When planning your stay abroad, there are often lots of different places to go to gather information. Below are the various counselling centres for foreign students and doctoral students.
If you have further questions, you can seek contact at the respective offices, where your question can be answered in more detail.
The Student Admission and Registration is responsible for the counselling and admission of foreign students, as well as the student administration of foreign students.
Consultation hours of the Student Admission and Registration for international students:
Mon - Fri 09.00 - 12.00 am at the Student Service Centre (SSC)
Main entrance Building G (Grifflenberg Campus)
Information on how to apply and deadlines can also be found on the Homepage.
As the central institution of the University of Wuppertal, the Center for Graduate Studies (CGS) serves as a contact point for all those interested in doctoral studies and doctoral candidates and supports the research activities of doctoral candidates.
The CGS provides information on all offers at the University of Wuppertal that are specifically tailored to the needs of foreign doctoral students. There are no uniform regulations for a doctorate in Germany. The requirements are set by the respective faculties of the universities. As a rule, prospective doctoral candidates must have completed at least eight semesters of study in the relevant subject area. The degree should also be very well evaluated.