For Your Studies
Student Service Center
Questions on: Options for studying, conditions and requirements for studying, selecting the right degree program, progression of studies, exams, opportunities for continuing studies, student interest representation (University committees)Learn more
Central Student Advising Service
The Central Student Advising Service has the task of advising prospective students, enrolled students, and others interested in the University about the degree program contents, tasks, and requirements.To the advising service
Degree Program Advising
Anhalt University of Applied Sciences offers various services and advising for prospective and enrolled students. You can receive comprehensive advising form the Student Service Center (SSC). Here, questions about studying and all necessary formalities throughout your entire program are answered. For specific questions about your degree program, the Degree Program Advisors provide specialized advice on the requirements for admission, the content of the degree program, and other aspects of studies.Learn more
Advising for Continuing Education
Anhalt University’s Center for Continuing Education (WZA) is focused on your individual needs for continuing education. The program ranges from obtaining a university entrance qualification to a one-day or multiple-day continuing education event to part-time Bachelor’s or Master’s degree programs that can be done alongside your career.
At our three campuses in Köthen, Bernburg, and Dessau, we provide you access to more than 385,000 volumes of specialized literature that you can browse at your leisure using our Web OPAC catalog. In the campus network, we also offer online access to more than 46,000 e-books and 66,000 journals.Learn more
Studying abroad in Europe, internship overseas, Master’s thesis in New Zealand - You need information on funding your planned stay abroad? You want to know what partners Anhalt University cooperates with around the world? Or you want to study at Anhalt University and need information about the application process and who to contact?
IT Service Center
The IT Service Center (ISC) operates the information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure and its external connection to data networks. It supports University members in using ICT with a broad spectrum of services ranging from central server and network services to purchasing to communication and presentation technology.
Sports to Get Rid of Stress
Back balance, badminton, bowling, Pilates, or just relaxing in the sauna. On all three campuses, there is an extensive sports program.Learn more
Pastoral Care and Psychological Counselling
Sometimes we just need someone to talk to, maybe because studies are overwhelming, because relationships are causing problems, or because of stress or anxiety.Learn more