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New “ServiceLine” is Here to Keep You Informed

Getting off to a good start in Winter Semester 2019/2020: Chemnitz University of Technology offers telephone counseling sessions and study information prior to the start of the semester

The ServiceLine hotline (+49 (0) 371 531-33333) is available to answer any and all questions relating to studying at Chemnitz University of Technology. Whether applicant or current student, the ServiceLine is available Monday through Friday between the hours of 13:00 and 16:00, until 11 October 2019. Here you will be connected to a consultant who can help answer questions about all courses of study at the university, including requirements, application and admission deadlines, programme structure and the enrolment process in general. Students who are unsure as to whether they have properly submitted all application materials are encouraged to take advantage of the hotline. The Central Student Advisory Service has detailed information on-hand for all 105 study programmes offered by the university in Winter Semester 2019/2020.

Anyone who is looking for further information, whether it be on financing their studies, dormitories, or programme content, can also check our website for specialised advising offerings ( or the Student Service FAQ (

For more information, please contact the Central Student Advisory Service at Chemnitz University of Technology, Straße der Nationen 62, Room 46, 09111 Chemnitz; Telephone +49 (0) 371 531-55555; E-mail; or on the web at

(Translation: Jeffrey Karnitz)

Mario Steinebach

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