Where can I get advice and counselling?

International prospective students can take advantage of a broad range of advice services offered by various institutions at the WWU. The International Office provides support and information concerning the degree programme offer, admission requirements, the application processes at the WWU and financial and visa matters. Each degree programme has a designated degree course advisor. These advisors provide counselling and assistance in all matters related to the degree programme, such as its structure, content, research topics and perspectives. The Student Admissions Office provides help in matters related to applying to restricted-admission degree programmes, enrolment, re-registration and eventually de-registration.

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International Office

The International Office provides prospective international students with extensive support and advice concering our study programme offer, study preparatory German language courses, admission requirements, application processes, visa and financial matters.

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Student Admissions Office

The Student Admissions Office provides help in matters related to applying to restricted-admission degree programmes, enrolment, re-registration and eventually de-registration.

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Degree course counselling

Each degree programme has a designated degree course advisor. These advisors provide counselling and assistance in all matters related to the degree programme, such as its structure, content, research topics and perspectives.

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Centre for Teacher Education

The Centre for Teacher Education (ZfL) advises students in teaching degree programmes. The ZfL provides prospective students an overview of the programmes in teaching degree offered at the University of Münster along with information to help them meet the requirements for enrolment in a teaching degree programme.

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University Day

Every year in November the University Day takes place in Münster. On this day, about 17,000 prospective students visit several universities in the city every year and get a taste of study air.