{{slide.title}}
{{slide.category}}
{{slide.post}}

Making a fast-growing progress

“My name is Alejandro de León. I was born and raised in Guatemala, a small but beautiful country in Latin America. I had the privilege to graduate from the Austrian-Guatemalan School, hence it seemed suitable to adventure myself in the viennese student life experience. And what better way to obtain an overwhelmingly authentic university feeling … Continued


Trends shaping the future of work

Iacopo Morchio is assistant professor at the Department of Economics. In this blog post he describes his current research on recent trends in European labour markets, and how they relate to this term’s question: “How will we work tomorrow?“. I have always been particularly interested in how economic systems, and the incentives they create, shape … Continued


Scholarship for graduating part-time students – FAQs

You are a student in an advanced phase of your degree programme and you are working during your studies? Then you might want to apply for a scholarship for students, who work while studying, for the academic year 2018/19 which can help you to get your degree. This blog entry summarises the most important information. … Continued


The new registration system

As of now, there are changes in the registration system for examinations and courses. Marlene Brugger from Teaching Affairs and Student Services explains everything you need to know in a blog post. The old registration system for courses and examinations clears its way for a new system… The registration system for courses and examinations on … Continued



Moving to Vienna: Initial experiences of a Visiting professor at the University of Vienna

Gareth Clay is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography at the University of Manchester, UK. Between June and November 2018, he is an Ida Pfeiffer Visiting Professor working in the Department of Geography and Regional Research at the Faculty of Earth Science, Geography and Astronomy. In his blog post, he talks about moving to a different … Continued

Back to top