Learning and teaching together with research and advanced scientific training are the core tasks of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. As the university expresses in its mission statement on the subject of "learning and teaching", all members of the university are committed to ensuring that students not only receive a highly qualified range of courses, but are also able to benefit from good social and cultural conditions as well as transparent structures geared towards academic success.
Learning and Teaching strives to realize this goal. It is divided into the following task areas (units):
Study and Examination Matters (SL 1)
Core tasks of this unit include coordinating the overall development of the university in the fields of academic studies and university teaching, dealing with general issues concerning the structure and design of degree programs, as well as advising and supporting the faculties and asociated subjects in preparing examination regulations and curricula.
Psychotherapeutic Counseling Center (SL 3)
The Psychotherapeutic Counseling Center offers students professional psychological-therapeutic help when it comes to dealing with issues they may be facing in both their academic and personal lives. This may include exam anxiety, learning issues, social anxiety and personal problems. Further information can be found on the following page http://www.pbs.uni-mainz.de/eng/34.php.
Integrated Campus Management System (SL 4)
Main task of this unit is maintaining the Campus Management Software JOGU-StINe. This supports students, teachers, applicants as well as the administration in organizing studies, teaching, examinations and application procedures.
Student Advisory Center and Career Service (SL 5)
The Student Advisory Center (ZSB) is the first point of contact for students as well as those interested in studying at JGU for all interdisciplinary questions concerning studying at JGU. The staff of the ZSB are responsible for organizing orientation events (open days, trial days, presenting the JGU at university fairs...) and are also in charge of the internet portal www.studying.uni-mainz.de.
The Career Service is targeted at students and graduates and supports them in choosing a career path, planning their professional future and acquiring interdisciplinary qualifications. The Career Service staff are also in charge of the following internet portals https://www.blogs.uni-mainz.de/career-eng and www.karriere-campus-mainz.de.