The social counselling service supports all students, prospective students, and graduates seeking advice who need support with and information on personal, social, and financial matters closely related to student status and student life.
An advice service for everyone...
The social counselling service will help you clarify your need for advice and actively support you in finding solutions to various issues that affect and influence your studies:
- Starting, changing, or completing your course Information for Freshers, financial security
- Studying and living with children pregnancy and parental leave, benefits for students who are parents
- Difficulties due to chronic illness or disability
- Questions from foreign students
- Changes in financial situation
- Jobs and social security
- Application procedures and requirements for (social) benefits such as housing allowance, unemployment benefit II, child allowance, etc.
- Health insurance
- Broadcast license fee (exemption) and student discounts
- Support during periods of upheaval
In my advisory role, I can also recommend other special offers from universities and advice centres as necessary.
The consultation is free of charge. The conversations will be kept confidential.