Most events will take place online, meaning you can attend them from the comfort of your own home. Individual events are also being offered on campus. Please find out in advance!

Welcome

We invite you to inform yourself and find the right contact points for your questions about choosing a course of study – welcome to our University Information Day!

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Discover Leipzig University

Discover Leipzig University

From lecture hall to lab, library to university choir, medicine to biodiversity – discover our university and city!

Our degree programmes

With digital options and a number of in-person events, we will inform you about studying for a degree and the individual degree programmes. Gain a first-hand insight into everyday university life and get to know our lecturers, students and advisers.

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Find your degree programme!

Use the various filter options to find the right course for you. Give it a click!

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Get to know the faculties and institutes: Information at a glance

Are you unsure which faculty or institute is responsible for your preferred degree programme? The Courses of Study page contains the necessary information about individual degree programmes. 

If you wish to study to become a teacher, please refer to the information provided by the Faculty of Education as well as the faculties to which your preferred subjects belong.

For information from the individual faculties, some of which may also be available in English, please refer to the German version of this page.

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Study to become a teacher

Are you interested in a teacher training degree? Here you will find information about how teaching degree programmes are structured, admission requirements and support services.

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Meet online

Meet us virtually and clarify your questions about choosing a course of study and applying, studying abroad, housing, and living in Leipzig.

We look forward to answering your questions personally.

Your Student Advisory Service Team at Leipzig University
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What about a chat with students?

Our friendly student ambassadors will talk informally about how they found their course of study and what everyday student life is like. They will provide insights into how they fund their studies, how they live, and what life is like as a student in Leipzig. In the process, they will dispel a myth or two about studying and answer any questions you have.

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Information and activities at a glance

What about a chat with students?

The friendly student ambassadors Leni, Michael, Sebastian, Patricia, Tuan and Vivi will talk informally about how they found their course of study and what everyday student life is like. They will provide insights into how they fund their studies, how they live, and what life is like as a student in Leipzig. In the process, they will dispel a myth or two about studying and answer any questions you have, no matter how vague or seemingly unimportant. Afterwards there will be the opportunity to talk to the individual students in breakout rooms and also to ask subject-specific questions.

Further information about the student ambassadors

On and around the University Information Day in May, the student ambassadors will also be offering hour-long campus tours in person. You are welcome to register for one of these by email. 

Saturday morning breakfast with questions about German courses and studying at Leipzig University – event for prospective students from abroad

Breakfast and coffee with questions about German courses and studying at Leipzig University, with Dorothea Tkadleckova and Betina Sedlaczek from the International Centre.

Saturday morning breakfast with questions about attending the Studienkolleg Sachsen before studying at Leipzig University – event for prospective students from abroad

Breakfast and coffee with questions about attending the Studienkolleg Sachsen before studying at Leipzig University, with Simon Lintzen and Antje Schöne from the International Centre.

We use the conference software BigBlueButton (BBB) and Zoom for our information events. Both work best with the web browsers Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and or Microsoft Edge. Please also take note of the following:

Application

Have you already chosen a degree programme? Great! You will now need to prepare everything for your application. Good luck!

Frau sitzt zu Hause am Laptop und macht sich Notizen, Foto: Christian Hüller

International applications

All applications for study programmes at our university are submitted online. Here you can find out everything about applying – from admission restrictions to the numerus clausus and application periods.

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Experience uni and city life

Get to know one of the oldest universities in Europe, with 150 degree programmes ranging in all manner of disciplines. Our students learn and study at various sites throughout the city. Take a look around and experience our university locations on a digital 360° campus tour – or in real life!

Menschengruppe bei einer Führung im Neuen Augusteum am Tag der offenen Tür

Get a taste of campus air ... and meet students?

Join one of our campus tours, which are given by student ambassadors on and around the University Information Day. They will not only show you around the Augustusplatz campus, but also answer questions about studying, living and working in Leipzig.

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Guidance and services

Are you unsure what to study? Or do you have questions about studying at Leipzig University? Here you will find our advisory centres, which can support you whatever your question or life situation.

Podcast: “Das hätte ich gern vor dem Studium gewusst!”

In our German podcast, academic adviser Anne Kränkel and student Martin Schnitzer give tips for successful studying and reveal what to do if things don’t go as planned. The episode is moderated by student Annika Seiferlein.

Studienberaterin berät Ratsuchende, Foto: Christian Hüller
Studienbotschafterinnen und Studienbotschafter arbeiten zusammen am Tisch im Hörsaalgebäude, Foto: Christian Hüller
Frau schaut durch ein Fernrohr auf eine Stadt mit Wolkenkratzern
Vogelperspektive auf einen Tisch, an dem fünf Personen bei einer Besprechung sitzen. Über der Mitte des Tisches legen die Personen als Zeichen des Zusammenhalts ihre Fäuste aneinander.