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Universität des Saarlandes | Flashcards & Lecture Notes

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Saarland University - insider tip

Why the Saarland University? Saarland University can definitely score points with its campus: between wooded hills and a secluded location, student life is concentrated on the campus during the day. Almost nothing is left to be desired here. You can have lunch in the cafeteria or use the culinary offerings in the restaurant or in some of the cafés. The bookkeeping provides intellectual nourishment, and if things go longer, you can also do your dinner shopping in the campus supermarket. In order to stay physically fit, you have a large selection of sports on offer at university. Tennis or beach volleyball is offered in the sports facilities. ^ For the next exam, you can retire to the large campus library and study there with concentration. If you need some rest, you can just take a walk through the forest.

FAQ's from the Saarland University

What can I study at Saarland University?

The Saarland University is best known for its IT research. But the university is not a purely technical university. You can choose between 130 different courses. Of these, around 50 bachelor's and master's degree courses, four state examination subjects, 20 with a teaching degree, a dozen postgraduate courses and around 30 international subjects. The largest courses include human medicine, law and pharmacy, business administration, computer science and psychology. These are divided into six different faculties: the Faculty of Empirical Human Sciences and Economics, the Medical Faculty, the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology, the Faculty of Philosophy and the Faculty of Law.

I have been accepted for the Saarland University. What do I have to know?

To facilitate the first steps towards the beginning of the semester, Saarland University has put together a checklist. Here you can check step by step whether you have thought of everything: from the UdS card, preliminary courses to the timetable. There is also an introductory event for freshmen students in which you can find out all the important information about the course. Here you can ask questions, get to know your fellow students and get to know the teachers and the student council. It is also advisable to download the StudySmarter learning app. StudySmarter can make your learning easier. You have the option to activate your courses at your university and access all documents. In addition, you can create your own summaries or index cards and learn them from anywhere. Another great point is that you can create learning plans and study groups. Either you join in already created learning groups and access the learning content or you create your own private study group with your friends - fellow students and you can support each other in learning.

Can I go abroad during my studies?

Yes, you can study abroad for one or two semesters at Saarland University. Either go to a foreign university as part of an exchange at one of the partner universities or as a FreeMover on your own. The advantages of exchange studies are that you will be dismissed the sometimes quite high tuition fees, and there are already experiences and structures that you can fall back on. However, you have to make sure that only certain subjects are offered at the partner universities. Erasmus + is a program of the European Union to promote educational stays in Europe. With this program you can study at one of the partner universities from the second year of study. You can also receive support and financial support for an internship abroad. If you go abroad as a FreeMover, you have more options in choosing where to study. The preparation and follow-up of your stay abroad will be much more complex.

Do I have the opportunity to work at Saarland University?

Yes, Saarland University is one of the largest employers in the Saarland region. The skills and knowledge, the motivation and satisfaction of its employees are of great importance to the success as an innovative and future-oriented university. The university therefore feels it has a responsibility to offer its employees attractive working conditions. It promotes personal development, offers professional security as well as interesting career opportunities and caters to different life situations and needs. In concrete terms, this means: Reliable career prospects and career paths that can be planned in both the academic and administrative areas, internal and external training opportunities for employees, improvement of transparency and predictability through the introduction of a management track model and advice and individual support for employees.