You can find the contact details of the subject advisors on the respective degree programme pages.

Subject Advisory Service

For all subject-related questions about a degree programme or the courses, the subject study advisor is a suitable point of contact. Among other things, the subject advisors provide assistance with questions about timetabling, module progression, course selection and examination and study regulations. They also advise students with regard to stays abroad. And much more.

Many degree programmes at the Faculty of Human Sciences support study abroad. If you have any questions about this, you can contact the exchange programme coordinator at any time.

>>>Study International

In addition, all degree programmes have a programme officer who is responsible for general questions and quality assurance, as well as an examination board to which all applications for credits and the like must be addressed.

Student Council - Students support students

By students for students: The student council has set itself the task of offering students individual help and support and promoting student interaction. It evaluates courses and provides documents to support learning. It also mediates in conflicts between different university members and enriches everyday life with activities such as the book flea market, film and game evenings or the summer festival.

For student teachers, the students Department for Teacher Education is also available to answer questions.

Tutorials and mentoring

At the Institute of Psychology, student tutors answer questions about studying psychology and provide support, especially for first-semester students. In the first two semesters, psychology students are also assigned to mentoring groups: Small groups meet approximately once a semester with the supervising professor to discuss challenges and organisational issues in the degree programme.

In the Bachelor of Education, tutorials are also held by the Chair of General Education, which offer introductions and advice for first-year students and students in higher semesters. In addition, students and teachers meet at various regulars' tables to exchange ideas.

Central Student Advisory Service

The Central Student Advisory Service is happy to answer any questions you may have about the content of your degree programme. Prospective students can obtain information here about the choice of degree programme and the content of the degree programme in order to make a decision that is tailored to their interests. If you have questions or problems about studying - whether before, during or at the end of your studies - the Central Student Advisory Service is the first place to go!

Events for pupils

Get to know us! We offer pupils various events at the University of Bamberg. If you cannot come to Bamberg, we will be happy to come to your school or you can visit us at a study fair.

>>>Events for pupils

Here you can get involved!

There are many associations and groups active at the University of Bamberg where you can get involved. These range from working groups that are very close to a subject of study, to religious university congregations, to university groups of trade unions and political parties. The student council also offers you the opportunity to get involved at university and faculty level.

You can get involved in social, sporting or cultural activities in numerous student initiatives. Your fellow students are looking forward to new faces and active support!

>>>All university-related groups at a glance