THE UNIVERSITY IS PROUD OF ITS GRADUATES

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Dr. Helga Rabl-Stadler

Law, Journalism, Political Science President of the Salzburg Festival
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Dr. Martin Hochleitner

Art History, Classical Archaeology Director of the Salzburg Museum
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Dr. Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb

Mathematics Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Cambridge
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Mag. Fritz Egger

German Studies, Sports Science Cabaret Artist, Stage and Film Actor
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Dr. Martina Salomon

German Studies, Journalism Editor-in-chief of the Kurier
Vice President of the Pressclub Concordia
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Dr. Hubert Lepka

Law Director and Choreographer (Lawine Torrèn)
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Mag. Eva Linsinger

History, German Studies Head of politics department of the News Magazine profil
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Mag. Peter Launsky-Tieffenthal

Law Ambassador, Former Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations
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Dr. Alexandra Föderl-Schmid

Communication Science Long-time Editor-in-Chief of "Der Standard", Foreign Correspondent of the "Süddeutsche Zeitung" in Israel
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Dr. Benita Ferrero Waldner

Law Austrian Foreign Minister (2000 - 2004) and EU Commissioner (2004 - 2010)
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Dr. Roland Wenzlhuemer

History, Communication Science Professor of Modern History at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
Picture of Mag. Dr. Michaela Kardeis

Mag. Dr. Michaela Kardeis

Law Former Director-General für Public Security.
Attaché of the Federal Ministry of the Interior in the USA
Picture of MMag. Dr. Magdalena Holztrattner

MMag. Dr. Magdalena Holztrattner

Theology, Spanish Director Catholic Social Academy of Austria
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Dr. Leonhard Schitter, M.A.

Law Board Spokesman, Salzburg AG
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Mag. Petra Kronberger

Art History, German Studies Adjunct Professor, Ski-legend: Downhill World Champion and Two-time Olympic Champion
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HSH Mag. Alois von und zu Liechtenstein

Law Deputy Administrator of the Prince of Liechtenstein
Picture of Mag. Michaela Gründler

Mag. Michaela Gründler

German Studies, Journalism Editor-in-chief of Salzburg Street Newspaper "Apropos", René-Marcic Award Winner
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DDr. h.c. Erwin Kräutler

Theology, Philosophy Former Bishop of Altamira - Xingu, Brasilien. Laureate of the Right Livelihood Award
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Dr. Hannes Ametsreiter

Journalism, Communication Science CEO Vodafone Germany
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Dr. Wolfgang Eder

Law Member of the Supervisory Board and longstanding CEO of voestalpine AG
Picture of Dr. Bernardeth Caero Bustillos

Dr. Bernardeth Caero Bustillos

Theology Professor at the Universidad Católica Boliviana "San Pablo"
Picture of Mag. Dr.h.c. Karl-Markus Gauß

Mag. Dr.h.c. Karl-Markus Gauß

German Studies, History Writer and Publisher
Picture of Mag. Lukas Schweighofer

Mag. Lukas Schweighofer

Sport-Media Communication-Management ORF Presenter
Picture of Mag. Christine Steger

Mag. Christine Steger

Spanish, Communication Science Chairperson of the Monitoring Committee for the Rights of People with Disabilities
Picture of Dr. Gerhart Holzinger

Dr. Gerhart Holzinger

Law Long-time President of the Austrian Constitutional Court
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Dr. Kurt Kotrschal

Biology Professor at the University of Vienna, Behavioral Scientist
Picture of Dr. Monika Kalista

Dr. Monika Kalista

Law Long-time Director of the Cultural Division of the State of Salzburg and Director General Austrian Foreign Ministry
Picture of Dr. Günther Schönleitner

Dr. Günther Schönleitner

Law and International Development Executive Director The World Bank Group, Washington

Studying at the University of Salzburg is the starting point for many successful career paths. Alumnae and alumni of the University of Salzburg are involved in all economic and social areas, at home and abroad. We introduce some of them here.

ALUMNI CLUB: THE GRADUATE NETWORK

The Alumni Club University Salzburg is a platform for all graduates to stay in contact with each other professionally and privately, as well as make new contacts. The aim is to promote the common bond with the "alma mater" at different levels.

ATTRACTIVE EVENTS

The members of the Alumni Club have access to a large number of events for personal training and the expansion of their own network. Program

INFORMATION AND CONTACT

The Alumni Club is the contact point for inquiries from graduates in relation to the University of Salzburg. Through the Salzburg University News, Alumni Club members are informed by the University on an ongoing basis.

SERVICE & CLUB BENEFITS

The membership also allows the use of exclusive club benefits, some of which were created solely for the Alumni Club.

CAREER TIPS

The university is a cooperation partner of the Career Forum, the large-scale job fair of the Salzburger Nachrichten. The Alumni Forum series is the framework for career talks between graduates and students. Alumni Jobs 

A NETWORK FOR LIFE

The Alumni Club of the University of Salzburg is open to all graduates and active and former employees. Students are also welcome at the events of the Alumni Club!

WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR REGISTRATION:

Information and Registration Form here

 

 

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