Are you interested in enrolling in a WU bachelor’s or master’s program? Then make sure to mark your calendar now: Join us for the WU Bachelor’s Day on November 3 or the WU Master’s Day on November 4 to find out everything you need to know about your future degree program at Vienna University of Economics and Business – and this year, you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your own home to attend! This blog post will tell you what to expect.
WU Bachelor’s Day
This year’s WU Bachelor’s Day is happening online on November 2, 2020, from 2–6:00pm. These 4 hours will be packed full of information about Campus WU and our 3 bachelor’s degree programs: Business, Economics and Social Sciences, Business Law, and the new, English-taught Business and Economics program. Prospective students will also have the opportunity to ask questions and get individual answers in live chat sessions.
Schedule WU Bachelor’s Day on November 3, 2020
About WU & Campus WU
||Virtual tour of Campus WU (English with German subtitles)
||Introduction to WU (English)
English–taught bachelor’s program
German–taught bachelor’s programs
||Business, Economics and Social Sciences (in German)
|3:20–3:40pm (simultaneous presentations)
||Presentation of the 4 majors (for the Bachelor’s Program in Business, Economics and Social Sciences):
- Business Administration
- International Business Administration
- Economics and Socioeconomics
- Information Systems
||Business law (in German)
Tips & outlook
||How do I enroll in a WU program? (Study Information info session, in German)
||WU bachelor’s programs: Launching pad to a successful career (WU ZBP Career Center info session, in German)
You’re in? Then mark your calendar – the event link will be posted here on November 3!
WU Master’s Day
From 9:30am to 5:00pm on November 4, you’ll have the opportunity to learn everything you ever wanted to know about WU’s 7 German-taught and 8 English-taught master’s degree programs. We’ve prepared a series of 20-minute open lectures for prospective students, during which WU faculty members provide informative insights in what makes each program special. As an additional service, program representatives and members of the student services team will be on hand to answer your individual questions in live chat sessions.
Open lectures timetable
German-taught master’s programs
Tips & tricks
General information provided by the team of the Study Service Center/Admissions.
||How do I apply for a WU program?
English-taught master’s programs
You’d like to attend the WU Master’s Day on November 4? Then mark your calendar – the link to the open lectures will be posted here on November 4!