Contact Persons at FHWS
During your studies, you will encounter questions or issues that need to be solved. We at FHWS offer several counselling options.
In the following section, you can find contact persons who can help you with information about the life at FHWS and in Germany. They can also help you if you are not clear who the correct contact person for your question is.
When you have a question, please take into account the logical order of your contact persons. If you have a question, please contact your Buddy first. If they do not know the answer or if you do not have a Buddy, please contact one of the GAT tutors, and so on.
Some faculties offer Buddy Programmes for their first semester students.
Buddies/tutors are students who help international students:
- They pick students up from the train station
- They show them around town, at FHWS, faculties, studies, etc.
- They plan free-time activities to help international students with getting to know the place and meeting new people
If you study International Management, and you are looking for a Buddy, please send an email to: luisa.reichert[at]student.fhws.de
During the General Academic Tutorial (GAT), tutors will introduce you to topics concerning life and studies at FHWS. Those information will help you to find your way around FHWS quicker and make your start in Germany easier.
All students who take part can enjoy a free cup of coffee with every tutorial. No signup required.
- Talk time: 90 minutes, once a week
- Time and place: will be announced here at the beginning of the semester
- Topics: General introduction to studies, contact persons at FHWS, exam preparation, exam deadlines, signup, language courses, free-time, etc.
Contact GAT tutorials Würzburg: gat-wue.hsin[at]fhws.de
Contact GAT tutorials Schweinfurt: gat-sw.hsin[at]fhws.de
FHWS staff at the i-Point can help you with the following topics:
- Administrative formalities after arrival
- Counselling during the semester
Opening times: 10:00-12:00, 13:00-15:00
(From 1st to 15th of February and in July and September, the i-Point is open irregularly, please make an appointment. From 16th of February to the 14th of March and in August the i-Point is closed due vacation.)
Place: Campus 1 in Schweinfurt, Ignaz-Schönstr. 11, 1st floor, on the passage between the circular building and the Warema hall
Contact persons in Würzburg
Aylin Chaban, M. A.
Responsible for full-time students and exchange students
Phone +49 9721 940-8569
Responsible for exchange students
Phone +49 931 3511-8174
In the following section, you can find contact persons who can assist you with all questions concerning studies at FHWS and student life.
The team of the Department of Student Affairs are responsible for all issues concerning the organization of studies and exam formalities.
The offices of the Department of Student Affairs are located in Schweinfurt or Würzburg, depending on the degree programme.
Under the following link, you can find your contact person:
The Department of Student Affairs provides information about the following topics:
- Application and enrolment
- Semester fee
- Exam schedules and signup
More important services offered by HSST are the student portal and the form centre.
Via the student portal, you can take care of the following formalities online:
- Enrolment certificates and confirmations of your period of studies
- Information about grades
- Exam signup
- Changes of address
Student portal: https://studentenportal.fhws.de/login
In the form centre, you can find forms to the following topics:
- Leave of absence
- Parental leave
- Deadline extension
- Grade improvement
- Refund of the semester fee
The Dean’s Offices are the administrative units of the faculties. Each faculty has their own Dean’s Office, which is led by the Dean.
You can find the opening times and contact persons of the Dean’s Office on the homepage of your faculty.
The teams of the Dean’s Offices provide information about the following topics:
- Lecture schedules and room schedules
- Organization of faculty events (graduate festivities, information events)
- Recognition of studies and exams
- Exam schedules
- Course-related tutorials
Programme Advisors are professors or staff of your faculty who provide information about academic issues concerning the content of your study programme. You can contact the responsible Programme Advisor if you want to know:
- Which courses/lectures you should take
- What you need to do if you want to switch your study programme
- If your previously accomplished studies and exams can be recognized for your current studies
The student residence offers free legal advice. They offer support with legal issues, including issues concerning tenancy law or labour law. Please make an appointment under the following link:
A team of psychologists provides different therapy offers, including offers for personal crises or exam anxiety. With a signup, a contribution to costs in the amount of € 10 is due.
The student residence offers social counselling which deals with issues such as social benefits (housing benefits or child benefits), studying with a child, or compensation for disadvantages for disabled or chronically disabled students. The counselling is free of charge. A signup is not required.
Disabled or Chronically Ill Students can contact the FHWS Officer for Disabled or Chronically Ill Students in order to enable successful studies.