- 1 Cultural Studies and Social Sciences
- 3 Educational and Cultural Studies
- 4 Physics
- 5 Biology/Chemistry
- 6 Mathematics/Computer Science
- 7 Languages, Literatures and Cultures
- 8 Human Sciences
- 9 Business Administration and Economics
- 10 Law
University Sports: New online offer
The staff at the Center for University Sports have switched their course program to an online format. Under the title #beactiveathome, they are seeking to support students and staff in their efforts to keep fit and remain active in the current situation. In addition to tips for getting sufficient exercise at home, students and staff can also access training videos and live streams. The 15-minute "Pausenexpress" ("quick break") program can now also be accessed digitally.
Reachability Student service
When the university buildings are closed, the Campuscard will no longer be validated or issued until further notice. The StudiOS information line is still busy and can be reached at 969 7777. In addition, requests can be directed to email@example.com
Study Counseling Service switches to online consultations
The Study Counseling Service (ZSB) is expanding its digital advisory service. From now on, prospective students can chat online with the ZSB’s advisors or make video calls. In addition, the ZSB has extended its opening hours and can now be reached by telephone Monday to Thursday from 10 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 4 pm and Friday from 10 am to 12 pm. Virtual group consultations on various topics are being planned and will be announced shortly.
International employees & researchers at Osnabrück University
Osnabrück University offers international employees a tailor-made support service that helps them settle in this relatively small, but lively city and find their way through any initial paperwork. Three of our international researchers take you on a short video trip through the university and the city with its mix of old and new as well as urban culture and nature.
AI Campus at Osnabrück University
The AI Campus at Osnabrück University is the result of several years of profile building in the field of Artificial Intelligence. It combines the intensively researched but at the same time application-oriented subjects of Computer Science, Cognitive Science, Information Systems and Mathematics research teams.
Pre-sessional German language course for students and PhD candidates
This three-week pre-sessional German language course is organized by the Language Center for international students and PhD candidates at Osnabrück University. Courses will be offered on four different proficiency levels (A1 to B2) to best prepare international visitors for their stay, studies and research in Osnabrück.