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Internet facilities
Copy centre
Student services
Language courses
Library

Internet facilities:

ImageThe Computer Centre is the best place for checking emails, reading news from home and doing research via Internet. Students have free access to computers and internet connection at the Deggendorf University of Applied Sciences. In order to get a password to be able to make use of the computers on campus, you will need to apply for a computer account.

To do this you need to:

o        go to the computer centre, room 207 of building G
o        fill in a form that will be given to you there

In a maximum time of one week, you will be able to log on to the computer system of the university. Generally, your login name will be the first letter of your first name plus your full last name. You will be entitled to 2 MB space for this account. If you apply for an account you will be also agreeing to the following terms of use:You are not allowed to install programmes on any of the computers at the universityIt is forbidden to download video or music files (mp3, mpeg, or avi)You are not allowed to give your password or login name to other people Note:You have to pay for every sheet of paper you print. The price range is 5-10 Euro cents, depending on what kind of printer is used for printing (laser printers are cheaper than ink printers). When it is time to leave, please make sure you go to the Computer Centre so that your e-mail and log-in account can be deleted from the university’s virtual space.

Copy centre:


For copying lecture materials, books and study materials there is the copy centre, which is located in building C on campus. Students can buy a rechargeable copy card that can also be used for other copy machines on campus.

Prices are as follows:
a copy card costs 2.50 Euro (but this is only a deposit)
100 copies cost 5 Euro

The Copy Centre is open from Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Student services:

ImageAt the Student Affairs Office (Studentensekretariat”) you can ask for information concerning your student data, registration for exams, transcripts etc.:

Business Administrations and International Management
Responsible person: Ms. Herde
Tel.: +49 (0) 991 3615-234
Fax: +49 (0) 991 3615-297
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Language courses:

The Language Centre is the first step towards international communication for all the students. The Language Centre of the Deggendorf University of Applied Sciences offers a wide variety of foreign languages as well as German as a foreign language. The language courses are tied into the accompanying UNIcert-Certificate programmeme, which students can complete along with their studies.

The main focus of the Language Centre is teaching oral ability and listening comprehension skills. Written expression, text comprehension and the various forms of a language (i.e. grammar) will also be practiced, but communication skills are of primary importance. Absolute correctness is not the goal. For that purpose small groups, as well as group and partner work, are considered as essential components of the university’s language programme.

The university offers several levels of German as a foreign language. During the semester the courses (4 hours a week) are for free. The beginner levels are taught in English, the advanced levels are held in German. There are also intensive courses one week before the semester starts, including the orientation week organized by the university (fee: about 75 Euro).

The DUAS Language Centre offers TestDaF, the alternative to DSH, about twice a year.

The Deggendorf University of Applied Sciences also offers other language courses:

 LANGUAGE LEVEL HOURS
 ENGLISHseveral levels(from beginner to intermediate),
possibility to do the TOEIC test 
 2 hours a week
 SPANISH 5 levels  2 hours a week
 FRENCH 4 levels  2 hours a week
 ITALIAN 4 levels  2 hours a week
 PORTUGUESE beginner level 2 hours a week
 RUSSIAN beginner level 2 hours a week
 CZECH beginner level 2 hours a week
  
Please note that several language courses are installed on the computers in the library and can be used by every student.

Library:

The library is one of the most important places on campus for students searching for theoretical knowledge. The library offers the latest publications in both the theoretical and practical fields of applied sciences. In addition, the library provides a copy of the daily newspapers of the region as well as a couple of international newspapers and magazines. Studying by way of multimedia resources is possible through several well equipped single computer rooms. For group meetings in the library, there are several group meeting rooms.

To borrow books from the library, you need to become a member and you will receive your personal membership card free of charge. The registration form is available in the library itself. It will take a couple of days to get the ID card.
To apply for this card, you are required to:
o fill out the application form, this can be done in the library in building G
o make an appointment to take part in a compulsory guided tour

The loaning of books, magazines and newspapers is offered for free. Loaning time differs between one day and four weeks.

Whenever books are needed that are not owned by the university library, they will be sent from libraries all over Germany to Deggendorf (inter-library loan). The staff in the library speaks English, so please feel free to ask for their assistance.

 
 
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