finally the study starts and you are all very eager to learn a lot. In the next few weeks a lot of information will come your way and so that you don’t lose track of the most important ones, the AStA has put together these tips for you.
Here you will find useful tips on how to organise and orientate yourself within the daily study routine.
But remember, these tips are not a miracle cure!
You should always consult the current study and examination regulations for your degree program at Beuth Hochschule.
Have fun and success in your studies!
Just do it!
Don’t be afraid to ask!
All beginnings are hard and those who don’t ask remain stupid. You are not alone!
Communicate in person!
If you have important questions, contact the university staff personally, don’t rely on e‑mail traffic. (Applies again when the Corona crisis is over. Until then you will have to rely on e‑mail and phone, for better or worse)
What you can do today…
Please note obligatory dates and deadlines! Process applications (BAföG & co.) in time and do not wait for a better time.
Use your Campus-Card!
With it you can use the public transport (ABC area Berlin, bicycle included!), borrow books in the Beuth-Bibliothek and pay in the Berlin refectories. (Again: only when the Corona crisis is over. Until then: stay the fuck home!)
At the university we students have as much to say as professors and lecturers. Therefore: get involved, vote and help shape your university.
Don’t do it!
Know your rights and have a look at the current study and examination regulations! No one will do it for you. And even professors are sometimes wrong.
Stay on top of the university chaos!
Don’t throw away any notes or letters from the university on which your access data and passwords are written!
Don’t give up!
If you have problems, contact your student council or the AStA. Take advantage of the advisory services!
Don’t come unprepared
You will be helped with problems and questions, but at least be a little bit prepared when you come by. Have a look at the BHT website first, many things are explained there!