Organizing your studies

Assembled here for your ready reference are pointers on how to keep track of it all – studies, examinations, study abroad semesters, online platforms and key skills.

Online Services

Campus Management Portal C@MPUS

The indispensable tool for organizing your studies is the Campus Management Portal C@MPUS. Use it to update your personal data such as name or address, but also to see your lectures, set up your class schedule and print out your student certifications. See the C@MPUS user information of the Information and Communication Center for more details.

C@MPUS: Individual apps and desktop

Helpful points of contact

Key competencies (SQ)

Interdisciplinary key competencies are courses designed to reinforce the so-called "soft skills". The course contents prepare you for eventual entry into the workforce and enhance your chances for a job and career prospects. SQ courses are designed to complement the student’s future professional field.

The skills are divided into six different competency areas [de]. Your study program’s examination regulation controls which SQs you can take or in which competence areas you need to earn credits. Each SQ module corresponds to three ECTS (Course Credits Transferable Europe-wide).

All Bachelor’s students must take key competencies courses. Rules for Master’s study programs differ, so check your examination regulation for the applicable particulars if any.

User guide: Course registration



Student Service and Examination Office

Pfaffenwaldring 5c, 70569 Stuttgart

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