Organization/Secretariat: Ms. Noy Brock
Stairway 1, 3rd floor, Room R320
phone: +43 4277 35945
fax: +43 4277 835945
e-mail: noy.brock [AT] univie.ac.at
Schottenbastei 10-16 (Juridicum)
Stairway 1, 3rd floor, Room R329
e-mail: thomas.jaeger [AT] univie.ac.at
Appointments with Prof. Jaeger may be scheduled every Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. at Prof. Jaeger’s office (unless otherwise announced). For an appointment, please pre-register your visit with the secretariat (Ms. Noy Brock) ahead of time, indicating the purpose. No regular appointments are held during vacation times.
Technical questions regarding the handling of Moodle and E-Learning (e.g. on the registration and de-registration for courses, deadlines etc.) are to be addressed to the Studien Service Center only. Organizational questions regarding courses and exams (e.g. on the admission to a course, waiting lists, compulsory attendance and excuses, starting times, de-registration etc.) are to be addressed to Ms. Noy Brock only.
General organizational questions and issues regarding the FÜM I exam (e.g. procedure, dates …) are to be addressed to the Studien Service Center only. Specific questions regarding the FÜM I exam´s European Law part (e.g. permissible materials, grading and inspection of original exams…) are to be addressed to Sen. Sc. Dr. Suzan Topal-Gökceli only.
Information on the preparation and subjects of the Module Exam in European Law (3rd cycle) with Prof. Jaeger can be found here. Details regarding the organization Prof. Jaeger’s exam can be found here (Prüferchek by FV Jus).
If you are interested in writing a dissertation with Prof. Jaeger, please arrange for an appointment via Ms. Noy Brock. Please inform yourself on the requirements for acceptance of supervision, which can be found here.
Erasmus students can find information here.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas JAEGER, LL.M (K.U. Leuven), studied law in Vienna, Paris and Leuven and worked in legal and institutional practice in up to 2003. Subsequently, he was Assistant for European Law at Salzburg University and later Senior Research Fellow at the Max-Planck-Institute for Innovation and Competition in Munich. From 2013, he substituted Chairs in Civil Law at the Universities of Hanover and Munich. Since 2016, he has held a Chair in European Law at Vienna University. His research focuses on issues of European economic law, particularly the internal market and competition and enforcement.
Courses in SS 2017