Students (Student Resources)

If You Are Sick and Have Been Diagnosed with COVID-19?

If you are sick and have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or suspected to have the virus because you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please make sure to stay home, except in the case you may need medical care. We strongly encourage you to alert the Office of the Director if you have any symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19 at your earliest convenience by email: office.director@webster.ac.at.

Thesis Proposal Workshop

Join the Language Center’s online Thesis Proposal workshop to find out more on how to get started on your thesis proposal.

Winner and Runner Up of Webster's Got Talent 2020

Webster Vienna's Talent on Display

Webster's Got Talent, the annual talent show, was in full swing on Friday, February 21 at Ateliertheater (Burggasse 71, 1070 Vienna).

The evening began with a wonderful "magic" show by LEADS students Alessandro Pittiglio, Christof Wegiel and Mike Pliatsun. The Student Government Association's Events Officers, Dmitry Sten and Maria Skvoznova, hosted the event and interviewed each performer, providing light entertainment to keep the event running smoothly.

Graduate Research Summit 2020 - Canceled

Update: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Graduate Research Summit is cancelled.

 

Webster Vienna Private University is proud to host its second annual Graduate Research Summit, a conference that aims to provide graduate students, undergraduate students, and alumni an avenue through which they can present their research either in oral form or by poster presentations.

Wellness Week: Relaxation Thursday

From February 17 to February 20, the WVPU Counseling Services will provide a series of workshops and activities planned by the graduate student interns in the Counseling Services.

Join us in the student lounge for some sun lamp sessions and aromatherapy. Thanks to the SO/Spa, we will also have our very own massage therapist on campus to untie those knots.

Workshops on this day will include yoga, meditation, and stress management.

 

Wellness Week: Workshop Wednesday

From February 17 to February 20, the WVPU Counseling Services will provide a series of workshops and activities planned by the graduate student interns in the Counseling Services.

This day will consist of workshops to help you with academic life at Webster. Join us for tips on how to give a good presentation, study efficiently, manage your time and de-stress after it all.

 

Wellness Week: Reflection Tuesday

From February 17 to February 20, the WVPU Counseling Services will provide a series of workshops and activities planned by the graduate student interns in the Counseling Services.

On this day, an anonymous Confession Wall will be erected on campus for you to anonymously add your thoughts, feelings, and secrets.

The day will also include workshops to get your confidence up and find your inner superhero.

 

Wellness Week: Movement Monday

From February 17 to February 20, the WVPU Counseling Services will provide a series of workshops and activities planned by the graduate student interns in the Counseling Services.

Wellness Week will present engaging programs to promote and increase awareness of the Counseling Services' resources and a variety of tools to improve students' lives. All workshops and activities are held on campus at Palais Wenkheim, Praterstrasse 23, 1020 Vienna.

New and Study Abroad Students Embrace Webster Vienna

On January 8, the Student Resource Center (SRC) kicked off the New Year by hosting Orientation for new students who started their studies in 2020 at Webster Vienna Private University and study abroad students in Vienna this Spring semester.  

The SRC and student volunteers welcomed more than 40 students from 14 different countries to Palais Wenkheim. 24 students alone were study abroad students, which was one of the largest study abroad class that Webster Vienna has hosted in recent years.  

LEADS students built gingerbread houses on Tuesday, December 17.

LEADS in the Christmas Spirit!

The Webster Vienna LEADS program is in the Christmas Spirit! After presenting the LEADS Fall 2019 semester project, students took some time out of their busy studying schedule to build gingerbread houses together. Teams of 3 or 4 had to figure out how to construct the houses, decide together on how to decorate it, and make sure it was stable enough to transport.

The Cake Tree, a local bakery in the second district, provided all materials and great support and advice through the evening. 

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