Tell us your story.

Tell us your story. You can go through studies in one way or another. Especially at the University of Vienna, there are many ways through studies. But of course, you know better than us. We think it is important to illustrate these different ways through studies. This is why we want to hear your personal … Continued


10 things I wish I had known before starting university

Starting and continuing your studies is tricky. Therefore it helps to know the tricks of the trade where you can find the information you are looking for and who will support you in solving a certain problem. The Teaching Affairs and Student Services passes on some tips to you thanks to their student advisory service. … Continued




My experience at univie: summer school 2018

Mariam took part at the univie: summer school for International and European Studies 2018 in Strobl organized by the Sommerhochschule (SHS) of the University of Vienna. In this blog post she tells you about the courses, free time activities and her personal highlights like discovering traditional Austrian music and culture with her new international friends. … 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


All things Trashy! A Postgraduate Conference

Elisabeth Lechner is an Uni:Docs Fellow at the Department of English and American Studies at the University of Vienna, for the upcoming conference “Trash” she writes about the themes and theories behind this seemingly unorthodox title: All things Trashy! Trash. Postgraduate Conference Trash is everywhere: the superfluous, the unwanted, that which is too much, that … Continued



Business, Economics and Statistics – The Admission Procedure: How to register in 5 easy steps

The first professor of economic affairs was appointed in 1763 as part of the University of Vienna’s legal faculty. Today the Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics is one of 15 faculties of the University of Vienna and is located at Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz. Approximately 5,000 students study business administration, international business administration, economics, and statistics. The … Continued


CHAGS XI – The Student Organizing Committee

The 11th Conference on Hunter and Gatherer Societies – CHAGS XI for short – will be held for the first time in Vienna in September, 2015. As the biggest CHAGS yet, the interdisciplinary conference will include two keynote speakers, five plenary sessions, 52 regular sessions, and about 500 participants. The conference will be a joint … Continued


Living Book Day – Review by Flor Trillo

As part of the 650th Anniversary of the University of Vienna, the “Living Book Day” took place on 29 April, in collaboration with the career service [UNIPORT] and the Main Library that are both part of the University of Vienna. The event was characterised by the presence of 65 renowned people including students or academics of … Continued

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Tell us your story.

Tell us your story. You can go through studies in one way or another. Especially at the University of Vienna, there are many ways through studies. But of course, you know better than us. We think it is important to illustrate these different ways through studies. This is why we want to hear your personal … Continued


10 things I wish I had known before starting university

Starting and continuing your studies is tricky. Therefore it helps to know the tricks of the trade where you can find the information you are looking for and who will support you in solving a certain problem. The Teaching Affairs and Student Services passes on some tips to you thanks to their student advisory service. … Continued




My experience at univie: summer school 2018

Mariam took part at the univie: summer school for International and European Studies 2018 in Strobl organized by the Sommerhochschule (SHS) of the University of Vienna. In this blog post she tells you about the courses, free time activities and her personal highlights like discovering traditional Austrian music and culture with her new international friends. … 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


All things Trashy! A Postgraduate Conference

Elisabeth Lechner is an Uni:Docs Fellow at the Department of English and American Studies at the University of Vienna, for the upcoming conference “Trash” she writes about the themes and theories behind this seemingly unorthodox title: All things Trashy! Trash. Postgraduate Conference Trash is everywhere: the superfluous, the unwanted, that which is too much, that … Continued



Business, Economics and Statistics – The Admission Procedure: How to register in 5 easy steps

The first professor of economic affairs was appointed in 1763 as part of the University of Vienna’s legal faculty. Today the Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics is one of 15 faculties of the University of Vienna and is located at Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz. Approximately 5,000 students study business administration, international business administration, economics, and statistics. The … Continued


CHAGS XI – The Student Organizing Committee

The 11th Conference on Hunter and Gatherer Societies – CHAGS XI for short – will be held for the first time in Vienna in September, 2015. As the biggest CHAGS yet, the interdisciplinary conference will include two keynote speakers, five plenary sessions, 52 regular sessions, and about 500 participants. The conference will be a joint … Continued


Living Book Day – Review by Flor Trillo

As part of the 650th Anniversary of the University of Vienna, the “Living Book Day” took place on 29 April, in collaboration with the career service [UNIPORT] and the Main Library that are both part of the University of Vienna. The event was characterised by the presence of 65 renowned people including students or academics of … Continued

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