Student concerns

  1. Kempten University of Applied Sciences
  2. Studies
  3. Student Advisory Service
  4. Student concerns

Discontinuing your studies? We are here to help!

Are you having problems studying, doubting that you chose the right course, or thinking of abandoning your current degree programme? We will gladly help you to find a different focus and answer the vital questions:

  • “Is there a different degree programme that would suit me?”
  • “Is vocational training a better option for me right now?”
  • “Where can I find the right vacancies for apprenticeships?”
  • “How do I compose a good, solid application?”

Feel free to reach out to our team at the University Student Advisory Service or one of our partners in the active advisory network. We are here to help!

Active advisory network

University Student Advisory Service at Kempten University of Applied Sciences

The University Student Advisory Service provides information and advice on any questions and problems related to studying, particularly changing degree programme.

Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit)

Academic careers advisors at the Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit) offer individual assistance and run pathfinder seminars (localisation, tests, checking application forms).

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Bavarian Industry Professional Development Centres offer advice and assistance with alternative career opportunities along with coaching for students.

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Information and advice on successfully switching to an apprenticeship (careers guidance, apprenticeships, further training options, application procedures) is provided by the Agent for Ex-Students.

IHK Schwaben (Swabian Chamber of Industry and Commerce)
The IHK – Chamber of Industry and Commerce  provides information and advice about dual studies/training and academic studies incorporating in-company training.

Contacts

Birgit Stumpp
Cornelia Loy
Annemarie Zeller

Building D, 3rd floor
Room D409

Tel.: +49 (0) 831 2523-308
Email: studienberatung@hs-kempten.de

Appointments by arrangement

Securing skilled workers for Allgäu

Securing skilled workers is crucial to keeping companies competitive long-term. The Allgäu Skilled Workers Network is ploughing a great deal of effort in this direction for the region, pooling advisory services and points of contact for employees over the age of 50, returners to work/single parents, skilled workers from other countries and ex-students. The lead partners alongside Allgäu GmbH are the Employment Agency (Agentur für Arbeit), the Swabian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, the Swabian Chamber of Trades, Kempten University of Applied Sciences, and the organisation “Frau und Beruf” (“Women and Career”).