Master Computational Science and Engineering (CSE M.Sc.) (matriculation from winter semester 2016/2017 up to winter semester 2017/2018)

Expiring course:

➜ no new enrollment | ➜ can be studied until March 31, 2021 at the latest

Welcome to the Master's degree program Computational Science and Engineering.

These pages contain information for students who were enrolled in this course of study up to and including the winter semester 2017/2018.

This course is no longer enrolled.

On a separate website, you will find information about the newly designed study program from summer semester 2018.

The enrollment-specific examination and study regulations (SPSO) of 2015, together with the 1st amendment of 2016, have been the basis for the enrollment in this course of studies from the winter semester 2016/2017 until Winter semester 2017/2018.

Information for formerly matriculated students can be found on the web page M.Sc. CSE up to SS 2016. Students under the SPSO from 2015 can be examined on request according to the provisions of the current SPSO.

For modules of foreign faculties that are enrolled in the elective area, the respective SPSOs of the faculties offering the modules, in which these modules are anchored, apply. For the language modules that can be studied in the compulsory elective course, the examination regulations apply to the courses offered by the Language Center of the University of Rostock, including the university foreign language certificate UNIcert®.

The CSE course is offered in English and is therefore equally suitable for English-speaking international students and for German-speaking students with very good English skills who are aiming for an international career and who want to use and develop their English language skills intensively in addition to acquiring specialist knowledge.

Information for formerly enrolled students can be found on the website Information for students on older SPSO. Students on older SPSO can be tested upon application under the terms of the current SPSO. The request is irrevocable. Exam and course achievements already achieved are recognized.

   

   

Additional Module offers: JUAS – JOINT UNIVERSITIES ACCELERATOR SCHOOL

JUAS offers two courses in the time from January up to March (each of them for 5 weeks) which are attractive for the students of Electrical Engineering and Computational Science and Engineering. The courses will be accepted for your studies as an elective module on request with 10 ECTS (one course, 5 weeks) or with 20 ECTS (both courses, 10 weeks).

More info about JUAS

   

Page overview

   


Brief information

Degree

  • Master of Science (M.Sc.)
  • A successful degree entitles you to use the protected professional title of "Engineer".

Study form

  • Continuing (with second professional qualification)
  • One-Subject-Master (not combinable with other master courses)
  • Full-time and classroom study

Languages

  • Lecture language is English, some modules with examination in German.
  • The entire study ist possible in English.
  • If your native language is not German, a German course is a mandatory component.

Normal duration

  • 4 semester / 120 Credit Points

Start

  • St winter semester (October 1th) and at Summer semester (April 1th) possible
    • Specialization Computational Physics: start at winter semester only
    • Specializations Computational Electrical Engineering and Computational Mechanical Engineering: start at winter semester is recommended, start in summer semester possible with limited choices of subjects

Support when starting your studies

  • Individual support offers at the start of studies for students who are new to Rostock for their master's degree, including through mentoring by students for students

Fields of study

  • Engineering / Electrical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering / Natural Sciences / Physics

Formal requirements

  • A first professional qualification in a university degree in Computational Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, with at least 180 credit points or another equivalent qualification:
    • with at least 75 % of the CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) or another grading system with a comparable grade
  • Native language English or proof of sufficient English language skills (proof not older than two years):
    • TOEFL IBT with at least 90 points or IELTS with at least 6.5 points
  • Solid basic knowledge in mathematics: Good knowledge in linear algebra and calculus (intgral, vector, ...) is required. Knowledge in numerics and stochastics is desireable.
  • Solid basic skills in a modern programming language, e.g. C/C++, Fortran, Java, Python, is required. Solid basic knowledge in computer architecture, operating systems and computer networks is desirable. Proof by courses visited in previous studies, certificates from relevant courses, or by working experience mentionned in the CV.
  • Proof of profound knowledge:
    • for the specialization Computational Electrical Engineering: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
    • for the specialization Computational Mechanical Engineering: Technical Mechanics
    • for the specialization Computational Physics: Quantum Mechanics, Optics, Statistical Physics

Application / Enrollment

  • German prospective students from the University of Rostock need to be rewritten in the student secretariat of the University of Rostock in this degree program
  • German prospective students from other universities must enroll online at the University of Rostock in this program
  • International prospective students must:
    • apply via UniAssist
    • after receipt of the admission letter → then enroll in the study program at the University of Rostock

Specializations

  • You have to choose one of this specializations in your application:
    • Computational Electrical Engineering
    • Computational Mechanical Engineering
    • Computational Physics

Further qualification possibilities

  • Graduate to Dr.-Ing. or Dr. rer. nat.

