Seminar on setting up a business

How do I start a business? Answers to this question can be found in a free seminar for potential business founders. It will be held on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 June, starting at 9 a.m. and lasting the whole day. The venue is the Open Innovations Campus Westspitze at Eisenbahnstraße 1 in Tübingen. Anyone wishing to take part should register as soon as possible—see the link below. The seminar will cover three topics: business idea and business plan, administration and organisation, and financing self-employment. Founders will also find out where they can get what kind of support. Participants will… Read More

“Unpublished diplomas”: Exhibition at the university commemorates students killed in Ukraine

The “Unissued Diploma” exhibition is on display in the Tübingen University Library until 29 May. It tells the life stories of 40 Ukrainian students who lost their lives in the war. The exhibition is located in the foyer of the main building of the University Library (Wilhelmstraße 32) on the first floor and can be visited during the library’s opening hours: weekdays from 8 am to midnight, and at weekends from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is free. The “Unissued Diplomas” project was founded in 2023 and has already organised 110 exhibitions in 24 countries. The organisers of the… Read More

Sport and fun during the Whitsun holidays

Some children and young people get bored during the holidays. Tübingen has a sports programme for them around Whitsun. It starts on Saturday, 18 May and runs until Wednesday, 29 May. The programme is especially for nine to 16-year-olds. Under the motto “Move together”, the city’s youth work programme and clubs have put together events such as aikido, adventure golf, archery, bouldering, frisbee or canoeing. The complete programme can be found at You can also register there and see whether courses cost anything or not. If you have a Kreis-Bonus-Card junior / Kreis-Bonus-Card extra, you do not pay any… Read More

Decision support before the elections

Which party best suits your political convictions? Many people are asking themselves this question ahead of the European elections on 9 June. In Baden-Württemberg, 34 parties and voter associations are on the ballot paper. A Wahl-O-Mat from the Federal Agency for Civic Education can provide guidance and help with decision-making. In this Wahl-O-Mat, the parties registered for the election have answered 38 theses. An example of a thesis: “Asylum seekers should have to submit their application before crossing the EU’s external borders and wait there for the result.” How does the Wahl-O-Mat work? Those seeking guidance can agree with each… Read More

Open day at the Tübingen fire station

On Sunday, May 12, the Tübingen fire department invites you to an open day at the Tübingen fire station (Kelternstraße 21) from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be an opportunity to take a look behind the scenes. Admission is free. From 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., there will be guided tours of the fire station building every 30 minutes throughout the day. The meeting point is the main entrance. At 11 a.m., 12:45 p.m. and 2:30 p.m., the professionals will show how to use a fire extinguisher correctly. Catering will be provided throughout the day. At the fire… Read More

“Tigers Career Day” careers fair

The Tigers Career Day job fair offers students and university graduates of all subjects the opportunity to find out about professions, companies and starting a career on Thursday, May 16. Between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., visitors to Tübingen’s Paul Horn Arena (Europastraße 50) can talk to companies and initiatives and also find out about studying, internships or working student positions. Admission is free. Visitors can also look forward to talks by experts, advice and guidance on starting a career. The program also includes a free photo shoot, competitions with prizes, snacks and much more. During the day, buses run… Read More

Family Day in Tübingen

On Sunday, May 5, there will be a varied program for children and adults at the sixth Family Day in Tübingen. Numerous clubs, institutions and initiatives will be offering hands-on activities, games, entertainment and exercise in a big city game. 14 stations are spread throughout the city—from Waldhäuser Ost to Südstadt. Culinary delights are also on offer. All offers are free of charge. The stations are open from 11 am to 4 pm. The closing event will take place at 4:30 pm on Lorettoplatz. There will be a raffle followed by a show with comedy magician Thomas Gysin. Anyone who… Read More

Voting for the first time: Information at the brunch

Refugees who already have German citizenship will find voting notifications for the local and European elections in their letterboxes these days. Many are voting in Germany for the first time this year. There will be a “first-time voter brunch” especially for them on Saturday, 27 April, from 11 am to 2 pm in the Brückenhaus (Werkstraße 8). The event is organised by the Tübingen Asylum Centre and Kit-Jugendhilfe. The focus will be on information about the elections and voting itself. You can also talk to candidates for local council and district council elections. Food and drinks are free, according to… Read More

Stores closed over Easter

Easter is just around the corner and with it a long weekend. Good Friday, March 29, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday, March 31 and April 1, are public holidays in Germany. All stores are closed on these public holidays and the authorities are closed. So if you still have to do your shopping for the egg hunt or Easter dinner, you should hurry. However, you can still do your shopping on Saturday. From Tuesday, all stores and public authorities will be open again as normal. tun24032703 Osterbrot und Ostereier. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL / Kerstin Markl. 001946    

Women’s action day at the employment agency

Information on ways into training and work specifically for women will be available on Monday, March 11 at the joint Women’s Action Day of the Reutlingen Employment Agency and the Jobcenter in the district of Reutlingen. Presentations will be offered, but individual consultations are also possible. Participation is free of charge and possible without registration. The event will take place in rooms 3.25 and 3.40 at the Employment Agency and Jobcenter at Albstraße 83 in Reutlingen. The event starts at 10 a.m. with the topic “Part-time training for mothers and German learners”, followed by the topic “Am I good enough?… Read More

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