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Studying in Jena

On the following pages you find information to the academic subject choice, application, permission, language conditions and about the student life in Jena. German students and those with a German Abitur should click here>> please.


Good Reasons for Studying in Jena

Find out what makes the University of Jena such an ideal place to study, conduct research and live >>>.

If you have receivede an admission to studies, please note our information for new students here.


Guest Studies

If you study at one of our partner universities, come to Jena to study for one or 2 semesters within ERASMUS+ or a bilateral exchange programme, come with a scholarship or for an student/doctoral research project! >>>


Degree-Seeking Studies

Come to Jena to take your bachelor, master, diploma or state examination degree, or take part in our DSH preparatory course! >>>


Doctoral Studies

Come to Jena to pursue a doctoral project in one of our excellent research groups! >>>


For Refugees and Their Supporters: Information and Offers

All about ways into our study programmes, occasional student programmes, about support and activities of, and for, refugees >>>

Information for New Students

Have you received a letter of admission to study at Friedrich Schiller University Jena? Then find more information about the start of studies here >>>

Support and Councelling Services

Click to find more information on our mentoring programme and all other services for international students >>>


Stay in contact with Friedrich Schiller University Jena even after finishing your studies! Register in our JenAlumni portal and find out more about the activities of the various alumni groups here >>>

 CodeofConductkurz In 2010, the Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena signed the National Code of Conduct on Foreign Students. The Code aims at guaranteeing a certail level of quality of student support and at improving it further. It outlines standards of information and marketing, admission and support at German universities which international applicants and students can rely on. There are also two Ombuds Persons who students can turn to with complaints or in conflict situations. You may learn more about the Code here>>.


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