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What is the best way to start my studies?

We wish you to study with us with motivation and determination and would like to support you on this path as best as possible. The following tips should help you to master your start to your studies well.

 

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Get to know your most important contacts.

Our staff  and lecturers will accompany you throughout your studies.
They are happy to provide you with advice and support.

 

Network with one another.

Make contact with your fellow students, because it is easier to study together. Form study groups - two heads know more than one!

You can get to know other students not only in your courses, but also, for example, in sports courses, at cultural events at the university or in our (student) cafés.

Coordinate your work and vacation schedules with your studies.

Important dates and deadlines are announced in good time on the CampUAS learning platform. Find out about all upcoming preparatory and examination work early on at the beginning of the semester (→ semester dates) - this will help you to structure your semester sensibly. Please also take into account any vacation periods or heavy workloads that you may already be aware of. And don't forget: Labs and exams can also take place during the semester break. Are you unsure? Then talk to our student advisory service.

 

Find out about your workload and plan your studies.

Set yourself achievable and realistic goals. Your module board gives you an overview of which module you should ideally take at which point in your course of study. The module handbook presents the individual modules to you in detail. Are you unsure how to plan your studies? Why not talk to your study program mentor or with our study advisors Rieke Jürgensen and Anja Ruhland. You are also welcome to take part in our workshops.

 

 

Contact

Yasemin KilbSecretary for electrical engineering study programs
Building 8, Room 109
Michael WeilSecretary's office: computer sciences
Building 1, Room 215
Fax : +49 69 1533-2727
Sabine Heimann-TrosienLehreinheitsreferentin der Maschinenbau-Studiengänge
Building BCN, Room 624
Dipl.-Jur., M.A.
Atılım Bayar-Schäfer
Consultant for corporate co-operations & dual studies
Building 2, Room 325
Sabine Heimann-TrosienLehreinheitsreferentin der Maschinenbau-Studiengänge
Building BCN, Room 624
M.Sc.
Anja Ruhland
Study Advisor Faculty 2
Building 2, Room 323
M.A.
Rieke Jürgensen
Fb2: Informatik und Ingenieurwissenschaften
Building BCN, Room 810
Anja RuhlandID: 11064
last updated on: 01.04.2024