Advice & Contacts
The Ombudsman's Office is available to all members of the university to handle internal university-related complaints. Numerous other offices provide advice and support as well.
Advice centers at the University of Basel
Balancing studies/career and family; parenthood; discrimination based on gender
sexism or sexual harassment,
or abuse of power.
Organizing collaborations, planning career paths and goal-oriented qualification
Conflicts in the workplace
Organization of collaborations, leadership advice
Advice on successfully starting a career after one's studies and PhD
Academic career path: planning, financing and organization
The Assistants' Association (avuba) assists doctoral and postdoctoral students with academic and professional issues.
Assistants' Association (avuba)
Mental health problems or illnesses
Contact points and advice centers for students with mental health issues
Financing studies: budget, scholarships, insurance issues, university day care center
Legal advice during the lecture period (free of charge)
Selecting a course of study, reorientation and psychological support (for prospective students and students)
Disabilities that affect mobility, hearing, sight or speaking; chronic or mental health problems