Freshmen Days 2020
This year, the first semester introduction days will take place in the week of October 26 to 30.
- The campus and faculty tours planned for October 26th and 30th were cancelled due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases. As replacement we suggest the interactive campus tour of the Student Council of Maths/Physics/Computer Science.
- On October 27th there will be an introduction day starting at 15 o’clock with lots of information about the start of the study program. This will take place on the platform Zoom. You will receive information on how to use Zoom and the invitation link via mail.
- Library Introduction: You will receive information about the Chemistry Library and the online services of the library. This event will also take place via Zoom. Please coose one of the following dates, a registration option will follow shortly:
- October 27th, 2-2:30 p.m.
- October 28th, 3-3:30 p.m.
- October 29th, 3-3:30 p.m.
- Game Nights: To give you even more opportunities to get to know each other, game nights will take place on the following dates:
- October 29th, starting at 7 p.m.
- November 4th, starting at 7 p.m.
- Unfortunately, the campus tour at the WZW for the biochemistry students had to be cancelled.
Because of the always new decisions in dealing with the COVID19 pandemic, there can always be spontaneous changes. We are working for you on the best possible implementation. Whenever there are news, we will let you know here or via email as soon as all admission procedures are completed.
Please also note our FAQ for freshmen. If you still have questions, just write an email to email@example.com
Program External Master Students
Students starting their first Master’s semester who have completed their Bachelor’s degree at another university are recommended to attend the general introduction day and the library introduction (see above). Of course you can also voluntarily participate in the rallies and the game evenings, but these are more designed for first-year students.
In addition, there will be a Master Q&A Session on the evening of October 27th. To get a taste of what is going on, you can download last year’s Master of Chemistry presentation here. It contains general information about our university, the choice of subjects for the Master of Chemistry and possible stays abroad during the Master’s program. Please note that the dates listed there are not valid for this year.