Student Counseling

Contact options:

Consultation by phone
Mon 12:00-14:00
Tue 9:00-11:00
Wed 12:00-14:00
Thu 9:00-11:00

Phone: +49 69 798 - 7749

Open office hours
Tue 13:00-14:00
Thu 13:00-14:00

Room RuW 1.203


Bachelor Business Education:
For questions about the business education modules, the required internship and the general subject, please contact Studienfachberatung Wirtschaftspädagogik.

Schedule a video meeting
To book a personal video consultation appointment, contact:

Consultation by phone
Wed 10:00-12:00

Phone: +49 69 798 - 34691

Open office hours
Tue 12:00 - 13:00

Room RuW 1.203

Master BWL, IM, MMF, IEEP:

Master Business Education:
Please contact Studienfachberatung Wirtschaftspädagogik.

Schedule a video meeting
To book a personal video consultation appointment, contact:

Our counseling sessions are absolutely confidential!

The Student Advisory Services will answer your questions concerning your (future) studies at the Faculty of Economics and Business and will help you solve problems that might come up during your studies.

Your first contact will be with one of our student aides: Emma Troyke, Nick Bednarz, Jana Schneider, and Robin Fenchel.

Further support is available from our experienced counselors Christoph Bestian Fiolic (Master), Dr. Rico Hermkes (Wirtschaftspädagogik), Christina Sudler (Bachelor), and Gabriella Petrondi (Bachelor).

Your concerns

  • if you missed orientation (E! Woche or Master Welcome Day)
  • if you failed an exam or were unable to complete required courses
  • if you are facing problems in individual modules
  • if you are planning on changing your study program or would like to transfer to a different university

  • if you would like to discuss your individual time table and study plan
  • if you need support at the beginning of you studies
  • if you are interested in any of our study programs

  • learning plans and strategies
  • Isolation
  • feeling down / depression
  • problems with soccial interaction
  • exam nerves

You will find all relevant information on the master's programs on the individual program's website. Please see here for an overview.

For more information on the application and counselling during the application period see here.

Students in the bachelor and master programs in Business Education (Wirtschaftspädagogik) can also contact student counselling for Business Education if they have questions on the following topics: Internship (Bachelor: PWP1 and Master: SPÜ / PEU), Study Track II, choosing a study track and job opportunities, the general subject (study track II) and questions concerning the bachelor / master thesis at the chair of business education:

Student counselling will issue a letter of recommendation for students in the bachelor's programs in Economics and Business as well as Business Education who are applying for internships. Please send us an e-mail stating your name and matriculation number.

The letter will state that the rules and regulations for your program recommend a three-month internship.

Additional services at Goethe University

The examination office offers specific office hours for bachelor's, minor and master's students on the topics of examinations, recognition of external credits, issuing of diplomas and transcripts etc.

Goethe University's IT department (Hochschulrechenzentrum/HRZ offers IT-support to students (Goethe-Card, HRZ-Account, sudent e-mail account etc.). Additionally the HRZ offers support with technical issues.

Goethe University's phone hot-line, the registrar's office and central student counselling will help you with questions regarding applications, semester dates, enrollment, chnage of study programs, dual enrollment, leave of absence and exmatriculation.

Goethe University's Global Office is the first point of contact for international students and applicants who can get support on questions regarding the organsation and modes of application for different study programs.

The Studentenwerk offers supports for students on a number of social and economic matters. The Studentenwerk supplies the infrastructure needed to study successfully in the areas of economic support, housing, cafeterias and dining halls as well as counslling.