One focus of the counselling is the financial compensation for disadvantages, e.g. BAföG, scholarships, tuition fees and long-term tuition fees as well as child benefit. In addition, the counsellor helps with questions about the special features of unemployment benefit II, social welfare, integration assistance, health and long-term care insurance and pension benefits. In addition, there are other compensations for disadvantages in studying, in the library, for studying abroad and for foreign students, as well as teacher training and trainee teachers.
The Studentenwerk Oldenburg offers students the possibility of social legal services that are needed during their studies, a contact point.
This is about financial issues during your studies, such as the question: How do I manage my everyday finances during my studies (such as loans from banks and savings banks, etc.)?
For disabled and chronically ill students and prospective students, the Central Student and Career Counselling Service offers counselling on the choice of degree programme, admission requirements and applications, as well as on study planning.
Tel: 0441/798-2728 to make an appointment