News and Events

  • Research Seminar by Dr Workie

    Business and management department faculty and graduate students in the MSc in Finance program were treated to a presentation by Dr. Menbere Workie about his current scholarship. The research seminar, entitled „Do Illicit Financial Flows Harm Economic Growth in Europe?“, delved into the magnitude and knock-on effects of illicit financial flows.

  • Webster Vienna's Community On Display During Spirit Week

    Webster Vienna's community pride was on display when it hosted its first Spirit Week, which brought together students, staff, faculty and alumni in a series of fun events. 

  • Bloomberg on the Vienna Campus

    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.

  • WePsYC Award 2020 - Webster Psychology Youth Conference

    The Psychology Department at Webster Vienna Private University will be organizing a youth conference for high school students who are engaged in a psychology research project within the remit of their "Vorwissenschaftliche Arbeit", "Diplomarbeit", or “IB extended essay”. Interested students are invited to submit a short summary of their research for evaluation by the program committee. Selected projects will then have the opportunity to present their research at the conference in the form of a poster. The best posters will receive prizes.

  • Webster Vienna Professor Dr. Punzi: Low Inflation Rates Generate Higher Income Inequality

    On October 31 and November 01, 2019, the SEACEN Center organized a two-day research seminar, pooling together delegates from 8 Central Banks in Asia: Cambodia, India, Mongolia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.

    Dr. Maria Teresa Punzi, Assistant Professor of Economics at WVPU, has been leading the project “The distributional Impact of Monetary Policy in SEACEN Economies.” Dr. Punzi, together with Dr. Ole Rummel, have chaired the two-day seminar, and Dr. Punzi opened the event by presenting an overview of the project as well as some preliminary findings.

  • The Psychology Department Head, Dr. Peter Walla, had one of his articles published in the Brain Sciences Journal

    In cooperation with the Centre for Translational Neuroscience and Mental Health Research (University of Newcastle - Australia) and with the Sydney Medical School (University of Sydney - Australia), Dr. Peter Walla had again of his articles published in a Neuroscience Journal (Brain Sciences). Do EEG and Startle Reflex Modulation Vary with Self-Reported Aggression in Response to Violent Images?

  • Students Got Spooked on Halloween

    On Halloween, students celebrated the American holiday by going to three haunted houses together. The Student Resource Center sponsored the event, and all faced their fears of zombies, clowns, and interesting oddities.

    Students then went on to enjoy the Student Government Association's annual Halloween Party.

  • Webster Vienna Welcomes Fall II 2019 New Students!

    Webster Vienna Private University welcomed the Fall II 2019 students in style at its New Student Orientation on Wednesday, October 23.

    Students from around the world came to Palais Wenkheim to learn all the tools, tips and tricks they need to succeed while at Webster Vienna.

    Through exploring campus in the Orientation Scavenger Hunt and workshops geared towards preparing them for their university experience, students gained a deeper understanding of their degree programs, the resources available on campus, and their colleauges.

  • WePsYC Awards 2020

    The Psychology Department at Webster Vienna Private University will be organizing a youth conference for high school students who are engaged in a psychology research project within the remit of their "Vorwissenschaftliche Arbeit", "Diplomarbeit", or “IB extended essay”. Interested students are invited to submit a short summary of their research for evaluation by the program committee. Selected projects will then have the opportunity to present their research at the conference in the form of a poster. The best posters will receive prizes.