2019 / 20
Institut für Physik
- Albert-Einstein-Str. 23-24
- 18059 Rostock
- Phone: +49 381 498-6704
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Special features regarding teachingInitial help for prospective students by student navigators; Preliminary course in mathematics for new students; introductory week for freshers; Brochure for new students; Additional tutorials; Good contact between students from different semesters from the beginning; Small group sizes in the exercises and practicals; Good facilities; Very good tutor-student ratio; Good working relationship between faculty and student body; Regular teaching evaluations by the student body; Bachelor's and Master's theses on current research topics
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.physik.uni-rostock.de/studium-und-lehre/
Special features regarding the international orientationThe University of Rostock has numerous partnerships with universities in Europe as part of the ERASMUS+ programme. The contracts are concluded between the individual departments and supervised by the subject coordinators (in the field of physics currently about fifteen).
Common partner universities for exchangeTechn. Uni Lulea (LTU), Schweden; Lettische Uni Riga (LV), Lettland; NTNU Trondheim, Norwegen; University of Ottawa, Kanada
Special features regarding the equipmentIn 2015 a new research and lecture hall building was opened; the complex also includes the laboratory building of the "life, light, matter" department of the interdisciplinary faculty. Equipment: Ultra-short pulse laser systems including pulse formation, high resolution laser spectroscopy, scanning microscope with atomic resolution, low temperature cryostate bath, helium (nano-)droplet isolation spectroscopy, preparation lab, high performance computing cluster.
Website with further information on research activitieswww.physik.uni-rostock.de/das-institut/das-institut-fuer-physik/ueber-das-institut/
Support for foundersThe university’s Centre for Entrepreneurship supports scientists and students at every stage of their business start-up project: Beginning with the evaluation and structuring of ideas and concepts, to support with the formal and organisational founding of the business. The business model is reviewed and evaluated, and support is provided with writing the business plan. The UR offers teaching on start-up theory, which can be selected from the non-physics electives of our degree programmes.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsSpecial arrangements as reasonable adjustments for examinations (Article 18 of the framework examination regulations); Individual part-time study is possible (Article 6 of the examination regulations for the specific programme); Institute buildings are accessible;
Characteristics of diversity advancementThere is a coordination office for diversity and equality at the university; it is headed by the Vice-Rector for International Affairs, Equality and Diversity Management. Intercultural training is available, and a Diversity Day is held every year. Various courses of the UR are dedicated to diversity and are available as part of the general curriculum or as an elective module in soft skills. The University of Rostock offers a range of advisory services to support its members in different situations and personal circumstances.
Other special featuresNew teaching building with state-of-the-art lecture halls, seminar and practical rooms since 2015; Excellent IT equipment; The Universität Rostock is family friendly: Child-parent play and study room, cooperation with child care facilities, family-friendly organisation of studies and examinations, well-equipped library with long opening hours, very good cafeteria, foreign language centre with extensive range of programmes, varied range of university sports and cultural activities; Hanseatic city of Rostock offers an attractive environment for student life; its environment is one of the most popular holiday regions
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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