Studying abroad involves more than just academic performance. You have to cope with a foreign language and culture, deal with unknown social codes of conduct in everyday life and with different manners when getting in touch with lecturers and fellow students, as well as with authorities regarding all official issues or study regulations - besides possible financial distress. All these burdens must be taken seriously.
In most cases the appropriate contact person can help. You can find them both in the International Office and in our Department.
Very important: Should any kind of difficulties occur, do not hesitate to contact the responsible persons and get advice at once, as timely action is usually already half of the solution!