What is e submission

Student Office

The study department is responsible for the following tasks, among other things:

  • Processing of all study law applications
    (Admission of students, registration for courses and examinations, recognition and repetition of examinations, issuing of certificates, organization of bachelor, master and diploma exams
  • Nostrification of foreign degrees
  • Keeping the directories for coursesand participation in the publication of the course catalog

opening hours

Student Office - limited opening times

We only ask you to use party traffic in urgent cases (e.g. picking up final documents) in order to reduce personal contact to the bare minimum.

  • from 07.09.2020 - open - every Monday and Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.

We are at your disposal for personal appointments on Tuesdays.
For a quick and efficient processing of your request in the course of a personal appointment, we ask you to telephone in advance by the Monday before at the latest!

Mouth and nose protection is compulsory.

Please submit documents (applications, internship certificates, etc.), scanned legibly, by email from your student email account. You can also submit scientific papers by email.

opening hours

General opening hours:

  • During the lecture period:
    Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
  • During the semester break:
    Monday and Wednesday: 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
  • Tuesdays always by appointment (lecture time and lecture-free time)
  • Availability by telephone: on weekdays from approx. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
    Difficult to reach or not reachable by phone during office hours (see above)

If your concern requires more time and preparation, please make an appointment in person, preferably on a Tuesday.

Contact persons

If you have any questions about admission and the admission procedure, please contact admission.

  • Head of Academic Affairs
  • Responsibility and organization for the processes in the study department
  • Contact person for external organization
  • Master's in Wildlife Ecology and Wildlife Management

  • Bachelor of Equine Sciences
  • Bachelor in Biomedicine and Biotechnology
  • Master's in Comparative Biomedicine
  • Exam Organization

  • Diploma study veterinary medicine 1st stage of study
  • Co-allocation
  • Exam Organization
  • Tuition fees (waiver, reimbursement, repayment, information)

  • Teaching organization, including timetables, diploma studies in veterinary medicine
  • Advice on cost performance accounting

  • Recognition of examinations according to § 78 UG
  • Course evaluation
  • Coordination of instructors
  • College allowance

  • Diploma course in veterinary medicine - 2nd and 3rd stage of study
  • Exam Organization
  • Organization of academic celebrations

  • Interdisciplinary Master of Human-Animal-Interactions
  • Master in Evolutionary Systems Biology
  • Admission to doctoral studies and PhD programs
  • University courses (Applied Cynology, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner, Laboratory Animal Science I, Veterinary Physics)
  • Internships
  • Nostrification
  • Performance and funding grants from the BMBWF
  • Teaching contracts and tutor contracts

  • Lecture halls
  • Clicker
  • Media technology
  • Event technology

  • Diploma study veterinary medicine 1st stage of study
  • Exam Organization
  • SAP representative VRL
  • Tuition fees (waiver, reimbursement, repayment, information)