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important information for freshers

we will guide you through your first days of study

information for freshers.

important information for your semester start

Fresher's day

On your first day on campus, we invite you to our Fresher's Day. The programme is your perfect start to your studies. We provide you with all the important information and contacts so that you can make the most of your studies. We are currently preparing for your start at all our study locations (Deggendorf, Pfarrkirchen and Cham). You can find the exact information in the freshers' day programmes. Please check back here shortly before the start of the semester and read the most recent information.

Below you will find the detailed programmes:

first steps

general information


Semester times winter semester 2022/2023: The semester begins on 1 October 2022 and ends on 14 March 2023.

Lecture times winter semester 2022/2023: Lectures begin on 4 October 2022 and end on 25 January 2023.

Semester overview



At the moment, masks are no longer mandatory at DIT, not even on meeting areas and traffic routes inside buildings.

As basic protection for all of us, the following continues to apply in consultation with the crisis team and the staff council:

  • Wearing masks (FFP2 mask, OP mask or also casual mask) is still recommended, as well as maintaining a minimum distance of 1.5 m.
  • Please continue to ventilate regularly.
  • Access is still prohibited if you have symptoms typical of a coronavirus infection or if you have been diagnosed with a coronavirus infection.

Should there be any changes due to the pandemic situation, we will of course inform you again as soon as possible.

Please note the DIT's infection control concept and inform yourself about possible changes on the page: Current information for the winter semester 2023.



We recommend moving close to the campus. New students in particular should spend their semester close to campus in order to benefit from the local infrastructure and the numerous events for students (as far as the pandemic situation allows). In addition, you can make contacts better on campus and get to know the university.



The DIT communication guide provides you with general communication guidelines. Whether it's a personal conversation, a phone call, WhatsApp advice or virtual events - the guide covers all areas. You are perfectly prepared with the guide to communicate successfully on campus, at work or with strangers.



  • Get an overview of our facilities and contact persons on campus: facilities on campus
  • If you have any general questions or problems regarding the university or your studies, please contact the Student and Academic Counselling
  • The Study Centre will help you with questions about the application process and admission, as well as during your studies about examination law and practical study periods
  • For any other concerns or inquiries, please contact the International Office at welcome@th-deg.de


quietschie guide & survival guide

You can find all the important information about your start at university, from parking and IT information to advice centres, in our Quietschie Guide (Deggendorf) and our Survival Guides for Pfarrkirchen and Cham.

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