Contakt

   


1. Introduction - Why studying Computational Science and Engineering?

Computational Science and Engineering is a new, rapidly growing major based on the two traditional disciplines applied mathematics and computer science. The aim of study is the ability of carrying out computer simulations of technical and natural systems from physics, electrical engineering or mechanical engineering based on a sound knowledge of the numerical methods. Numerical simulation provides the capability to enter fields that are inaccessible to traditional experiments and methods of inquiry. As computers become ever faster, the range of application for modeling and simulation is expanding.

Three areas of specialization are offered:

  • Computational Electrical Engineering
  • Computational Mechanical Engineering
  • Computational Physics

   


2. Study course profile

2.1 Objectives and features

The aim of the course is to become a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in the field of computational science and engineering.

The Master's degree in Computational Science and Engineering is research-oriented and follows on from the Bachelor's degree.

The language of instruction in the master's program in Computational Science and Engineering is English. It is possible to complete the entire master's program in English. Individual elective modules including module exams are offered in German.

The master's program in Computational Science and Engineering leads to a second professional qualification and enables you to pursue a doctorate.

Successful completion of this course of study entitles you to use the protected professional title of “engineer” in accordance with the Architectural and Engineering Law of the State of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

In this course, you will be given knowledge and skills for a job in academic and industrial fields. On the one hand, you gain the ability to grasp problems in your subject based on mathematical, scientific and engineering knowledge and systematically and purposefully process them scientifically, and on the other hand, after independent training in specific questions, to contribute to development in the field of computational science and engineering. Graduates of the master's program in Computational Science and Engineering are required to have a significantly higher degree of independent, scientific work than graduates of a bachelor's degree, which enables them to participate in the scientific development of their subject and to develop and develop accordingly To be able to carry out research work in industry or in research institutions independently and to be able to take on management tasks.

There are three specializations:

  • Computational Electrical Engineering
  • Computational Mechanical Engineering
  • Computational Physics

For all areas of specialization there are common modules on general methods of applied mathematics and the German language.

2.2 Content requirements

You are well prepared for the start of this course, if you have completed your Bachelor's degree with good results in mathematics and natural sciences and also have a good knowledge of the English language. In addition you have an special interest in scientific-technical and engineering-based issues and research-based work.

2.3 Special features

The course is offered in English. It is suitable for English speaking international students. It is also suitable for German-speaking students with very good knowledge of English who pursue an international career and in addition to the acquisition and apply of advanced skills of English language.

A semester abroad to deepen the knowledge is possible after the end of the 1st semester.

The level of expertise and academic qualifications of Master of Science comply with the internationally and in Germany well known degree "Diplomingenieur". The various choices in the areas of specialization offered ensure both the scientific depth as well as the relevance of the study for industrial practice.

The Faculty of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering ensures excellent care because of very good student-professor ratio. Further advantages are the proximity to the library, to student dormitories and to the cafeteria.

Students who can only spend about half of the time budget for the study work because of a job or because of family obligations, have the opportunity to apply for the study form Individual part-time studies (Individuelles Teilzeitstudium) twice each for two semesters. Of the two semesters then only one semester will be counted to the standard period of study.

2.4 Fields of activities for graduates

The university master's degree in the field of Computational Science and Engineering offers the best opportunities to get a conductive or research-based engineering job in Germany and over the world. The rapidly increasing demand for engineers and physicists in the fields of electrical and mechanical engineering opens up prospects for the future with good job opportunities and excellent career opportunities. The specializing in the priorities simulation and numerical computing methods will open a ever-growing range of applications.

2.5 Advanced qualification opportunities (PhD)

The master's degree with very good results qualifies to apply for admission for doctoral work (PhD student).

   


3. Structure of the course of study

3.1 Structure of the course Computational Science and Engineering (Master)

The studies of the master course Computational Science and Engineering may be commenced in the winter semester or in the summer semester.

