Central points of contact

Student Admissions Office

The Student Admissions Office provides help and support in all questions relating to applications, admissions, enrolment and exmatriculation.

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Student Advice and Counselling Centre (ZSB)

The Student Advice and Counselling Centre (ZSB) provides advice and support in your transition from school to university (in choosing and preparing courses of studies), as well as during your studies. The Centre offers help in finding solutions to individual problems. Taking your personal situation as the starting point, our aim is to give you information and guidance and, working together with you, draw up possible courses of action.


ULB Central Library

Literature, information, learning places: Discover all the services of Münster University and State Library (ULB) on these topics. You can find all current ULB offers on the website. You can search in catalogues at home, access e-media or activate your student card as a user ID. Information on the numerous locations in the library system of the University of Münster can be found here [de].

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International Office

The International Office advises and supports students at Münster University who would like to complete part of their studies at a university abroad. We advise on the different partnership programmes as well as alternative options and provide information on various financing options. (https://www.uni-muenster.de/studium/en/outgoing/index.html)
In addition, we look after international degree-seeking students who are studying full-time at the University of Münster. For them, we are the central point of contact for information and support for a good start to their studies and life in Münster.

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Careers Service - Münster University

The Career Service has a comprehensive range of seminars, information and advisory services for undergraduates, PhD students and graduates, helping them to develop a sound career profile, gain and reflect on practical experience, make contacts with employers and, last but not least, learn strategies and techniques for making job applications.

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General Students’ Committee (AStA)

The General Students’ Committee (“Allgemeiner Studierendenausschuss”, short: “AStA”) represents all students at Münster University. It is elected for one year as an executive body by the student parliament. AStA is composed of the chairpersons, student advisors and affiliated projects. Here, women, lesbians, gay men, disabled and chronically ill students have their own respective student representatives in autonomous departments.

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University Sports

Are you new to Münster University and interested in sports? Then just browse through our varied sports programme - you are sure to find something for you! You will find courses in over 150 different sports, attractive sports trips, exciting tournaments and interesting further education. Whether dance or sports games, fitness or health sports - we have the right offer! And for delicious coffee and healthy snacks from the region, we recommend our Campus Café [de]. Become part of our community - we are looking forward to meeting you!