester abroad / Career Calling Digital Days / WU Library's support / WU Library's opening hours
A Warm Welcome to Our New Students!
In mid-September, new students of our German-taught Bachelor’s programs had the opportunity to participate in this year's Welcome Days – these were held online for the first time. Our goal was to provide information on organizing one’s studies and settling in at WU before the first semester starts. We also wanted to give new students the opportunity to get to know fellow students in small groups.
In a live stream broadcast from our ceremonial hall, Rector Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger and Vice Rector for Academic Programs & Student Affairs Margarethe Rammerstorfer welcomed new students. This was the beginning of a two-day online event. It consisted of interactive live streams, Q&A chat sessions, online meet-ups for students, information on extracurricular activities, and useful tips for organizing one’s student life.
After this successful event, we wish all of you a great start at WU and all the best for your first semester.
If you would like to learn more about planning your first semester, please click here.
Your WU Study Information
Application deadlines for WU’s English-taught master’s programs
The application period for our English-taught master’s programs starting in the 2021/22 winter semester is now open. At the time of application, you do not need a completed bachelor’s program. To apply, please use our online application tool. WU uses a rolling admission system, which means that there are three so-called “priority deadlines”:
- Priority deadline I: October 8, 2020
- Priority deadline II: January 8, 2021
- Priority deadline III: March 8, 2021
If you apply by October 8, 2020, we will let you know by Christmas whether the program of your choice has accepted you. The earlier you apply, the earlier you will be notified of the status of your application.
Please note that for the International Management/CEMS program, only the first two priority deadlines apply. Last chance to apply: January 8, 2021.
Please check the program-specific application requirements and admission procedures online.
Last call for language courses at WU Business Language Center
A semester abroad creates new perspectives. Apply now for the academic year 2021/22!
As a bachelor student in the BBE program, you can apply for a double degree at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia. The program starts in the summer semester 2022.
Application period: October 5, 2020 – October 12, 2020 (12 noon)
If you want to gain international experience in overseas in winter semester 2021/22, you can also apply for a semester abroad.
Furthermore, you are welcome to attend our small group advisory meetings and workshops. Get first-hand information on all exchange-related matters. We are looking forward to meeting you online!
You want to learn more? The latest updates from the International Office can be found here:
Career Calling Digital Days, 21 + 22 October
Full speed ahead towards the future – at Career Calling Digital Days, 70 employers will be waiting to meet you online, and talk to you about jobs and internships. Enhance your know-how on job application with insight sessions from employers, panels on “Working 2021” and “Being a future leader”, as well as keynote speeches from Ali Mahlodji and Tristan Horx. #Findandbefound – 2 days filled with career opportunities in online mode!
Career Calling Digital Days 21 and 22 October. Register now.
WU Library’s support for new and advanced students
Borrow books, find journal articles, use databases – WU Library’s support for new and advanced students
It is your first term at WU and you are wondering how to borrow books and how to access online resources? Then you should visit us at the library information desk on level 2 in the Central Library.
- Mondays to Fridays, 10am–1pm and 3pm–5pm
- Wednesdays additionally from 5pm–7pm
You are currently writing your final thesis and need some tips and recommendations on how to conduct your literature research? If you have more detailed questions about literature research or reference management software, our Research Consultation team will be happy to help you. Starting with October 1, 2020, you can also again take a seat at the search_bar. We have set up a virtual consultation room for this purpose and you can simply join us with your questions (no prior registration needed).
- Tuesdays, 2pm–3pm reference management software and literature research
- Thursdays, 3pm–4pm literature research
The library’s interactive eLearning program Fit4Research is available to you anywhere, anytime for questions such as: Which research tools are suitable for searching for journal articles? Or: How can you expand or narrow down your research results?