Graduation and Doctoral Thesis Celebration on 22 November, 2017

On 22 November, 2017, the University of Salzburg warmly congratulated graduates who celebrated their graduations and/or completion of doctoral theses.


LLB.oec.: Florian Bachmayr, Altheim.

Mag.iur.: Clemens Mitmesser, Bischofshofen; Verena-Maria Niedrist, Mittersill; Johannes Moser, Janine De Monte, Teresa Hofer, Sarah Katharina Korn, Birgit Wulz, Salzburg.

LLM.oec.: Florian Justl LLB.oec., Attnang-Puchheim; Eva Victoria Kamptner LLB.oec., Garsten; Julia Spiessberger LLB.oec., Salzburg.

Dr.rer.oec.: Elisabeth Steinhauser LLB.oec. LLM.oec., Salzburg.

Kultur-und Gesellschaftswissenschaften  

B.Ed.Univ.: Franziska Mühlbacher, Wilhering.

BA: Miriam Fürst, Linz; Jessica Hörl, Bischofshofen; Kathrin Claudia Hamader, Claudia Stiftinger, Linz; Alen Hocko, Salzburg.

Mag.phil.: Tobias Wagner, Linz; Sarah Bauer, Salzburg; Romana Winkler, Gampern; Iris-Hannah Wiesbauer, Taufkichen; Theresa Leitner, Seitenstetten; Lisa Huber, Mag.phil. Ingrid Prinker-Dursun, Linz; Claudia Schmiedseder, Fraham; Helene Reiter, Neufelden; Ulrike Gruber, Hüttschlag.

Master of Arts Studium: Eva Kiesel, Anna Maria Eder BA, Salzburg; Stefan Martin, Elixhausen; Rebekka Mayrhofer BA, Salzburg.

Dr.phil.: Mag.phil. Gabriele Catharina Ott, Pöndorf; Kamran Gasanov Bakk.phil., Moskau.


Mag.rer.nat.: Julian David Bergmüller, Werfen.

MSc Studium: Christoph Waldhart BSc, Telfs.


BSc: Lukas Scharnagl, Puch bei Hallein.

Mag.rer.nat.: Carola Helletsgruber, Natternbach; Alexander Mayrhofer, Hallein; Anna Mistelberger, Niederneukirchen; Manuela Radauer, Thalgau; Romana Mahringer, St. Peter; Anamarija Petricevic, Braunau am Inn; Lisa Fischinger, Mattsee.

MSc Studium: Matthias Pichler BSc, Anif/Niederalm; Julia Wanek BSc, Grödig; Marion Raml BSc, Hellmonsödt; Florian Kritzinger BSc, Seewalchen.

Dr.rer.nat.: Sophie Katharina Kitzmüller B.rer.nat. MSc, Salzburg; Lorenz Aglas BSc., MSc., St. Koloman; Mag.rer.nat. Isabella Uhl B A, Linz; Mag.phil. Simone Gadocha-Gangl, Munderfing.

Mag. G. Pfeifer


Universität Salzburg


Tel: 8044-2435

E-mail to Mag. G. Pfeifer

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