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University of Jena- insider tip

Jena is relatively small compared to other cities, but still has many students. The city therefore orients itself to the students when it comes to their offers. In the large park, which is also called Paradise, you can spend your summer semester very well, because there you can spend a large part of the free time with friends and relax. Due to the relatively small size, you can easily walk to the various buildings of the University of Jena, which are spread across the city. There is also food in the various canteens that are spread across the city.

FAQ's from the University of Jena

I have questions about my studies. Whom can I contact?

The Friedrich Schiller University Jena offers assistance with a wide range of information and offers for prospective students and students. You can reach the central student advisory service at +49 3641 9-411111 and also by email: zsb@uni-jena.de. Otherwise, you can come to the central office in person to ask your questions and receive personal advice.

What can I study at the University of Jena?

The University of Jena digitally offers a wide range of information about the subjects on its website. You can filter the courses offered by subject groups or faculties and see if there aren't any subjects that you didn't even know about before. For example, you can study the following courses: business administration, biology, psychology, mathematics or various school subjects as a teacher. If you have difficulty choosing the right subject, you should read the module handbooks or contact the student advisory service. It answers all your questions about studying.

What do I need to know when starting my studies at the University of Jena?

If you have decided on a course of study at the University of Jena at the end of the decision-making process and everything went well with your application, admission and enrollment, the first semester starts for you on October 1st for the winter semester or on April 1st for the summer semester. Furthermore, as at every university, there is an O week in which the organizational aspects are explained and where you can get to know the university and your new fellow students better. This usually takes place a week before the start of the lecture. It is worth going there because you can get a lot of general information there and make new contacts. So that you are even better prepared for the start of your studies, you can view the content of your degree program and your courses on the Studysmarter app. There you can create index cards yourself or use existing content for learning.

Can I also go abroad at the University of Jena?

Yes, in any case! Studying abroad always involves a good deal of initiative and personal responsibility. But everyone who doesn't shy away from the effort is almost always rewarded with unforgettable and formative experiences, impressions and experiences! You can improve your language skills and develop yourself personally. In some degree programs, it is a good idea to include a semester abroad. The University of Jena will help you choose the right partner university. The University of Jena has a wide range of partner universities, and there is sure to be one for you. So you are in good hands if you want to go abroad for a semester or two.

Can I choose additional modules for my subject at the University of Jena?

To do this, you have to contact the academic advisor of the institute - department in which you want to take the module (possibly by email) to find out whether the desired module is possible as an additional module. Of course, you have to first check yourself whether the additional module makes sense in your subject and whether you can find enough time for it. The Institute for Psychology, the Institute for Educational Science, the Institute for English and American Studies and the Department of Intercultural Business Communication do not offer any additional modules.