News and Events

  • Student Life Awards 2017

    On Wednesday, April 26th, Webster hosted the second annual Student Life Awards in the atrium to honor students for exceptional work both on campus and in the community. The formal evening recognized students for their dedication and offered a well-deserved moment to celebrate. The nomination committee comprised of two undergrad students, one graduate student, one staff member, and one faculty member. Students Josh Stern and Alexis Wing hosted, and guest performer, Atum Jones played two mesmerizing pieces on the guitar.

  • Research Seminar by Dr. Eskerod

    The Business and Management Department held another Research Seminar within its new event series. This time Dr. Pernille Eskerod, research expert on project management and stakeholder management, provided insights into her latest research work and techniques to students, staff and faculty. Her research seminar was based on a case study on the 50-year-old Astoria Bridge that connects the American states Oregon and Washington. Dr.

  • Algieri Offers Insights Into Upcoming Bates Gill Lecture

    Dr. Franco Algieri, Department Head of International Relations at Webster Vienna and expert on EU-Asia relations, answers questions regarding the lecture of Bates Gill on Apr. 27, 5:30pm at Webster.

    Who is Dr. Bates Gill, and what will he be talking about at his public lecture on April 27?

  • Webster Visits OPEC

    On Friday, April 21st, a group of enthusiastic Webster Vienna students visited the OPEC offices. As a part of WEBMUN, a student organized model UN club, the members were invited to see the facilities. While at the offices they had a tour, met the Secretariat, and closed with a Q&A session. Student Daniil Titov said, "The trip to OPEC was fascinating as the students could learn vital facts about the structure and day to day operations of the organization.

  • Barbara Kargl with family

    Alumni Spotlight: Barbara Kargl - a Tale of Entrepreneurship, Family and Commitment

    Join us in exploring the exciting journey of one of our dedicated alumna: an entrepreneur, a business woman, and an accomplished mother. This is Barbara Kargl, who graduated at Webster Vienna Private University (WVPU) in 1996 with a Bachelor in Management and International Relations.

  • WebMUN Goes to Budapest

    Webster’s student-organized Model United Nations Organization (WebMUN) traveled to Budapest for MUNapest, a model UN conference. From April 11th to the 15th, 9 students from the International Relations Department took part in the simulations.

  • Cooking Club Gets a Taste of Laos

    Last Thursday, April 13th, Webster’s Cooking Club got a taste of Lao as Alum Ivee Sansinh taught them how to prepare a traditional meal in the Webster Augarten Dorms.

  • Orthodox Easter Egg Painting

    The Atrium was filled with Easter spirit last Friday as students, staff, and friends came together to paint hard-boiled eggs for Orthodox Easter.

  • Graduation Ceremony 2017

    Graduation 2017

    The graduation ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 6th, 2017.  

    The commencement ceremony  will take place in the "Mozartsaal"  (Mozart Room) of the Vienna Konzerthaus.   The entrance is located at Lothringerstraße 20, 1030 Wien.   The Konzerthaus is a concert hall located  just steps away from the city park. Built by the renowned theatre architects Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer in co-operation with Ludwig Baumann, the Konzerthaus presents a rare combination of Historism, Secessionism and Art Nouveau styles. 

  • SYMPOSIUM | Greece, Out of The Crisis: Debt-End or Dead-End

    A symposium where the causes of the Greek crisis as well as content specific proposals for a radical approach to get “Greece, Out of the Crisis” will be presented. Invited are world renowned academics and experts in the financial system.

  • Student Leadership Retreat in Florence

    Webster LEADS Students will embark on a weekend long excursion to Florence, Italy! While in Florence, participants will take part in leadership workshops, and experience Italian history at the same time. Click here for more on Webster LEADS.

  • Research Seminar | "The Payoffs from Investing into Information and Communication Technology”: An Empirical Exploration"

    The presentation will cover both the theoretical framework of understanding the link between information and communication technology (ICT) investment and economic growth as well as measurement issues in order to quantify the payoffs from investing into the ICT sector using the data of advancing economies.

  • Competition for Psychology

    We PsYC

    The Psychology Department at Webster Vienna Private University kindly invites high school, AP, and IB students, as well as Austrian GymnasiastInnen and MaturantInnen to participate in  Webster’s first Psychology Youth Conference.

  • Research Seminar | "Shopping by swiping: What drives users to make purchases with their mobile phones?"

    The presentation provides a journey through the typical stages of a research project involving a quantitative survey as it may be conducted in a marketing-related master thesis. It will provide insights into research about impact factors on consumers’ intention to shop with their mobile phones, a behavior that is rapidly increasing in many industries.