In addition to the official welcome ceremony on 4 October 4, 9:00, in lecture hall 1 and via livestream, you can expect, among other things, Friedolin question time, special information for student teachers, as well as information booths of university groups and other university institutions.
General events and training sessions at the beginning of your studiesWe also recommend that you take part in the workshops on the first phase of your studies: there you can reflect on your start and course of studies under professional guidance, exchange experiences with other students, and practice study-related methods and learning techniques.
Note: Please also check your email account @uni-jena.de regularly to receive up-to-date information about the Introduction Days and your study programme.
For some study programmes we offer preliminary courses in mathematics and chemistry. Here you can refresh your school knowledge, prepare yourself for your studies - and, of course, make initial contacts. As a rule, the preliminary courses are optional, but are recommended.
We publish detailed information on the individual preliminary courses on this page in good time before the respective new dates. Usually, the preliminary courses take place at the beginning of the winter semester.
Math Course for Biogeoscience students (Bachelor): 10 -14 Oct 2022, Hörsaal Fraunhofer Str. 6, Details/ Registration
Math Course for Geoscience students (Bachelor): 10 -14 Oct 2022, SR 385, Carl-Zeiss-Str. 3, Details/ Registration
Courses before the start of the semester
Please note: For preliminary courses before the start of the semester, you have to look for accommodation by yourself or, if necessary, please talk to the Studierendenwerk about a possible earlier start date for your room in the dormitory.
Successful start to studies: What else you should know
What is the Faculty of Chemistry and Earth Sciences (CGF), which institutes and buildings are there and what does this have to do with my studies?
Who are the important contact persons for questions about exams or problems during my studies at the faculty?
What deadlines do I have to observe during the semester?
And can I also participate in the committees as a student?