In contrast to interested parties or applicants, students need much more detailed information about their course of study itself, i.e. about the exact contents, the procedure, the examinations, but of course also about contact persons and important documents such as the examination regulations or the module handbook. To help our first-year students find their way around even better - because the university is a very special organization that you first have to get to know and understand - we have compiled the information for first-year students on a special page. All information and topics for students can be found separately by degree and study program in the list below.
- Bachelor's Degree Programs
Here you will find all necessary information about each of our bachelor's degree programs - from the study plan to the examination regulations, special modules, theses and much more.
- Master's Degree Programs
Here you can find all information about our master programs - separated by program to give you a better overview.
- Academic Advising
If you have any questions about your studies, the course of your studies, planning your studies, or anything else that is bothering you, please contact your academic advisor.
- Stay abroad
A stay abroad is something very special and can be well integrated into your studies. However, a little planning and preparation is necessary. Here you can find information about it.
The members of the university - i.e. professors, employees, but of course also students - can get involved in various committees that support and contribute to the functioning of the university or also the study programs. These include, but are not limited to, the bodies identified in the list below.
- Examination Committees
Each study program has its own examination board. This is the highest authority in all examination matters and can also help, for example, with compensation for disadvantages or extensions of deadlines.
- Student Groups
The student groups represent the student perspective in committees (study commission, faculty council, ...) and support the students during their studies.
- Study Commission
The study commission of a study program is the advisory body of the faculty council for the area of teaching in the respective study program. It develops proposals for the further development and improvement of the study program and its contents.
- Faculty Council
The Faculty Council is the most important body of the faculty. It is composed of the professors of the faculty, representatives of the students, representatives of the mid-level faculty (scientific service) and representatives from technology and administration.
Contact person for study courses in the department of computer science
Program Manager, Department Manager & Erasmus Coordinator of the Computer Science Department
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