The Student Service & Career Center (SSCC) aims to enhance the student experience at Modul University Vienna by providing a wide range of support services for all students in a warm and welcoming environment.
Students come to the SSCC for:
- Receiving official documents needed by Austrian authorities. Confirmation of enrollment documents (studienbestätigung and studienblatt) are now able to be downloaded digitally directly from Online campus! All you need to do is request them in your personal pages and they are there the next day. From your personal pages, you can also request your transcript from the SSCC, which we can print and scan to you if needed.
- Getting help with Visas/Residence Permits, accommodation, student health insurance, and "settling in" essentials
- Finding your way around campus and getting oriented to your studies at Modul
- Seeking information about student exchange
- Staying informed about the latest university events, extracurricular activities, and volunteer opportunities
- Participating in extracurricular seminars, workshops, and free tutoring with the MU Learning Center
- Getting involved in your community through external and internal volunteer work as part of the MU Cares program
- Finding out more about your student union ÖH
- Seeking information on full time employment and part-time jobs
- Connecting with Alumni and leaders in your field through job shadowing programs, excursions, and various career events
- Building and improving your CV and cover letter
- Obtaining your student ID card or requesting a replacement card.
- Purchasing items from the MU Shop
Monday - Thursday: 10 am -12 pm and 1 pm - 4 pm
Friday: 10 am - 12 pm
Current Students can also now book 1:1 appointments with the SSCC team members. Check our availability and schedule your appointment by clicking the icon below.
With the closure of all universities in Austria in March 2020 and the resulting switch to distance learning, the everyday life of students has fundamentally changed. As part of a master's thesis at a befriended university, the effects of COVID-19 on the mental health status and academic performance of students in Austria are examined. The focus of this survey is on the one hand on the current well-being, study conditions and future fears of students and on the other hand it deals with their coping strategies and needs for the future. The results of the survey are also used to formulate recommendations that can help to better support students in challenging times like these.