Studying remotely

Studying remotely

Courses and exams will continue to be held in a digital format, as far as possible. This website provides up-to-date information, tips and tricks as well as the most important FAQs on studying remotely for students. 

FAQ: Who to ask about ...?

You can find the quickest answers to your questions here.

You probably had a different idea of your studies at the University of Vienna: Full lecture halls, meeting a lot of fellow students, finding your way around campus together and socialising with new friends. Studying under corona conditions, however, means that everything is a bit different. The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has therefore compiled some tips for you on how to get the “university feeling” anyway.

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Blog Posts

17.05.2021
 

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has compiled six tips on how to make the most of working in study groups.

17.05.2021
 

Just like seminar papers and exams, presentations are a key element for many students in their degree programme. With the change to digital courses,...

17.05.2021
 

Tips and tricks on how to create your optimal studying environment at home, enhance your well-being and achieve a better study-life balance.

17.05.2021
 

An oral exam is coming up and you are not sure how you can best prepare for it in addition to studying? Here the most important tips!

17.05.2021
 

Studying remotely can turn your daily routine upside down. This makes it all the more important to create your own structures.

17.05.2021
 

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has compiled tips to support you in preparing for texam situations in which using learning materials is...

FAQs Organisation of studies

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What should I do if I am suspected to have contracted COVID-19?
How do courses/exams currently take place?
Can I currently use the services provided by the Language Centre, Uniport or USI?
Where can I get vaccinated?
How and where can I find reliable information about COVID-19?
What information and guidance are available about studying for persons with impairments, persons facing travel restrictions, persons who have to self-isolate, etc.?

FAQs courses, exams and submissions

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Can exam documents be viewed online?
I cannot come to the University to attend a course/sit an exam (risk groups, quarantine, entry restriction). What should I do?
What do I do if problems occur occasionally during a digital written exam?
I have a problem with a course or exam date. What can I do?

FAQs International

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As an exchange student, what do I have to consider?

Who to ask about...?

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the beginning of my studies?
the organisation of studies?
study-related matters?
a specific course?
international matters?
psychological counselling for students?

 Do you have any further questions?

If you have further questions about your degree programme, please contact the StudiesServiceCenter (SSC), StudiesServiceUnit (SSS) of your degree programme.