More than half – 55.7 % to be precise – of the students at Friedrich Schiller University Jena are women. In 2019, more women than men completed their studies at the University of Jena (58.4 %) and among doctorates, the proportion of women was 53.5 % in the same year ... Read More »Women into Academia!
In its meeting on Tuesday, 16 February, the Senate adopted a new mission statement for the Friedrich Schiller University Jena. The paper, which was drafted by a Senate task force, is intended to serve as orientation for the future... Read More »New Mission Statement Adopted: Tailor-made and Unmistakable
The Executive Board and Senate of the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena have set themselves the goal of compensating for all disadvantages that students suffer as a result of Corona. To this end, various regulations have been made and recommendations for action communicated to lecturers and examination offices, which students can refer to... Read More »Corona Disadvantage Compensation for Students
With the nationwide lockdown, public life in Germany will be shut down starting today, Wednesday, 16 December 2020, to bring the spread of the coronavirus under control. Of course, this will have an impact on the Friedrich Schiller University Jena... Read More »What the lockdown means for the University of Jena
A mission statement describes the self-image of an organization and unites the values that its members base their actions on. It thus provides internal orientation and shows the common principles, values and goals to the outside world... Read More »A New Mission Statement for the University of Jena