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Vienna University of Economics and Business
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Language of instruction
Level of study
Inbound exchange webpage: click here.
Course catalogue: click here.
Courses in English
More than 250 English-taught courses are offered each term, covering all core fields of business and economics as well as related areas. Some courses are offered in block format to make scheduling easier.
Courses in German
Incoming exchange students can also attend courses taught in German. Courses & FAQs for bachelor’s and master’s students: click here.
Although WU has seven different examination types, approx. 90% of courses available to incoming exchange students are continuous assessment (“PI”) courses. These courses are highly interactive courses including lectures, case studies, papers, presentations, and group projects. Exams and tests are held during the regular course sessions, and there is no special exam week at the end of the semester.
Attendance and participation
Attendance is mandatory in all continuous assessment courses (“PI”), which account for 90% of all courses at WU.
WU’s online registration system LPIS allows students to register for courses even if they overlap. As attendance is mandatory, it is the students’ responsibility to only register for courses they can attend in full.
Course registration is based on a first-come, first-served principle; therefore, we strongly recommend that students choose two back-up courses in case their registration for their preferred courses is not successful. Bachelor students can only attend bachelor level courses, master students only master level courses. Course numbers at WU have a purely administrative function and change every semester.
Exam dates depend on the courses chosen. There is no specific examination period for all courses.
Students are expected to take a full workload at WU, which corresponds to 24 to 30 ECTS credits. The maximum course load is 36 ECTS credits excluding language courses.
1 credit point at Victoria University of Wellington = 0.5 ECTS
This Exchange is restricted to the Faculty of Law. Exchange to WU is only possible for the Winter Semester (October to February)