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Students with Disabilities or Chronic Illnesses

Around 11% of students have an impairment. Most diseases are not visible.
Around 11% of students have an impairment. Most diseases are not visible.

Welcome to the website of the Representative for Students with Disabilities or Chronic Illnesses. I offer you support with questions about your studies related to your health: starting with your application for a degree program and continuing throughout the course of your studies until you complete your degree.

Health impairments include impairments in mobility, hearing, speech, and vision as well as psychological impairments (e.g. depression, psychoses), chronic illnesses (e.g. MS and epilepsy), and specific learning disorders.


Follow the navigation on the left. Under the concentrations listed there, you will find answers to your questions. You can inform yourself about topics including:


  • Barrier-free access (directions, parking spots, buildings, resting rooms, lecture halls; report a problem, microphone systems, and reserved seats in lecture halls)

  • Applying for your studies (hardship case application, special applications)
  • Support during your studies (individual advising: compensation for disadvantages, integration assistance, advising in German Sign Language (DGS))
  • Projects (working groups, exchange, experience reports, film competition)
  • After your studies (advising offers, continuing your education, doctorate, internship, jobs)


You can also just stop by if you’re not sure if you know about all the opportunities open to you.

Open office hours in room 0060: every Thursday from 3-5 pm and by appointment.



Current information

The counselling will take place in March 2019 on a representative basis in the rooms of the Academic Advising Service. Please contact the staff in room H70.

In order to protect your privacy, please ask the staff directly for a consultation on "barrier-free study" without giving any further information on your request.



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