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The University IT Services offers numerous courses and workshops for Freiburg Universitystudents and employees. Some courses are offered in conjunction with other academic institutes, such as the Center for Higher Learning or for General Studies.

Part of the University IT Services' duties is the provision of teaching and guidance for the application of e-learning, IT courses for students and employees as well as education for specialists in IT technology. Students, employees and University scholarly contributors can attend the courses offered by the University IT Services. 

The courses take place in the computer labs located in the Hermann-Herder-Straße 10 (Groundfloor) or in the University Library building #2, Rempartstraße 16.

Some of the courses are offered especially for students, however these courses often require payment.

Refer to the links below for further information, including how to apply for a course.

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Courses offered

... for Employees
Courses, workshops and teaching seminars for Freiburg University employees.
... for General Studies
The courses offered by the University IT Services up to and including summer semester 2015 in the Studium Generale program (Office applications, image processing with Gimp, WebDesign and others) will be discontinued as of winter semester 2015/16 for operational reasons.
... for Students
The courses for students on application software (Citavi, Office applications and others) offered by the University IT Services up to and including the summer semester 2015 will be discontinued for operational reasons as of winter semester 2015/16. ...
Courses in Summer term (01.04. - 30.09.2010)
These courses are available for Freiburg University students and also offered to non-students for a small fee.
Courses in Winter term 2013/14
In Winter term 2013/14 the following courses are offered in the program of "General Studies" by IT-Services employees.
Summer Term 2020 (April 1 to September 30, 2020)