From 17 November 2020 onwards, courses will be held in a digital format, as far as possible. Here, you can get up-to-date information about the semester and about the culture of studying and holding exams at the University of Vienna.

Studying and exams – Things worth knowing about studying

Studying: on site, remotely, in hybrid form

University of Vienna - Overview

Studying and completing achievements (exams) at the University means that you have a lot of freedom on the one hand, but also a lot of responsibility, on the other. The biggest difference to student life at school, universities of applied sciences and some other universities is the organisation of studies, which is characterised by planning your schedule of classes relatively freely.

Freedom to study.

The courses and exams that you have to take (regardless of their form, i.e. on-site, digital or hybrid) are not specified entirely in a strict schedule. They are a combination of your degree programme’s curriculum and the range of courses offered in the current semester.

Teachers use various digital learning platforms. Here, the learning platform Moodle is a crucial tool. You can find an overview of the different tools on the service pages of the Vienna University Computer Center (ZID).

Teacher talking in front of students in a course.

© Universität Wien / Barbara Mair

Assistance in planning your schedule of classes

Information about modes of teaching and assessment

Simplify learning (univie blog)

Time management

study-groups

avoid-time-wasters

Getting an insight

Studens talking.

© Universität Wien / Barbara Mair

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