Students who choose this master course may specialize in one of this three specializations:

  • Computational Electrical Engineering
  • Computational Mechanical Engineering
  • Computational Physics

The Computational Physics course may only be commenced in the winter semester since the specific obligatory fundamental lecture is not available in summer semesters.

In both courses, Computational Electrical Engineering and Computational Mechanical Engineering, the start of studies is recommended for the winter semester as otherwise there will be only a limited range of modules to select.

Students must select one of these specializations in their application. The mandatory indication of the chosen specialization must be given in written form in the registration for the final examination.

The master course is divided into obligatory and elective modules.

In the specialization Computational Electrical Engineering, students must achieve 84 credit points in the obligatory modules and 36 credit points in the elective modules. In the specialization Computational Mechanical Engineering, students must achieve 87 credit points in the obligatory modules and 33 credit points in the elective modules. In the specialization Computational Physics, students must achieve 87 credit points in the obligatory modules and 33 credit points in the elective modules. Students must choose elective modules from the respective specialization with at least 12 credit points as well as comprehensive elective modules with a maximum of 12 credit points according to attachment 1. For all specializations, also bachelor modules may be chosen upon condition that they were not served for passing the bachelor examination. 30 credit points of the obligatory modules are reserved for the final examination. Further 12 credit points are reserved for two language modules. For passing the master examination, students must achieve at least 120 credit points.

Students with respective German language skills must achieve 12 credit points in modules from different courses offered at the University of Rostock instead of language modules and upon consulting course guidance. The examination board may decide upon the credibility of the aforementioned modules or of modules taken at other universities as equivalent achievements in pursuance of § 19 of the general examination regulations for bachelor and master courses. The examination board may decide upon the single cases before the beginning of the respective semester and on request of the student. Students may only attend such modules at the University of Rostock if they do not belong to a course with an admission restriction, except capacities for interdisciplinary student exchange have been granted and are available. The entrance criteria, examination requirements, examination dates and deadlines as well as form, duration, and extend of the module examination are valid as stated in the examination regulations of the respective course.

For the language modules that are studied in the course of studies, the examination regulations for the courses offered by the Center for Languages of the University of Rostock, including the UNIcert® certificate apply.

3.1.1 Structure of CSE: Specialization Computational Electrical Engineering (start at winter semester)

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3.1.2 Structure of CSE: Specialization Computational Electrical Engineering (start at summer semester)

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3.1.3 Structure of CSE: Specialization Computational Mechanical Engineering (start at winter semester)

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3.1.4 Structure of CSE: Specialization Computational Mechanical Engineering (start at summer semester)

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3.1.5 Structure of CSE: Specialization Computational Physics (start only at winter semester possible)

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3.2 Specialisations and selectable mandatory modules

Please note that course offerings described below normally are offered only once during the academic year, either in the winter semester or during the summer semester. For information, look at the SPSO (translation of SPSO to English) or ask in the students office. Below you will find the list according to the SPSO.

3.2.1 Selectable mandatory modules of specialization Computational Electrical Engineering

You have to select modules at least with a total of 36 credit points from all lists of selecable mandatory modules. This involves modules at least with a total of 12 credit points from this list:

winter semester

  • Advanced VLSI Design (language: English)
  • Acoustic Sensors / Akustische Sensorik (language: German)
  • C++ / GUI (language: German)
  • Computational Intelligence in Automation (language: English)
  • Image/Video Processing and Coding / Bild-/Videoverarbeitung und Codierung (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Fault Diagnosis and Fault Tolerance in Technical Systems / Fehlerdiagnose und Fehlertoleranz in technischen Systemen (language: German)
  • Modeling and Simulation of Mechatronic Systems (language: English)
  • Photonic Systems / Photonische Systeme (language: German)
  • Sensors and Actuators (language: English)

summer semester

  • Advanced Computational Electromagnetics and Multiphysics (language: English)
  • Advanced Electromagnetic Simulation and Multiphysics (language: English)
  • Biosystems Modeling and Simulation (language: English)
  • Compact Modeling of Large Scale Dynamical Systems (language: English)
  • Hochintegrierte Systeme / Hochintegrierte Systeme (language: German)
  • Nature-Inspired Computing (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Programmable Integrated Circuits / Programmierbare integrierte Schaltungen (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)

