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Insider tip

In Leipzig there are several canteens distributed throughout the city due to the lack of a coherent campus. The cafeteria at Peterssteinweg, for example, is our eco cafeteria. The best canteen food, however, is offered by the large canteen on Augustenplatz. There is an extremely large selection there and it also tastes really good. If you have a lot of time between the lectures, you can chill out in the Clara-Zetkin Park in the warm season, where you can lie in the sun and study.

FAQs University of Leipzig

Who can I contact if I have specific questions about studying at Leipzig University?

The Central Student Advisory Service will be happy to answer all your questions about studying at Leipzig University and the application. You can contact the ZSB at the email address ssz-studienberatung@uni-leipzig.de

How can I finance my studies?

There is a so-called Germany scholarship and also normal scholarships for which you can apply. In general, studying at the University of Leipzig is affordable, as rents and living costs are still relatively cheap.

What does Leipzig University do? What does the campus look like?

The teaching and study locations at the University of Leipzig are spread across the entire city and are just as diverse as the range of courses itself. You can still get from A to B quickly and without problems, either on foot, by bike or by bus and train. On the university homepage of the University of Leipzig you can also find a picture gallery of the campus locations and a 360 degree tour.

Why study at the University of Leipzig?

Leibniz, Goethe, Lessing and Angela Merkel studied at the University of Leipzig. In addition, everything is possible at this university, from bachelor's and master's degrees to state exams and doctorates, everything is included. The lifestyle in Leipzig is described as unique. It's not for nothing that Leipzig is considered one of the hippest cities in Germany.

Which subjects have no admission restrictions?

You can find out which subjects are restricted in admission on the homepage of the degree program. All courses that you can study at Leipzig University are listed there.

What are the advantages of the University of Leipzig?

Leipzig is a traditional university that always moves with the times. There are many online portals with teaching materials that are now very well structured. Another great advantage is the 24-hour library on the main campus, in which students who are rather late with learning can also get their money's worth.

Where in Leipzig do you meet most of the students? What do you do best in your free time?

A must for every student in Leipzig is the Moritzbastei, practically right on the main campus on Augustenplatz. A student party there is an absolute must. Apart from that, most of the students in Leipzig can be found on Karl-Liebknecht Straße, also known as Karli. There are many small bars and clubs in which students like to romp around during the week.
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