Alumni

  • Farewell Message from the Vienna Alumni Chapter President

    After 12 memorable and accomplished years of being the President of our Vienna Chapter Alumni Association, Mr. Stefano Cantini will be passing on the torch to Mr. Franz Weber. His farewell words you can read in his letter.

  • Olligo

    Webster Vienna Alumni Launch New Mobility Company - Olligo

    Webster Vienna alumni: Stefan Krneta (Class of 2014) and Fran Zupic (Class of 2012) founded a European on demand mobility company shortly after graduating from Webster Vienna Private University.

  • Alumni Symposium 2015

    8th Webster Vienna Annual Alumni Symposium

    More than 200 guests attended the annual Alumni Symposium of Webster Vienna Private University  at Palais Eschenbach to listen to a podium discussion full of distinguished speakers discussing the following topic: „ Austria & the EU: 20 Years of Challenges, Opportunities and Lessons Learned”.

  • Centennial Event Connects Trustees, Vienna Alumni, Advisory Board

    On June 8th members of the Webster University board of trustees, the Vienna campus advisory board, and several alumni had the opportunity to exchange insights and reflections from Webster’s past and future during a networking event.

  • Alumni Symposium

    Webster’s 7th Annual Alumni Symposium 2014

    Gender equality and diversity as the secret to economic success

    The Alumni Symposium hosted by the Alumni Association at Webster University took place on November 24th in the beautiful Palais Eschenbach in Vienna’s first district. Palais Eschenbach is owned by the Austrian Business Association and offered a historic setting to the pleasant atmosphere. The panel consisted of four women and two men, each from a leading role in the business world. Reflecting on their personal experiences, the group produced a lively debate regarding gender equality to-date and its status of “under construction” within most career fields.

  • Mentoring program

    Mentoring Program 2014/15 kicked off!

    The Mentoring-Kickoff was much more than just a well organized event, it is a value added for students and an USP for Webster Vienna Private University. Student days are not only one of the most beautiful periods in our lives, but also one of the most important ones, and I'm pleased to take part in a process of shaping a student's career and future success (Stjepan Pticar, MBA '06).
     

  • Alumna Presents Exhibition at Stilwerk

    Eva Petrič, a Webster Vienna alumna who graduated with a BA in Art and Psychology in 2005, has launched an exhibition just around the corner of Palais Wenkheim. Located in stilwerk (Praterstraße 1, 1020 Vienna), and called "playGROUND – there’s no place like home", it asks questions about space and identity. "What is our home, where is our home? What defines the concept of home? Territory, language, culture, traditions, family, relatives, physical borders?"

  • Happy 5th Anniversary to the Croatian Chapter!

    The Croatian Chapter of the Webster Alumni Association marked its 5th official anniversary by celebrating at the kavana Aida on the main square in Zagreb. On September 5th, seven alumni and the Chapter President enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere on the pretty open terrace. As the event was partially sponsored by Croatian alumni Damir and Tino Sevlić, the Chapter was even presented with a delicious Aida cake designed especially for them!

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