Pupils are already welcome at the HSZG during their school days. We introduce students to studying with various events. Our offers are experience-oriented, i. H. the students can also work independently, guided by our teachers and students.
We want to give you an insight into the world of science and research based on interesting questions. You can discover to what extent your desired course of study fits your inclinations and interests. Experience for yourself how it feels to learn in the lecture hall, to experiment in the laboratory and to eat in the canteen...
We want to support your ability to make decisions about your studies!
In the following, we have specifically described our range of events for pupils and school classes. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the specified contact persons.
Like all fireworks, our events for schoolchildren are unique. We put a lot of commitment and time into the preparation and implementation. In order for our work to be well received by the students, we need your cooperation and support.
Participation in our events is free of charge for the students (travel, meals and accommodation costs are to be borne by the students themselves) and is agreed in writing. For the selection of the specialist topics, please use the topic catalog (see below under "Download"). Please make a pre-selection in agreement with the students. We strive to realize your topic requests.
Insurance protection: If you participate in school (e.g. as part of a school project week), the school’s accident insurance will take effect in the event of damage. Students who organize their participation at the university (privately) are insured against accidents through the university. Liability insurance is to be borne privately in each case.
The Zittau/Görlitz University of Applied Sciences is very interested in promoting young academics, especially in engineering and natural sciences. If you receive a rejection of an inquiry from us, then the i. i.e. R. due to the limited human and/or time resources. We ask for your understanding.