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List of all study-related terms and also counseling and information services.
Whom should I contact if I have questions regarding visa, accommodation (e.g. dormitories) or financing? Who will support and assist me in my daily (university) life or with study related questions? To whom can I refer when I am having issues with the application, admission or enrollment process? For every concern there is a right contact point at Faculty 5 or at the University of Stuttgart. In the following overview we shortly introduce the most important contacts for our international students including helpful links.
Contacts at the University of Stuttgart
The International Office of the University of Stuttgart offers all international students a wide range of services and supports – from guidance on formalities, counseling to organizing orientation events at each semester start and social and cultural events. Inquiries regarding e.g. the following topics should be addressed to the International Office:
The Admissions Office of the University of Stuttgart is the contact point for all administrative matters. Plase refer to the Admissions Office for questions concerning e.g. the
- Tuition fees
- Other legal regulations and formalities.
Contacts at Faculty 5
It is not always easy to find your way in a new (international) environment. The International Service Point (ISP) assists and helps you at the beginning of and also during your studies at our faculty with various additional offers – such as German courses, psychological counseling, student testimonials or events. Please refer to the ISP, if you need support in your everyday life (at the university).
For technical questions regarding the organization (including exams) and structure of your study program please contact your respective program manager. You find her or his contact details on the website of your study program.
The Student Representatives are groups of committed bachelor's and master's students of the respective scientific fields of the University of Stuttgart. They represent the interests and concerns of their fellow students at the faculty. Furthermore, they promote social exchange by organizing parties, games nights etc. and offer study-related services like introductory events, information material (e.g. old exams) and job boards.