“I have to admit that I did not really follow a linear path towards the master’s programme in Science – Technology – Society. As I am the child of parents who had not studied themselves, it was helpful that I could try out different degree programmes without having to go through a challenging entrance exam … Continued
“Indecisiveness has always been my greatest enemy. At the University of Vienna, I could convert my weaknesses into strengths. My name is Ludmila Peterková. I come from Slovakia, but I am of Russian origin, which is why I grew up bilingually. I was not only exposed to languages at home, but I also found them … Continued
“In the beginning, my journey at the University of Vienna was not what one would call linear. I guess some students can sympathise with me in this regard. I had to change my degree programme several times and attend courses from different programmes before finally finding my ‘home’ at the Faculty of Computer Science. Without … Continued
“Most of my colleagues already knew which career path to take after completing the degree programme in Pharmacy, which prepares students for the profession of the pharmacist. The study abroad mobility schemes Non-EU Student Exchange Program and ERASMUS allowed me to look beyond the horizon of the “usual” job description during my diploma programme at … Continued
Are you currently writing your thesis? Then you will surely have noticed that strategies that may have worked for shorter papers do not work for theses. The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has compiled tips that you can easily put into practice and that will help you plan your bachelor’s or master’s thesis.
The University of Vienna’s blog articles on remote learning often recommend working together in (study) groups. In this article, we share tips on how to make the most of working in groups.
“I study mathematics and chemistry to obtain a teaching degree. What is most exciting about my studies? Besides the content of the subjects, I especially enjoy working with the school students. Of course, this should also be part of the studies, which is why each teaching subject includes practical training at school. Some of you … Continued
Marion Borderon is a population geographer and member of CoVprehension, a collective of researchers working together to answer burning questions on the mechanisms of COVID-19 for a broad audience. In this blogpost, Marion describes the process.
The current semester is probably going differently than you had expected: During the period of remote learning exams are held online and courses take place via video conference. These exceptional circumstances bring a lot of uncertainties with them. The CTL has collected four tips for dealing with uncertain situations.
Some exams include open questions for which you need to write a longer answer. In this article we have compiled tips and advice on how to deal with this type of exam in remote learning.
Is your schedule not always working out or are tasks taking much longer than anticipated? The CTL has compiled the following tips to help you improve the way you study. Implement what you deem helpful.