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Let's go! The first days of study are exciting, with new experiences and impressions, but also full of question marks. What are the next steps? What will the first days of study bring? When will what be explained and who to adress?
On these pages you will find answers to the most urgent questions. Browse around a little and use all information channels. We wish you a good start to your studies and an exciting time at RWU!
Monday, October 12 to Wednesday, October 14
Each course of study is welcomed individually in the period from October 12th to 14th. When and where the greeting for your study program will take place can be found at the end of the page in the download area.
For all courses of study, teachers are introduced, explained how the individual timetables are created and how to register for lectures. In short: This date is very important for you, be sure to attend!
The everyday life of our university is shaped by many people. At the online fair, the RWU institutions, such as our university management, the central student advisory service or the Seezeit student union, present themselves.
RWU thrives on the participation of its students. In order to help shaping the university, a large number of student initiatives have been founded. Students who get involved in the university have better career opportunities and the chance to think outside the box. Studies conducted by the state of Baden-Württemberg have also shown that students who are engaged at the university are more likely to successfully complete their studies.
From October 12th onwards, you will find the performances, the program of question times and further information here (register with your RWU account).
Moodle is our learning management system: a website with courses, materials and exchange platforms for your events. In addition, Moodle is also where our online events such, as the RWU online fair, take place. Furthermore, you can find information about the courses of study as well as tutorials, tips and tricks for learning.
For Moodle you will need the RWU account that was sent to you by mail. The account name is usually made up of the initials and the student number.
Corona will play a major role in the winter semester 2020/21. To help students keep track, RWU offers information on the following pages:
Changes to existing regulations and news are also communicated to students via e-mail. Checking the university mail regularly is important, not only when it comes to Corona.
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