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Learning tips #1: How can I simplify learning at home?

Learning the right way is especially tough under the current circumstances. Your daily routine has changed and switching to remote learning requires you to work independently. Learning techniques cannot take the load of learning off your shoulders, but they help you structure and optimise the way you study. It is important that you choose the … Continued


Four hacks for effective remote learning

This unusual situation is a challenge for students and teachers alike. The current change from face-to-face teaching to remote learning alters the daily routine we are used to and that reliably structured our studies and our learning progress week after week. Therefore, structuring your personal routine is essential.


Learning tips #1: How can I simplify learning at home?

Learning the right way is especially tough under the current circumstances. Your daily routine has changed and switching to remote learning requires you to work independently. Learning techniques cannot take the load of learning off your shoulders, but they help you structure and optimise the way you study. It is important that you choose the … Continued


“A two week immersion in fin-de-siècle Vienna”

“Coming from a small university in the city I’ve lived in all my life, the prospect of doing an Erasmus student exchange at the University of Vienna couldn’t have been more exciting. My BA programme in European Studies at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland requires me to complete two semesters abroad, studying through a foreign … Continued


“Sport means more than toning my biceps”

“Sport means much more to me than just toning my biceps and trying to improve my performance. I am studying Sport Science because it allows me to combine academic knowledge with other approaches. I do sport out of enthusiasm, creativity, pleasure as well as out of passion. I read a lot about the evolution, consciousness … Continued


Sharing knowledge

“What should I do after graduating from secondary school? This is a frequently asked question that worried me a lot. Starting to work sounds exciting and allows you to make a living. Taking a gap year sounds relaxing, but it requires a fat wallet. A degree programme offers many opportunities and gives you freedom too. … Continued


“Hold on to your dreams”

“I have always been one of those students who do everything pretty quickly. I was not driven by ambition, but rather by enthusiasm and a thirst for knowledge. I was always convinced that I had chosen the right degree programme. Student life was tons of fun and I really enjoyed it. It all changed when, … Continued


“I will not shy back “

“The teacher education programme in Biology allows me to look at nature from entirely different perspectives. Over the course of my studies, I caugth biophilia, which is quite common among nature lovers. It resulted in new hobbies such as birdwatching, microscopic examinations, botanical and zoological outdoor excursions for species identification and participating in lectures. I … Continued


“I have learned a lot for life”

“Playing in the orchestra of the University of Vienna has accompanied me throughout my entire studies – from my first lecture in the bachelor’s programme in Mathematics to the master’s thesis I am currently working on. The rehearsals provide an opportunity to find balance to studying and I have gotten around quite a bit with … Continued


Not all beginnings are difficult

As a prospective student, you are confronted with new terms and procedures when taking your first steps into university. This blog post shall help you find your way to admission for degree programmes with entrance exam procedure. Update: January 2020 Please note: Depending on your citizenship (EU/EEA or non-EU/EEA) and language level different documents for … Continued

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