Get your creative juices flowing in the big band, Campus-TV, choir, orchestra or theatre. The many university and study groups might also sting you into action. You can even get credits for joining the theatre group or being involved in one university group or another. And those who do not have a grand piano at home can borrow a key for the piano room (20 euros per semester or 5 euros per moth).
No bike of your own? No problem. At the Asta bike rental students can order bikes online and rent them for 1 euro per day, with 60 rental days being allowed per semester, for Erasmus students even 120 days.
Your bike needs servicing? Welcome to the Asta bike repair shop. Here you can build your repair capacities. You will find the necessary tools, some spare parts and motivated tutors offering help and advice.
Nightline Konstanz provides listening and information services for students by students – it’s all completely anonymous, confidential, unprejudiced.
Tue-Wed 9 pm. – 1 am. // Fri-Sun 9 pm. – 1 am.
Phone: +49 7531 206-886
Studying abroad and turning a still unexplored city into your new home – it could be a huge adventure. More than 1,000 international students from all over the world experience the same nervousness and excitement their first day in Konstanz. But stay cool – the staff of the University of Konstanz is here to assist you.
No matter if you would like to apply as an exchange or degree-seeking student at the University of Konstanz – the International Office is the most important source of assistance before and during your stay in Konstanz. Feel free to speak to the staff concerning visas, financial strains or planning your studies.
There are many ways to realise a study visit abroad. The University of Konstanz has a broad international outlook and encourages every student to go abroad for one or two semesters. Exchange possibilities offered by more than 250 collaborations with universities throughout the world make this quite easy.
And not only studying – you can also think about doing a work placement, a research project, a summer school or a language course in another country. There are so many opportunities…
Do you have questions relating to your studies? No matter whether you need information about courses of study, a certificate of study or want to arrange a consultation appointment: the SSZ is the first contact point for domestic, international and prospective students.
Student-Service-Centre (SSZ), Level B4
Mon-Thu 9.30 am. – 2 pm. // Fri 9.30 am. – 1 pm.
Phone: +49 7531 88-3636
Fax: +49 7531 88-4138
If you need extensive advice on individual courses, please contact the Central Student Advice Service (ZSB, Zentrale Studienberatung).
Arrange your appointment directly at the SSZ, by phone or via e-mail.
Central Student Advice Service (ZSB)
Phone: +49 7531 88-5368 or -5155
Fax: +49 7531 88-3574
In all matters relating to equal opportunities and family affairs please contact this office.
Office for Equal Opportunities and Family Affairs
Marion Woelki (Head of the office)
Phone: + 49 7531 88-2032
The ‘AStA’ (allgemeiner Studierendenausschuss), your elected Students‘ Committee, offers a lot of support and information for all students.
Phone: +49 7531 88-2517
Room H301 a/b
If you are really feeling down, you’ll find help at the Psychotherapeutic Advice Centre from Seezeit. Registration by phone or personally on Mon, Wed, Fri 11 am. to 12 pm.
Psychotherapeutic Advice Centre
Seezeit Studentenwerk Bodensee
Phone: +49 7531 88-7310