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Jacobs Student Services

Student Services

The university makes a wide range of internal Campus Services available to enhance work, study and leisure; whether aimed at faculty, staff or students living off campus or in one of the four residential colleges. Student Services range from Student Counselling, Career Services and Information Resources to Dining Facilities and Student Activities. Jacobs University works hard to provide superior, innovative, services in a safe and attractive physical environment for everyone.

Rules and information about working on a German campus.
Jacobs Career Services Center offers students, amongst others, an exclusive internship program, individual career counseling, professional skills seminars, Online Job Portal, and employer networking during on-campus recruiting events.  
The goal of the Counseling Center (CC) is to actively assist students in resolving existing problems, preventing potential problems, and developing new skills that will enrich their lives and help them cope with challenges.
For students with limited financial resources, Jacobs University offers scholarships and operates a need-based system of financial aid that consists of grants and tuition deferrals (similar to student loans). 
International learning and research experience is a vital part of the contemporary academic life and a prerequisite for a successful career. The International Office is glad to offer its services to students and researchers of Jacobs University, exchange and visiting students, and international scholars.  
The Office of Student Records at Jacobs University Bremen serves a number of functions.  Our team offers support and advice in your daily life as a student at Jacobs University as well as in Germany.  
We offer you first level support and general information as well as document pick-up service. The student service center is located RLH 102 and 103 across from registrar services.  
All Jacobs University undergraduates live on campus. Many of them have never been to Germany before and have never had the chance to meet German people or experience the culture. But Jacobs University wants students to be part of the Bremen community. This is why we introduced a Host Family Program to establish personal connections between our students and families in Bremen.

Jacobs University’s library is part of the Information Resource Center (IRC), housed in the spacious Campus Center building. Quiet, group, and individual study areas, equipped with WLAN, power and network connections, offer space for learning in groups or individually.