Graduation and Doctoral Thesis Celebration on 6 November, 2019

On Wednesday, the 6th of November, 2019, the University of Salzburg warmly congratulated 54 graduates who celebrated their graduations and/or completions of doctoral theses.

Katholische Theologie

Mag.theol.: Julia Rezk, Salzburg.
MA: Barbara Ettlmayr, Gröbming; Ewald Kleyboldt, Traunstein.


Dr.rer.oec.: Mag.rer.soc.oec. Isabella Scheibmayr, Pennewang.LLB.oec.: Victoria Stöttinger LLB.oec., Wels.Mag.iur.: Erich Fritzenwallner, Ann-Catherine Pointecker, Wels; Felix Pilshofer, Anif; Katharina Maier, Lenzing; Eva-Maria Rosegger, Obertrum am See; Matthias Büger LLB.oec., Anja Josipovic, Christina Julia Riedelberger, Diana Vorovskaya, Salzburg.LLM.oec.: Peter Kobleder, Kuchl; Kathrin Granegger LLB.oec., Tamsweg.Dr.iur.: Mag.iur. Silvia Weinknecht, Bad Gastein; Mag.iur. Thomas Lindenbauer BA MA, Kuchl; Mag.iur. Stella Weber, Wals.


B.Ed.Univ.: Richard Loidl, Linz.BA: Christoph Elbl B.Ed.Univ., Lenzing; Theresia Morandell, Kaltern a.d. Weinstraße; Lisa Staudinger, Lofer; Bernhard Kern, Michael Switil, Johannes Von Pander, Theresa Pöschl, Salzburg; Theresa Hofer, Bischofshofen; Sabine Kittl, Eugendorf; Eva Zechmeister, Mining; Sebastian Heinz Lorenz Burger, Nejla Kuljanin, Salzburg.Mag.phil.: Verena Proksch, Lisa Gratz, Lisa-Sophie Schönegger, Salzburg.Master of Arts Studium: Lukas Andreas Fallwickl BA, Hallein.


BSc: Denis Memaj, Nußdorf am Attersee; Laura Ruspeckhofer, Ottensheim; Sophie Katharina Hofer, Salzburg; Nina Sandmayr, Schleissheim.MSc Studium: Markus Hörl, Linz; Veronika Wallner BSc, Enns; Anita Kneil BSc, Amstetten; Alexandra Peitl BSc, Langenstein; Eva Krauk BSc, Linz; Chiara Annika Jutzi BSc, München; Jacqueline Bönisch BSc, Salzburg.MSc Lehrgang: Walther Wachner BSc, Klagenfurt; Maike Rabl BSc, St. Johann /PG.


MSc Lehrgang: Carina Hohenwarter, Lofer.

Keine Fakultät

MEd: Katharina Weichselbaumer B.Ed.Univ., Adlwang; Sabrina Berner B.Ed.Univ., Wagrain; Lisa Maria Hofer B.Ed.Univ., Weitersfelden; Alexander Stockinger  B.Ed.Univ., Ottnang.


Mag. G. Pfeifer


Universität Salzburg


Tel: 8044-2435

E-mail to Mag. G. Pfeifer

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