Advisory Board

Wenkheim Countdown: 8 Weeks

Although still two months away from opening, Palais Wenkheim has begun to liven up as it hosted its first two events this week. Yesterday, a press conference was held to discuss Webster Vienna's up-coming move. Also, today, the Webster Vienna Advisory Board met and enjoyed their first tour of the renovated building.

With small chats in the atrium and refreshments in the library, the new building has already demonstrated its ideal environment for hosting both Webster and international events.

LMU Summer School

Webster partner in Munich International Summer University

Seventeen students from the National University of Singapore had a taste of the Webster Vienna experience this June by attending courses at Webster and staying in the Webster Residence Am Augarten. They came as part of a Summer Academy on European studies organized by the Munich International Summer University (MISU) at Ludwig‐Maximilians‐Universität Munich (LMU). The  International Relations Department at Webster Vienna Private University is a partner in the academy for the first time, and the cooperation with LMU was initiated by Webster International Relations professor, Dr.

Dr. Schubert examines China's Maritime Policy at MPSA

Over 5000 participants attended the 2014 Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) Conference from 3 to 6 of April in Chicago. Numerous topics were covered, including many that are interdisciplinary and draw scholars from different fields, thus providing a variety of perspectives.

Palais Wenkheim

WebMUN 2014

Don’t miss your opportunity to join Webster’s Model United Nations conference this fall in Palais Wenkheim


ISMTF Conference 2014

International Schools Mathematics Teachers Foundation (ISMTF) will hold its 2014 conference at Webster’s Wenkheim campus Nov. 14 – 16.(
ISMTF, a non-profit foundation of math teachers at international schools is scheduled to hold its bi-annual conference at Webster’s new campus.

Reception Model vs. Real

Wenkheim Countdown: 9 Weeks

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014
It's once again Wenkheim Wednesday and we are now just 9 weeks away from the start of the Fall semester at the new Palais Wenkheim. This week, we are taking a look back at a few of the original campus models, drafted before our renovations. We are very proud of how far we have come and are excited as the next few weeks take us even closer to the finish line.

Palais Wenkheim

Students to resolve energy crisis in new Webster Campus

Don’t miss your opportunity to join Webster’s Model United Nations conference this fall in Palais Wenkheim Webster will host the first edition of Webster University Model United Nations, WebMUN 2014, with the theme of “Energy issues of the 21st century”. The conference will take place from October 18 to 21 in the new Webster campus, located in the handsome Palais Wenkheim in the heart of Vienna. As part of Model UN, students participate in simulated conferences as country delegates, drafting resolutions and working together to solve crises and world issues. Model UN helps participants develop research, public speaking, debating, writing, teamwork, critical thinking and leadership skills.

Fountain bench

Wenkheim Wednesday: 10 Weeks!

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014
Only ten more weeks 'til we officially  open the doors to Palais Wenkheim and begin a new chapter in Webster history.  This week will be the final week for our construction workers as they briskly finish up the final touches to the building's mill work.

Since last week, the library's project rooms have nearly been completed. The rooms now feature comfortable booth seating, surrounding each room's large work table. In addition, sliding glass doors have been added to the rooms.

Balkan Flood Relief Project

Webster Vienna would like to recognize Ivan Prnja and Uros Nikolic, the initiators of the flood relief project that was going on at our campus for the past two weeks and all those who contributed to the cause.

Wenkheim Countdown: 11 weeks!

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014
We must wait only 11 more weeks until our students move into Webster's new campus, Palais Wenkheim. As the millwork continues, the Palais begins to look more and more like a university campus every day (apart from the giant machine being used for painting touch-ups in the Atrium). Today, we got a glimpse of the workers carrying in a few of the classroom desk/chairs and watched as they carried each of them up the stairs and into the classrooms. The chairs seen below are special swivel chairs which will be used in six of the university's classrooms. They will continue to move in more furniture during the upcoming weeks.


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