You should have the chance to experience us the way you would do later as a student: live, unvarnished, and willing to communicate with you.
There are seven ways to find out about us:
1 Information material
Order additional information material. You will find the order form here.
2 Call us
Our Admissions Office is always available for an individual counseling interview.
3 Science Phone
In order to arrange an interview with an academic of Zeppelin University simply contact
our Admissions Office.
4 ZU on Tour: Fairs
Visit us near you: Using the slogan “ZU on Tour”, Zeppelin University visits a number of
educational fairs, congresses and events each year. There you can have personal
conversations with students, professors and staff of ZU, for example in our
Before each fair, you can arrange an appointment with one of our professors in the ZU
MesseLounge by contacting the Applicants’ Guidance. The next dates for “ZU on Tour”
can be found here.
5 ZU on Tour: ZU-Salon
ZU-Salon is a forum of ZU in different major german cities - so it may be on your
Themed "Science and Sounds", professors, students and friends of the university will
discuss different topics of current societal relevance. The next dates and topics are
6 ZU on site: Uni Live!
Visit us on site at Lake Constance and get to know Zeppelin University as it is: live and
in color. Further information on upcoming Uni Live! events can be obtained here.
7 ZU on site: Take part in regular lectures
Just Stop by and experience Zeppelin University live. Take part in lectures, talk to students
and instructors. You are always welcome! Please arrange an appointment with our
We are looking forward to meeting you!
Interested? Then apply now!
ZU has made it possible to question my objectives and thoughts.
At ZU, I have been able to adjust myself anew and to find out my limitations in moments of challenge. ZU has shaped me, given me wings and brought me closer to myself.
After studying at ZU I can say the following, using the words of Hilde Domin, “I put my foot in the air, and it carried.”
Katharina Laabs | Alumna | Communication & Cultural Management