No matter what kind of study-related question you have, RheinMain University of Applied Sciences' S!C is the first point of contact for both current and prospective students. The following offices are available at different opening hours:
• International Office
• Counseling Services
• Legal Advice
• Admissions Office
• Student Advising
The i-Punkt (the i-Point or "dot on the i") is the first point of contact in the S!C. All your basic questions can be answered straight away, with minimal waiting times, at the i-Punkt where you can pick up information brochures and other important documents.
The i-Punkt is also the first point of contact for the Central Examination Office.
If necessary, you can arrange to talk in more depth with the specialized S!C staff during their regular office hours.
Drop by or give us a call ... we're looking forward to meeting you!
Student Advising provides psychotherapeutic counseling services for all RheinMain University of Applied Sciences' students in Wiesbaden and Rüsselsheim. Counseling Services offers students the opportunity to talk about issues such as:
• dealing with work and organizational problems related to studying,
• tackling psychosomatic symptoms,
• coping with exam anxiety,
• addressing challenges in students' personal development and
• working on family and relationship problems.
All counseling is confidential (counselors' confidentiality obligation) and free of charge.
The "Studentenwerk Frankfurt am Main" (association for student affairs) offers free, general legal advisory services every second Wednesday of the month from 13:00 to 15:00 at the Kurt-Schumacher-Ring 18 Campus in Wiesbaden.
The legal advisory services are available to all students at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences. Please contact the i-Punkt in Wiesbaden to find out where the advisory sessions are to be held each month.
Students can also contact the Legal advisory team at the Studentenwerk advisory center (in German only) outside these times.
By arrangement with AStA (student union), a law firm in Wiesbaden also offers initially free advice to all RheinMain University of Applied Sciences students. Contact details for the law firm can be obtained from AStA Hochschule RheinMain (in German only).
The Admissions Office team answers questions about your higher education entrance qualification, processes your application and administers the admissions procedure for degree programs with restricted admission at the university.
We are also responsible for the following issues related to organizing your studies:
enrollment and subsequent disenrollment, requesting you to re-register for the next semester and collecting semester fees. You should also contact us and notify us if your personal details (changes of name and address) have changed. Producing and issuing StudentCards is another service we offer. We also have information and can advise you on filing petitions for leave of absence and part-time study. We can supply you with the corresponding application forms which we also process.
Office hours and team in Wiesbaden
The Student Advising team provides information and advice on the topics of choosing degree programs and studying. Advisory sessions are always guided by the questions and issues raised by the individual. We advise confidentially and free of charge.
Are you interested in studying but you don't know whether you want to start an apprenticeship or a degree program, and need help in choosing the right career path or degree program? We look forward to talking to you.
Student advisory services for prospective students (in German only)
Are you already a student and would like to explore if you've made the right choice with your degree program? Do you like your course of studies, but have issues in other areas of your life? Please drop by or give us a call!
Student advisory services for current students (in German only)
Are you a teacher and your pupils are looking at the topics of studying and career options? We'd be happy to support you and can arrange a visit to your school.
Advisory services for schools (in German only)
Please contact the secretary's office or the counselors directly.