Office hours

Consultation hours currently take place by appointment only and usually online (with BigBlueButton) or by phone. If you would like an appointment in presence, please indicate this when making the appointment.

Consultation appointments can be booked via Stud.IP. Please refer to the Stud.IP profiles of our study advisors listed under "Team". You will find the appointment schedule at the bottom of the respective Stud.IP profile page. If you do not have Stud.IP access, please make an appointment by e-mail.

Of course, we are still available by e-mail:
studienberatung@informatik.uni-goettingen.de

Please note: The e-mail address studienberatung@informatik.uni-goettingen.de is a functional e-mail address. Messages sent to this e-mail address will also be read and answered by other staff members of our team in case of a substitution. All e-mails are treated confidentially.

Team

B.Sc. Applied Computer Science, B.Sc. Applied Data Science and Double-Major Computer Science (B.A.):

Dr. Anne Pinkepank
Goldschmidtstr. 7
37077 Göttingen
Office: 2.109
Tel.: +49 551 / 39 - 26051
E-Mail: pinkepank@informatik.uni-goettingen.de
Booking of a consultation appointment: Stud.IP appointments

M.Sc. Applied Computer Science:

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Dr. Anne-Kathrin Schultz
Goldschmidtstr. 7
37077 Göttingen
Office: 2.106
Tel.: +49 551 / 39 - 172055
E-Mail: schultz@informatik.uni-goettingen.de
Booking of a consultation appointment: Stud.IP appointments
Out of office: 1.-9.10.22

M.Sc. Applied Data Science:

Anna Platte
Anna Platte
Goldschmidtstr. 7
37077 Göttingen
Office: 3.102
Tel.: +49 551 / 39 - 21426
E-Mail: anna.platte@informatik.uni-goettingen.de
Booking of a consultation appointment: Stud.IP appointments

M.Ed. Informatik:

For questions about the program M.Ed. Computer Science please contact Prof. Strecker (research group Didactics of Informatics), office hours by appointment.

Topics

We advise you in all questions concerning the study of Computer Science, Applied Computer Science and Applied Data Science in Göttingen.
Topics with which you can come to us include:
  • Study programmes at the Institute of Computer Science in Göttingen
  • Structure and planning of your studies, e.g.,
  • Study plans
  • Selection of a specialization
  • Mentoring model (Applied Computer Science M.Sc.)
  • Mentoring and Opt-Out (Applied Data Science M.Sc.)
  • Compulsory study advisory service
  • Questions about study and examination regulations
  • Bachelor/Master theses
  • Problems during studies
  • Hardship applications (informal by e-mail to Heike Jachinke)
  • Acceptance of external examinations
  • Internships (research-oriented and industry)
  • Questions regarding key competencies
  • Orientation for prospective students
  • Students with subsidiary subject Computer Science
  • Change of subject/reorientation
  • Pregnancy/Maternity protection (contact: Anne-Kathrin Schultz)
  • further personal topics like compatibility of academic studies and family, barrier-free studying, transgender, discrimination, etc. You are also welcome to contact our Equal Opportunity and Anti-Discrimination Commissioners on these topics.
Applications for examination authorizations, research-oriented projects, internships and information on theses can be found on our web page Forms and Regulations. Further applications such as hardship applications can be submitted informally, also by e-mail, with the necessary proofs. Please submit all documents via our Study Administration Office.

For questions regarding our programme specializations and application fields please contact the representatives. Contact details can be found on the programme web pages.

  1. Contact
  2. Dean of Studies Computer Science

    Student Advisory Service
    Goldschmidtstr. 7
    37077 Göttingen

    studienberatung@informatik.uni-goettingen.de

    Please note: The e-mail address studienberatung@informatik.uni-goettingen.de is a functional e-mail address. Messages sent to this e-mail address will also be read and answered by other staff members of our team in case of a substitution. All e-mails are treated confidentially.