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Easy breathing and gentle stretching in Vienna

Is your neck tense, your back aching and you’re stressed? A yoga class could bring a little happiness into your everyday life – even on vacation or during a stay abroad in Vienna, you don’t have to give up your regular yoga practice. The city offers a variety of  studios and programs that allow you […]

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Get in shape in Vienna

As the warmer months approach, inviting us to unveil our summer wardrobe and dream of relaxing on the beach, the pursuit of fitness becomes more than just a routine – it becomes a journey towards self-confidence and health. Vienna, with its wealth of fitness options, is a beacon for anyone looking to sculpt, stretch and […]

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Summit conquerors by train from Vienna

Even if winter isn’t over yet and the temperatures are sometimes still in the single digits: The first warm rays of sunshine are a joy to our spirits and make us want to get moving. So if your hiking boots are tingling – you want to plan a wonderful weekend excursion that takes you to […]

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Veganuary: Plant based through Vienna

Embrace the green side of Vienna this Veganuary! Austria’s capital, renowned for its rich culture and history, offers a surprisingly diverse array of vegan delights. From cozy cafes to trendy eateries, Vienna indulges its visitors with a plethora of options, proving that vegan dining doesn’t mean compromising on taste. Let’s go with us through the […]

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Spooky Insights: Eerie Places in Vienna

Traveling to Vienna, you will notice the city’s hidden attractions in its haunting museums and gloomy corners. Discovering eight spine-inducing locales, ranging from the Foltermuseum to the Friedhof der Namenlosen, provides an enthralling glimpse into Vienna’s chilling past and intriguing stories. So let’s go! Torture Museum The Viennese Torture Museum, situated in an old air-raid […]

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Embrace the Joy of New Beginnings with a Happy New Year

If we embrace the saying “New year, new luck“, it’s time to take these wishes to heart. Researchers point out that happiness is within our grasp if we stick to certain principles. Believe in luck throughout the year Though often overlooked, luck takes center stage at New Year’s with the traditional hope encapsulated in “New […]

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It’s teatime in Vienna: Unique Spots for Tea Lovers

Vienna has a strong coffee tradition rooted in its culture. However, a hot cup of tea is called for when unwinding and enjoying the beautiful scenery. The city has numerous stylish tea salons and houses where tea is more than just a drink. Tourists or locals can experience tea’s special taste, diversity, and enjoyment. This […]

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Viennese Rhapsody: A New Year’s Eve Experience in Vienna

In Vienna, every New Year’s Eve is something special. Whether you’re in the city for just a day or two or for a longer visit, you’ll find a very traditional observance of New Year’s Eve in the city. The magnificent Austrian capital attaches great importance to tradition, as does the city of Vienna itself. You’ll […]

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The big opening: Vienna Christmas Markets

There is hardly any other time of year in Vienna that shines as much as it does around Christmas! When the first snowflakes fall and the whole city is shrouded in dim fairy lights, we love to stroll straight to the Vienna Christmas markets. As gingerbread and speculoos boxes in the supermarket are always a […]

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Self-organization in studies

Many students don’t realize it, but self-organization is one of the most important skills you need to successfully complete your studies. Many universities even offer courses that teach you the most important basics of self-organization. Most things are taken care of for you at school. You get a fixed timetable, the options are limited and […]

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Starting salary after graduation

After completing their studies, many graduates are faced with the same question: What salary can I expect when I graduate and how do I deal with the salary question during a job interview? Since your first salary has a pretty big impact on how much you will later earn in the company, it is important […]

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Realistic resolutions for the new semester

New semester, new goals. But before you build your own plans as high as the clouds, it’s better to concentrate on what’s achievable, says our columnist. And he has a few suggestions. At the beginning of the new semester, students like to plan a lot. Too much, if you ask me as a student advisor. […]

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Gaps in your CV

Gaps in your CV can quickly appear: long periods of unemployment between jobs, a break from your studies, maternity leave, illness, caring for a relative, a divorce – gaps in your CV are normal. But if you know how to deal with it, you will do better in job interviews. What are CV gaps? A […]

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Your scientific work – our personal guide

Even if we love to commit ourselves to topics like “Where is the best schnitzel?” or “What’s the best way to save money in my city?”, we must not forget why you are with us: Because you are a student. At the end of each course or semester, the notorious thesis is due. So today, […]

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Score with sympathy

Which of us hasn’t received this advice at least once before a job interview? Of course we all have – because who would want to deliberately appear unlikeable in that sort of situation? So this tip might not seem very helpful. On the other hand, maybe there are techniques we can use to make people […]

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