Before lectures begin, you should consider how to finance your studies and take a first glance at the examination regulations (POs) of your study programme. Your department’s website contains suggestions for your class schedule as well as other useful information. You can find courses using the online course catalogue.
Step 2: Feeling at home in the city of Konstanz
For only € 53.80, you can purchase a Studi-Ticket that will allow you to use Konstanz’s bus system during the entire semester. Why not use your first bus ride to head to the Buergerbuero (Citizens Service Office) and register with the municipality? University groups and departmental student councils host free city tours and night-life events when the semester starts. Have fun exploring!
Step 3: Feeling at home at the University of Konstanz
For a smooth start into the semester, make sure you pick up your student ID card (UniCard). Please bring your ID card or passport with you!
Step 4: Use campus IT services
Activate your email account and set up your campus Eduroam WiFi (WLAN). Contact KIM IT Support at the University of Konstanz with any additional questions. Find out what the study portals for students, eg. ZEuS, ILIAS and StudIS can do for you.