Open university courses for autumn 2023 have been published!

Open university offers courses in the fields of technology, business, and arts.
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Course selection in autumn 2023

Registration period for early autumn courses starts on August 7 at the earliest. In addition, you can still register for some of our end-of-summer courses, which start in August.

At the open university, you can take courses in the fields of technology, business and arts as well as study languages and communications. We offer several courses in English!

Summer service hours

In July, the office of the Open University is closed, and there might be a delay in answering e-mails. Our phone service is closed. If you need study guidance, please contact us again in August!

We wish everyone relaxing summer!

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