With a range of classroom and online courses, WWU IT software courses are offered again. From 26.08.2021 at 5 pm, students of Münster University can register for the free trainings. The range of topics includes office, graphics and statistics programs.
The WWU IT is the IT center of Münster University and responsible for all aspects of IT infrastructure, for communication and media technology as well as for media competence. You can get an overview of the most important services by watching our information film [de].
We are looking for a trainee in the field of IT systems electronics to start on 01.08.2022. During the three-year vocational training, you will get to know the diverse areas of responsibility of the entire information technology at Münster University. You will be responsible for the installation and configuration of routers, as well as the planning and expansion of WIFI networks and, after a training period, you will be responsible for setting up the communication infrastructure at the customer's site.
As of Monday, 07.06.2021, our building will be open again with the services at the service desk at the regular opening hours (Mon.-Fri., 08:00-18:30). The user advisory service will offer its services on site again from 14.06.21, until then it will continue to be available by telephone from Mon.-Fri., 10:00-17:00 at 0251 83 31900. Only the pool rooms will remain closed until further notice.
We look forward to seeing you again.
From 29 April 2021 at 17.00 students can register again for WWU IT software courses. The range of topics includes office, graphics and statistics programs. As courses on site are not possible due to the current situation, we offer courses via Zoom and via the Learnweb.
Wireless internet access has become an essential part of everyday university life. It opens up many possibilities in study, research and teaching and is not without reason the most used IT service at the WWU, along with the email service. It's hard to believe that the technology was only introduced at WWU 20 years ago – and a lot has happened since then.
Since sciebo is perfectly suited for digital work, the university cloud has been able to gain more fans in Corona times: The magic number of 200,000 users has now been cracked - an increase of about 70,000 within a year. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 4 more institutions have added sciebo to their repertoire, so that the service is now offered at 19 universities of applied sciences, 13 universities, one research center and one university library center. Within 6 years, sciebo has become an integral part of the North Rhine-Westphalian higher education landscape and exemplifies networking on a wide variety of levels.