The Central University Facilities provide a wide range of services for students, professors, staff and guests aimed to enhance academics, provide the best possible working conditions and promote a smooth transfer of knowledge.
On the following pages, you will find more information about the specific services offered at each of our central facilities, as well as corresponding contact data.
The Bauhaus Research School is a central research institution for doctoral candidates and postdocs. It is an interdisciplinary umbrella organisation for all structured doctoral programmes and research training groups.
The Career Service is part of the General Academic Advising department at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. Throughout one’s studies and after graduation, it provides support in all matters of professional orientation and entry in the workforce.
The start-up hub »neudeli« accompanies creative designers and innovators on their way to self-employment, offers support in business and financial planning, provides workspace free of charge and organises workshops and seminars.
The Service Centre for Computer Systems and Computer Communication (SCC) is responsible for providing IT assistance as well as installing and supervising the central computer-based services, servers and PC pools.
The Language Centre is one of the central facilities of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. We offer language courses to students and employees of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and the College of Music ‘Franz Liszt’, as well as to students from other universities and guests.
The University Library ensures the university community has access to a wealth of scientific information. It offers attractive working conditions at its three branch libraries. Numerous documents are available in digital form for online access.
The University Communications coordinates all the university’s marketing activities and informs media representatives of current events, achievements and developments at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.
The University Sports Center offers a large range of supervised sports and movement courses. The programme also includes free sports and playing times, intramural competitions and participation in national competitions.
The Institutional Development provides the executive committees of the university with planning and quality-related information, e.g. regarding resource planning and the enhancement of its degree programmes.