You landed on the homepage of the FSR ET/IT.
We, the Student Council, FSR for short, are the elected representatives of the students belonging to our institutes.
This page is mostly aimed at bachelor students. If you are interested in a masters program, you will find a (mostly) comprehensive list of information you are going to need during your studies here at TUHH here.
If you are interested in taking your studies at TUHH, feel free to look around here. All you need to know for admission you can find here.
It is, if you are studying one of the following courses:
Bachelor and Master
The following attempts to be a guide for your first semester and answer questions some of which you might not even know you had.
An internship needs to be completed before starting the bachelor thesis.
It is advisable to complete your internship before you start your studies since there will be no allocated time for this during your time at the TUHH.
Though not to worry, a lot of students have completed their internship during their studies and it won’t be a problem if you do as well.
Elektrotechnik & Informatik-Ingenieurwesen
Duration: 10 weeks (splitable, see the Praktikumsordnung)
ET und IIW is supervised by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Manfred Kasper.
Eißendorfer Straße 42 (M), Raum 2514
Offie hours: Friday 11:00 - 12:00
Students of Technomathematik do not need an internship!
The internship for Computer Science is slightly different. You can find the details here.
There is no central supervisor for Computer Science instead the Professors supervise and accept your internship.
You can find more information about the internship here.
The first week of your first semester is the so called Orientierungseinheit (OE). During the OE we host a bunch of different events. Further information can be found here.
During the OE-week StartING will begin. We highly recommend you participate as it will supply you with a lot of information that will help you during your studies. More Information can be found here
A step by step instruction on how to compile your time table can be found here.
There are two tools at your disposal. For one there is Tune.
Then there is StudIP. For both of them you need a “Rechenzentrumsaccount”. You will receive your login together with your Immatrikulation.
In StudIP the information comes from the institutes and might be incomplete. A lot of Documents for the modules are uploaded here. If you have problems with Tune, don't worry, it's the same for everyone :( In case of emergency, feel free to contact us.
If there are discrepancies between the two platforms, the information in Stud.IP is usually correct. Nevertheless, it is advisable to ask in this case.
There are exams that you will subscribe automatically. You can not unsubscribe from those automatically. These exams are the following:
You need to subscribe to all other exams manually!
This can be done in Tune as described here. Here you can find deadlines for exams as well as the information on what exams you are suscribed to. Here you can unsubscribe as well.
Be aware that subscription has deadlines. You will receive Emails with further details once the time is close. Keep in mind (though try not to abuse this too hard) that you can unsubscribe from exams up to two weekdays before the exam.
Additional details can be found in the intranet.