A thirst for knowledge and education are the ideal foundation for your studies at Zeppelin University (ZU). Learn more about the diverse and colorful opportunities for student participation and about campus life in Friedrichshafen her.
Ready for university sports with the ZUbra? Or will you use your free time outside the curriculum to explore the “most beautiful corners” of the city of Friedrichshafen and the wider region with your fellow students? Here you will find an overview containing useful information about life and living by the lake.
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How can you tailor your studies to ensure they optimally meet your personal goals? How can you keep on top of campus life and all your deadlines, while remaining inquisitive and enthusiastic about your own student projects? For advice, support, and to answer any queries you may have – you will find the right contact to help you organize your studies here.
Our four student senators Glenn Büter, Benedict Anderer, Josephine Jüde and Greta Husemann (from left to right) represent the interests of the students with a common voice in the university’s highest administrative body, the Senate.
As a full and voting member of the
Rectorate, the current Student Vice President, Matthias Eckmann, is also
responsible for overall university strategy as well as operational projects,
and acts as a liaison between the students and the university as part of the
university’s management team.
The Study Program Representatives elected by the students, along with the Student Senators, are members of the Student Council and attend the departmental meetings.
This is where entrepreneurial thinking and startup ideas are given space and time to flourish. Are you ready to expand your network, to grow personally and professionally, or even to conduct research within the framework of a secondment to one of our partner universities abroad? Discover various opportunities for outside-the-box thinking here.
The TalentCenter advises ZU students on career orientation, offers lectures, workshops and the student-organized career days "ZUtaten".
It supports every student through its wide range of regional and national partners and provides individual advice on starting a career.
Whether you want to pursue an academic or professional regional or international career, continue your studies or take a breath and reorient yourself for the time being: What comes after graduation is an opportunity for you.
As an academic home, ZU creates real prospects for students who take it for granted to set challenging personal, professional, and social goals for their lives with research-oriented master's programs or partially structured doctoral programs.
Do you have any questions about the study programs? Then please get in touch with the following contacts:
Applicant Advisory & Admissions
Office management part-time masters
Doctorate, habilitation, junior prof.
von Bischopinck, Simone