Career News and Events

  • Graduate Research Summit Features WVPU Student Research

    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's Students and Alumni Took Part in an Educational Trip to Mauthausen Concentration Camp

    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.

  • Microsoft Career Lunch

    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.

  • Microsoft Can Expect Many New Applications from Webster University Soon

    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.

  • CEO of Hocrates Voiced the ‘Importance of Assessment’

    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.

  • WVPU Goes Abroad With Erasmus+

    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.

  • Bloomberg Breakthrough: Benedikt Kaltenboeck

    Webster Vienna undergraduate student, Benedikt Kaltenboeck, is getting the chance of a lifetime to intern with Bloomberg in their new headquarters in England. Read about how Benedikt got his hands on this unique opportunity and what is in store for him with Bloomberg.

  • Event Management Career Lunch: Maryam Yeganehfar

    On April 17, 2018 Webster Vienna Private University's Career Center hosted an exciting career lunch with Maryam Yeganehfar, WVPU alumna and owner of yamyam event production.

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