Once enrolled at the university, students receive access to e-learning platforms, content and tools relevant to their studies. In order to use these, you must activate your university account at the beginning of your studies. You will receive a user name and choose a personal password, which serve as login data for RELAX, HIP, HISinOne and the Intranet, as well as :
- the university's myCampus (Wifi)
- the university's VPN (Virtual Private Network) for access from off campus
- your university e-mail address
Our central facilities offer students everything they need to succeed in their studies and make the most of their time on campus.
Central Study Advisory Service
The Central Study Advisory Service (ZSB) assists students throughout their studies and offers numerous orientation aids as well as individual counselling sessions on topics such as study organisation, motivation, exam preparation, stress, private challenges, etc.
The Learning Centre has everything a modern university library needs. Here you will find various research tools, IT and media services, bright workspaces, training courses and a café area for a little break in between classes.
Center for Entrepreneurship
The Center for Entrepreneurship (CfE) offers creative minds, start-up fans and all those interested in business projects a space to realise their own ideas, participate in workshops or networking events and join maker spaces.
The Studierendenwerk (StuWe) caters to the social, cultural and economic needs of students. It runs refectories and halls of residence and offers advice on all aspects of life including childcare, financial aids, psychological and legal support.
Two weeks prior to the start of the semester, the university offers preparatory staRT-weeks for (international) students. Among others, the programme includes university introduction sessions, preparatory maths, physics and chemistry courses, language courses, social events, as well as intercultural workshops for students to meet and socialize.
Below you can find the study and examination regulations ("StuPros") for all degree programmes at Reutlingen University. Among others, they define the curriculum, objectives and contents for each study programme and contain important information on examination deadlines and the number and form of examinations to be taken.
Participating in a student initiative means making a difference on campus, getting involved in an issue, organising parties and experiencing what it means to work as a team. Every semester, students get involved in one of our student initiatives and student councils, pushing ideas forward and making new connections. You too can become part of the community!
From A for Aikido to Z for Zumba - whatever your preference, our sports programme has you covered! We offer tried-and-tested courses as well as new sports trends in order to create the most varied programme possible. The courses are opten to students and staff of Reutlingen University and in many instances free of charge.
Orchestra & BigBand
Our orchestra and BigBand are an integral part of campus culture and often provide the musical backdrop at events in and around Reutlingen. Both clubs emphasise having fun and enjoying music togehter in order to exercise skills and to meet new people. New members always welcome!
Reutlingen University hosts a variety of events throughout the year, such as the Studium Generale lecture series, workshops, exhibitions, concerts, fashion shows, open days and orientation acitvities, or student parties. Stop by and enjoy the university flair, get to know us and meet new people.
From learning assistance, IT support and language courses to coaching for tutors and counselling services in case of discrimination or handicap - Reutlingen University provides valuable resources, counselling services and offers to best support students at all stages of their studies.