Academic Advice in Mathematics

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General Academic Advice and Advice in Examination Issues

PD Dr. Markus Junker
Coordinator of the degree programmes in mathematics

  • Ernst-Zermelo-Straße 1, Room 312
  • Phone +49 761 203-5537 (please call outside the office hours indicated below)
  • E-Mail: studienberatung@math.uni-freiburg.de
  • Office hours: Mon 14:00–15:00h; also by appointment in case the office hours do not suit.
    (current information about office hours on my webpage.)

Acceptance of Study Periods, Credits and Exams

Prof. Dr. Angelika Rohde
Chairwoman of the examination committees for mathematics

Specific Academic Advice

Dipl.-Math. Alexis Papathanassopoulos
Department for Applied Mathematics

Dr. Katharina Böcherer-Linder
Department of Mathematical Didactics

PD Dr. Markus Junker
Department of Mathematical Logic

  • Ernst-Zermelo-Straße 1, Room 312
  • Phone +49 761 203-5537 (please call outside the office hours indicated below)
  • E-Mail: studienberatung@math.uni-freiburg.de
  • Office hours: Mon 14:00–15:00h; also by appointment in case the office hours do not suit.
    (current information about office hours on my webpage.)

Dr. Ernst August Freiherr von Hammerstein
Department of Mathematical Stochastics
Advice for specialization in financial mathematics in the Master's programme

Advice for the ERASMUS Exchange Programme

International Office

Marius Zeinhofer
ERASMUS assistant
Advice for Freiburg students in mathematics who want to study abroad

Prof. Dr. Patrick Dondl
Exchange representative of the Mathematical Institute

EUCOR – The european Campus

Students of the University of Freiburg have the opportunity to attend courses at the five member universities of Eucor – without paying additional fees. The members of the trinational network include the universities of:

  • Basel
  • Freiburg
  • Haute-Alsace (Mulhouse/Colmar)
  • Strasbourg
  • the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
The point of cross-border studies is, in particular, that you can attend complementary courses not offered at your own university at another Eucor university. You can benefit from the ECTS credits attained during this mobility as part of your curriculum (please get in touch with the exchange representative of the Mathematical Institute or with the coordinator of the degree programmes). At the same time, you can also gain experience abroad and learn new languages. The universities support their students’ mobility by covering their travel costs.

Students from Eucor – The European Campus benefit from the same rights of use for services in the five member universities as in their home university (online services, canteens, student residences, reduced rates for public transport, reimbursements for travel expenses, mobility grants, library loans, etc.). For more information, please see the Eucor website of the International Office.

Central Information & Advice

Online Self Assessment

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