Female students

Our t.e.a.m. support programme aids young female researchers at every stage of their career. It provides female students, doctoral candidates, postdocs, postdoctoral researchers and junior professors in various programme tracks with coordinated workshops, mentoring and networking opportunities.

t.e.a.m. ability

Female students with disabilities receive expertise in a protected space for the successful design of their studies and the transition into their careers.

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We want to support and empower bisexual, lesbian, gay, trans*, inter*, non-binary and queer students and allies with actions, events and counselling services.

Anerkennung der dritten Option. Foto: Colourbox

Adjustment of information on first name(s) and gender

In order to support trans* and inter* students, Leipzig University already recognises first names and gender identities ahead of the official amendment

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Am Kleidungsstück einer Person ist ein Button befestigt mit der Aufrschrift "trans ally"
Blick auf einen Umzugswagen des Christopher Street Day Leipzig
A woman stretches out her hand and signals stop.

Disabilities & chronic illnesses

Disabilities or chronic illnesses should not be considered a disadvantage. We can provide information and services to enable students to study at our university on an equal-opportunity basis.

Foto: Christian Hüller

Help with mental health-related issues

Take advantage of the free and confidential help with mental health-related issues during your studies. In addition, we can also provide you with contacts and assistance in urgent crisis situations.

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Children & Caring for relatives

Studying at our university should be compatible with family matters such as pregnancy, childcare or caring for relatives. We would like to support you with our tips, information and offers.