Learning Resources


The Library & Learning Center

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    Maximilian Kerkoc

    The library is a great place for studying because of its calm atmosphere and the number of resources that seem almost endless. What I like most about it is that everything necessary for working on projects is combined in one place - I can start writing on one of the available computers, use several of the research resources, and after finishing I simply print or send it directly to my professors or fellow students.
                              B.A. Business Administration, Class of 2016

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    Mauro Ortiz

    I greatly enjoy the new library’s facilities and learning environment. For me, the study rooms and carrels are ideal to study by myself or in groups. They are an alternative to studying at home and save students tons of time of commuting home in between classes.
    B.A. Management with emphasis in Marketing, Class of 2017


The mission of the Webster Vienna Library & Learning Center is to provide access to information resources to current students, alumni, faculty, and staff. The nearly 300m2 Library & Learning Center is the heart of our campus at Palais Wenkheim. Students meet here to exchange ideas and to use the over 10,000 literary resources to work towards degree. The library is also accessible to Webster Vienna alumni free of charge.

You can help extend our resources through a gift-in-kind donation in form of books or magazine and newspaper subscriptions. You can also check out the librarian’s wish list to make direct purchases on behalf of the university. Plus, soon you can make a general cash gift by donating online. Please check back here to see the online donation option. In the meantime, any donations can be made to:

Webster University
Keyword: Library Support

For any further information, please contact us at info@webster.ac.at or +43-1-269 92 93-0.


We want to sincerely thank Wiener Zeitung for the generous donation of a subscription to their newspaper. We also want to thank alumnus Michael Pedigo (BA '02) for his donation of a 3-year subscription to the National Geographic Magazine and alumnus Gregor Dekleva (BA '83) for donating more than 60 books to the Library & Learning Center.