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Studies & enrolment

Studierendensekretariat (students office)

The Studierendensekretariat is your point of contact for questions regarding your student status (enrolment, re-enrolment, leave of absence etc.)

Studierendensekretariat

Zentrale Studienberatung (central student guidance)

Information on study programmes, support in choosing or changing a programme. Open consultation hours in the PEG building (Campus Westend). Contact the SSC (Student Service Centre) to make an appointment.

Zentrale Studienberatung

Studentenwerk (student services)

Advice on topics such as study finances, accommodation, social issues, students with children, hardship funds for semester tickets, advice for international students, ISIC – International Students Identity Card, work, legal advice, psychological counselling.

Studentenwerk Frankfurt am Main


Subject-specific information

Subject-specific guidance

The subject-specific student guidance of the individual faculties offers advice on how to plan your studies and schedules, advice on individual modules, and on any further questions related to your field of study.

Overview of subject-specific guidance

Examination regulations

The study regulations or examination regulations comprise all rules and regulations for the relevant study programme. As a rule, they are published on the homepages of the individual courses.

Overview of courses

Fachschaften (student bodies)

Within each study programme, all students are represented by a specific student body, in German Fachschaft. These student bodies often organise events and get engaged in matters concerning their faculty.

Overview of representational student bodies


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Faculties

There are 16 different faculties at Goethe University, each comprising thematically related subjects and each offering subject-specific information and guidance.



After the enrolment

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What happens once you are registered as a student at the university? What do you have to consider when you begin your studies, and how can you plan for successful studies? The pages "Start your studies" and "Study for success" offer answers and information.