The ABZ offers a Zoom-Hotline for all question regarding your study start. The hotline is in German.
|19.10.2021||12:00 - 13:00 Uhr|
|21.10.2021||16:00 - 17:00 Uhr|
|26.10.2021||12:00 - 13:00 Uhr|
|28.10.2021||16:00 - 17:00 Uhr|
Help regarding your study plan is offered on the 22.10.2021 from 9-10 Uhr via Zoom.
The winter semester is scheduled to take place in presence.
Mandatory mouth-nose protection for students: A medical mouth-nose protection (surgical mask) is to be worn during the entire stay in the buildings and also in queues in front of buildings.
The Corona Protection Ordinance specifies that events in educational institutions may only be attended by immunized or tested individuals.
1 Step: Check in
- Provide proof of identity and 3G-status in the check-in places on campus (exact buildings available here)
- Status is logged into a web application (https://3g.uni-due.de/login) or printed
2 Step: Boarding
Your status is checked upon entry to events, and at some locations upon entry to the event building. Identity checks are done randomly.
Videotutorials - Checklist
Moodle, myUDE-App & HisinOne Videotutorials
The University of Duisburg-Essen uses and offers various online portals to provide different services. Here you will find video tutorials to help you find your way around the platforms.
You can also find more tutorials from the ABZ here: Video tutorials about the online tools of the university
In the free myUDE app (available for Android and iPhone), you can not only view the canteen menus and access your semester ticket, but also you can check your timetable and grade overview. The personalizable app provides access to exam registration and exam deregistration, the UDE job search market, shows you your current library book loans, public transport departure schedules, and even a navigation function to help you find your way around campus.
Here you can find our video tutorial on how the app works.
Moodle is the platform where you can find lecture and seminar content.
A video tutorial on how to find your way around can be found here.
You already know HisinOne from your enrollment. As a student, you will find many administrative functions in HisinOne, such as your certificate of enrollment and exam registration and deregistration.
To help you find your way around the portal, we have two videos for you:
- HisinOne: Download Certificate of Enrollment and Transcript of Records.
- HisinOne: Exam registration and deregistration
Study plan and schedule
In the following powerpoint presentation we demonstrate where to
- find your study plan, and
- how to create your personal schedule
1. click on the presentation link
2. presentation is downloaded
3. presentation starts automatically
For a successful start of your studies Checklist
- Activate university identification
- Submit certificate of enrollment to necessary offices (e.g. for your health insurance)
- Determine dates and deadlines (exam, seminar and course registration periods, lecture times, etc.)
- Determine dates for introductory events during orientation week
- Read module handbook and examination regulations
- Create timetable
- Register for lectures, seminars and courses
- Find contact persons and student representatives for your course of study
- Apply for online access to internet portals
- Charge your student ID card for payment transactions in the library, cafeterias and photocopying machines
- Download myUDE app and download semester ticket in it
- Arrange student financing (BAföG, parents, part-time jobs, scholarships, etc.)
- Follow the Faculty of Engineering on Instagram to stay up to date
Dates - Events- Contacts
Wintersemester 2021/2022 Semester dates
|Orientation week||04.10. - 08.10.2021|
|Exam registration||08.11. - 19.11.2021|
|Christmas holidays||24.12.2021 - 07.01.2022|
- 02.11.2021: Webinar on mental health during your studies (in German)
16 h: Webinar followed by a Q&A session with ABZ psychologist Christian Hoverath.
You will find the zoom link here on the day of the event - registrations are not necessary.
Contact persons & resources
- The ABZ is your contact for problems concerning your studies. Especially for freshmen the ABZ offers an email hotline: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For questions concerning the study of engineering sciences the Helpdesk SCIES offers you help.
- To make it easier to network with fellow students, the ABZ offers a list of chat groups for first-year students.
- Here you will find a FAQ that answers many of the frequently asked questions you may have as a first-year student.
- At the ABZ you will also find explanations for some functionalities as well as maps of the buildings and some more: Orientation for freshmen
- On the virtual market of possibilities all institutions around the university present themselves. Take a look!
- On the page of the ABZ you will find a list of different counseling centers that can help you with specific problems.
- How do I study for an exam? Who do I turn to if I get stuck in my studies? You can find helpful tips and various contact persons in our emergency kit.
Get to know us!
Our professors introduce their institutes in a short video.
Department Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
- Automation and Safety
- Automotive Engineering & Management
- Communications Engineering (ISE)
- Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering (ISE)
- Embedded Systems Engineering (ISE)
- Industrial Engineering
- Medical Engineering
- Power Engineering (ISE)
Department Mechanical and Process Engineering
Stay networked - stay in touch - exchange ideas - ask for support!
The LuDi are primarily aimed at students in their first two semesters, but they can also be used as learning rooms by students in higher semesters.
Use the opportunity to discuss special questions outside of lectures and to better prepare for the exam phase.
Your fellow-students from the student council represent students' interests at the university. They organize the orientation week, different activitites and events during the semester and help you in any way they can with your study material, establishing contacts with other students etc.
The "Support Center for (International) Engineering Students" (SCIES) serves as a central information point for the students at the Faculty of Engineering.
We not only provide information and consultation on study and organizational questions, but also help get the most out of your studies.