We use our annual reports to give you an impression of the most important projects and activities in the relevant business year. You will also find the annual accounts there and the report on the economic situation. We trust you will find the material interesting.
10 years Studierendenwerk Tübingen-Hohenheim 2007-2016
By January 1st, 2007, the former Studentenwerke Tübingen and Hohenheim merged to today’s Studierendenwerk Tübingen-Hohenheim. Which challenges the Studierendenwerk had to cope with and how it developed during the past ten years, we compiled in our anniversary publication.
Find out more about our various projects of the last decade, get to know our staff and divisions and learn more about future projects.
the guide for those starting out & other students
When is the refectory open? How do I apply for a place in a hall of residence? Where can I gain information about BAföG? Those starting out and other students can find answers to these and other questions at our StuWe Kompass.
The orientation brochure is directed at students in Tübingen, Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Reutlingen, Nürtingen, Geislingen, Albstadt, Sigmaringen, Rottenburg and Trossingen.
We have also brought together the best cultural and leisure tips in each university town and done some research into events that no student should miss!
We hope you enjoy reading about it all!
Whether it’s about BAföG, our dormitories, refectories or the PBS – in our department flyers we answer various questions about your study life. Here we also name the most important contact persons in this area and show you how to get in touch with them.
Studying when you have a child
Our day care centres
You will find detailed information about our children’s care services in Tübingen, Stuttgart-Hohenheim and Reutlingen in our brochure entitled “Studying when you have a child”. Alongside general information on the registration procedures or meals, you can find out everything about our major educational priorities and read about how we implement them in everyday life at the centres.
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