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Application deadline for Fall 2013 has been extended to June 1st.
Up to 2 scholarships are available for students who start their Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology this fall 2013.
Webster University, Vienna has been accepted by Prof. Michael E. Porter into his network “Microeconomics of Competitiveness” at the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School. Members of this network are leading business schools that collaborate in research and advising of governments and companies to increase their competitiveness.
Our graduation weekend started with the Honors Convocation Cocktail on the evening of May 17th. Over 100 people attended the celebration of the best students in the beautiful location of Palais Eschenbach. Sixteen awardees received their certificates. Families and friends were invited to join this proud moment.
This year's career event: "Psychology Careers Unveiled: From the Lab to the Real World" was an exciting mix covering a number of areas in psychology, which had not yet been presented in previous years: neuroscience, industrial medicine, tinnitus, family psychology, autism, drug abuse, and military psychology.
A Webster Vienna graduate, Armin Hübner, won the annual International Relations Thesis Prize. The prize is open to all International Relations graduate students within the entire Webster network. His thesis, Ghana and the Resource Curse, was supervised by Webster professor Dr. Eric Frey. Hübner earned his M.A. in International Relations and graduated in 2011.
Webster University Vienna is the first and only University in Austria to be recognized by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) as a Partner in Learning.