Undergraduate Term and Registration Dates
Term Dates (2016-2017)
Term Dates: May 16 - July 8, 2016
Fall I, 2016
Term Dates: August 22 - October 14, 2016 (break-week: October 17 - 21, 2016)
Semester Dates: August 22 - December 9, 2016
Fall II, 2016
Term Dates: October 24 - December 16, 2016
Spring I, 2017
Term Dates: January 16 – March 10, 2017
Semester Dates: January 16 - May 5, 2017 (break-week: March 13 – 17, 2017)
Spring II, 2017
Term Dates: March 20 – May 12, 2017 (break-week: May 15 - 19, 2017)
Term Dates (2017 - 2018)
Term Dates: May 22 - July 14, 2017
Fall I, 2017
Term Dates: August 21 - October 13, 2017 (break-week: October 16 - 20, 2017)
Fall II, 2017
Term Dates: October 23 - December 15, 2017
Spring I, 2018
Term Dates: January 15 - March 9, 2018 (break-week: March 12 - 16, 2018)
Spring II, 2018
Term Dates: March 19 - May 11, 2018
All fees indicated below are applicable from Summer, 2016 - Spring II, 2017.
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Academic advisors will inform students when the registration period begins. Seniors (minimum of 90 credit hours earned) and Juniors (minimum of 60 credit hours earned) will also be informed of specific days reserved for them to register during the first week of registration.
Appointment schedules for the first three weeks of registration will be posted by the academic advisors. Tuition payments must be paid by Friday of BREAK WEEK to avoid a late registration fee. Payments made after this date must be accompanied by a late fee of € 80.
New Students should register for their courses with their academic advisor after placement tests are completed. Placement tests are scheduled by the admissions staff. After registering, new students must pay their tuition during week 1 of the term in order to avoid a late registration fee. Tuition payments must be paid by Friday of WEEK 1 to avoid a late registration fee of €80.
ESLG Students must receive a recommendation for course placement from the English coordinator before they meet with their academic advisor. ESLG students will be required to take a TOEFL exit exam at the end of their ESLG program.
The last day to register for classes is on the Friday before classes begin. Please note that all courses have class limits. Therefore, students are encouraged to register for courses at the beginning of the registration period to ensure a space is reserved for them in the course they want to enroll in.
Students must fill out an add or drop form for each course they wish to add or drop and submit the form to their undergraduate advisor during regular office hours by the following deadlines:
Add: Week 1 of the term. A request to add a course after missing the first class session must be approved by the instructor.
Drop: Week 1 and 2 of the term
Withdrawal: Students may withdraw from courses after the official drop/add period (from WEEK 3) up to and including the Friday of the sixth week of an eight-week course and the Friday of the twelfth week of a semester course.
From Monday of the third week of classes, students who withdraw from courses will receive only a partial refund or no refund at all in accordance with the refund schedule given in the Undergraduate Studies Catalogue, on the Webster Vienna web site www.webster.ac.at, and in the Webster Bulletin. Full-time semester student tuition refunds are made after a semester only if drops and/or withdrawals reduce the credit load below 12 credit hours.
Note for undergraduate students planning to study abroad: Webster students attending other Webster campuses pay their home campus tuition rate for up to 5 terms (or 6 terms, if the 6th term is Fall II or Spring II of an Academic Year). If a student stays longer than 5 terms at another campus, they are considered as transfers to that campus and begin paying the tuition fee of their new home campus. Please speak with your Finance Officer regarding specifics of tuition fees for Webster site transfer. Related to the Austrian Accreditation of Webster Vienna Private University (Privatuniversität), there are academic restrictions to the duration of study abroad. Please see your advisor for further details.
Textbooks and other printed materials required for Webster Vienna coursework are complementary with tuition. For further information about our textbook policy and how to obtain books for online courses please refer to http://webster.ac.at/textbook-service.