Studying with family responsibilities
The Zentrale Studienberatung (central student advisory services) is the first point of contact for students with family responsibilities. https://www.uni-ulm.de/en/studium/studienberatung/beratung-fuer-studierende-mit-familienpflichten/
The Studierendenwerk (student services) offers information on living with a child, financial assistance and childcare.
The Family Service is the place to go to if, for example, you have questions about the children's holiday programmes, day care places for children of doctoral candidates and the babysitter list.
The Gleichstellungsreferat (equal opportunities unit) of the student representative body (StuVe) is contact point for all questions concerning equal treatment of the various groups of students at Ulm University, with a special focus on students facing additional burdens.
The course advisors are contact point for all predominantly subject-specific questions. They can help you plan your studies and answer specific questions related to your programme of studies.
Further advisory services: Compass for advisory services .
Studierendenwerk (student services) – crèche,
University – holiday and emergency childcare;
University – crèche and kindergarten, if at least 1 parent is employed or doing a doctoral degree at Ulm University at the time of registration
Parent - child room for students in N23/ 2703 and university library
Toy boxes, changing tables, high chairs,...
Parents parking spaces in the multi-storey car park Helmholtzstraße
- info mailing list for students with family
- regulars’ table for families
If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Gleichstellungsreferat (equal opportunities unit).
Please inform the person responsible for teaching, the laboratory course facilitator, institute management immediately.
See also the information from the Student Advisory Service and "Maternity leave".
Each study programme has its own course advisor who students can contact (course advisors). They can help you plan your studies and answer specific questions related to your programme of studies.
The project Studienmodelle individueller Geschwindigkeit (individually paced study concepts) is meant to allow every student to customise their studies according to their individual needs. Information
Students with family obligations have priority access to closed courses and receive further support. med.studiendekanat(at)uni-ulm.de
Advice, children and social matters - more
Children are most welcome!
The canteens are a family-friendly environment: if you let us know in advance, we are happy to reserve a family table for you. We have high chairs in Ulm for the little ones and toys at the pay points. The Studierendenwerk (student services) is happy to heat up your BYO baby food in the Mensa and in the cafeterias. Ulm University has a nappy changing room underneath the Mensa.
Students’ children up to the age of 10 years receive free meals in the Studierendenwerk canteens.
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For advice for students ans prospective students with family oligations:
Zentrale Studienberatung (central student advisory services)
Phone: +49 731 50-24444
Fax: +49 731 50-22074