Are you interested in studying at the OWL University of Applied Sciences and Arts? This page describes the services we offer to help you learn more about our university.
How does a degree program work? How can I find the right program? What are the admission requirements? What should I know about the application process? Central Student Advisory Services at the OWL University of Applied Sciences and Arts can answer all these question and more during a personal, confidential meeting.
"1 Day Live" allows you to shadow a university student for the day and get in-person answers to all of your questions. This lets you experience everyday university life in your chosen degree program at the OWL University of Applied Sciences and Arts, and gives you authentic insight into the institution. You can attend events for your chosen degree program together, go eat in the cafeteria, or take a campus tour.
Once a year, Student Advisory Services offices at all universities in the NRW participate in the “Long night of student advisory services.” The OWL University of Applied Sciences and Arts is taking part in this campaign. The event is scheduled shortly before the end of the application period for the winter semester, July 15th, and allows prospective students to ask all of their questions on studying at the university.
The next long night of student advisory services will take place on June 27th, 2019!
Do you want to listen in on a lecture with no registration and no commitment required? No problem! Each semester, departments open up some regular events from different degree programs to any interested listener. Typically, these are introductory events for first-semester students, but in some cases visitors may attend lectures for more advanced semesters.
Do you want to attend a university, but don’t know where or how? We recommend using the University compass for your research.
SET — Personal exploration tool from the Federal Employment Agency
The personal exploration tool supports you in choosing your degree program. To do so, it uses a psychologically proven process to assess your educational abilities, social skills, and professional and technical interests. Your individual results are compared with the requirements of different fields of study. You can also receive further information and links for each field of study.
You can use the Studicheck for math, language and text comprehension to determine whether your school background is sufficient to start your chosen degree program, and where you may need to improve your skills. In addition, you can use the “Studicourses” to improve your knowledge and prepare to start your degree.
A university internship is a special kind of practical training offered to students in senior grades, and helps secondary school students choose what they want to study. They gain insight into life at the university, and get the chance to learn about the content and focal areas of different degree programs.
The “Schnupperstudium” program allows students to learn about university life before they start their own degrees, combining the “Open Lectures” and “1 Day Live” programs. You will take part in a regular lecture course, allowing you to learn more about the content of one or several subject areas. You will also meet with a student in you chosen program to learn more firsthand about everyday life in your specific department.
Information on the “Schnupperstudium” program
The OWL University of Applied Sciences and Arts invites all prospective students to attend University information days at the Lemgo campus – there, we can answer all of your questions about studying at the university in general, and about our university in particular. Short presentations will provide information on different degree programs, the university application and admissions process, financing your studies, taking a gap year, and much more. You can pose your questions directly to students or university employees during a personal discussion at our “Career opportunities market.” In addition, professors from different departments will present their degree programs and outline commonalities, differences, and intersections.