We have collected the following frequently asked questions with corresponding answers for international students, as well as Würzburg students who are currently on an exchange or planning an exchange. This list will be updated as needed. Please do not hesitate to contact us directly if you do not find an answer to your question here.
Although we cannot offer face-to-face advising in our offices, at the moment, we continue to be here for you and can be reached by phone and email. You can find our contact information on our Team Page. If you need to submit documents, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keeping in touch with our students during this challening time is very important to us. We are continuing to offer our regular International Coffee Corner - now virtually! Check out our Coffee Corner Website for information on how to participate!
Here is a list of Frequently Asked Questions. Do not hesitate to call or email us if you have individual questions.
Please check the Studentenwerk’s website for official information regarding rental contracts: https://www.studentenwerk-wuerzburg.de/fileadmin/Daten/Bekanntmachungen/FAQ_Wohnen.pdf
Yes. If you would like to postpone your exchange programme, you must confirm with your home university if that is possible. For individual questions concerning your exchange program, please contact the International Students Office: email@example.com.
Yes. You can begin your studies at a later time. Please contact the International Students Office: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Federal Ministry of Education and Research offers a so called briding assistance for students in pandemic related emergency.
Details can be found at the website of the Studentenwerk:
There is also the possibility to apply for a student loan:
At this point, unfortunately, there is no definite answer and it may vary from department to department. Please contact your course advisor.
Our lecturers are currently preparing the courses of the "hybrid semester": They will offer numerous digital teaching and learning opportunities. Smaller courses - such as laboratory courses or practical tutorials, smaller seminars or excursions - are planned as in-class lectures. This will enable direct contact with lecturers and teachers, with clarification of your questions, discussions about the online offers and questions that go far beyond that.
The combination of the wide range of digital teaching and learning formats with attendance classes will allow us to offer our students a complete range of courses in all subjects, while at the same time pursuing the necessary measures to protect the health of students and teachers.
If you cannot travel to Germany, please talk to your lecturers about individual solutions (also regarding digital exams).
Please contact the responsible immigration office. City of Würzburg: email@example.com; Würzburg district: firstname.lastname@example.org. . The Immigration Office is aware of the challenging situation for international students caused by Covid-19. To obtain a residence permit, please ask for an appointment three months before your previous title expires. If examinations you are obligated to complete by then have been postponed, please directly inform the Foreign Services Office about this at your appointment.
You can find diverse information regarding study abroad here. This information is being continuously updated. Please be sure to also read any email updates we send to you.
Please see all university information regarding the current situation here.