The Students' Office is there to answer your questions concerning application and admission and you can also enrol for your study course there. During your studies you will also be in contact with the students' office once in a while - for re-registering, for taking a temporary leave, and finally for leaving university. The Students' Office is located in Sankt Augustin.
If you are an exchange students from one of our partner universities, the International Office is your first and also most important contact at the university. It will support you upon arriving in Germany and during your studies. International students registered as regular students can contact the International Office as well, e.g. when they need information or assistance for planning a study term abroad.
The Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences puts special emphasis on learning foreign languages. The Language Centre organises a variety of language courses on different levels and offers examinations (DSH, TestDAF) both in Rheinbach and in Sankt Augustin.
The Examination Office is responsible for advising and looking after students in all matters relating to examinations. It administers your examination results and issues certificates. Forms needed for registering for or deregistering from an exam can be downloaded from the Examination Office's central download area.
If you have any questions relating to the content or the organisation of your studies, you should contact the relevant advisor in your department. In addition, most of the departments have staff who are responsible for international students in particular. When you start your studies, make sure you know who the responsible advisors in your department are and how you can contact them.
The General Students' Committee (Allgemeiner Studierenden-Ausschuss, AStA) represents the interests of all students at the university. One of the boards of the AStA which is particularly important for international students is the one dealing with cultural issues, which often initiates projects for intercultural exchange. Every student at the university can get involved with the AStA.
On the level of the different departments the students' interests are represented by the students' councils. Here, international students can also find contact persons who are familiar with their specific situation and are ready to offer help and advice.