Ombudsperson teaching and doctoral degree studies

The ombudsperson is a neutral and confidential contact person for all members of the university who wish to be supported in conflicts that occur in the field of teaching.

The ombudsperson is an impartial and strictly confidential contact person who lends her support to all students and faculties. She facilitates dialogue between students and the University when they need help to settle disagreements, problems and grievances. 

In the field of doctoral degree studies, the ombudsperson is responsible for doctoral students and their supervisors in cases of conflict over doctoral projects. As an independent observer, the ombudsperson reports to the Rectorate and the relevant committees. They can also actively involve the Rectorate in the clarification process.



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Ursula Meiser


Ombudsperson teaching and doctoral degree studies

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