3.2.2 Selectable mandatory modules of specialization Computational Mechanical Engineering

You have to select modules at least with a total of 33 credit points from all lists of selecable mandatory modules. This involves modules at least with a total of 12 credit points from this list:

winter semester

  • C++ / GUI (language: German)
  • Information Technology in Ship Design and Production (language: English)
  • Mathematical Models in Ship Theory / Mathematische Modelle in der Schiffstheorie (language: English)

summer semester

  • Modeling and Simulation of Turbulence / Modellierung und Simulation der Turbulenz (language: English)
  • Nature-Inspired Computing (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)

3.2.3 Selectable mandatory modules of specialization Computational Physics

You have to select modules at least with a total of 33 credit points from all lists of selecable mandatory modules. This involves modules at least with a total of 12 credit points from this list:

winter semester

  • Atoms and Clusters (language: English)
  • Dynamics of the Atmosphere / Dynamik der Atmosphäre (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Introduction to Atmospheric Physics and Ocean Physics / Einführung in die Atmosphärenphysik und in die Physik des Ozeans (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Fundamentals of Photonics (language: English)
  • Molecular Physics (language: English)
  • Physics of the Ionosphere / Physik der Ionosphäre (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Coastal Ocean Processes / Prozesse im Küstenozean (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Simulation Methods of Molecular Biophysics (language: English)

summer semester

  • Fundamentals of Quantum Optics / Grundlagen der Quantenoptik (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Marine Turbulence / Marine Turbulenz (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Nonlinear Optics and Spectroscopy (language: English)
  • Ocean Modeling / Ozeanmodellierung (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Physics of Climate / Physik des Klimas (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Plasma Physics and Astrophysics / Plasma- und Astrophysik (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Quantum Optics of Macroscopic Systems / Quantenoptik makroskopischer Systeme (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Specific Topics of Atmospheric Physics / Spezielle Themen aus der Atmosphärenphysik (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Theoretical Oceanography / Theoretische Ozeanographie (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)
  • Advanced Concepts of Atmospheric Physics / Weiterführende Konzepte der Atmosphärenphysik (language: German or English, notification no later than the second week of lecture)

3.2.4 Overarching selectable mandatory modules for all specializations (at most 12 credit points)

winter semester

  • Computer Vision (language: English)
  • Data Bases for Users / Datenbanken für Anwender (language: German)
  • Mathematics for Business Information Systems 3 / Mathematik für Wirtschaftsinformatik 3 (language: German)
  • Continuous and Hybrid Systems Modeling and Simulation / Modellierung und Simulation von kontinuierlichen und hybriden Systemen (language: English)
  • Numerical Analysis of Ordinary Differential Equations / Numerische Behandlung gewöhnlicher Differentialgleichungen (language: German)
  • Scalable Computing (language: English)

summer semester

  • Numerical Analysis of Partial Differential Equations / Numerische Behandlung partieller Differentialgleichungen (language: German)
  • Virtual Reality (language: English)

Of course you are free to attend additionally any lecture of the University of Rostock. You can obtain credit points by this courses. For counting of these credit points up to your studies or list this lectures additionally at your masters certificate please ask the students office before. Normally it is necessary to submit an application. The University of Rostock offers a broad spectrum of subjects and lectures. You will have interesting opportunities to get additional knowledge and skills.

3.3 Time schedule / teaching and training forms

3.3.1 Time schedule

At the beginning of the semester, a schedule for the entire semester will be provided via notice. It includes lecture periods, examination periods, semester breaks, and the commencement of the subsequent semester.

Based on the examination and study plan (attachment 1), the study administration office develops a semester curriculum for each register and each semester in cooperation with the instructors responsible for the single modules. The semester curriculum contains information on the subjects, the instructors, the time exposure of the different class structures, and the dates of classes.

