For Students

Information and further links for all questions about the organisation of studies (including study and examination planning, planning of studies abroad or working as a student assistant) can be found here.

Detailed information about individual degree courses (study plans, transitional arrangements, FAQs etc.) can be found under Education > Degree Courses.

Further useful information for freshers who have just enrolled for their degree course can be found under Education > For Applicants.

Information for Master's students, PhD students and bachelor students who are interested in a further degree course can be found under Education > PhD and Graduate School.

Any other questions?

If you have any other questions which aren't answered here, please contact by e-mail at the below address:
Dr. habil. Bernd Schürmann
Gebäude 48, Raum 373
Sprechstunde nach Vereinbarung
Tel.: 0631/205-2507

Further Information

The department of CS has reformed the program structures in computer science: from winter semester 2018/19, updated study plans and examination regulations will apply to newly enrolled students.
For applicants and admitted students
Examination regulations
Regulations, Examination Office, advice in study and examination matters
information about current and future courses, lectures, workshops, etc.
Represents and supports all of our students.
In addition to their study course in the department or affiliated institutes, students can work as student assistants (Hiwi for short)
The Erasmus Program Erasmus-Sokrates organize stays for students of computer science at associated European universities.