Students’ Union (ÖH)
The student union of the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt Wieselburg Tulln is the legal representative of all students at the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt.
What we offer you:
- Legal and professional advice on issues with instructors, exams, lecturers, etc.
- Information on scholarships and grants
- A free plagiarism check
- A studio kitchen with a fridge and microwave
Do you need help organising your own events or would you like to find out about financial support for excursions?
Visit our website to learn more about our services and events. We look forward to hearing from you.
Friends’ Association (FHFV)
The “Fachhochschul-Förderverein Wiener Neustadt (FHFV)”, the “Friends’ Association of the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt” has three specific objectives:
The guiding principle of our activities is the very same that applies to your studies at this university: practice-oriented and at a high level.
Our objectives include both the non-material and material support of students, and we also want to promote the principles of Universities of Applied Sciences in general, and the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt in particular, as well as support its graduates. We deal with all concerns individually & pay attention to specific concerns.
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In order to anchor the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt even more securely in the regional economy, we use our extensive network. In doing so, we constantly strive to attract new members for our notable projects and for the goals of our association, so that we can supply all those who need it with support.
Offering an ear to students. FHFV.
Of course, we give support to students in need and are happy to provide the necessary help in keeping with the funds available. Additionally, we also provide grants for outstanding achievements.
Supporting the organisation of events, such as lectures and discussion meetings, complements our efforts to expand our network among members, lecturers, prospective and current students.
You are looking for:
- Psychological counselling in problem situations
- Assistance in overcoming crises
- Short-term psychological intervention
Is the chosen course of study the right one? How can I reconcile my studies, my private life and my job? When will the pandemic finally be over? Such questions buzz around in the heads of many students. A free hotline is available to students for these thoughts, where experienced psychologists listen professionally, empathetically and anonymously, talk to callers and provide assistance.
On Mondays from 2 to 4 p.m. and Thursdays from 9 to 11 a.m., those affected can call 0676/8283 175 17.
All information can be found here: Psychological telephone counseling