Events for Students in the summersemester 2024

Specialized degree programs at the cutting edge, a compact and modern campus and excellent support - that's your studies at Ulm University!

Visit our workshops and information events!

Your team at the
Central Student Advisory Service

Please note that all our offers are held in German.

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Mastering AI in your studies

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"Mastering AI  in your studies"
Date: 15 May 2024
Time: 2pm to 5pm
Location: Barbara Mez-Starck-Haus, room 3. level, Oberberghof 7, 89081 Ulm
Mitbringen: Internet-enabled device (tablet, notebook, smartphone if necessary), Wifi available  
Places: 30
Registration required 

Short description: 

This workshop focusses on the integration of artifical intelligence (AI) into your studies. Participants will learn how to AI can effectively support teaching and learning while discussing the challenges an solutions in this area. The main objective of the lecture is to provide participants with sound theoretical knowledge about learning skills and AI competences required for the successful use of AI tools. In this interactive worklshop, th focus is on learning techniques for using AI applications such as ChatGPT. This enables participants to develope their own creative ideas for the use of AI in their educational context. A GDPR-compliant ChatGPT4 will be provided so that participants can activetly work with the AI without entering personal data. There will be ample opportunity for a lively exchange between participants to discuss how these new practical skills can be used effectively in your studies.   


Studying with family responsibilities

Date:   4 June 2024
Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Location: Café Einstein 
                 Transition N24 to M24

No registration required!

Studying with family responsibilities
- a great challenge!

As a family-friendly university, Ulm University offers you

numerous support options, which we would like to present to you in cooperation with the StuVe.

This offer will take place in an informal atmosphere - also with children

and offer the opportunity to build a network among parents, exchange ideas and obtain important information.



Date: 5 June 2024
Time: 16-18:00 Uhr

online via zoom
Registration is not required!

Short description: 

How do I manage to balance my studies and leisure time? This is not always easy. When is enough enough? How can I really switch off after studying? And in which phases of my studies should I switch on the turbo? How can I build up enough motivation and resilience to power through the difficult phases? And how do I recognise when it's okay to switch off? This and much more is discussed in this workshop. There is also enough time and space to deal with individual problems.

Meeting-ID: 683 0922 0661
Code: 81774170 

But do what you want!!! - Making "good" decisions


But do what you want!!! - Making "good" decisions
Date: 19 June 2024
Time: 4pm to 6pm 

online via zoom 
Registration is not required, but welcome 

Short description: 

We make decisions every day. Some are easy, others are particularly difficult. In the course of our studies, questions such as “Am I still in the right place? Should I continue my studies?” or “Should I take this exam now?”
So what can you do when you have doubts and where do they actually come from? Are there any tricks or tools that can help you make decisions? This and much more will be discussed in this workshop.


Meeting-ID: 662 9789 0021
Kenncode: 54190132


Studying (not) made easy! Studying with disabilities


Date: only takes place in the winter semester
Time: -

online via zoom
No registration required!

Coping with illnesses and impairments in everyday student life

According to current studies, 11% of students have an impairment that makes their studies more difficult. However, only six percent of those affected have impairments that are visible at first glance. Many young people therefore live with non-visible impairments, such as diabetes, epilepsy, an autism spectrum disorder or a mental illness.

The event provides an overview of offers and regulations for studying with disabilities and chronic illnesses at Ulm University. You will also have the opportunity to clarify individual questions on the following topics:

Study organization

  • Compensation for disadvantages in the admission procedure and examinations
  • Absences and vacation semesters etc.
  • Contact points and contact persons




Time management at midday


Date: only takes place in the winter semester
Time: -
Room: -

Registration required!


“Time is short.”

Most of the tasks should have been completed yesterday and new ones are already popping up. Exercise sheets, internship report, exams, calling grandma, cleaning the bathroom, shopping, buddy's birthday...
All students are familiar with this.

Together we will work on the following topics:

Strengths and weaknesses of time management
Recognizing time thieves and learning to set priorities
Making decisions
Creating individual solutions