- 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
Application phase is still running!
This year, Lower Saxony's grammar schools are not sending any school-leaving classes because of the return to 13 school years. This means: more chances for a study place in the winter semester 2020/21! There are plenty of good reasons to study at Osnabrück University, for example the research-based teaching in well-supervised study courses, the short distances or the affordable housing. More information about application.
Survey for the Corona Warning App
Research teams from Osnabrück University and EM Normandie Business School (France) are looking for participants for a survey. They want to find out how the corona tracing apps are accepted worldwide and why they are used - or not. The survey can be found here, it takes only ten minutes and is available in several languages.
Bridging aid for students
The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is helping students who are demonstrably in a financial or economic emergency situation owing to the corona pandemic with allowances totalling 100 million euros. They are paid out via the student service organisations – the Studierenden- or Studentenwerk (STW). Depending on proven need, you could receive between 100 euros and 500 euros as a non-repayable allowance. More information for students of the Osnabrück University can be obtained from the Osnabrück Student Services.
Troubleshooters: "We are still there for you!"
In the second phase of the Troubleshooters initiative, we present the numerous support and counselling services the Osnabrück University offers for students. Do not hesitate to take up contact!
Current information about measures against the Corona virus
Based on the current regulations for delaying the spread of the Corona Virus, the university has to make further far-reaching regulations for the university. Detailed information is available on the page Corona virus: Current measures including FAQs about studies and examinations during this situation.
Reachability Student service
Starting on 4th May 2020, the Campuscard can be validated and issued again at the StudiOS from Monday to Thursday between 10.30 and 14.30 and on Fridays between 10.30 and 14.00. Please obey the following rules, outside on the campus as well as inside the StudiOS building. The StudiOS information line can be reached at 969 7777. In addition, requests can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Study Counseling Service switches to online consultations
The Study Counseling Service (ZSB) has expanded 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.
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.