Image of participants for the 9th annual Alumni Symposium for Webster Vienna

Alumni Symposium Was a Success

The Webster Vienna Alumni Association welcomed over 150 alumni and guests to the 9th Annual Alumni Symposium at Palais Eschenbach.

Picture of crossfit studio. Webster VIenna Alumus is opening a new studio in Vienna

Alumni News: Will Sholda - Crossfit Viertel Zwei Opening

Webster Vienna alumnus, Wilhelm Andreas Scholda - MBA class of 2016, and his partners will host the soft opening of CrossFit Viertel Zwei.

Stand-Up comedian Yoram Bauman poses in front of a shop.

Stand-Up Economist Yoram Bauman

Webster Vienna welcomes the "world's first and only stand-up economist", who will also give a talk on carbon tax.

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Bloomberg Terminals Presentation

Bloomberg will be on campus November 30th to showcase their terminals to Webster students. 

Logo of Warwick Economic Summit. Webster Vienna Students are invited to attend.

Warwick Economics Summit 2018

Webster Vienna students have been invited to attend the Warwick Economics 2018 Summit. Those who attend will get the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and acquire insight in fields such as asset management, economics, and international relations.

Katarina Mathernova Lecture

Policy Lecture: Perspectives, Challenges & Myths of the Eastern Partnership

Katarína Mathernová (European Commission Deputy Director-General of DG NEAR) gives lecture on Perspectives, Challenges & Myths of the Eastern Partnership, on November 17th 2017.

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Keynote External Lecture

Dr. Nicholas Apergis of the University of Piraeus will present his research on fracking in Oklahoma at Webster Vienna on December 6th. 

Bloomberg event on November 21st

Make Your Mark With Bloomberg

The Career Development Center is happy to invite Webster Vienna students to a Bloomberg skills session and interview on November 21st, 2017 on campus.

Dr. Peter Walla gave a lecture at the university of music and performing arts in Vienna.

Life Is Motion Is Music

Dr. Peter Walla gave a keynote speech at the Vienna Symposium “Life is Motion is Music” on neurobiological and psychological perspectives on the brain’s function of movement production with a focus on affective and cognitive processing.

Careers in IR: Opportunities at the U.S. Department of State

Career Lunch with U.S. Mission's Foreign Service Officers on November 6th


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