Information for Current Students
This page has been established for registered students of the Master of Computer Science Program. You are invited to visit this page regularly in order to check out the latest news and announcements regarding your program. If you have an announcement to make, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshops offered by CIM in Returning Experts Program
The Returning Experts Programme (REP) at CIM in Frankfurt offers a series of workshops open to students, graduates and professionals who are interested in working in their home country or region.
The participants of the workshops will exchange on the following topics:
- Returning home or staying in Germany?
- What are the procedures to follow if I plan to stay in Germany?
- What to do after studying?
- What to consider when returning?
- Where can I get support?
The seminar consists of one and a half day and will take place at different locations for each country. The travel and accommodation costs will be covered by CIM. You shall find here further info on the program. For detailed info on seminars offered, please go to the "Download" area. If you are interested in taking part in the seminar relevant to your country of origin, please register as soon as possible, as places are limited.
Online Job Fairs
Here's a list of Online-Job Fairs which include offers for students in the Bonn-Cologne area:
Regarding sick note for exams
Students, who submit a sick note for an exam more than twice per semester, need to see the medical examiner of University of Bonn for their third sick note. This means that the exams office only accepts sick notes from Dr. med. L. Packbier from the third sick note onwards. Dr. Packbier can be contacted by phone: 0228-287-16176.
Please note: crucial is the number of sick notes, which means that you are allowed to submit two sick notes in total per semester without consulting Dr. Packbier. It doesn't matter if you have submitted two sick notes for the same exam or two for two different exams.
If you have questions regarding this rule, please contact the exams office or the master program office.
Brochures for international students
The International Office has published two brochures for international (master) students with general information on student life in Bonn:
A free-of-charge service for all students and graduates of German universities. The service includes information on Germany-related networks, German language training and, last but not least, a job fair with offers from German and international companies and organisations:
Those of you planing to pursue a scientific career after having finished your master's degree: The European Commission offers an online job fair for research positions throughout the EU: http://ec.europa.eu/euraxess/index.cfm/jobs/index
Job recruitment: Advise by German Employment Agency
The German Employment Agency has published a booklet containing valuable information for those of you who are planning to apply for a job in Germany after graduation. The booklet is available in English at this webpage.
The International Choir of University of Bonn is still looking for new (especially male) members. If you are interested in participating, please contact Ms. Sandra Groeger of International Office at: sandra.groeger(at)uni-bonn.de
Events and Vacation in Winter Semester 2012
Winter Semester 2012:
Start of Semester: 1 October 2012
End of Semester: 30 March 2013
Start of lectures: 8 October 2012
End of lectures: 1 February 2013
Dies Academicus: 5 December 2012 (no classes from 10 am)
Christmas break: 24 December 2012 - 5 January 2013