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University of Jena organises study information days live on 25 May and online from 21-29 May
Students on the university campus.
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Published: | By: Axel Burchardt

Anyone interested can now see for themselves that the study conditions at Friedrich Schiller University Jena are as excellent as students have rated them in the current CHE study rankingand on "StudyCheck", for example: On 25 May from 9.30 a.m., the Study Information Day 2024 will take place at the Abbe Campus, to which pupils, teachers and parents are cordially invited. In addition, online study information days will be offered from 21 to 29 May so that those who are unable to attend on 25 May or want to take a closer look at their future will have ample opportunity to do so.

The question of your own future

Now at the latest, after leaving school, many young people are faced with the question: What will I do in the future? Will I do a voluntary social year, an apprenticeship or go to university? The last aspect is not the only one at the centre of the study information days at the University of Jena. Prospective students will not only receive answers from teaching staff and students to questions such as: What can I study in Jena? How do I find the right subject for me? How do I apply? How do I finance my studies? Professional advisory services are also available on the question: Am I even suitable for a degree programme? All of this is provided in individual or group discussions.

Lots of study options

At the information day on 25 May, staff and students from the University of Jena will present over 100 study options, provide information on admission requirements and give advice on individual questions. Institutions, cooperation partners, university groups and associations within and outside the institution of higher education will also present their tenders.

In addition, numerous other forms of modern communication are used at the Online Info Days: taster lectures as well as live and video chats, orientation workshops and virtual 360-degree tours of various university buildings as well as actionbound rallies on different subjects.

At the end, participants will have gained an impression of why Jena students recently voted Friedrich Schiller University the most popular German university with more than 15,000 students on the StudyCheck student portal.

The programme for the Study Info Days can be found at:


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