Online introduction – winter semester 2021/22
We would like to welcome you to our university!
You'll find a lot of useful information and To-Dos about your start of studies on this page.
Please check it regularly, as we continue to update it going forward.
Please be aware that some offerings and events may only be available in German.
Urgent notice from the Student Services Center:
Dear applicants and students, due to technical problems, the Study Services Center is currently unable to send any e-mails. This also applies, for example, to e-mails regarding enrollment status or the Study Chip. However, your e-mails will arrive in our inbox; this only affects the sending. The problem is currently under investigation.
The Student Services Center will answer all incoming e-mails as soon as possible.
However, we ask for your understanding that there may still be delays in responding to e-mails even after the issue has been resolved.
Your introductory events may begin as soon as October 5.
They consist of a single- (for master programs) or a three-day (for bachelor programs) "tutor programs", where students in higher semesters inform you all about the beginning of a study program.
We strongly suggest that you take part in these programs!
Official online introduction events for all students are on October 18.
A "virtual info market" showcasing several university offerings for students, is also happening on October 18.
Introduction program by tutors beginning on October 5
Tutors in higher semesters are going to inform you with all the information you need to start strong into your study program.
We highly recommend that you take part in these events, to not miss any important information.
Introductory program for:
- all bachelor programs take place on October 5+6 plus October 15 (3 days)
- all master programs and the online programs of Faculty 2 take place on October 15 or on October 18th (1 day)
- dual programs of Faculty 3 take place on October 18 and 19 (2 days)
You can read more details and the full program on this page.
Official introduction and virtual info market on October 18
The presidium, the General Student Committee (AStA) and several other representatives of Frankfurt UAS would like you to welcome you via a livestream on Monday, October 18.
The student advisory service, language center, International Office, CampusSport and others are presenting their offerings, which you can participate in during your studies.
The livestream is hosted on YouTube, with a recording made available shortly afterwards on this page.
Program of the live introduction events
|09:30 AM||Introduction by the student advisory service|
|09:35 AM||Introduction by the president of Frankfurt UAS, Prof. Dr. Frank E.P. Dievernich|
|09:45 AM||Introduction by the General Student Committee (AStA)|
|10:00 AM||"Move safe and secure on campus" by safety advisor Sebastian von Behren|
|10:15 AM||"Study and gain practial experience abroad" by Ruth Conrads and Stephanie Porter, International Office|
|10:30 AM||"Learn languages for life and studies" by Dr. Sabine Schmidt, Language Center|
|10:45 AM||"The library - accessible everywhere, anytime" by Bernd Wagener, The Library|
|11:00 AM||"Support for a good study start" by Natascha Hempel, STEPS|
Faculty pages for new students
A lot of imporant and study program specific details about the semester start are available on the corresponding pages by your faculty.
We highly reccomend that you read through them.
In case you don't know in which faculty your study program is, you can find out here.
Welcome by the General Student Commitee (AStA)
Obviously the General Student Committee (AStA) and Student Parliament (StuPa) you like you welcome you too.
You can watch a welcome and introduction in English on YouTube.
If you would like to meet the AStA live, be sure to watch the livestream on October 10.
You can already connect with fellow freshmen via these AStA social media groups:
In addition, the AStA is active in social media. On Instagram and Facebook, all students are kept up to date about campus life, upcoming events and more. On the website there is a lot more information, downloads and job ads of the AStA.
For the winter semester 2021/22, the AStA compiled a guide book (available in German and English) for students. It offers an overview of the services on campus. In this book, you'll find information about the relevant contacts, student bodies of the faculties, student initiatives, as well as political and cultural events.