Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

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Edgar Blume

phone: +49 345 55-21055

Universitätsplatz 8/9
06108 Halle (Saale)

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Our commitment to refugees

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg supports refugees eager to study by providing the following counselling services and measures.

Attending classes as a guest auditor

Refugees can easily enrol for free as guest auditors at Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg. All of the information you need can be obtained here.

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Admission to study

The following prerequisites are required by international students to enrol in a standard course of study. Please note that there are special admission requirements in the case of missing certificates.

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German language courses for refugees

The Institute for German Language and Culture offers German language courses for refugees in Halle and in Wittenberg. All of the information you need can be obtained here.

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Information Offers International Office

Refugees who applied for a study program or have already registered with the university are provided with information at the International Office and are welcome to take advantage of the Office’s consulting services relating to different issues concerning their study stay at Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg.

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Social Counseling Service

Martin-Luther-Universität strongly cooperates with the Social Counseling Service of the Student Administration regarding the consultation of students in study difficulties, personal, health or financial problems. The Student Administration can arrange appointments with psychosocial experts if required.

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Support in Cases of Emergency

Concerning the provision of financial aids, the International Office, the registered association “Hilfe für ausländische Studierende e.V. (HauS)”, the Student Administration Halle and the Protestant Students Congregation ("Evangelische Studierendengemeinde - ESG") work closely together. Hence, all supporting possibilities for students needing financial aid in cases of emergency are taken into account. After verification of the student's situation, the financial help is administered at short notice and unbureaucratically.

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Training course on refugee law

The Halle Forum for Migration Law will offers regular training courses on refugee law at the university in conjunction with the practice-based project on migration law.

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German as second language

Against the background of the continuously increasing number of infantile immigrants in school, a new series of events is initiated. It conduce to impart a basic knowledge and provides an opportunity to exchange experiences relating to German as second language.

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