Students

Lecture Courses

You can find a complete list of lecture courses, accompanying programs, and commentaries in the online lecture course schedule and in the learning platform Stud.IP. There are also details of how to register for courses via Stud.IP and many other things too. more »

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Administration of Studies and Examinations

Sorry, but a certain amount of administration is necessary too: Re-registration, semester contribution (Semesterbeiträge), registration for exams, removal from register. We have bundled all the things you need to know about examinations and study administration.

More about Studying

There is much more to studying than lecture courses and examinations: Eating in the dining hall, reading in the library, learning at the Center for Foreign Languages, and courses offered by the Study Workshop to improve your learning skills. And maybe you would even like to spend some time abroad?

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Studies & Career

Let us help you prepare for your career entry! The University of Bremen has developed numerous support measures and can give you lots of tips on the topics career orientation, key vocational skills, internships, setting up your own business and continuing education.

Student Participation (in German)

Participating pays off! There are many levels at which you can participate and make a contribution to shaping studies and university life: For instance, by working with the departmental committees (StgA) in the faculties, or as an elected representative of the student body in the Students Association (AStA), or the students council. more »

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Advice & Support

The University of Bremen has a wide range of student advisory and support services. There are all sorts of possibilities for students to obtain advice surrounding their studies, individual support in cases of difficult personal circumstances, assistance with grants (BAföG), as well as issues which come from combining studying with children or studying with disabilities. more »