Only if you are studying Architectural Technology and Construction Management.
It depends on the location - some locations have an actual bicycle shed. Read more by clicking on the title of the question.
Most study programmes have holidays in Week 42.
Yes, however we recommend no more than 10-15 hours work per week. In most study programmes your lessons will end at 15.15, so you must work after this time and on weekends.
Fronter is the electronic platform, where all necessary information about the study programme, time tables and teaching materials will be published. Login for Fronter will be handed out one of the first days of studies.
In most study programmes you will find a combination of social activities. Click on the title of the question to read more.
Yes, if you contact your student counsellor in good time before the semester starts, it is usually possible.
Yes, but the parking conditions are different for each location. Click on the title of the question to read more.
The three working days before Maundy Thursday and Good Friday are free as well as Easter Monday.
Most study programmes publish a schedule for the introduction days on this website. The schedule for the following time period will be available once you receive your login to Fronter - it will be one of your first days of studies.
The starting date is visible on this website - find it under the relevant study programme. The exact time and place is mentioned in the admission letter.
One of the first days of studies you will have your picture taken at the school. This will be used to make your study card.
Normally, it is not compulsory to attend study trips, but some study programmes have made it compulsory. Please check the Curriculum, which you will find on this website under the relevant study programme.
Ask the SU counsellor at your local study service.
Some study programmes have a Winter Break in week 7 and others do not.