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Current corona rules

Please take note of the current information, especially regarding the general rules of conduct as well as the area for students and the 3G registration points.


You will also receive current communications from the Presidential Board by e-mail. Therefore, please check your university email account regularly.


You have enrolled and are waiting for the study folder with the login data?

Some - not all - departments also have information about starting your studies on their websites. 

If you have any further questions, please contact or .

Orientation Week

Welcome to the University of Oldenburg!

Are you beginning your studies in the winter semester at the University of Oldenburg and have questions about the location, the degree programme and the offers related to your studies?

From 11.10. to 15.10. there were live events during the orientation week. A part of the various information is still available to you in the password-secured area of this site until November - as a video, recording of the live event or presentation with information on the course of study and important contact persons.

So take a look and have a good start!

Online welcome

The university management and the Student Council (AStA) would also like to welcome you to start of your studies. Unfortunately, this year's corona is not in the Audimax as usual, but on video. It's full of impressions of the campus and tips and tricks from fellow students. Watch the video with German or English subtitles here.

Password secured pages

In order to access the content of this website starting from the end of September, you need your username and password. International students will learn more about the password during the International Orientation Week.

Here you can insert your login data for access to the password secured pages.

Password page for Orientation Week 2021

Start of courses

On 18 October 2021, your courses for the Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes usually start. 

Since some of your events could take place online, we recommend a laptop or PC with a microphone and camera and possibly a headset, and internet access.

We're looking forward to meeting you in October!

What else is there to clarify?

Are you a new international student?

Join our International Orientation Week! Our International Orientation Week offers the opportunity to get to know the university and the city of Oldenburg and to meet other students. Moreover, it gives you the chance to take care of important formalities (such as enrolment, registration with the city, CampusCard).

International Orientation takes place in the week prior to the regular Orientation Week:

International orientation week

Are you new in Oldenburg and looking for somewhere to live?

Where can you find a flat in Oldenburg? What should you watch out for? How can you get a room in a hall of residence?

How to organise your stay in Oldenburg

Living in Oldenburg

How can you register with the authorities once you have found somewhere to live?

Registering your place of residence with the City of Oldenburg (Bürgerbüro).
Please remember that at present, you first need to get an appointment for ALL visits to the City of Oldenburg.

Online appointments with the City of Oldenburg (Bürgerbüro)  

Register your place of residence with the City of Oldenburg (Bürgerbüro)

Change your place of residence with the City of Oldenburg (Bürgerbüro)

Information about bonus for new residents

So you finally moved in and you are looking for somewhere to eat?

Catering offered by the student service organisation (Studentenwerk) 

Please take a medical mouth-nose protection up to the table, keep your distance and observe the current behavioral instructions. A visit to the canteen is currently only possible with a reservation.


You need help paying for accommodation, food and shopping?

You want to refresh your knowledge before you start studying?

Some degree programmes offer preparatory courses:

Dates of the preparatory courses

Are you a parent and need information about studying with a child?

You have a chronic illness or disability and need advice?

If you are a student with a disability or chronic illness, there is a wide range of support on offer for students with long-term health issues. You can ask for information about benefits, study organisation, practical help, legal advice and recommendations.

Disability advisory service

Disability representative

Autonomous Office for students with a disability or chronic illness (Student Council AStA)

(Changed: 2021-11-24)