Ulm University offers various advisory services which we always try to tailor to your individual needs.
The Zentrale Studienberatung (central student advisory services, also ZSB) is the starting point for your study orientation, even while you're still at school. We continue to be your point of contact when commencing your studies and throughout challenging phases.
The Studierendenwerk (student services) offer support to students dealing with learning stress and test anxiety, and also with grave mental challenges which compromise their academic advancement.
Often, students are faced with additional responsibilities, like caring for family members or being a parent. Here is an overview of places that offer support.
Each study programme has its own course advisor who students can contact. They can help you plan your studies and answer specific questions related to your programme of studies.
A disability can express itself in many forms and sometimes requires special advice and assistance. You can find further information here.
- Refugees interested in studying can find information about advising here.
- Offers for assistance with teaching and learning can be found on our overview page Study PLUS.
- The International Office offers advice to foreign students and those interested in semesters abroad.