This page contains a summary of important links.
Who to turn to for specific advice?
- Büro für Gender und Diversity
for questions and incidents related to disability, gender, and sexual harassment
- Career Service
for advice on your professional life
- Central Office for International Affairs (RIA)
e.g. can help you to organize a stay abroad and organizes e.g. introduction and information on first steps for international students coming to FAU; individual advice around issues pertaining to foreign matters
- Faculty of Engineering
for an overview of MAP’s host faculty
- FAU regulations regarding illness during examination period
- First steps – Information for international students
aims to introduce you to life in Germany and answer some of the most important questions you may have when you first arrive
- Housing – Student accommodation at FAU
- Language centre for German and other language courses
- Library – Science and Technology Branch (TNZB)
- MAP Executive Board
MAP student representatives have influence on important issues regarding the MAP programme
- MAP section on StudOn
for lecture material. It is encouraged to visit this site to download course material and carry out certain administrative activities relating to your course (registration of miniprojects, signing up for exams etc.)
- Online Student A-Z
words which students need to know for life at university
- Psychologisch – Psychotherapeutische Beratungsstelle
for advice and psychological support
- Student Advice and Career Service (IBZ)
and additional video help for those in need of advice (IBZ)
- Students’ councils of the Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical and Biological Engineering Departments
Students’ councils (Fachschaften) are student organizations linked to departments or degree programmes in which students represent their fellows’ interests, are contact persons for them and organize events. Although MAP students elect two students per year group to represent them, MAP does not (yet) have an own students’ council. MAP students are explicitly encouraged to get involved in the two mentioned students’ councils.
- Student Records Office
- Student Service Centre Faculty of Engineering
- Studying in Germany in 10 Steps
- Volunteering as a Buddy for MAP Newcomers
- Where? How? Why?
background information on the electronic FAU support
Who to turn to for student activities regarding culture, religion and sports?
- List of supported student groups and initiatives by the Studierendenvertretung
- Religious groups:
- Groups for students of all subjects, nationalities, denominations, and religions organized by Christians:
- For Muslims
- University sports programme (Allgemeiner Hochschulsport)