The Environmental Campus Birkenfeld offers prospective students, schools, teachers and parents a variety of opportunities to get to know the campus and the courses offered.
Please contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to make use of our offer.
First try, then study!
Many future students have only a very vague picture of their desired course of studies, so that a binding choice of university and course of studies is very difficult.
In order to give a first insight into the study at the Environmental Campus, pupils can complete a trial study. This is an easy way to answer questions such as
before your studies. Due to the unbureaucratic processing, nothing stands in the way of the taster course apart from registration (no previous knowledge of the subject, no guest hearing certificate, etc.). It is possible to live on campus for up to one week, attend lectures, participate in student activities and eat in the refectory.
You will find further information on the trial course at the Website of UCB-Contact.
Then just give us a call!
phone: +49 6782 17-18 19
We are looking forward to seeing you!
Another way to gain an insight into campus life is to visit the Environmental Campus Birkenfeld as part of the Information Day/Info Evening or the Open Day.
Information evenings or days or other possibilities for career and study orientation usually take place in spring and late summer/autumn and are mainly (but not exclusively) aimed at pupils, prospective students, parents and teachers.
The Open Day offers an extensive programme for the whole family and usually takes place every two years in May. In addition to pupils, prospective students, parents and teachers, people from the region enjoy the different facets of our location every year.
Our students once faced the same challenges as you. Would you rather draw on their experience and ask your questions directly to students? No problem, simply send an e-mail to: frag-die-studies(at)umwelt-campus.de.
pepperMINT - For girls with pepper!
pepperMINT is the mentoring program of the Trier University of Applied Sciences in the MINT sector. MINT is the abbreviation for mathematics, computer science, natural science and technology. Behind it are female students who pass on their study experiences to female pupils and are contact persons for all kinds of questions. pepperMINT inspires girls with various events and supports the transition from school to university. Information and questions at peppermint(at)umwelt-campus.de and peppermint.fh-trier.de.
Ada Lovelace Project (ALP)
The Ada Lovelace Project is a Rhineland-Palatinate mentoring network with the aim of motivating girls and women to pursue MINT courses and careers. The Ada Lovelace project relies on role models: Female students in MINT courses and young women in MINT training occupations inform, advise and support schoolgirls. Current dates can be found at www.ada-lovelace.com/trier.
If you have any questions regarding the content of a particular degree programme or would like to receive advice on a specific subject, the programme officer of the relevant degree programme is available to assist you. You will find your contact person on the information page of the respective degree programme.
Click here for an overview of the study programmes!
The study and vocational orientation is an important building block on the way of pupils. We provide support for events at schools and other educational institutions or at the Birkenfeld university location.
We present our range of courses, offer taster lectures on sustainable topics or visits to our laboratories and pilot plants.
Are you interested? Please send inquiries to schule(at)umwelt-campus.de.
Since 2011, the Environmental Campus Birkenfeld has been offering holiday courses for schoolchildren as part of the "Knowledge Creates the Future" support programme of the Rhineland-Palatinate Ministry of Science, Education and Culture.
The courses take place during the Easter, Summer and Autumn holidays with a changing range of courses.
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