It's not uncommon for students to experience a motivational slump during their studies. There could be various reasons for this, such as losing interest in the subject matter, uncertainty about post-graduation plans, difficulties with professors, or struggling to establish an effective study routine. Feeling uncomfortable in your study situation is something many students encounter.
In most cases, these feelings are temporary, and you can find ways to overcome them.
However, if you find yourself dissatisfied with your studies for an extended period of time, facing multiple exam failures, and questioning not just your chosen study program but possibly whether the university is even a good fit for you, it's important to address these concerns and explore potential solutions.
In cooperation with the Handwerkskammer Frankfurt Rhein-Main (Chamber of Skilled Crafts Frankfurt Rhine-Main), Goethe University offers an advisory and information service for students who have doubts about their studies, are looking for alternatives, and are interested in obtaining a recognized professional qualification, e.g. in a skilled trade.
As part of "yourPush", the Student Advisory Service counsels students who may be uncertain about remaining at the university regarding their options (e.g. change of study location or subject, in-company training, dual study program) and supports them in finding the best solution for their situation.
For a comprehensive overview of options and opportunities related to leaving university, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research provides valuable information on its website: https://www.studienabbruch-und-dann.de/.
Counseling for those having doubts about their studies
Theodor-W.-Adorno-Platz 6, 60323 Frankfurt, PEG-Building,
1st floor, Room 1.G014