Application, course of study, examination, practical phases, graduation or, or ... You need support or have questions! Then please contact us by e-mail, telephone or in person during office hours:

Telephone consultation hours (without appointment):

  • Thursdays 10-12 a.m.

Personal consultation hours (without appointment):

  • Tuesdays 2-4 p.m.

Online consultation hours (with appointment)

  • Thursdays 12:30-13:30 via Zoom

Not a fit? Then write us an email: sozialearbeit@

In addition to student counseling, we, Marlene & Viktor, also offer peer counseling. We are students in the B.A. Social Work and also work as tutors in the degree program.

Open office hours (without appointment):

  • Tuesdays 12:30-13:30 via jitsi

Attention: If you enter the counseling room with a mobile device, please note the following information!

You can also send us an email at any time to: peer4you

You can also follow Peer4You's Telegram channel:

You can find an overview on the "Advice and support" website.

Nina Bröcher

Study Guidance

Room No. 328

service hours by phone: Tuesday 14 - 16 pm and thursday 10 am - 12 pm

personal office hours: wednesday 14 - 16 pm

T +49 30- 99245-231

Marlene Faltermeier

Student assistant

Peer-consultation and coordination

online: tuesday 12:30-13:30 pm (jitsi)

Viktor Klein

Student assistant

Peer-consultation and coordination

Online: tuesday 12:30-13:30 pm (jitsi)

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Contact persons

Study Advisory Service and guidance on the Social Work BA

The general Student Advisory Service and the Social Work advisory team can provide you with guidance on the following subjects:

  • Range of study programmes and choosing a study programme
  • Applications and admission requirements
  • Social counselling
  • Financing your studies
  • Studying with a family / job / chronic illness / disabilities

Further advice and  information about funding, studying with a family and more topics you can also find here.

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Subject-specific study guidance and programme coordination

As the programme coordination team, we support the programme directors Prof. Marion Mayer and Prof. Susanne Gerull with further developing and designing the study programmes. We serve as the interface between students, lecturers and the administration.

Programme Directors

The programme directors are primarily responsible for ensuring the content-related aspects of the study programmes such as further developing the curriculum or accreditations.

Together with the programme coordinators, they take care of the ongoing running of the study programme, organise study programme conferences and maintain contact with the University Board, Academic Senate, committees, university administration and other programme directors. 

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Module coordinators and lecturers

You can find the current module coordinators on the website of the teaching administration.

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