The centrally organized exams of the summer term take place between the 9th of August and the 2nd of October. We as stuvus wish you all the best for the upcoming exams!
In April, the student parliament passed the Corona Positioning. This has now resulted in a petition to the state government and an open letter to the University of Stuttgart. To show how many people are behind the demands and how important they are, we are collecting signatures for both.
Are you frustrated with the progress of the digital semester and want the semester to be better? Then our current survey on digital teaching in the summer semester is just right for you!
You can participate in the survey via this link until the 13th of June: stuvus.de/umfrage2021
In the survey you have the opportunity to indicate what is going well and what is not so well and what you need to improve your studies, be it more study rooms, books from the library or which aspects of digital teaching should be kept for the future.… Read more
As was the case last year, the grants for students who are in need due to Corona have been extended for the entire summer semester 2021. A grant of up to €500 per month is available upon application. Eligible for the grants are students who live in Germany at the time of application, are enrolled at a state or state-recognised higher education institution in Germany and are not on leave of absence.… Read more
Any news on the free attempt?
The Academic Board of Studies (ASR) wants to raise the issue of the free attempt again with the university management.
How will the summer semester proceed?
There will be a digital semester with occasional on-site events. Internships, labs and some other small events will also take place in person.
What do I need to know about exams (status WS2020/21)?… Read more