Our Advising Services for Computer Science Students
A Sympathetic Ear for Problems and Questions
We invite you to seek counseling during your bachelor's degree program for stresses and difficulties that impact your academic progress. The counseling is always individually tailored to your questions and needs under absolute confidentiality. Our goal is to discover your potentials with you, develop solutions together and support you in implementing them.
We are not a replacement for departmental advising
Mentoring supplements departmental advising and considers the entire study and life situation. If you have questions regarding study content, subject combinations, individual adaptations to the curriculum, examination regulations, accreditation for exam performances from other subjects, as well as placement in a higher core semester please contact the departmental advisor.
Make an Appointment
Please book an appointment in our booking portal. The consultation can take place face-to-face or online.
In urgent cases, email advising is an alternative to waiting for an in person appointment.
Brief Advising via Email
In addition to in person advising, we offer brief advising via email. Brief advising is better alternative when you have clear, uncomplicated questions or if you are uncertain whether the Mentoring Office is the correct office for your concerns.
Are you uncertain whether an advising/mentoring session is right for you?
Find out! It's worth a try. The session is strictly confidential and takes place in a neutral environment. You can end the session at any time.
Are you uncertain whether the Mentoring Office is the right office to answer your questions?
If you are uncertain whether we can answer your question, you are welcome to take advantage of our brief advising and ask via email.
If we are unable to help you, we will tell you the correct contact person or refer you to the relevant offices and further assistance and advising services.
To whom is the consulting offer directed?
The advisory service is primarily aimed at students in the bachelor's degree program in computer science.