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Start of studies at RWU

Studis auf dem Campus.
Information about starting your studies
Studierende auf dem Campus

Welcome to RWU

Let's go! The first few days of your studies are exciting, with new experiences and impressions, but also full of question marks. What will happen now? What will the first days of study bring? When will what be explained and who can I turn to?

This page provides answers to the most pressing questions. Browse around a little and use all the information channels. We wish you a good start to your studies and an exciting time!

 

Der Rektor Professor Dr. Thomas Spägele begrüßt im Kultur- und Kongresszentrum die Erstsemester zum Auftakt ins Wintersemester 2019/2020.

Joint welcome of the study programs in the Weingarten Culture and Congress Center

Monday, March 11

On March 11 , the joint welcome of all study programs will take place from 10:00 a.m. in the Culture and Congress Center Weingarten. From 9:00 a.m. you can walk together with the "Verfasste Studierendenschaft" and the student councils from the parking lot at building C to the Culture and Congress Center or you can come directly to the Culture and Congress Center. The meeting point is at the Culture and Congress Center at 9:30 a.m..

Here you will be welcomed by the City of Weingarten and our Rectorate and given an insight into the faculties. The student representatives and the various student councils will also introduce themselves. Afterwards, the city/campus tour on the RWU campus will give you a comprehensive insight into our university. There will also be a varied program organized by the student councils.

 

 

Semesterstart
Quelle: RWU

Welcoming the study programs on site

Tuesday, March 12

Each degree program will be welcomed individually on 12 March . You can find out when and where the welcome event for your degree program will take place in the program at the bottom of the page in the section "Information about starting your studies at RWU". For all degree programs, lecturers will be introduced, it will be explained how the individual timetables are created and how you can register for lectures.

In short: this event is very important for you, so make sure you attend!

Afterwards, the student councils will introduce themselves and you will have the opportunity to spend the lunch break together with the student representatives and the student councils.


From 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. , various university groups will also be presenting themselves on campus on this day.

Studentische Projektkonferenz

Compulsory events and presentation of institutions and initiatives

Wednesday, March 13

On Wednesday, March 13 , some important compulsory events will take place:

  • Introduction to the examination system by Prof. Dr. Mauser
  • Lecture on occupational health and safety and fire safety at the university by Mr. Kranz
  • Lecture on social responsibility at the university by Ms. Lang from Ravensburg Police Headquarters

 

Afterwards, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. , student initiatives and institutions at RWU, such as the Central Student Advisory Service, the Formula Student Team or the Studierendenwerk Seezeit, will present themselves in the main building. RWU thrives on student participation. A large number of student initiatives have therefore been set up to help shape the university. Through their involvement, students have better career opportunities and the chance to think outside the box. Studies by the state of Baden-Württemberg also show that students who are involved at the university are more likely to successfully complete their studies.

 

Greenscreen im Didaktikzentrum

Guided tours to the Didactics Center

Guided tours to the Didactics Center take place alongside the compulsory courses. This is located in Building K. Here you can get an insight into the learning café, try out VR and test our green screen in the film studio. You will also find out about support services for starting your studies. The guided tours of the Didactics Center start on Wednesday, March 13 at 9:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m..

The complete program overview for the presentation of the individual institutions and initiatives will follow and will be announced here in good time.

Beratung

Where can I find help?

  • https://www.rwu.de/beratung-hilfe
    Overview page on help and counseling services at RWU.
  • FAQ
    Frequently asked questions about studying at RWU.
  • Student Service
    First point of contact for questions about organizing your studies.
  • Central Student Advisory Service
    The Central Student Advisory Service helps with questions about subject selection, prospects, learning in general and many other aspects.
  • RZ service portal
    Questions about RWU's IT services (from e-mail to LSF account).
  • Moodle and more
    Information about the study programs, instructions, tips and tricks about RWU tools or the topics of learning, writing, presenting, etc.

Information about starting your studies at RWU

Here you can find more information about the start of the course and the program for March 11-13.

On March 8 and 9, the Campus Camp will take place in the summer semester 2024.
The RWU student body cordially invites you to attend!
You can expect two days to get to know each other and gain a perfect insight into the university.

Further information can be found in the following invitation.

Contact & People

General contact details

Postal address RWU Hochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten
University of Applied Sciences
P.O. Box 30 22
88216 Weingarten
Germany

Central Student Advisory Service

For all questions about studying.

Jana Schön M.A.

Research assistant in the SPEND project.
Central Academic Advising.

Student Service

Questions about the study organization.

Contact and opening hours

Marina Schneider

Admissions Office, Student Administration Office
Faculty of Technology and Management, Fee Management
Marina Schneider