Study Information Day Physics
On this day, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in our everyday life on campus and to gain exciting insights into the content and requirements of individual study courses in numerous lectures and introductory presentations. Perhaps you will not only take a small step on your personal path to a suitable study choice, but will also discover on the campus what we all value so highly at the University of Bayreuth: excellent study conditions, short paths and cooperation across disciplines. More ...
Further training events for physics teachers & physics teachers
The Physics Institute regularly offers continuing education events in October for physics teachers from the region. Every year a current topic is presented in all its facets.
Information for high school graduates and prospective students
You still do not know if you should study physics? Would you like to know more about the physics studies and the study place Bayreuth? Then you are right here.
In the teaching-learning lab that is currently being set up, teaching students will try their hand at teaching physics, and students from nearby schools will gain deeper insights into physics that are not possible in school lessons. More...
GYPT - German Young Physicists‘ Tournament
In a former lab room in the NW2 of the University of Bayreuth, students from the 8th grade have the opportunity to work on GYPT projects. They will be looked after by the two former participants Jonas Landgraf and Fabian Eller and will also receive support from experts at the university for specific problems. With the help of the Student Research Center Upper Franconia, we have acquired basic equipment and plan to expand it. In addition, we often use equipment from the University of Bayreuth. Mostly the participants meet on Friday or Saturday. Other dates are possible at any time by appointment. More ...
Under the motto "From the School to the Lecture Hall", the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science at the University of Bayreuth, in cooperation with the Deutsche Telekom Foundation, offers students interested in science and technology the opportunity to listen to lectures and obtain licenses to be counted as study achievement in a later study.
The project in detail on the website of the pupils university
"MINT" - that stands for mathematics, computer science, science and technology! How can a university inspire students for MINT? How can the students of the STEM subjects be individually accompanied on their way to graduation? What does it take, especially for girls? and encouraging women to follow their STEM interests, and how do we create optimal conditions for young scientists in MINT? .. more