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taster & Co. – just give it a try

Curious about studying? Try it – there are many possibilities. Open day, university info days or special trade information days.

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A degree or rather an apprenticeship – what you want you do not know yet? The decision for or against studying is not always easy. Even if you feel born to study, how do you just decide between all the programs so that it fits in the end?

The fact is: there is no one hundred percent certainty, but you can do a lot to get to know your degree program well in advance and to test whether the content also fits your interests. How to do it we will show you below.

Collect your interests and strengths

Take a leaf and write down all the things you find interesting. Which topics were exciting for you already in school, where would you like to work later and how do you prefer to work: Are you more of a theoretical type or do you prefer to tackle things with you? Likewise, you should check your strengths with regard to your studies – for example, if you are thinking logically, scientific studies like math or physics are probably optimal for you. In subjects like law or psychology, on the other hand, you have to learn a lot by heart.

Once you know what’s important to you, our study scout can give you some suggestions for study programs that you may not have discovered yet.

Inform you

Have you already discovered some areas that you find interesting? Then make an appointment directly with the student advisors at the universities in your area and get advice on possible study programs. At some colleges, you must first make an appointment through the website, while others allow you to simply go to the open office hours.

You can also find information about our courses, their contents, prerequisites and perspectives here – in our study program profiles.

Just try it

Just try it – into the study of your choice! At universities and technical colleges, this program is called taster study and gives you the opportunity to get to know your studies before you start.

During your taster studies, you can sit in the regular courses of the program and listen to the content and see if it’s right for you. Sounds exciting? Then get in touch as soon as possible with the student advisory service of your preferred university and agree the concrete procedure with a consultant. Basically, this is slightly different at each university, but usually you get the module plan and the weekly schedule of the individual events made available and can see which lectures, seminars, exercises and tutorials you want to visit. Further information can be found on the website of

No time for a trial?

You do not have the time for a detailed trial? No problem, because the universities offer you many more offers. Some invite to an open day, organize a university information day or special trade information days. In some cases, they also offer a whole university week in which you can get to know the campus and attend courses for study orientation. Further information can be found on the websites of the individual universities.

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