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Information for Students

Dear Students,

you can find detailed information on all the study programs offered in Faculty 11 on the homepage of the Faculty under Studies as well as in Data Base Studies - DBS

Once students have been offered a study place, they usually have a lot of things to organize and a number of accordant questions. They can find a to-do checklist at the Uni-Start-Portal (fresher’s Portal) and learn how to draw up their own study plan. It will also do, if they take part in the events and courses offered during the University’s Orientation Week, which takes place a week before courses begin. During Orientation Week, teaching faculty as well as the departmental student committees (Stugas) explain the most important things first-semester students need to know.

For more information go to:

Fresher´s Portal

Course Catalog summerterm 2018

 

Each study program has its own field-related examination regulations. These can be accessed in the archive of the Central Examinations Office. The field-related examination regulations are based on the general provisions of the Bachelor‘s and Master’s Examination Regulations.

Students are recommended to visit ‘Information A-Z’ on the homepage of the Central Examinations Office, where they will find answers to many questions surrounding registering for or deregistering  from examinations, the number of examination attempts possible, resitting examinations etc.

Besides general news, the Pabo pages of the study programs contain details of examination dates and other central information on study schedules, forms, and a list of members of examination committees.

For more information go to:

Archive examination regulations

PABO-sites of study program

In the study programs B.A. Public Health and B.Sc. Psychology, the Faculty’s Study Center regularly offers information sessions for fourth-semester students on what is required for a bachelor’s thesis. You will find the presentations of the last two sessions on the right.

You can also find "Guidelines for the Bachelor’s Thesis" for these two study programs in PABO.

The department 11 offers a masterlist Psychology with links to the entrance orders and deadlines to hand in later certificates

of some study programs students named in the students survey.

Contact

Britta Schowe

Grazer Str. 2 0170

Phone: +49-421-218-68506

schowe@uni-bremen.de

Consultation times by arrangement

For more information go to:

General information

Central Student Advisory Service

University site plan

Academic year

Studying with children

Studying with disabilities

MyStipendium - Suchportal für Stipendien

Mandatory internship at the department 11

The Foreign Language Center of the Universities in the State of Bremen (FZHB)

FZHB

Studierwerkstatt

Study Workshop homepage

psychological counseling center (pbs) of the Studierendenwerk Bremen

General Information of the pbs