Getting started in Tübingen

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==Accommodation & Transport==
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* If you want to go for [http://www.my-stuwe.de/cms/front_content.php?idart=466 student housing], apply as early as possible. You can apply before you have received an offer!
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==Banking==
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* local banks like Sparkasse are often more accessible than international ones like Deutsche Bank
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==Communication==
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* [http://dict.leo.org/ende?lang=en the best English-German online dictionary]
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* [http://dict.leo.org/ende?lang=en online English-German dictionary LEO]
 
   
   
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==Student matters==
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* You currently need to pay your registration fees from a German bank account on in cash. Keep that in mind.
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* You will receive your student card, log in details in several letters by traditional mail. Also the text is currently still in German.
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Revision as of 09:31, 24 October 2013

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Welcome to Tübingen

This page is an informal collection of tips to help you get started in Tübingen. Maybe you just arrived here for a research project or a degree in biochemistry or a related life science. Accommodation, accounts, and paper work need to be sorted out. A little German will surely come in handy and you have to set up your life in a new city. Welcome and please add your comments and tips here.

Tübingen

  • add a info/link


Accommodation & Transport

  • If you want to go for student housing, apply as early as possible. You can apply before you have received an offer!
  • add a tip/link


Transport

  • add a tip/link



Banking

  • local banks like Sparkasse are often more accessible than international ones like Deutsche Bank
  • add a tip/link

Communication


Student matters

  • You currently need to pay your registration fees from a German bank account on in cash. Keep that in mind.
  • You will receive your student card, log in details in several letters by traditional mail. Also the text is currently still in German.
  • add a tip/problem




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