Studies Advice

There are several places in the Department of Computer Science and at the TU Kaiserslautern in general where students can get advice about their studies. Students can obtain most information in the department. Advice on examinations is given by both the department and the Examination Office.

General advice about studying in the Department of Computer Science

Dr. habil. Bernd Schürmann
Gebäude 48, Raum 373
Sprechstunde nach Vereinbarung
Tel.: 0631/205-2507
E-Mail: schuerma@cs.uni-kl.de

For general questions about Computer Science studies please contact the Head of the Department of Computer Science in the Dean’s office in the Department of Computer Science:

Study Advice from student representatives in the department

Fachbereichsinterne Studierendenvertretung
Gebäude 48, Raum 48-463
Tel.: 0631/205-2553
E-Mail: info@fachschaft.informatik.uni-kl.de
WWW: http://www.fachschaft.informatik.uni-kl.de/

The students in the Department of Computer Science always go to great lengths to give first-hand advice to students and potential students and to share their own experiences. The students can usually be found in the common room in the department (especially during semesters and often at lunchtime!). They will be happy to give advice about the degree courses and the university itself and may be able to lend you old exam papers and give tips and suggestions about studies.

Mentors

When students begin their bachelor degree course they will be allocated a trained student mentor. The mentors provide the new students with information about current questions and problems which may occur during their degree course.

Each student doing a master in Computer Science is allocated an individual supervisor to help actively with the planning of their studies. Students should discuss individual study plans and any study problems with their supervisor.

Lecturers and members of staff

An appointment can be made with any lecturer or member of staff to clarify specific questions about lectures or seminars, exams or final assignments.

Advice for teaching-training students

Zentrum für Lehrerbildung
Geschäftsführerin: Dr. Claudia Gómez Tuto
Gebäude 47, Raum 630
Sprechstunde nach Vereinbarung
Tel.: 0631/205-4692
E-Mail: cgomez@rhrk.uni-kl.de
WWW: http://www.uni-kl.de/zfl

An appointment can be made with any lecturer or member of staff to clarify specific questions about lectures or seminars, exams or final assignments.

Advice for teaching-training students

StudierendenServiceCenter (SSC)
Gebäude 47, Erdgeschoss.
Öffnungszeiten: Mo.-Do. 09.00-16.30 Uhr und
Fr. 09.00-15.00 Uhr.
Telefonhotline: 0631/205-5252
(Mo.-Fr. 09.00-16.00 Uhr)
E-Mail: studium@uni-kl.de

For general questions about teacher-training courses please contact the Head of the Teacher Training Centre.

Examination Advice by the Examining Boards

Prof. Dr. Jens Schmitt
Gebäude 36, Raum 429
Sprechstunde nach Vereinbarung
Tel.: 0631/205-3288
E-Mail: ijschmitt@informatik.uni-kl.de

The contact for bachelor degree courses is the Chairman of the Examination Board:

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Gotzhein
Building 36, Room 432
Regular consultation hours (without appointment): Tu 3-4pm,
Th 11-12am
and by appointment (in urgent cases)
Phone: 0631/205-3426
Email:gotzhein@informatik.uni-kl.de

The contact for master degrees is the Chairman of the Examination Boards:

The student member of the Examination Boards can be contacted via the Student Representatives in the Department of Computer Science.

Examination Advice from the Examination Office

Annette Jung, Anke Propheter
Building 47, Room 326/328
SRegular consultation hours: Mo, Th, Fr: 10-12am;
Tu, We: 2-4pm
Phone.: 0631/205-3320
Email: annette.jung@verw.uni-kl.de
anke.propheter@verw.uni-kl.de

Bachelor and master degree courses (computer science and teaching training) are managed by the Central University Examination Office. For information about the contact person please see the notice board and websites of the University Examination Office.

The Examination Office is happy to help with any questions about the examination process for all degree courses offered in the department and is responsible for the acceptance of applications, e.g. for admission to examinations, extension of deadlines and the recognition of degree qualifications and examination results from elsewhere.

The Examination Office for PhD students in the graduate studies phase is in the Dean's Office of the Department of Computer Science.