Academic Career and Diversity
Information and support structures for those wishing to take up an academic career are available here.
Professional development opportunities for scientists to increase equal opportunities in academic careers and at the university workplace.
The mentoring programme "movement" aims to support students and academic staff from all departments to successfully build an academic career.
To actively develop family friendly structures Bielefeld University has developed its advisory service for families into a Family Service centre.
Diversity and gender sensitive selection procedure at the BGHS.
The Rektorat maintains a support programme to improve the employment opportunities of disabled persons in the academic field.
The Representative Body for Disabled Employees pursues the interests of disabled staff.
The International Office advises students, researchers and staff planning a stay abroad or intending to stay at Bielefeld University. Further services provided by the International Office can be found here.
The international character of Bielefeld University is supported through strategies, measures and services to promote internationality in study, teaching and research. Further information on current projects and dates can be found here.