Central Student Advisory Office

The Central Student Advisory Office is your first point of contact for any questions you might have about studying at LMU — whether you're trying to choose a program, in the middle of a degree or about to graduate. We're here to inform, advise and support you!

Recent updates

  • 22/09/2022 - 31/03/2023
    Online trial courses: Students help prospective students
  • 26/10/2022 - 16/01/2023
    Event series: Study and examination skills

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The Central Student Advisory Office: our team

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  • Stop by!
    Our service desk is open
    Monday– Thursday: 9 a.m. – 12 noon
    Tuesday: 1 p.m. – 16 p.m.
  • Give us a call!
    The Study Information Service (SIS) can answer your questions about studying at LMU or arrange an appointment with one of our advisors at +49 89 2180-9000.
    Monday– Thursday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Friday: 9 a.m. – 12 noon
  • Drop us a line!
    You can use our contact form to ask us whatever questions come to mind, whenever you need.
  • We're here to help!
    We'll take the time to discuss any issues you have, in detail. Book an individual and confidential appointment with the SIS or at the help desk.

Please note that around national holidays and during school holidays our advisory service may be running on limited capacity or the Central Student Advisory Office may be closed. You can find out if the office is open on this page or in the Workspace for Students!

  • Throughout the year, we offer you the opportunity to find out more about the different programs taught at LMU through various information events. From Campustag (Campus Day) — with 10,000 visitors each year — to a Schnupperstunde (trial session) with one of our students, we have something for everyone.

  • We take special needs seriously: The advisory service offices for student parents und students with disabilities are here to help prospective and current students with children as well as those with disabilities or a chronic or psychological illness.
  • On our YouTube channel you can find a number of different videos answering important questions about studying at LMU. Why don't you check it out?

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