Student Advisory Services

Subject-Specific Academic Advising

If you have any questions regarding the subject specific content of your chemistry studies at the institute, the structure of the degree programme, or the study curriculum? Please do not hesitate to contact your subject-specific academic advisor:

Subject-Specific Academic Advising: Chemistry - Subject Bachelor, B. Sc.

Do you have any questions regarding the content of the Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, the structure of the program, or the study plan? Prof Dr. Gunther Wittstock advises students on matters related to the field. Feel free to get in touch:

Prof. Dr. Gunther Wittstock

W03 1 105, Carl von Ossietzky Str. 9-11

Thur 1 pm - 3 pm

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Subject-Specific Advisory Services: Dual Subject Bachelor Chemistry

Prof. Dr. Michael Wark, Dipl.-Chem.

W03 3-364

Dr. Michael Peetz

W03 2-227

Please make an appointment

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Subject-Specific Advisory Services: Master Chemistry

Prof. Dr. Gunther Wittstock

W03 1 105, Carl von Ossietzky Str. 9-11

Thur 1 pm - 3 pm

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Subject-Specific Advisory Services: Master of Education

Dr. Michael Peetz

W03 2-227

Please make an appointment

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Further Consultation Services

Study Coordination

Questions regarding the organisation of individual study programmes, coordination and development of support and advisory services for students and people interested in studying chemistry, as well as matters concerning program documentation, examination regulations, or academic operations can be directed to the Study Coordinator.

Iva Bacic

W03 01-205 or W3 01-173 (» address and map)

Mo - Fr 9 am - 1 pm  (please make an appointment)

 

Mentoring Programme for First-Year Students

With the study-accompanying mentoring programme, the Institute of Chemistry aims to support, accompany, and advise first-year students during their first two semesters of study. The goal is to address the heterogeneity at the beginning of their Bachelor’s degree and to facilitate the entry into studies for first-year students, among other objectives.

 

More information about the mentoring programme can be found here: Mentoring Programme at the IfC

Students who wish to participate in the mentoring programme are kindly requested to register for the programme on Stud.IP: Mentoringprogramm.

For questions regarding the mentoring programme, please contact: Iva Bacic.

Consultation regarding study abroad opportunities

Prof. Dr. Jarl Ivar van der Vlugt provides advice to students in the field of chemistry who aim to undertake a semester abroad or international stay.

W03 3-354

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For more information on internationalisation in studies, please click here.

Chemistry Student Association

You can also consult students in the field of chemistry for questions regarding the content and organisation of the studies as well as ask them to share their personal experiences.

Chemistry Student Council

W3-2-265

usually on Tuesday from 5 pm

https://uol.de/fschemie

Contact Persons in case of Discrimination

The Ombuds Office against sexualised violence and discrimination is open to all members of the IfC. All affected individuals receive information and support here. Absolute confidentiality is guaranteed.

Contacts at the institute are:

Jessika Boer

Tobias Kaper

Prof. Dr. Jarl Ivar van der Vlugt

Julia Wembacher

Studying with Children

Students with children and/or pregnant students can rely on a support system at the Institute of Chemistry. The subject-specific academic advising provides individual guidance to students and assists in adjusting their course of study.

To ensure optimal health protection for pregnant and breastfeeding students, students should register their pregnancy/breastfeeding via Stud.IP. More information can be found under: Maternity Protection for Students.

The university also offers numerous counseling and networking opportunities for students with children and/or pregnant students: Studying with Children.

Career and Professional Counseling

In addition to lectures and events organised and coordinated by the Institute of Chemistry, where individuals and organisations showcase their professional expertise, the University of Oldenburg supports students with a diverse range of service and advisory offerings related to career and professional development: Career Services.

University of Oldenburg Counseling Services

The Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg offers a wide range of advisory services for students and people who are interested in studying at this university.

More information can be found here:

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