FAQs Study organisation & IT-Services
You can find applications and forms in house 21 behind the Servicetower or online. (Unfortunately these are available only in German. If you need any help please don’t hesitate to contact us.)
Yes. Your e-mail address consists of your name like: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please check your e-mails daily. You get important information from the university via this e-mail address.
See also this video.
You can use two e-mail services:
- GroupOffice (Login with username)
- Webmail (Login with e-mail address)
See also this video about forwarding mails.
If you want to study next semester at the university of Wismar you have to re-register. That means you pay the term contribution via bank transfer.
Click here for further information.
Students can use the online portals LSF and HisInOne (HIO) to register for exams and to print out certificates of study and transcripts of achievement. Furthermore, students can edit their master data here.
Currently we are in a transition phase. In the future, LSF will be completely replaced by HIO.
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You will find your certificate of study on the online portal LSF. Log in there with your user name and password. Click on "Study administration" and then on "Study certificates".
There are only a few exceptions:
Students in some programs already receive their academic certificates at http://hio.hs-wismar.de. Log in with your user name and password. In the menu item "My studies", go to "Study service". Here you will find all available certificates.
You will have to pay for study certificates from previous semesters. Therefore, you should print out at least one certificate yourself each semester.
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You can find the course catalog on the online portals LSF and HIO. There you log in with your user name and password and click on "Events" at the top. Here you will find, among other things, the lecture directory and the course schedules. If you click on "Vorlesungsverzeichnis", you only have to choose your faculty and your study program. Then you will be shown all courses of the semester.
Make sure that you see the correct semester in the upper right corner (e.g. SoSe 2019). If not, adjust it by selection.
The most important platform in everyday student life is used to organize and design courses. It enables and standardizes online communication between teachers and students at our university. For example, events, dates and changes are announced here, but also scripts, exercises and mock exams are posted. Furthermore, additional services such as a bulletin board and carpooling can be found here.
Log in to Stud.IP with your user name and password. Click on the magnifying glass symbol (search) and then on the search in the course catalog. Select your faculty and your course of study. All courses will be displayed.
Yes, Stud.IP sends every message also to your university e-mail address by default. If you do not want this, log in to Stud.IP with your user name and password. Click on "Settings" (gearwheel symbol in the upper right corner), then on "Messages" and select the item "Send copy of received messages to own e-mail address" and change this item as you wish. Confirm your entry by clicking on the "Apply" button.
To forward the e-mails from the university e-mail address to your private e-mail address, please read the answer to the question "How can I forward the university e-mails to my private e-mail address?".
Stud.IP messages will be sent to you at the e-mail address stored in Stud.IP. This is your university e-mail address. For instructions on how to forward the e-mails from this e-mail address to your private e-mail address, please read the answer to the question "How can I forward the university e-mails to my private e-mail address?".
Here you can find the instructions as a video (from minute 01:03).
ILIAS is the university's central e-learning platform. Here, for example, learning modules, tests for self-testing, wikis and teaching videos are provided.
You can download your examination and study regulations here. (Unfortunately they’re only available in German. If you need any help please don’t hesitate to contact us.)
Tutors are some kind of student assistants. They’re students who study and work at the university. They give tutorials and help other students.
The tutors of the International Office are the contact persons for all questions regarding studies and everyday life. They help with exam preparation or contact with authorities (e.g. the Foreigners' Registration Office). For foreign students they are the best contact person. You can register in the Stud.IP event MEDUS to contact them directly.