The Computer Science Student Advisory Service: Comprehensive Study Advice
The Computer Science Student Advisory Service is the contact point for current and prospective students. We will try to answer any questions you may have about Computer Science studies and will help you plan and organize your degree. In addition to providing comprehensive online information, the Computer Science Student Advisory Service can also book students individual appointments to discuss personal requirements in any aspect of the Computer Science discipline.
Computer Science Student Advisory Service
The Central Student Advisory Service: Fundamental Study Advice
The Central Student Advisory Service (ZSB) provides independent information and personal advice on all study-related questions, both before and during your course at Freiburg University. In addition, the ZSB publishes a number of important information brochures, all of which can be accessed via the ZSB student portal.
Central Student Advisory Service
The Examination Office
The examination office in the Faculty of Engineering is the main authority on examination matters. Their tasks include coordinating all exams within the department, issuing certificates and achievement overviews, recording exam results and drawing up exam statistics. Recognizing exam and coursework results achieved at other institutes of higher education also falls under the remit of the examination office.
The Association of Student Affairs: Support During Your Studies in Freiburg
The Freiburg Association of Student Affairs(SWFR) is responsible for the social, economic, health and cultural interests of students at universities in the Freiburg area. It offers a host of information on financial support, employment, accommodation, culture, leisure, and entertainment in Freiburg. The SWFR also offers personal legal advice as well as psychological and social counseling. On the website, Freshman students and new arrivals will find useful information about starting their studies, as well as tips for getting to know the city.
The Erasmus Program: Studying Abroad
The European Union’s Erasmus Program was established to enable the exchange of students and teaching staff, to promote greater European integration at an academic level. The program allows Freiburg University students to spend between three and twelve months at one of many partner universities abroad. Further information as well as dates, deadlines and an application guide can be found on the “Studying Abroad” website.
The International Office: Exchange Programs and Overseas Contacts
The International Office is the point of contact for international and visiting students or lecturers at the University of Freiburg, as well as for home students studying at one of our partner universities abroad. The office provides advice about getting onto the exchange program, about doing a second degree abroad and even about residence permits. The International Office also arranges scholarships and vacation courses abroad. Further information for both international and home students can be found on the International Office website.
The Career Center provides a useful service both for students and graduates of Freiburg University and for local companies. Its services include giving advice on applying for jobs and help with arranging internships and employment, as well providing a range of training and coaching opportunities.