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Familienservice der Universität Würzburg

Family-friendly campus

The Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg attaches great importance to the compatibility of studies or career and family.

The university has been certified as a family-friendly university since 2008.

For emergency situations in which children have to be brought to work, our first family room will soon be available at Hubland Nord, Klara-Oppenheimer-Weg 38.

The room is equipped with a desk and has play facilities for children.

The Family Service offers children toy boxes for hire.

The boxes can be used by students and employees who spontaneously need to take their child to the office.

With a Mensa children's card from the Studierendenwerk Würzburg, children receive a free lunch - read more about the kids’ meals

In the PDF document " Children at the University of Würzburg" you will find an overview of baby changing and breastfeeding facilities, parent-child workrooms and play areas.

In the coming months we will update, supplement and expand the information provided. Thank you for your patience.

At the university, there is a lot on offer for families, and not just things organized by the Family Service Department.


There are great lectures on fascinating topics for children in the Children's University program.

The Botanic Garden offers a varied program of public events with guided tours, exhibitions and workshops, as well as specifics events  for children and families.

Pupils who attend pre-university classes at their school also have the opportunity to take a trial classes.

At Rudi's research camp, children between the ages of 8 and 12 can wield test tubes like real scientists.

Afterwards, children between the ages of 10 and 13, who took part in the research camp, can attend Rudi's vacation research camp.

Do you have your child with you at the university and need a few things to make the time more enjoyable for everyone?

In addition to our toy boxes, we also offer other items for children to use while they are on campus.