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Information, Curricula, Forms etc.

The faculty flyer gives you an initial overview.  In the navigation (left) please select the study program of the faculty for which you are looking for information.

A collection of forms from the exam-department of the Faculty for Cultural Studies (KGW) can be found here.

Please also note the information provided by the student representatives for Pedagogics.

Office for Student Affairs

Margret Eder-Neuhauser Tel .: + 43/662 / 8044-4202

Christina Weissenbach Tel .: + 43/662 / 8044-4242

Opening hours:

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu: 09: 30-11: 30

Mon, Wed: 14:30-16:00

closed on Fridays!

Commission for curricular affairs (Curriculum Commission)

The Chairman of the Curriculum Commission (CuCo) since 1st March 2014  is Dr. Andreas Paschon.

For questions about internships (approval / clarification), please contact Dr. Sylvia Eder, the deputy chair of CuCo , directly.

Consultation Hours in the Summer Semester 2018

Monday 11 till 12 o'Clock in the Office for Student Affairs (Room  2.207)

Consultation Hours during the holidaytime:

Mi 19.09. 16-18
Mi 26.09 10-12

 

Recognition of Courses:

General information issued by the University, such as how to fill out the electronic recognition forms can be found in Plusonline (guide).

Specific information from the Department of Educational Science (Curriculum Commission) for BA Education and MA Educational Science. The aforementioned ‘ Form’ (for the recognition of compulsory and / or optional subjects) can be obtained in combination with a personal consultation in the office for student affairs during the usual opening hours.

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