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Staff Training Week @ the University of Vienna am 25. June 2018
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Staff Training Week @ the University of Vienna

Many central Service Units hosted a Staff Training Week from June 4 to June 6 of 2018. 43 employees from 34 partner universities from Europe, Israel and China visited different university locations and exchanged with colleagues from the University of Vienna. Read here about our guest´s experiences.

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(c) Wetzel

“Die Staff Week war ein voller Erfolg. Ich hatte drei wunderschöne und spannende Tage mit viel Abwechslung und wahnsinnig vielen Eindrücken. 
Danke an das ganze Team für diese Erfahrung!” -Jamaine Wetzel, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität Münster, Deutschland

 

 

(c) Astraka

“Prosperous exchange of working methods! Glad to find out that no one is perfect :). There is always room for improvement and many ways to achieve it. University of Vienna was beautiful and Austrians are surprisingly warm polite and funny people! Excellent level of participants.Congratulations to the organizers for the selection and the whole organization.” – Georgia Astraka, National University of Athens, Athens, Greece

 

(c) Bronsdijk

 

“It was a very interesting Staff Training at the University of Vienna! I visited the department of Corporate Communications and exchanged a lot of information with their friendly staff. When I arrive home I can’t wait to tell my colleagues about all the new ideas I have picked up!” -Myrthe Bronsdijk, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands

 

 

 

 

If you are also interested in mobility opportunities not only for students but also academic staff visit the Website of the International Office :).



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