Our offers and projects

Youth Science Competition of the University of Vienna

In the Youth Science Competition the University of Vienna is looking for young and original answers to seven major questions which are currently concerning our society:

How will we work tomorrow? What unites Europe? How can we save the climate of our planet?
How much does democracy mean to us? Health from the lab - what is possible? How are we living in tomorrow´s digital future? How does migration change Europe?

Pupils from grade 9 onwards who attend a school in Austria were allowed to participate. The answer to one of the questions had to be provided in the form of a written scientific paper.

Youth Science Competition


Our offers for school classes

The project "School meets Uni" offers school classes the possibility to visit the University of Vienna and to experience it first hand. In one-hour info presentations we provide a general overview of the differences between school and university, on our degree programmes and the admission procedure at the University of Vienna.

On request, we can organise guided tours through the Main Building of the University of Vienna. The guided tours cost €35 per school class, whereby the maximum number of participants is approximately 30 people.

In addition, the library of the University of Vienna offers free guided tours especially for school classes. You can book a library tour at the following website:
https://bibliothek.univie.ac.at/schuelerinnen-fuehrungen.html

Are you interested in one of our presentations for school classes?
Send us an e-mail to: schule-trifft-uni@univie.ac.at

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SchülerInnen bei einem Vortrag.


Team Barrierefrei

Within the University of Vienna, the staff members of Team Barrierefrei take care of the issues disability, impairment and accessibility. They assist students with impairments in organising support, such as the needed adaptation of examinations (e.g. audible text for the blind), exeptions in courses (e.g. the recovery of learning content for people who had to stay in hospital) or planning their semester (e.g. stepless access to lecture rooms for students in wheelchairs). Team Barrierefrei also offers counselling and presentations. It provides information on the possibilities for support for students with different kinds of impairments at the University of Vienna (e.g. website, brochure).

Eine Studentin liest auf einem Speziallesegerät.


Further offers for pupils and school classes at the University of Vienna

Grüne Schule at the Botanical Garden

Who knows the trick of the lotus blossom? What does a living fossil look like? Where does Vienna's biggest bamboo grove grow?

The Botanical Garden of the University of Vienna offers school classes a unique opportunity to experience nature and explore plants in the middle of the city, 

The aim of the project Grüne Schule (Green School) is to give pupils an understanding of the fascinating world of plants. Guided tours and workshops stimulate the interest in researching and exploring nature. Expertise, stunning details and inspiring histories as well as the didactic mediation take centre stage - an exciting and adecuate provision of knowledge for our young generation.

Click here to know more (in German)

Try out Theology

What are theological studies actually about? How is the degree programme run and which career opportunities exist?

Your individual open day at the Faculty of Protestant Theology allows for these and other questions and enables you to experience university at first hand. You will get the chance to attend lectures, talk to students and teachers and get to know the library and faculty.

For questions or your registration, send us an e-mail to uniluft.etf@univie.ac.at.

Click here for more information and the flyer (in German).


 

 

 


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