Studying Educational Science: Juliane Achleitner has discovered research for herself

Juliane Achleitner comes from Bad Goisern at Hallstättersee. She is the first of her family who decided to study at the university. Last year she completed her bachelor’s degree in Educational Science. She is currently studying Adult and Vocational Education and Social and Integration Pedagogy, works as a tutor and study assistant and is involved in the Maturant*innenberatung (Student Advisory Service) of the ÖH (Austrian Student Union). In this interview she tells us what moved her to tears, what experiences she would like to pass on and why her heart beats for research.

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Writing texts for the Internet

Sanat Seidekhanov is currently spending three months at the university’s Department of Slavonic Studies as a visiting researcher. Originally from Kazakhstan, the linguist is particularly interested in texts that appear on the Internet. Ursula Doleschal, head of the department, will provide methodological support.

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“Education is our greatest asset, but anything but self-evident.”

Marie-Theres Grillitsch from Lavanttal moved to Klagenfurt for her studies. She completed her bachelor’s degree in educational science and then the master’s degree in adult and vocational education. In the interview she tells us why her time at university has shaped her sense of civil society commitment and why she did not choose Vienna. Read more

Media and Convergence Management: Ideally qualified for professional challenges!

Isabell Koinig is the programme director of the Master’s degree in Media and Convergence Management. Her research interests are broad and cover a spectrum that includes the science of advertising and market research, media economics, and international management. She spoke to us about interface management, nomophobia, and her personal approach to media studies.

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