Who answers questions on degree programmes?

Information facilities of the University of Vienna

StudiesServiceCenters (SSC) and StudiesServiceUnits (SSS)

Each degree programme has a StudiesServiceCenter (SSC) or a StudiesServiceUnit (SSS) which informs you about the course of study and the administration of your studies. These facilities of the University of Vienna are central contact points whenever you have questions on your degree programme.

On the websites of your SSC/SSS you can find important information on your degree programme, relevant news and, in most cases, forms for download.

Here you can find a list of all directorates of studies and StudiesServiceCenters

Beratungssituation, ein Mann und eine Frau sitzen sich an einem Tisch gegenüber.

Open days at the University of Vienna

The University of Vienna actively strives to assist prospective students in choosing their degree programmes and organises the events UniOrientiert - the open days for those interested in studying and MasterDay@UniVienna each year in April.

UniOrientiert offers pupils and prospective students the opportunity to get informed about the various different degree programmes and student life at more than 40 information stands. A diverse programme (info presentations, trial lectures, live open lectures and guided tours) gives those interested in studying the opportunity to experience the University of Vienna first hand.

MasterDay gives center stage to the range of master programmes offered at the University of Vienna. Prospective students who would like to know what they can do after completing their bachelor degree can get advice at the information stands and info presentations of faculty representatives about the respective degree programmes and the admission procedure.

Studieninteressierte lassen sich bei Infoständen bei UniOrientiert 2017 beraten.

Education fairs

The University of Vienna is regularly represented at education fairs throughout Austria. Prospective students can get detailed information on the range of degree programmes and the admission procedure at the University of Vienna as well as other study-specific topics:

Messebesucher auf der BeSt³ Messe in der Wiener Stadthalle.

Other information facilities

Austrian National Union of Students (ÖH)

The Austrian National Union of Students (ÖH) represents the interests of students, functions as their political representation and offers various information services.

The Austrian National Union of Students of the University of Vienna (ÖH Uni Wien) is the advocacy group for all students of the University of Vienna. Their counselling services help students who are having difficulties in their studies.

The Austrian National Union of Students gives pupils and those interested in studying the possibility to get informed about the range of degree programmes and to get in touch with other students. Furthermore, the counselling office for secondary school graduates of their federal representation offers advice on the choice of degree programme, the admission requirements and the start of your studies.

Beratungssituation

Students' representatives of the University of Vienna

The students' representatives are facilites established by the Austrian National Union of Students of the University of Vienna.

The students' representatives are the central contact points for students of the respective degree programme. Their main function is the representation of students' interests. They can help with everyday problems at university, uncertainties regarding your curriculum, planning your semester, and much more. The students' representatives of each degree programme are happy to assist (prospective) first-year students even before the semester starts in their first semester counselling. Apart from this, during their consulting hours they provide prospective students with information on course contents.

Every two years, the students' representatives are elected in the ÖH elections, in which you can vote for individuals. They act on the bottom level of the Austrian National Union of Students.

Ein Student fragt am Ende einer Vorlesung die Veranstaltungsleiterin noch etwas