3.3.2 Teaching and training forms

The studies’ contents are taught in different classes. The different kinds of classes are signified by the practice of different forms of teaching and learning. Usually, classes are offered only once a year. The following kinds of classes are deployed in the master course Computational Science and Engineering:

  • Integrated class: An integrated class combines the lecture with more active forms of student participation (e.g. seminars or exercises). Students autonomously acquire contents of given topics based on literature and have the opportunity to present as well as discuss their results with fellow participants in class.
  • Consultation (for the supervision of academic papers): Consultations are individual counseling interviews of students and instructors. Students create academic papers or final examination theses long term. Instructors require information about the status of the students’ work and provide advice on a regular basis.
  • Internship session: An internship session is an internship at the university, which is organized – differently from an internship outside the university – as a supervised class where students are given instructions and work on their own research projects in small groups. Such a class serves as an exercise for students to apply their previously gained theoretical knowledge on specific practical issues. Students may practice scientific methods and working techniques by practically applying their knowledge. Furthermore, students may deepen the contents of the modules and improve their own organization of work.
  • Project session: In a project session, students create a topic for a project autonomously or in groups together with fellow students under the supervision of an instructor.
  • Seminar: In a seminar, students have the opportunity to orally present autonomously acquired knowledge and bring it up for discussion or present it in written form. Seminars may be held as an attendance class or online.
  • Exercise: In an exercise, which is not mainly practical, students work on given tasks in order to deepen and apply their knowledge and gain specialist skills. An exercise offers the opportunity to ask questions, to discuss problem solutions, and to use self-check of achieved knowledge status.
  • Lecture, review class: In a lecture or a review class, instructors orally present relevant contents with the help of media, such as boards, slides, and scripts. A lecture or a review class may be held as an attendance class or online.

The achievement of the aims of study is dependent on the participation in classes as well as the accompanying self-study.

3.4 Examinations

The constellation of the required modules, the form of prerequisites, the form, the duration, and the scope of the module examination, the regular examination date, and the required credit points may be taken from the examination and study plan and the module descriptions (look at SPSO / translation SPSO to English). The final examination (master thesis and colloquium) is part of the master examination.

Especially the following forms of examinations are required:

Forms of oral examinations

  • Colloquium: A proficient auditory asks questions after the students’ presentation of their autonomous work.
  • Oral examination: Students answer questions on one or more examination topics orally.
  • Presentation: A presentation is a depiction of a scientific topic and involves research results and/or the results of a literary study. Supported by the reasonable use of media, fundamental contents of the consulted literature are presented, explained and discussed on the basis of pre-formulated questions. In addition to the presentation, a handout, a research paper, or a coherent text with complete contents of the presentation may be required from the student.

Forms of written examinations

  • Report/documentation: A report (or documentation) is a factual depiction of an event or the structured depiction of facts. A report may be handed in as a portfolio. A portfolio is a sorted collection of written documents or own works. Examples of reports are internship documentations, protocols of work shadowing, research reports, journalist articles, and literature reports.
  • Written tests: In a written test, students have to process given tasks in written form, with no or only a limited number of tools, and under supervision.

Forms of practical examinations

  • Practical examination: Students have to prove competences in professional activities or their own practical, athletic, or artistic skills. Possible forms of practical examinations are practical examinations at schools, practical examinations of sick patients at bedside, role-playing, business games, moot courts, athletic examinations, musical examinations, internships in the laboratory, or the processing of programming tasks.
  • Project work: The project work is an open form of examination that may be developed with a high degree of freedom. Students may work alone or in teams to accomplish a project work within the scope of one semester. The basis of the examination is the result of the project work as well as the documentation and the process of the teamwork. The results of the work may be presented as a portfolio.

Within one module, study achievements may be a prerequisite for the module examination. The prerequisites may be evaluated and graded but may not affect the final module grade.

Prerequisites can be:

  • homework exercises
  • presentations
  • regular and active participation in classes, experiments and seminars
  • practical tasks, obligatory tasks, programming projects, simulation projects (including defense)
  • assignment papers
  • project reports

Specific prerequisites can be referenced in the respective module descriptions as well as the examination and study plan (look at SPSO / translation SPSO to English).

Oral examinations may also be taken in groups, up to three students can be tested simultaneously. The group examination time is reduced by five minutes for each student compared to the examination time of a single student.

Written examinations may also be taken as group achievements with the exception of written tests. The achievement of each student in the group must be proven by providing paragraphs, page numbers, or other objective criteria that indicate the respective contribution distinctly and in an evaluable manner.

Examinations taken during the studies are conducted in the determined examination period. The examination period directly succeeds the lecture period and ends with the semester. Deviating from this examinations during the studies may be taken in the form of presentations, reports, or project works during the lecture period. In this case students have to be informed about the form of the examination, the scope of the examination, and its deadline within the first week of the lecture period. In accordance between student and instructor, examinations may be taken at a different point in time respecting the deadlines and registration modalities given in the general examination regulations for bachelor and master courses.

