On November 20, 2019, Webster Vienna Private University hosted the annual Bloomberg Career Day on campus, this time organized by Darya Makshyna, our current Bloomberg Ambassador, and Alexandra Deubner, Senior Career Service & Placement Officer. Roughly 20 participants took part in the Bloomberg Career Lunch.
Students from all departments showcased their research at Palais Wenkheim on April 23, 2019 in the second Graduate Research Summit.
A student-organized conference, the Graduate Research Summit provides local students the opportunity to present their research on posters or in oral presentations. A Scientific Committee consisting of faculty members at WVPU judged their abstracts and decided upon the winners.
Webster Vienna students, study abroad students and alumni had the opportunity to take part in an educational trip to Mauthausen Concentration Camp. Situated in Upper Austria on a hill next to the Danube, the KZ stands like a warning sign and reminder of this horrific time in European, Austrian, and Jewish history.
Webster Vienna’s Career and Placement Service department hosted Microsoft Lunch for more than 20 students. They had a chance to discuss with Marlies Strobl, Human Resource officer and Erdinc Dudu, Digital Advisor at the Microsoft Vienna headquarter, as well as Rafael Rodrigues Radischat, Webster alumni and current Microsoft Partner Development Intern.
You don’t get a chance every day to visit the American multinational technology company in the heart of Europe. Webster University students had this great opportunity to get acquainted with the non-traditional work environment and the people from Microsoft Headquarters in Vienna.
Mr. Michael Nigitsch, CEO of Hocrates, was a host of the “Assessment Center Career Lunch” on April 3rd. This gathering was an opportunity for the Webster Vienna Private University to learn and discuss about the importance and the procedure of assessment centers.
Starting this year, WVPU is offering a possibility for student exchange within the largest European mobility program Erasmus+. The program works by providing financial support for educational exchange between registered universities for eligible students.
The tenth edition of the Webster World Report, the discussion linking Webster University’s global operations during this year of crises, features a panel-style discussion this week with two of Webster’s international relations faculty about the effects of the pandemic on the global scene.
Webster Vienna faculty member in the International Relations & Business and Management Department, Ralph Schöllhammer in his op-ed published in the Wiener Zeitung, discusses the ongoing protests in the US and the emerging vacuum of the US human rights protection.
Dr. Franco Algieri, Webster Vienna Head of the International Relations Department, is talking about the forthcoming impact of the COVID19 on the global economy. The ORF reportage with dr. Algieri starts at 20 minutes 40 seconds. Click on the photo to watch it!
An education is one of life’s most valuable assets, and as the biggest university city in the Germansphere, Vienna has plenty to offer. But graduates often find themselves with a degree and no real job prospects. Companies can capitalize on practical experience and skills that most traditional degree programs – with their overcrowded auditoriums – simply cannot provide. It pays off to seek out a school that focusses on expanding its students’ horizons beyond the pages of their textbooks. With a student to teacher ratio of 20:1 at most, Webster Vienna Private University does just that.
Our Webster Vienna Head of the International Relations Department, Dr. Franco Algieri is talking about the effects of the "COVID19 on the economy", for "Eco" and "Eco Spezial" on ORF. The interview starts at 26 minutes 30 seconds. Click on the photo to watch it!
As a student from Bulgaria, Dilyana Pavlova lights up when discussing her choice to pursue her studies abroad in beautiful Vienna. A second-year student of Business Administration shares her experience of studying at an American university in the heart of Europe, and her everyday life as a student at the Webster Vienna Private University.
The interview with our, Webster Vienna student, Diliyana Pavlova, was published in the latest STA Magazine edition.
Brexit! When, How? All important questions concerning Brexit are still unclear.
Which Brexit variant is the most likely from a current perspective?
Check and comment the discussion held at the Ö1 radio talk show with Prof. Dr. Johannes Pollak, director of the Webster Vienna Private University, as well as Cornelia Primosch, ORF London; Dieter Reinisch, Experta at the University of Vienna, and Gregor Schusterschitz, Ambassador - Austrian delegation to the Brexit negotiations.