The summer semester has started. You are welcome to send feedback on what works well and what does not work so well to studienfachberatung. You can find information about the courses on @wiwi.uni-tuebingen.dealma or on the faculty websites.
Regular courses in the form of face-to-face meetings will be suspended until at least May 3. Until further notice, courses may only be held digitally and it is expected that many courses at the School of Business and Economics will remain in digital form throughout the whole semester. Canteens and cafeterias will remain closed at least until May 3.
The examination office has now scheduled the re-examinations from the winter semester, the dates can be found here https://uni-tuebingen.de/de/129143 and here https://uni-tuebingen.de/de/129145. Please register again! The registration period for the examinations of the alternate date is planned for the period from May 11, 2020 to May 18, 2020 (inclusive). (https://uni-tuebingen.de/de/129127).
As always - and probably more so than ever this semester - don't wait too long to start studying:
But how does digital learning actually work? Here you can find the answers. It is also a good idea to make a learning plan (and stick to it ;-)).
The German government has passed a draft for a science and student support law.
Among other things, this will create "incentives for BAföG recipients ... to get involved in system-relevant areas during the COVID 19 pandemic". More information can be found on the BMBF website.
At the university, a general ban on entry still applies to all persons who have been abroad for the last 14 days, who are or have been in contact with an infected person, if 14 days have not yet passed since contact with an infected person, or who show symptoms of a respiratory infection or elevated temperature. Persons who are not members of the university may only enter the university for urgent official reasons. Furthermore, all counselling and service facilities at the university continue to offer their services by telephone or online only. The easiest way to contact the student advisory service is by e-mail (studienfachberatung) or by making an appointment @wiwi.uni-tuebingen.dehere - we will then contact you at the agreed time.
UNIcert exams have been postponed and the new dates are probably as follows: English Friday, May 29 - French Friday, June 19 - Spanish Friday, June 26. In addition, the oral exams will also be postponed. More information will soon be available on the website of the Language Learning Center.
Information for students by the university can be found here. Information for incoming students with regard to the corona virus is available on this website. Further information from the School of Business and Economics can be accessed here.
The Studium Generale has been cancelled for the duration of the summer semester.
University sport suspended - Catch-up exams in April suspended - There will be an exam date during the summer semester (updated information coming soon here) - Closure of refectories, Cafeterias and Libraries
The student body is a union made up of voluntary and socially committed students. Every year, students from the student body are elected to join the Faculty Council by means of free elections. The main responsibility of the union is to represent the interests of the students, especially by active participation within the committees (Faculty Council, Study Commission, Career Commission, and Examination Board). The student body also gives advice on questions concerning your studies, lends lecture notes, organises freshers’ events and other general info events.
The main objective of the student body is to improve communication between students and lecturers. In addition, it publishes the faculty magazine “Wort zum WiWi" as a forum for discussion.
Everyone is welcome to participate and promote the students’ interests!