You have questions concerning your application or admission, your re-registration or other formalities? Please fill in the contact form. We are glad to help.
1. Controller and data protection officer
Information concerning the controller and data protection officer can be found in the data protection declaration of the University.
2. Description of data
An uncoded email in clear text will be generated from the information you provide in the contact form. In order to contact you via e-mail, we need all statements marked with a *. In addition to your entries in the form fields, the date and time will be recorded in the generated email.
The contact form enables a simplified means of getting in touch with the Admissions Office of the University of Stuttgart electronically without an email program needing to be used.
4. Legal basis
The legal basis is Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter e) GDPR together with Article 6 Paragraph 3 GDPR and § 4 of the State Data Protection Act (Landesdatenschutzgesetz).
Your message is received first by the Admissions Office of the University of Stuttgart. On the basis of the content, the Admissions Office will either answer directly or takes a decision concerning who the right point of contact is and passes the email on to this person or department of the University of Stuttgart.
6. Storage duration
The personal data you enter in this form will be processed solely for the purpose stated and will be deleted after the period of processing. The length of time for which the email is saved by the end recipient depends on the process which subsequently takes place.
7. Consequences of non-provision, right of objection and correction
The use of the form is voluntary. You can also get in touch with the Admissions Office by telephone, personally or by post.
You are free to provide your name and email address in the form of a pseudonym when entering data, which means that the University cannot assign the information to a person. Should you not wish for your identity to be disclosed, it may then be the case that your matter cannot be processed.
8. Your rights
Information concerning your rights can be found in the data protection declaration of the University.