Information for students

Are you in the first semester of your studies and need information or have you been studying for longer and are looking for applications and forms? Perhaps you’ll find what you’re looking for here. Otherwise, please get in touch! For contact details, seeTeam.

Teaching in the Corona period:

Timetable WiSe 2021/22 (will follow soon)

The winter semester 2021/22 will largely take place online, as was the case last summer semester. We have planned one attendance week per month for first semester students. For students of the higher semesters there will be up to 2 attendance weeks each in which lectures will take place in Leer. In addition, block weeks have been planned for conducting laboratory and simulator courses for the nautical students.

In the plan above you can see which course of studies/semester has its attendance week and when. A detailed event plan (also for the online events) will be published shortly before the semester. The hygiene regulations of the university, which have already been published, apply to the attendance courses. The plan can only work if all participants behave reasonably according to the given rules. Further restrictions of the attendance courses depend on the further course of the corona pandemic.

Infos for first semester

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Dates and Timetables

Schedule, examination timetables and room plans for the courses of study at the Department of Maritime Sciences

Applications & Forms

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The mentoring team will advise, support and accompany you. First-year students receive support from the mentoring team, e.g. for a successful start to their studies.


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