Lecture series on the beginning of studies (held in German)
Financing your studies with the help of BAföG
Your studies are about to start and you are wondering whether you might be able to receive a student grant from the state (BAföG)? During this lecture Sandra Bischoff, head of the BaföG office, will explain important aspects of financing your studies with the help of BaföG. You can ask any questions and will learn about additional possibilities of receiving advice.
Financing your studies with the help of scholarships
You are not entitled to or have decided against applying for a student grant from the state (BaföG)? Then financing your studies with a scholarship might be an alternative. During this lecture, Ms Grübler from the office Deutschlandstipendium will introduce the scholarship Deutschlandstipendium. Our talent scouts will inform you about some more scholarships and opportunities to seek advice:
Starting well into your studies!
For most first-year students the start of their studies means the beginning of something completely new. In this situation, it is perfectly normal to have many questions.
How can I finance my studies?
Where do I have to register for my courses?
Who is in charge of what?
And is there anything I can do to get the hang of my exam nerves?
In a lecture, the Central Student Guidance and Counselling Service of the University of Wuppertal will try to answer all these questions. Registration is not necessary. Just choose one of the dates listed below and drop in. We look forward to seeing you there!
Life hacks for everyday student life: important and useful information for a new stage of life
You have successfully passed your university entrance examinations. Now, perhaps with a first flat on your own or a room in a shared apartment, you struggle with periods of notice or electricity bills that are too high. In order to ensure that everything goes smoothly, this lecture by the Verbraucherzentrale NRW will inform you about inexpensive on-site advice and will give you tips about saving money.