Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
concerning the start of your studies

On this page you will find common questions about starting your studies (and answers to them).

Attention: Binding statements about your studies can only be made by the Student Advisory Service and the  Examination Office! Everything here is correct to the best of our knowledge, but not binding. If you think you found a mistake, please let us know at wir@d120.de.

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Activities before the start of your studies

Orientation week

F: Where can I find information concerning the Ophase?

F: Do I have to register for Ophase?

A: Registration is not mandatory to participate in the Ophase; however it makes planning a lot easier for us, and insures that you receive up-to-date information if you register at: https://anmeldung.d120.de/ophase/ws-2020-21/

Prep Courses

F: Where can I find information about the maths prep course? (German, B.Sc. students)

A: https://www.mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de/studium/orientierungsangebote/mathematikvorkurs_1/index.de.jsp

F: Where can I find information about the programming prep course? (German, designed for B.Sc. students)

F: Do I have to register for the programming prep course? (German, designed for B.Sc. students)

A: Registration is not mandatory to participate in the programming prep course; however it makes planning a lot easier for us, and insures that you receive up-to-date information if you register:

F: Do I have to register for the maths prep course? (German, B.Sc. students)

A: The maths prep course has a registration deadline on 25-09-2020. However, it is possible to register later. More Information at: https://www.mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de/studium/orientierungsangebote/mathematikvorkurs_1/index.de.jsp
 

F: I need a password to sign into the maths prep course. Where do I get it?

A: As described here, students receice the password from their department (e.g. FB 20 Computer Science). For computer scince students the key was in an e-mail by Guido Rößling, with the subject line „Ihre Bewerbung am Fachbereich Informatik der Technischen Universität Darmstadt“. If you still can't find the password, please write an e-mail to beratung@informatik.tu-darmstadt.de .