Tips for new students
Welcome to the University of Bayreuth! As a new student you can look forward to ideal study conditions that regularly achieve top marks in the official rankings. It’s not just careers that begin here, but also friendships. You will soon find your way around our friendly university. To make the start of your studies easier, we have compiled some tips and information on this site.
Studying is an exciting time in your life. Before you can really get started, there is still a lot to organize and certainly one or the other question that is on your mind. For this reason, the Central Student Advisory Service has created an information page with a lot of basic information about the start of your studies. There you will find, among other things, the dates for preliminary courses and introductory events, tips on creating a timetable, and an overview of all the counseling services offered by the University of Bayreuth.
Events and contacts for the start of studies
For all interested first-year students, the Central Student Advisory Service of the University of Bayreuth offers a digital information event on two to three alternative dates at the start of the semester. There you will learn, for example, how to find your way around campus, where to find the introductory event(s) for your degree program and why you need the campus card. In addition, you will get an initial overview of which documents are important for the preparation of your timetable, where to eat, how to access the WLAN or books, and where you can find a lot more information. There will also be time for your questions.
The most important information and tips
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