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  • Dzuljeta Kastujeva, BA graduate in Media Communications, has shared her experiences and tips for those wishing to study at Webster Vienna. Dzuljeta describes how she deepened her knowledge of the media and how it influences society, how the broad range of elective courses available at Webster allowed her to pursue and combine other interests, and the importance of the undergraduate thesis to continuing her academic career after Webster.

    Dzuljeta Kastujeva: Webster Deepened My Knowledge of the Media and How It Influences Society

    Dzuljeta Kastujeva, BA graduate in Media Communications, has shared her experiences and tips for those wishing to study at Webster Vienna. Dzuljeta describes how she deepened her knowledge of the media and how it influences society, how the broad range of elective courses available at Webster allowed her to pursue and combine other interests, and the importance of the undergraduate thesis to continuing her academic career after Webster.

     

    by Dzuljeta Kastujeva

  • The Road From Damascus: One Man’s Journey from Conflict to Community at Webster Vienna

    Sitting and listening to Mouhanad tell his story, one almost gets the sense as if the events being told happened a lifetime ago. Even with a responsive gasp and headshake in shock, awe, disgust, Mouhanad rarely loses his cool. But one can still tell how important his tale is to him: not only does his goulash lie nearly untouched for the duration of his storytelling, but one can’t ignore the resentment rising in his voice when he speaks of the senselessness of the conflict which drove him here, to Vienna.

  • Celebrating the Class of 2019: Graduation in Historic Hofburg

    Celebrating the Class of 2019: Graduation in Historic Hofburg

    Inside of the beautiful Hofburg Imperial Palace in the heart of Vienna, Webster Vienna Private University’s Commencement Ceremony took place on Saturday, May 18th 2019. As a major milestone in the lives of our students, 89 of the 114 students from the Class of 2019 walked in the ceremony. This included students of 35 different nationalities, across 6 continents, further highlighting the international focus of Webster Vienna.

  • Putting Theory into Practice: Webster Alumnus Guides the Next Generation

    Webster Vienna MBA Graduate Jovana Djuric returned to WVPU to discuss her present role at Indiekett, where she is implementing a Quality Management System, and explained how the theoretical knowledge obtained at Webster has been invaluable in her new professional environment.

  • Borealis AG Scholarships Inspired Webster Vienna Students to Make an Impact

    By awarding the generous scholarship contribution to Webster Vienna Private University students, Borealis AG has provided financial aid to qualified students of less than favorable economic backgrounds, while emphasizing the value of higher education.

  • early one month after Cyclone Idai slammed into the southeast African coast, the streets of Mozambique’s busy port city of Beira are “returning to life” as the search for survivors continues throughout neighboring Zimbabwe.

    Mozambique’s Beira City ‘Returning to Life’ Needs Your Support

    Nearly one month after Cyclone Idai slammed into the southeast African coast, the streets of Mozambique’s busy port city of Beira are “returning to life” as the search for survivors continues throughout neighboring Zimbabwe. Acting proactively to this disaster, Webster Vienna’s Center for Liberal Arts organized on April 24th a Marlene Rutzendorfer’s “Keystone Seminar: City Life - Cities in Transition” course student’s attended the seminar: “Cyclone Idai and post-disaster recovery in times of climate change”. The host, Dr. Valentin Seidler, developmental economist and former representative of the Austrian Red Cross to the EU Commission in Brussels discussed how to build strategies for short-term relief and long-term development.

  • LEADS Retreat - Webster Students Enjoyed Stunning Surroundings of a 16th Century Tuscan Villa

    As the academic year draws to a close, as is now an annual tradition, selected students from the Webster Vienna, Geneva and Leiden campuses gather for a three day LEADS retreat in Pistoria, Italy.

  • Matthew Louis White is from USA, Florida, and joined Webster Vienna Private University in 2018.

    Again Another Great Score from a Psychology Student: 96th Percentile

    In 2017, we had the privilege to announce that the student Eva Smrekar has scored in the 97th percentile of the Major Field test. This year, it's Matthew White's turn! He is also a psychology student and scored in the 96th percentile.

  • Art Exhibition: The Magic of Non Sequiturs

    Georg Frauenschuh

    Opening reception: Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 7 p.m.
    Introduction: Andreas Spiegl
     
    Exhibition from April 9 through May 30, 2014
    Open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Thomas K. Lang Gallery at Webster University
     
    Artist‘s homepage:  www.georgfrauenschuh.com
     

  • Writing Center Workshop: Stop run-on sentences now! A lesson on comma splices

    Our specialized weekly themed sessions will also be announced in the Bulletin and on our Facebook page. As always, it's just as easy as signing up on the door of Room 205!
     

  • Guest Lecture: Finance Expert Joel Stern

    Webster Vienna, through the Elizabeth Chopin Visiting Professorship Grant, and in partnership with Lauder Business School, will have the privilege to host Professor Joel M. Stern’s course: “The Theory and Policy of Modern Finance” this Spring. A pioneer and leading advocate of the concept of managing for shareholder value, Prof. Stern has published and co-authored several acclaimed books on financial economics and is founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Stern Stewart & Co.

    Free Public Lecture:

  • New Student Orientation - Undergraduate Students

    The New Student Orientation is mandatory for new students and a great opportunity to meet one’s peers new to Webster and familiarize oneself with the American university system, meet and make an appointment with the academic advisor, learn more about Vienna and all it has to offer to degree seeking students, discuss cultural differences and culture shock, and last but not least get acquainted with the Webster Vienna campus and its various services, staff and faculty.

    Fall 1 (August)  NSO schedule

  • New Student Orientation - Graduate Students

  • The Psych Club meeting and election

    Dear Students!
     
    All of our Psych Club officers graduated last year. The offices up for election are: President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.

    The Psych Club meeting and election will be held on:

    Wednesday, September 10 from 1:15 pm to 2 pm
    Room: 5.2

     

  • Alumni Get-Together

    Come and join the first alumni get-together of the academic year! This time, the Vienna Chapter of the Webster University Alumni Association is meeting in Webster's new neighborhood.

    When: Tuesday, September 23, 2014, 7.00 pm
    Where: Café Ansari, Praterstraße 15, 1020 Vienna

    If you would also like to join us for a quick tour of our new campus, Palais Wenkheim, beforehand, please find us:

  • Inaugural Lecture Dr. Elina Brutschin

    Computer Simulations in International Relations

    Dr. Elina Brutschin, latest addition to the Webster International Relations Department Research Faculty, will present a core field of her extensive research activities. She recently presented the findings of using a methodology of computer simulations with regard to EU decision making at the ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) Conference held at the University of Glasgow, September 3-6, 2014. Dr. Brutschin on her inaugural lecture: