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Frequently Asked Questions - and Their Answers:

We have compiled a comprehensive FAQ for you with important dates and highly relevant information to guide you from your home country to your studies in Leipzig including details after your arrival. You can navigate the PDF-file by clicking on the table of contents.

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Important information

Dear Freshman,

Welcome to the Faculty of Chemistry and Mineralogy!

You will soon be starting off with your study course in Chemistry. Lectures will start on 09 October 2023 and the timetables for the different lectures will be published right here (--> Course Catalogue --> Faculty --> study program) before long.

The induction meeting for students of the M.Sc. Structural Chemistry and Spectroscopy, M.Sc. Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry as well as for exchange students will take place on 11 September 2023 at 4.00 pm (CET) online via Zoom. On 26 September 2023 at 4.00 pm (CET) a guided module registration online via Zoom will be offered.

New students are also cordially invited to a guided campus tour on 6 October 2023. Meeting point is at 10:45 a.m. in front of the main entrance of the Faculty building (Johannisallee 29).

Very important in every semester is the module registration in TOOL! Please make sure to sign up within the given deadlines. Find out more on our course catalogue and module registation web page.

University login / student mail address

When communicating with persons and institutions of the University of Leipzig, please use the student e-mail address provided by the university (you can find information on this on the URZ website).
In order to use the student e-mail address, it is necessary to activate the university login, which you will be requested to do by e-mail after you have enrolled.
Furthermore, you will need this same university login for enrolment in modules, exams and courses.

enlarge the image: Innenansicht des Hauptgebäudes Chemie und Mineralogie
Erdgeschoss Hauptgebäude Johannisallee, Film: Marika Kandler

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