Much of the information that is relevant for students in mathematics at RWTH Aachen is listed under the individual menu points of the section Academics of the Department of Mathematics.
The following overview serves to help you search for other necessary information.
General Academic Information
Questions about re-registration, leaves of absence, changing courses of study, etc. are answered here on RWTH Aachen's central pages.
If you are particular interested in the transition from a Bachelor to a Master course of study, please contact the departmental advising for more information.
Courses of Study
Bachelor, Master, Teacher Training … the Department of Mathematics offers various courses of study. Please take note of the various tips for the courses of study, where you find important information on topics, such as examination regulations, module handbooks, application subject, recognition of academic performance, etc.
- Mathematics (Bachelor)
- Mathematics (Master)
- Mathematics (Diplom)
- Mathematics Teacher Training (Bachelor)
- Mathematics Teacher Training (Master)
- Mathematics Teacher Training (Staatsexamen)
- Computational Mathematics
RWTH Aachen's central pages contain all the information about exam registration and cancellation. You can find exam dates and the types of examinations in CAMPUS. You can contact the Department of Mathematics departmental advising if you have general questions as well. If you have questions about specific exams, contact the lecturer for the class.
Please address inquiries about crediting student initiatives and competitions as a study achievement to the departmental advisory service responsible for your degree program.
Further informations for your Stay Abroad You will find here.
The Department of Mathematics has named contact persons for individual areas and questions, who can assist you if you have questions:
- Departmental Advising
- Study Abroad Advising
- Mentoring Program
- Examination Boards
- Student Representative Council
Further contact person you will find on the site Cognizance A-Z (de).
If you are interested in a seminar, you should directly contact the respective lecturer – it is best to do so at the end of the previous semester. Lecturers will then inform you of registration deadlines, and seminar topics, modalities, etc.
Final Papers and Projects
Notes and formal regulations on final papers and projects can be found in your course of study exam regulations. If you have found an interesting topic for a final paper or project, it is best to contact the respective lecturers and discuss the possibility of completing a final paper with them.
Furthermore, departmental advisors are also available to answer your questions.
You can find current semester dates here.
You can find all the information about different areas of academic scholarships and funding here.
L²P stands for the RWTH Aachen Lehr- und Lernportal, Teaching and Learning Portal. In L²P lectuers can offer virtual classrooms to each of their CAMPUS classes. A classroom is a protected area, that supports teaching and serves the exchange of learning materials and information. More information can be found here.
Aside from the Joint Mathematics Library, you should be aware of University Library and the text book collection in particular, from which you can take out necessary literature. The text book collection contains multiple copies of the books for introductory courses. The University Library regularly offers Introductions to the Use and Service of the University Library.
Glossary of important words and phrases from everyday university life
The internal RWTH Aachen Wiki is an information platform for RWTH employees and students to organize studies and teaching that is currently being developed.