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A variety of organisations and clubs are available at the University of Liechtenstein - these always look for new members and motivated students that are willing to participate in events and also want to support with any activities. 

If you have an idea and would like to establish another club or student organisation at the University of Liechtenstein, we're always happy to support you with the initiative. For further information, please send a mail to Verena Burtscher.


The following organisations can be found at the University of Liechtenstein: 



AIESEC is world’s largest non-political, non-religious and non-profit youth-led organization. AIESEC offers you a global platform to gather practical experience during an internship or a voluntary opportunity in more than 125 countries worldwide. If you want to develop yourself personally and professionally, like more than 30.000 other students yearly, click on the link below and find out more about your opportunities!

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The buddy programme is run by ESN Liechtenstein. A “buddy student” is a regular University of Liechtenstein student who either has taken or is planning to take part in an exchange programme, or a person who enjoys meeting people from other cultures. Your buddy can be a first contact in addition to the International Office staff. In case you have questions concerning life in Vaduz or studying at the University of Liechtenstein, you may choose to get in touch with a “buddy” before arrival. Your buddy may pick you up from the railway stations or bus stops, take part in events organized for incoming students and / or plan their own activities with you.

The buddy programme is always looking for motivated buddies to take care of incoming international students!

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Club Alpbach

Club Alpbach Liechtenstein is a non-profit club which aims at supporting and maintenance of European Collaboration. Every year, young people with a connection to Liechtenstein are enabled to exchange ideas and experiences with remarkable personalities and experts from the areas of economics, politics and culture. Additionally, a scholarship is awarded to motivated students. 

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Erasmus Student Network Liechtenstein

ESN Liechtenstein is part of one of the biggest interdisciplinary student associations which is represented in 40 European countries with over 500 sections. It aims at providing help for international students coming to Liechtenstein as well as for students planning an exchange semester abroad.

ESN offers support for newcomers during the orientation phase and facilitates the integration process by organizing cultural events and excursions.  By that, the Liechtenstein culture and contact with local students should be fostered.

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Landsmannschaft Invictus zu Vaduz

The Landsmannschaft Invictus zu Vaduz is a students` fraternity for male students. They offer a tight network with lots of contacts and various activities.

Further information is provided on their homepage and on facebook.






Students' Office SPINNEREI

SPINNEREI is the student`s office at the University of Liechtenstein. On the SPINNEREI Facebook page you can find information about current events, campus life and other campus matters. SPINNEREI organizes various events during the semester.

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START Network Liechtenstein

START Liechtenstein is a student initiative at the University of Liechtenstein and part of the international START global network. You can find further information on their website.

Motivation meets innovation!  Their most important task can be described as passing on the philosophy of gaining, exchanging and perfecting the knowledge about both entre- and intrapreneurship.

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This rhetoric club aims to improve speaking abilities. The procedure follows the agenda of a Toastmasters International meeting - therefore, prepared speeches are given, focusing on speech projects, as well as spontanious table topics. Any speech is evaluated by other participants in a constructive manner in order to recognize strengths and overcome weaknesses. 

Meetings are conducted most of all in English but if wanted also in German, and other languages might apply in the future.

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The Student Representation presents the interests of all enrolled students towards the official bodies of the University of Liechtenstein. As an independent body, current interests and long-term concerns are raised for a constructive collaboration with other university stakeholders.

From the student body and with a student perspective, the ULSV realized and transfers potential to keep on developing our University.  

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The Unichoir performs at official events of the University of Liechtenstein. Therefore, it meets in accordance to upcoming events whereby its repertoire depends on the upcoming events and interests of participating students and employees of the University of Liechtenstein. Everybody is welcome who likes to sing. 

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