The time you spend as a university student is a stage of your life full of challenges, some of which may even be perceived as a burden. We are happy to help you in that regard. The “One university for everyone – Organizing inclusive university studies” project is funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and was initiated to offer an extended and professional support service to help you organize your studies and become familiar with academic work methods. It is part of the Central Student Advisory Service, not specific to the individual degree programs, and works towards our commitment of creating an inclusive university.
Our Target Audience
The project is aimed, in particular, at students in exceptional living situations. This includes psychological issues, chronic conditions, disability but also care obligations or special university entrance qualifications. Apart from that, our services are also available to all students facing stressful situations in their studies.
We would also be happy to advise any teaching or administrative staff members of the university, who are interested in the topic of inclusiveness at higher education institutions.
despite the situation created by the coronavirus, we are still here for you and will gladly advise you on any questions you might have regarding your daily routine, organizing and planning your studies and academic work methods. We are aware that the current situation can create worries and hardships that are not necessarily connected to your daily student life. For these matters, we would like to point out the following services that are free of charge. Stay healthy!
Your “One university for everyone” project team
Campus | Am Neuen Palais
Am Neuen Palais 10
Building 8, Room 1.07 und 1.09