General Academic Advising provides counselling and support to ease your transition from school to university life. Throughout your academic career, you can contact our advisors to receive assistance with private and study-related problems. Based on your personal and social situation, we offer orientation and a plan of action for every hurdle you encounter on your way to graduation.
_ Assistance with learning and working difficulties and examination problems _ Changing majors or discontinuing one’s studies _ Academic planning and time management _ Academically related personal problems _ Advising for students with disabilities _ Graduate and post-graduate education opportunities
Most of our advising services are offered as personal consultation in German or Englisch. You can speak with one of our advisors during “visiting hours” at the Campus.Office or make an appointment in advance. The consultation is free, anonymous and voluntary.
The working group “Studying with Disabilities” offers special counselling services to students who are chronically ill or handicapped. If your handicap interferes with your studies, please contact us and we will try to help you.
We provide assistance in all handicap-related matters, e.g. financing your studies, obtaining learning aids, and compensating for disadvantages when taking examinations which are essential for choosing a major, gaining admission to or successfully completing your degree programme.
The Bauhaus-Universität Weimar offers a wide array of advising services to international students, as well as German students preparing for a foreign internship or period of study abroad.
Studying abroad offers you a unique chance to broaden your horizon. Aside from the academic benefits, studying abroad can give you an inside view of the life and culture of another country, and improve your foreign language skills to an extent that is rarely possible to reach any other way.
The International Office awards Erasmus+ mobility grants and advises students on financing their stay abroad. The PROMOS programme of the DAAD awards grants for foreign projects which are not funded by any other DAAD or grant programme (e.g. Erasmus+).
The Careers Service provides support in all matters of professional orientation and entry in the workforce during one’s studies and after graduation. In addition to personal consultation, its range of services includes workshops and presentations on gaining key qualifications and beginning a career.