Contacts & Useful Links

Beginning your studies can be challenging, but the University provides many resources to assist you in various aspects of your student life. Below is a list of key contacts and sources of information that can help you in your studies:

  • Student advisory: the student advisors in physics help you to clarify your questions concerning your studies and to develop solutions in case of difficulties.
  • The Physiklernzentrum: A very helpful service for you is the Physiklernzentrum. It is the first point of contact for physics problems and mathematical questions. In a relaxed atmosphere, peer tutors support you in developing your own solutions. In addition, the learning center serves for independent work in the group.
  • The module handbooks list the courses offered in physics, biophysics and meteorology. There you will also find information about the different courses like rhythm of the lecture, prerequisite, type of module final exam… etc.
  • Information about the study program Biophysics.
  • The psychosocial counseling: the team of the psychosocial counseling could help you e.g. with learning and work blockades, fears, and other psychosocial issues.
  • the Anti-Discrimination Office and the Equal Opportunity Council in Physics are the contact persons for questions and problems related to, among others, equality, promotion of women, family service, and anti-discrimination.
  • International student hangouts offers regular events for international students and the IST team also helps to clarify your questions regarding living and studying in Frankfurt.
  • Orientation program for international students: This highly recommended program discusses numerous topics that will make your start at the university easier.
  • German courses for students: On QIS you will find language courses that will help you improve your academic language.
  • Uni-Sport: the university offers a very interesting variety of sports each semester.
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