Administrative Issues

IMPORTANT: If you are registered for any of our courses, you will receive an e-mail confirmation that you are either "registered" or "on waiting list" and you MUST attend the respective first session.

Failure to turn up or contact us in advance usually results in your losing your place on the course. If there is an important reason (e.g.illness, death in the family) for not being able to attend the first session, you must inform us IN WRITING as soon as possible, in any case before the beginning of the first session (note: in the case of you spontaneously falling sick and not being able to report to us before the actual meeting, we will still seek to accommodate your participation if you provide medical evidence of your situation in retrospect).

Alternative work requirements do not qualify as important reasons for absence, nor do conflicting study appointments with other universities.

Conflicting study appointments within our own Faculty MAY constitute a reason for absence, however, you need to co-ordinate with us in advance.

Please note further that all Master courses require that your admission to either of the Master programs (066 914 or 066 915) has been completed by the time of your course registration on UNIVIS/U:SPACE.

Students must be correctly registered for the relevant class BEFORE it starts. Registration for students on the waiting list needs to be clarified after the first session at the latest. Please contact our office for any concerns around registration. Students without registration cannot be graded! Please find more information here.

We update logistical information on all our courses (access restrictions, rooms, lecture times, etc.) on the online “Course Catalogue”. Please consult the course catalogue for such details. Moreover, we publish ample information on course contents on our own WWW pages.

If you have additional questions, please send an email to strategic-managementATunivie.ac.at.

Please understand, however, that we do not have the resources to reply to emails inquiring about information which we have already published elsewhere.