The studies of business education is very interesting when it comes to the development of pedagocical competencies, practicing teaching, organizing group works, writing reports, doing presentations. Unfortunately, the focus is mostly on teaching in Austrian schools which means that you'll have to learn a lot about laws and regulations for teaching in Austria. Adult education or coaching in international business settings is neglected. In my opinion the degree courses are a little bit too unilateral.
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small number of students in the education lectures
A lot of the good courses are in English. Don't rush to register on the first day of registration. I know people who waited for about 5 hours, I went a week later and waited 5 minutes. If you need help go to your mentor or the REFI(Referat für Internationales), which is run by students. The Uni has set up Tandem-learning, where you are put into groups of native speakers of people who want to learn common languages, eg Austrians wanting to learn English with Americans wanting to learn German. It's a good way to get to know Austrians.
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During my experience abroad, I ... (1) Never – (4) A lot
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