If you need information and advice concerning your Learning Agreement, please contact Felicia Walz, who will assisst you in choosing the modules.
To plan your stay, please have a look at the following dates (further information is available via Fristen und Termine in German language). Please keep in mind, that in case of final exams, these usually take place after the courses have finished. The course registration usually starts at the beginning of March for the summer term and at the beginning of September for the winter term, some time after the publication of the official course list (via WueStudy).
|Term||Publication of course list||Official start of term||Official start of courses||End of course period||End of semester|
|Autumn 2020/2021||approx. end of June||01.10.2020||12.10.2020||05.02.2021||31.03.2021|
|Spring 2021||approx. end of January||01.04.2021||12.04.2021||16.07.2021||30.09.2021|
|Autumn 2021/2022||approx. end of June||01.10.2021||18.10.2021||11.02.2022||31.03.2022|
|Spring 2022||approx. end of January||01.04.2022||04.04.2022||08.07.2022||30.09.2022|
|Autumn 2022/2023||approx. end of June||01.10.2022||17.10.2022||10.02.2023||31.03.2023|
Please plan your arrival with a margin to the start of the courses. It is usually a good decision to already attend language intensive courses and at least come 2 weeks before the courses start. You need time to accomodate, get a university account and enroll in the courses. The introductory days take place in the last week before the courses start and it is a good idea to visit these:
Prior to the beginning of the lectures, you have an introductory day at the Institute of Psychology, where the student advisors will show you all buildings, help you with course registration and point you to important locations in the town (grocery stores, shopping, leisure activities). The incoming days will take place on 2nd of April. Additionally, the student association FIPS will have introductory days on 17th to 19th of April - a perfect opportunity to get an overview and to connect to other students in psychology.