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Nursing/Changing Rooms and Childcare on and Around the Campus.

As a family-friendly university, we make a point of creating an ideal environment for achieving a balance between work, studies, and family. Examples of our family-friendly infrastructure on campus are the nursing and changing rooms located on campus and the childcare facilities in the neighbourhood.

Nursing and Changing Rooms at the University of Bayreuth

You will find an overview of the nursing and changing rooms on campus on the map available here (PDF). All childcare facilities and nursing and changing rooms are marked in red.

The University of Bayreuth’s nursing and changing rooms are equipped with the following:

  • a changing table or an examination table with a changing mat
  • a comfortable chair for nursing
  • a phone
  • a sink
  • a trash bin
Rooms that can be used for nursing or as a changing station:
  • Applied Computer Science Building (AI), Room0.43.1
  • Humanities I Building (GW I), Room 0.02
  • Humanities II Building (GW II), RoomU1.14
  • Natural and Physical Sciences Building I (NW I), Room 4.00023
  • Natural and Physical Sciences Building II (NW II), Room 3.1.U1.127
  • Law, Business & Economics Building (RW), Room 0.25
  • Faculty of Engineering Science Building, Section B, Room B.0.06
  • Central University Administration (ZUV), Room 0.16
Rooms that are only suitable for nursing
  • Building B8, Office of the Women’s Representative (Nebengebäude B8, Office der Frauenbeauftragten)
Rooms that can only be used as changing stations
  • Earth Sciences Building, Women’s WC
  • Earth Sciences Building, Men’s WC
  • Canteen, Women’s WC

Parent-Child Office

The Parent-Child Office is located in Building B9, Room 4 (Nebengebäude B9, Raum 4). It is an office equipped with a computer terminal and can be used by the University of Bayreuth staff and students who have children. In case regular childcare or school is cancelled for the day on short notice or your child becomes ill, the Parent-Child Office can be a useful alternative. The office has a nap/play/homework area for children. This allows parents to take care of their responsibilities at work or in their studies and look after their child at the same time whenever needed. Parents who would like to use this room are asked to contact the Family-Friendly University Advisor, Boris Wiedenhöfer, Phone: +49 (0)921 / 55-2168 (closed Tuesdays).

Childcare Facilities on and Around the Campus

The University of Bayreuth and the local Association for Student Affairs work together with a range of childcare facilities on and around the campus. Here is an overview:

Nursery Uni/Birken

behind Building GEO I
Universitätsstraße 30, 95447 Bayreuth
Phone: +49 (0)921 / 79319612
E-mail: kikri-uni-birken@diakonie-bayreuth.de

Geared towards children of the University’s staff

Protestant Nursery Knirps & Co.Hide

Frankengutstraße 20, 95447 Bayreuth
Phone: +49 (0)921 / 63287 
E-mail: kikri-frankengut@diakonie-bayreuth.de
Homepage: www.kita-bayern.de/bt/krippe-frankengut/

Contact person:
Daniel Rupprecht
Pedagogical direction
Hans-Sachs-Straße 2 – 4
95444 Bayreuth
Phone: 09 21 / 75 72 33 46
E-mail: Daniel.rupprecht@diakonie-bayreuth.de

Geared towards children of the University’s staff

Student Nursery StuKi

Part of the the Kinderzentrum Frankengut des Diakonischen Werkes Bayreuth e.V.
Frankengutstraße 20, 95447 Bayreuth
Phone: +49 (0)921 / 63258 (Kontakt: Christina Cantürk)
E-mail: stuki-frankengut@diakonie-bayreuth.de
Homepage: www.kita-bayern.de/bt/studentenkrippe

Geared towards children of the University’s students

Kinderzentrum Frankengut

The student nursery StuKi and the nursery Knirps & Co are part of the Kinderzentrum Frankengut, which in turn belongs to the Diakonisches Werk Bayreuth, located right next door to the campus. The Kinderzentrum also includes the Protestant Nursery Frankengut, a large Kindergarten (preschool) called Villa Sonnenschein with an integrative group, the after-school care centre Kinderinsel and the elementary school Grundschule Birken (1st - 4th grades).

Responsible body: Diakonisches Werk Stadtmission
Phone: +49 (0)921 / 7542-0

Geared towards children of the University’s staff and students (and others)

Evangelischer Kindergarten Birken

Friedenstr. 1, 95447 Bayreuth
Phone: +49 (0)921 / 61098
E-mail: kiga-birken@diakonie-bayreuth.de
Homepage: www.kita-bayern.de/bt/birken/

Geared towards children of the University’s staff and students (and others)


The University works in close cooperation with the Town of Bayreuth, which offers support in searching for childcare, especially nannies, and tries to accommodate the wishes of all parents, whatever their individual needs may be.
Stadtjugendamt Bayreuth
Dr.-Franz-Straße 6, 95445 Bayreuth
Phone: +49 (0)921 / 25-1283 (Ms. Schmidt)

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