   


5. Brochures / Videos / Regulations (Downloads)

   


6. Consulting opportunities

6.1 Departmental student advisory service of the faculty

Student advisory service Computational Science and Engineering / Studienfachberatung Computational Science and Engineering

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dennis Hohlfeld
Albert-Einstein-Straße 2 (seminar building / Seminargebäude, room / Raum 016), 18059 Rostock, GERMANY
fon: +49 (0)381 - 498 7004
cse.ief(at)uni-rostock.de

Study Office and Examination Office Computational Science and Engineering / Studienbüro und Prüfungsamt Computational Science and Engineering

Anita Björk-Pagel
Albert-Einstein-Straße 2 (seminar building / Seminargebäude, room / Raum 016), 18059 Rostock, GERMANY
Tel.: +49 (0)381 - 498 7004
cse.ief(at)uni-rostock.de

Examination Board Computational Science and Engineering (chair) / Prüfungsausschuss Computational Science and Engineering (Vorsitz)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dennis Hohlfeld
Albert-Einstein-Straße 2 (seminar building / Seminargebäude, room / Raum 016), 18059 Rostock, GERMANY
fon: +49 (0)381 - 498 7004
cse.ief(at)uni-rostock.de

Student representation Computational Science and Engineering / Studierendenvertretung Computational Science and Engineering

Student Council Electrical Engineering / Fachschaftsrat Elektrotechnik
room of the Student Council / Fachschaftsraum: building / Haus 1, room / Raum 1107, Richard-Wagner-Straße 31, 18119 Rostock/Warnemünde, GERMANY
Student Project Room: semnar building / Seminargebäude, lab / Labor S 13, Albert-Einstein-Straße 2, 18059 Rostock, GERMANY
fachschaft.e-technik(at)uni-rostock.de

6.2 Student advisory service of the university

Student Service Center (SSC) of the University of Rostock / Student Service Center (SSC) der Universität Rostock

Info service in the SSC: Central contact point for prospective students and students
The Student Service Center brings together all the important information and advice offered by various institutions for prospective students and students. Those seeking advice should first contact the info service. If necessary, referrals are made here or an individual consultation appointment is arranged.
Parkstraße 6 (room / Raum 024), 18057 Rostock, GERMANY → Personal office hours: not applicable ... it is currently not possible to visit the Info Center ...
fon: +49 (0)381 - 498 1230 → Telephone office hours: see website SSC
studium(at)uni-rostock.de
web: Student Service Center (SSC) of the University of Rostock – Homepage
On the SSC homepage you will find information on which institution is represented at which times in the SSC.

General Student Advisory Service & Careers Service / Allgemeine Studienberatung & Careers Service

General Student Advisory Service of the University of Rostock / Allgemeine Studienberatung der Universität Rostock
Brief advice on choice of course, reorientation and course of study
Parkstraße 6 (room / Raum 024), 18057 Rostock, GERMANY → Personal office hours: not applicable ... it is currently not possible to visit the Info Center ...
fon: +49 (0)381 - 498 1230 → Telephone office hours: see website General Student Advisory Service
studium(at)uni-rostock.de

Student's office / Studierendensekretariat

Student's Office of the University of Rostock / Studierendensekretariat der Universität Rostock
Contact point for questions about admission, registration and re-registration
Parkstraße 6 (room / Raum 024), 18057 Rostock, GERMANY → Personal office hours: not applicable ... it is currently not possible to visit the Info Center ...
fon: +49 (0)381 - 498 1230 → see website SSC
studierendensekretariat(at)uni-rostock.de

Rostock International House (RIH)

Rostock International House (RIH) of the University of Rostock
Point of contact for questions about study visits abroad (outgoing), studying in Rostock for international students (incoming) and prospective refugees (refugees)
Kröpeliner Straße 29, 18055 Rostock, GERMANY → Personal office hours: not applicable ... it is currently not possible to visit the RIH office ...
fon: office: +49 (0)381 - 498 1209 and +49 (0)381 - 498 1700 → Telephone office hours: see website RIH
info.rih(at)uni-rostock.de
web: Rostock International House (RIH) – Contact and opening times