You inspire - we connect.
The KL Alumni Club - a place where people come together.
- Networking and KL alumni meetings
- Special conditions for KL Academy continuing education
- Fireside chats with experts from the health sciences
- Industry-specific events at favorable conditions
- Newsletter with news from the university and the Alumni Club
- Continue to help shape the university in the future.
- Maintaining contact between graduates and Karl Landsteiner University through events, as well as through the founding of sections and cooperation with existing associations with similar objectives, which must serve the purposes outlined in § 2 para. 3.
- Establishment of a national and international network that supports Karl Landsteiner University in its tasks
- Promoting the goals of Karl Landsteiner University and supporting the university management in achieving these goals.
- Promoting the exchange of information and experience between graduates and the university and graduates at home and abroad, as well as the transfer of knowledge.
- Promote health sciences and practice by maintaining the connection between the university and its graduates.
- Creation of structures for advising, supporting and promoting students and graduates in career planning.
- Promotion of Research and Young Scientists at Karl Landsteiner University
- Assistance with student and faculty mobility
- Maintaining contact between science and practice through lectures, seminars, conferences, symposia and social events
- Counseling and assistance for graduates and students in distress
- Creation of advertising media
- Organization of identity-building events
- Development of special offers for club members
All physical persons who have successfully completed a full or associate degree at Karl Landsteiner Private University and who pay a membership fee, the amount of which is to be determined by the Alumni Club's Board of Directors, may become full members.
- Supporting members:
may become physical and legal persons who promote and support the objectives of the Association and who pay an annual membership fee, the amount of which is to be determined by the Alumni Club's Board of Directors.
can become legal entities that contribute to the association a minimum amount to be determined by the board.
- Junior Members:
can become all physical persons who complete a regular or associate degree program at Karl Landsteiner Private University and pay a membership fee, the amount of which is to be determined by the Executive Board. Full membership can be applied for at any time after successful completion of studies.
- Honorary members:
can become all those individuals who have rendered outstanding services to the purposes of the association.
- Trial fee for students/graduates in the 1st year: 15,00 Euro
- Students and graduates from the 2nd year: 30,00 Euro
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Events of the Alumni Club
Fireside chat with Dr. Dietrich Haubenberger
On May 11, 2023, the Rectorate invited KL students, KL Alumni Club members and teaching staff to a fireside chat with neuroscientist Dr. Dietrich Haubenberger. Dietrich Haubenberger is one of the most successful Austrians:abroad in the U.S. in the field of neuroscience. The neurologist conducts translational research with a focus on movement disorders. In addition to being a leter of clinical translational research at the biopharmaceutical company Neurocrine Biosciences in San Diego, he has been president of ASciNA (Austrian Scientists and Scholars in North America) since 2019. The fireside chat was followed by an exclusive get-together for Alumni Club members in the Filmbar.
Networking meeting exclusively for Alumni Club members
November 29, 2023
Mag.a Sandra Gaupmann is head of the Psychological Service at Stein Prison and reports on the work of psychologists in the penal system. She gives an insight into the definition of the term "forensic psychology" as well as the diagnostics, treatment and care of prisoners with a focus on risk management, dangerousness reduction and resocialization. In a conversation with Mag. Dr. Jürgen Goller, head of the psychology programs at KL, Mag.a Gaupmann talks about psychological causes of delinquency, the benefits of treating prisoners for the population, and culpability in relation to mental illness.
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