Contact

Initial information:
InfoLine Studium

+49 441 798-2728

Interdisciplinary need for advice:
Study and Career Counselling Service

Programme-related questions:
Subject-specific student advice of your subject or degree programme

List of subject-specific student advice

Events on the campus:
Where exactly do I have to go?

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Feedback and suggestions for the orientation week? Please write to us!

Note:
No technical support is possible!

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.

Corona-FAQ

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

Events for new students (student representatives)

Programme of the student representatives

Students of higher semesters volunteer in the so-called Fachschaft or the Fachschaftsrat and organise, for example, offers within the framework of the orientation week.

Participation in a student representatives programme is voluntary, but can be a good way to establish contacts and easily get tips and answers to questions from experienced students. Some student representatives can also help you set up your timetable.

Note:
Your student representatives' programme may only be published in German. Please do not let that deter you. Efforts will be made to assist you. You can also contact your student representatives in advance by email to see if there is someone who can communicate with you in English.

You can read about the preparations that have been made by your student representatives on their respective website(s). Look for your student representatives in the list of hyperlinks: List of student representatives

What is a student representative?

Which student representatives could be of interest to me?

If you are doing a single-subject Bachelor's degree or a specialised/Master's degree programme, this will often be quite clear: There will probably be a designated student representative.

If you enrolled in a dual-subject Bachelor's degree programme, however, or a Master of Education programme, the student representatives for both your first and your second subject are open to you, and you can participate in both programmes.

In addition, there is a student representative for teaching degrees, and a collaborative HB-OL student representatives is available to you in the case of a co-operation subject with the University of Bremen. It is also worth taking a look at what those student representatives have to offer.

(Changed: 2021-10-01)