Further general counselling about your studies (e. g. financial support, organising a semester abroad, about the faculities and many more) you can find here.
What are dual stdies? Which opportunities and which challenges are there? And how can you combine studies with a professional training? You can find the answers to this questions here.
The library at the University of Applied Sciences Trier advises students, teaching staff and employees of the university on all questions concerning the library. It offers single or group training on topics like using the electronic card index, data bases, interlending, literature administration programs and academic research and writing skills. As “teaching library”, the university library is also taking on an important role in the search for high quality information sources. With the library introduction tours, the research trainings and online tutorials it supports studying, teaching, research and advances training. The electronic card index enables location-independent research within the media inventory as well as further services like access to personal user accounts and extensions.
When does the semester start and when does it end? How long last the times without any lectures?
You can find all dates and appointements within the semester here.
Which degree courses are there at the University? Which Bachelor and which Master degree courses? Is it possible to take a correspondence degree course as well?
You can find more information to this topics here.
Where can I find exams from former semester to prepare for my exams? Where can I get further informations about my studies (e. g. Vacation semester, (De-)registration for exams, Change of degree courses, aso)?
You can find the central point of enquiry for all things concerning your studies at the University of Applied Sciences Trier on the campus Schneidershof. On the ground floor of building G you are welcomed by the staff of the student administrative service. In our office students, prospective students and applicants can find all relevant service offers in one place. This includes administrative services, registration services and general course guidance.
The student administrative service is comprised of three teams which each take care of specific courses (watch out for the colour coding). This means that students will have regular contact persons throughout their time of study. You can find important forms and information on current events and examination regulations on our website.
The student ID has to be picked up personally at the student administrative offices. Your ID is also your semester ticket for train and bus services. The loss of your ID should be reported to the student administrative service immediately. A replacement can be applied for in return for administrative fee.