Assistance and Contact
Assistance and Contact
If you have any questions regarding the masters degree programme in International Software Systems Science you may contact the faculty staff by telephone, email or in person who will be happy to assist you. On this page you find the different representative contact points. Our help will be most efficient if you contact the right person that deals with the particular aspect that you are concerned about:
- Questions about the course structure and course contents or about opportunities of institutional cooperation -> Degree Programme Representative; -> International Affairs;
- Questions regarding the selection of modules, personal study plan and preparation of learning agreements -> Degree Programme Advisory Service;Question concerning all course and exam regulations as well as entering learning agreements -> Degree Examination Board;
- Questions concerning studies abroad or assistance to incoming foreign guest students -> WIAI-Career Center -> International Affairs Representative;
- Questions on work placement and internships -> WIAI Career ServQuestions about degree courses of the university and student life at Bamberg -> Central student advisory;
Degree Programme Representative
Degree Programme Advisory Service
The degree programme advisory service answers questions regarding the study regulations, admissible module selections and assists you on all issues arising during and relating to your studies within the degree programme. In particular, the advisory service will help you form your own personal study plan.
Degree Examination Board
Prof. Dr. Andreas Henrich (chair of the examining board)
An der Weberei 5
Phone: +49 951 863-2850
Prof. Dr. Andreas Henrich
Deputy chair: Prof. Dr. Diedrich Wolter
Additional members of the examining board:
Prof. Dr. Tom Gross, Prof. Dr. Gerald Lüttgen, Prof. Michael Mendler, PhD, Prof. Dr. Daniela Nicklas, Prof. Dr. Christoph Schlieder, Prof. Dr. Elmar Sinz
The examination board deals with all matters concerning the operational implementation of the exam regulations. It advises on the terms on conditions of taking exams and deals with complaints regarding marks. It also issues formal learning agreements in connection with personal study plans, study abroad and internships in module group A5, or any other ECTS credit points earned outside of the prescribed module groups that you may wish to be recognized towards your masters degree.
Information issued by the examination board, downloadable forms and enquiry forums can be found on the corresponding webpages.
International Affairs Representative
The international affairs representative coordinates international activities of the faculty and gives assistance to both the incoming foreign students (as guests or through regular enrolment) and students going out on studies abroad. The representative coordinates teaching partnerships with foreign universities and provides course-related advice on studies abroad.
Further information on stays abroad during your studies can be found in the virtual campus under Studium International WIAI.
Central Student Advisory Services of the University of Bamberg
Contact: Iris Negrini
Phone: +49 951 863-1050
Central student advisory
WIAI Career Service – Internships & transitioning to a professional career
Hochschulteam Oberfranken (inter-university career counseling)
Silke Schneider & Anne Kraus
Agentur für Arbeit (Federal Employment Agency)
Phone: +49 951 9128 -217 und -859
brief consultations (no appointment necessary)
Tuesdays 9.00 - 11.30 a.m.
Extensive consultation by appointment.