Choosing the right degree programme is one of the most important decisions for the future. In order to support prospective students in their choice in the best possible way, the KOS project of the Central Student Advisory Service works on the conception and implementation of multimedia and interactive elements for study information.
Prospective students can inform themselves independently and qualitatively about their desired studies through the offers of KOS. For the faculties and central facilities of the University of Konstanz the KOS project offers the opportunity to present their study programmes to their target groups in an informative and multimedia format.
Inform and orient –
Everything you need at the click of a mouse!
Your university. Your future! Are you interested in studying at the University of Konstanz? The web area offers all important information, tips and tricks about important topics like study information, choice of studies or application especially for prospective students. [Online from November 2019]
The study programme database contains all study programmes offered by the University of Konstanz as well as important information about each study programme.
Insights into studying –
Discover your dream course!
The PocketGuide is a new, interactive online tool for study information and study selection, specially designed for the University of Konstanz. The slim format, which can be used both on the PC and mobile, offers various information and quizzes for the presentation of study programmes and for self-tests of prospective students' expectations and skills.
Who are the students studying different study programmes at the University of Konstanz? And why did they choose to come to Konstanz? Was it because of the German Excellence Initiative, the university's international focus, or was it Lake Constance that brought them here? And where will their journey take them? In the “Three questions” videos, University of Konstanz students share their personal experiences with living and studying in Konstanz.
There are numerous service providers at the University of Konstanz that can assist you on a wide range of topics. The new series "In high demand!" showcases the many free advisory and support services at our university.
The series "simply explained" is dedicated to facts and tips worth knowing about studying at the University of Constance. In short and entertaining explanation videos you will discover the special offers for study orientation at the university.
Starting a career –
Insights from our alumni
#dreamjob – So you’ve graduated - what now? In our #dreamjob - Starting a career. Insights from our alumni interviews, University of Konstanz alumni share their insights into starting a career.
Campus Life –
Discover the University!
First semester students watch out! Are you new at university and just finding your way around? Then quickly pull out your mobile phone and off you go! Our QR rallies show you the big and small highlights on the campus of the University of Konstanz.
Would you like to explore the University of Konstanz from the comfort of your sofa? This is very easy with our virtual CampusGuides, which invite you to discover and explore the University of Konstanz on various online tours. [Online from October 2019]
The University of Konstanz is a campus university. It's easy to see that studying here means only a few steps between the refectory, library, auditorium and seminar rooms. But the university buildings between Constance's Gießberg and Lake Constance offer so much more! Follow our students in the series "Favourite place" across the campus and get to know very special places.
visitmycampus. Show us your university! – The University of Konstanz’s student film competition in the winter semester of 2017/18
KOS works closely with Communications and Marketing (KuM) to ensure that the information about the university's study programmes is both informative and engaging. The Communication, Information, Media Centre (KIM) provides valuable support with producing films and interviews. At KOS, we develop our didactic study information concepts in close collaboration with the university didactics unit (e-learning). Information on career prospects and starting a career is provided in collaboration with the University of Konstanz’s alumni network. The Central Student Advisory Service (ZSB) helps us develop our general advisory services for prospective students. KOS is part of the project “b³ - beraten, begleiten, beteiligen” funded by the quality pact on teaching.