First steps after enrollment

Frequently asked questions On this page we have summarized some of the questions we are frequently asked about the first steps to be taken after the enrollment for the degree program and provided answers. Please check first whether your request can be answered in this way. If this is not the case, please contact the responsible academic advisor, our Service Center or our Examination Office.

Where can I find initial information about my degree program?

Please note the information for first-semester students of the degree program on the website of the Central Academic Advising Office. Here you will find, among other things, the date of the "First Semester Welcome for Master's Students of the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering" at the Faculty of Engineering of Kiel University.

In addition, please note the information you will receive from the Student Service of Kiel University or the University's International Center during the enrollment process.

What steps do I have to take after enrolling for the degree programme?

Please take the following steps:

  • Activate your stu-mail address
  • Create your timetable in UnivIS
  • Register at OpenOLAT and log in to the desired courses

 

Further details

You will be provided the access to your personal student e-mail address (stu-mail) and the respective password for access (“Computer Center PIN” = RZ PIN) after you have successfully enrolled in the degree program. It is important that you activate this personal e-mail address as soon as possible. Please find further information in a video by the International Center on the student mail.

If you need an introduction to UnivIS, the campus managment system HISinOne and the OLAT system, watch this video from the International Center on Class Scheduling, Registration and Exams, Kiel University.

Furthermore, please register on the online platform OpenOlat. Many lecturers  use this online platform for their courses. After you have clicked on the link and opend the online platform you can - if necessary - adjust the language selection in the upper right corner.

I am admitted to the Master's degree program under conditions and have to make up for some Bachelor’s exams. How do I catch up on these exams?

Please contact the Service Center via e-mail (eeit@tf.uni-kiel.de) after your enrollment in the Master's degree program and ask for information on the Bachelor's modules you have to catch up.

Further details

You will receive basic information from the Service Center on how to catch up on the content of the Bachelor's modules and take a corresponding exam.

Most of the Bachelor's modules are offered in German. Students with German language skills can therefore attend the corresponding courses. In many cases, English-speaking students are provided with literature lists by the lecturers; English-speaking students prepare themselves independently for the examination of the respective Bachelor's module on the basis of the literature. Of course, the lecturers and their academic staff are available to answer any questions you may have about the module and the learning content.

While you register online for examinations for the Master’s modules of your degree program, you register in written form for the examinations for the Bachelor’s modules. Online registration is not possible for you for these Bachelor’s examinations. You will find the form for the written registration of a Bachelor’s examination on the website of the Examination Office for Electrical and Informatiion Engineering.

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