Fachschaftsrat Physik &
Who we are, what we do - and why you should participate.
The Saxon Law on University “Freedom“ stipulates that students may participate democratically in the organisational processes of their university. In concrete terms, this means that members of FaRaPhy participate and vote in university and faculty committees.
On Mondays at 4 to 5 pm, we offer an online office hour. Come by with your questions and problems and benefit from our experience.
In our weekly meeting (Monday at 5 pm) we discuss the latest developments at the faculty. We plan events, take care of students’ problems, write e-mails to lecturers and discuss how to improve the study programmes.
Our meetings and office hours are held via Discord (discord.gg/BfjfHJe). Discord can be used without/with registration via browser or app.
You want to participate?
Starting your studies
Are you considering studying physics or meteorology? Then you are in the right place.
On our website you will find a lot of helpful information. Or just ask us your questions personally.
For all prospective students we offer individual and free tours to the most important locations near the faculty in August and September. Please contact us by e-mail and mention your preferred date.
A study abroad is usually a great personal enrichment, because you get to know people from many other nations and cultures, improve your language skills and experience a different educational system. However, in order to ensure that studying abroad is a success and does not lead to unnecessary delays in your studies, there are a number of things that need to be taken into account in advance.
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Frequently asked questions and helpful tips. To make it easier for you to find the answers, we have compiled the most frequently asked questions here. If you can’t find the answer to your question, please feel free to send us an e-mail or come by!