Corona info from the Academic Advisory Service at Faculty 10

Consultation hours:
The consultation hours currently take place mainly as a phone consultation via the number (+49) 251/83-39348 and as a consultation via video chat. (You can find more information on the video consultation here.)
You can see the current consultation hours and the mode of the consultation below. We will try to take care of all inquiries, hope to be able to avoid long waiting times and will call you back where appropriate.
Outside of our consultation hours we may be reached as usual by email (at fb10studienberatung@uni-muenster.de).

Information on teaching and examinations:
You may find information by the University Management here.
You may find further information by the Student Admissions Office here.

Academic Advisory Service

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

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f.l. Dr. Sebastian Posur, Dr. Robin Loose, Dr. Angela Holtmann

Phone: We are currently available during our consultation hours via (+49) 251 / 83-39348.

Room: 113 (1st floor)
Einsteinstraße 62, 48149 Münster

Central email address: fb10studienberatung@uni-muenster.de


Current consultation hours

The consultation hours currently take place mainly as a phone consultation via the number (+49) 251/83-39348 and as a consultation via video chat. (You can find more information on the video consultation here.)

Consultation hours during the lecture period (current consultation hours from 10 January, 2022 to 4 February, 2022) will take place on the following dates (public holidays excluded) – we will announce any necessary changes here:

  • Mon, 9 – 11 a.m.: phone and video consultation, Robin Loose
  • Tue, 9 – 11 a.m.: from 11 January, 2022 as phone and video consultation, Robin Loose
  • Thu, 9 – 11 a.m.: phone and video consultation, Angela Holtmann/Sebastian Posur
  • Fri, 1.30 – 3.30 p.m.: phone and video consultation, Angela Holtmann/Sebastian Posur

We also offer consultations at separate appointments if you think that your concern is particularly extensive or you are not able to find time during the specified open consultation hours.

Due to the current Corona situation and the assumption, that most of the students attend the lectures/courses digitally, we offer the current consultation hours digitally as phone and video consultation exclusively. If you have the explicit wish to talk to the academic advisory service in person, we can make an individual appointment for a consultation in-person. For the in-person consultations the 3G-rule is valid.

Tasks in the context of academic advisory service

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    Advice to all students at Faculty 10 on their questions about their studies, in particular about the Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes (in Mathematics and Computer Science)

Attention!


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    For the issuing of placement certificates for higher semesters as well as for the recognition of required coursework and degree-relevant examinations, please contact the degree programme and examination officers of the individual degree programmes directly!

  • To issue performance certificates according to §48 BAföG, please contact the BAföG officers from our faculty directly!

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    We only advise on the degree programmes and partial degree programmes in our faculty (i.e. Mathematics, Computer Science, Learning Area II: Basic Training in Mathematics).

    Information on the B.Sc. Information Systems and M.Sc. Information Systems degree programmes can be obtained from the Department of Information Systems at Faculty 04 (School of Business and Economics).

    Information on the B.Sc. Geoinformatics and M.Sc. Geoinformatics degree programmes is available at the Institute for Geoinformatics at Faculty 14 (Faculty of Geosciences).

You may find answers to frequently asked questions and further information on the right via the menu bar. Via the item Studienhinweise (in German) there is among other things information …

  • on the choice of subject-specific seminars for the students of the two-subject bachelor's programme and the Bachelor of Vocational College Education in mathematics
  • on the choice of advanced modules for the students of the Bachelor of Science Mathematics
  • on the distribution of minor subjects for the minor subjects with restricted admission (business administration, economics, philosophy, psychology) of the subject-specific degree programmes (Bachelor of Science Mathematics, Bachelor of Science Computer Science, Master of Science Mathematics, Master of Science Computer Science)
  • on the examination regulations for passing the modules 1 and 2 (in the two-subject bachelor's programme and the Bachelor of Vocational College Education in mathematics) as well as for the modules 1, 2, 5 and 6 (in the Bachelor of Science Mathematics, ER 2014 and 2020)
  • on the oral exams in module 4 (in the Bachelor of Science Mathematics, ER 2014 and 2020) and module 5 (in the two-subject bachelor's programme and the Bachelor of Vocational College Education in mathematics)

We are also in charge of:

  • cooperation in the allocation of courses in the HISLSF/QISPOS
  • help with overlapping dates (of exams or compulsory courses)
  • Brennpunkt Lehre

Mailing address

Studienkoordination/Fachstudienberatung
Fachbereich Mathematik und Informatik
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Einsteinstraße 62
D-48149 Münster

Further contacts for the subjects Mathematics and Computer Science

Ms. Herweg and Ms. Kupetz from the examinations office also answer questions from the examination environment. (Concerning the Master of Education you can contact Ms. Lammers or Ms. Herweg at the examinations office.)

The individual lecturers are usually happy to help if you have any questions about the content of the course, the subject-specific course of study, etc.

For special questions as well as for the placement certificates and the recognition of required coursework and degree-relevant examinations, there are also the course and examinations officers for the individual degree programmes.

The students in the Mathematics and Computer Science Student Council and the GHR Student Council also regularly offer student advice. Here you can find out more about the courses and your studies from a student perspective.

Further contacts in the student advisory service

In addition to the subject-specific advisory service, there are other contact persons at the University of Münster who can help you with (not necessarily subject-related) questions before your studies, during your studies and at the end of your studies. You will find an overview of which concerns you should best turn to which office in the following file (in German):

Informationen zur Studienberatung – Orientierung für Studieninteressierte und Studierende (pdf, 150 KB).