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Dear First-Year Students,

Welcome to the University of Regensburg, and welcome to the Department of English and American Studies. We are glad that you are here!

Circumstances are not easy, but we will try to give you the best start possible. Please follow the links below to access information specific to your programme.

Have a good start into your first term at our university!


Introductions Live via Zoom

There will be introductions to your course of study, held live via Zoom.

Lehramt "Englisch": Tuesday, 6 April, two alternative meetings:

  • 9.00 to 10.30 --> Join the Zoom meeting here.
  • 11.00 to 12.30 --> Join the Zoom meeting here.
  • The presentation can be found here.

BA American Studies (Amerikanistik) / British Studies (Anglistik) / English Linguistics (Englische Sprachwissenschaft): Wednesday, 7 April

  • 9.00 to 10.30: The presentation can be found here.

Individual office hours on Zoom (please wait in the waiting room)

Individual office hours will take place during the week before the start of classes:

  • Tuesday, 6 April 2021, 14.00 to 16.00
    Join the Zoom meeting here. Please wait in the waiting room!
  • Thursday, 8 April 2021, 11.00 to 12.00
    Join the Zoom meeting here. Please wait in the waiting room!

Info-Pages for First-Year Students

We have put together all the information you will need in your first term on special pages. Please use the link for your course of study.

BA Programmes

Lehramt

MA Programmes

There is also an info-page provided by "Zentrale Studienberatung":

Studienstart

Please find the Fachschaft SLK website here: 

Fachschaft SLK and their services for first-semester students here:

Stundenplanworkhop (Thursday, 8 April: 10.00, chat groups, get-together


Need Help?

You will find the contact details of our student advisors on this page.

  


Newsletter

It is highly advisable to sign up for the department's Newsletter.
Please follow this link to do so.


  1. Fakultät für Sprach-, Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften