Teaching at the University of Jena is still generally in digital formats. This also applies to the upcoming summer semester. It is expected that all face-to-face courses will be suspended until 17 May. Read More »Extension of the standard period of study and largely digital start of the semester
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe is supposed to have once said: "A clever person finds the best education while travelling". This can be confirmed by many students who benefit from their experiences abroad – personally and academically. Read More »World wide study and research with the University of Jena
Oliver Dubnack is studying Materials Science in the Master's programme at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena. An important financial support during his studies was the Deutschlandstipendium, which he received three times in total. The application period for 2021 runs until 30 April... Read More »Studying at the University of Jena with the Deutschlandstipendium
More than a half of all students in Germany have a part-time job during their studies. During the semester break, almost two thirds of all students work to earn some extra money. For many, the part-time job (in many cases a Minijob) makes an important contribution to the already not opulent income. Read More »Studying without a job?!