Welcome at SAILCOMPASS, the online portal for international students at the University of Rostock!

We are a team of employes of the Language Centre of the University of Rostock. Our E-Learning units are directed towards you – international students of different subjects. We want to raise your awareness for (inter)cultural differences of study life and support you with your studies.

SAILCOMPASS offers E-Learning units in  German and English (Gebrauchsanweisung für die Universität Rostock & User Guide to the University of Rostock).

SAILCOMPASS is a project of the Language Centre of the University of Rostock, sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

more about SAIL COMPASS 

Due to legal reasons, our E-Learning units are protected with username and password. You receive these login data with your official university documents or can ask for it via email to: sailcompass[at]uni-rostock.de.

Nevertheless, two units of “Study organisation” are free to access anytime. So you can start right now and get the most important facts for your successful start at the university of Rostock already.

Start right now:

1.1 Before arrival

1.8 Learning Agreement


LogoUniRostock65px  LogoSZ65px LogoBMBFen65px

Experience exchange


You can soon find shared stories by other international students about their stay in Rostock here:

>> “Experience exchange”

Exam period approaching!

Good luck with your exams!
If you are leaving Rostock & Germany, we hope you had a great time!!!

29. June 2016, 15:50
Brochure Language Centre

Open PDF brochure.

26. May 2015, 14:58
Programm language courses summer term 2015

19. March 2015, 12:15
2nd edition of „Studium Optimum im Dialog“ now available online

The second edition of the brochure „Studium Optimum im Dialog“ is now available online. You can find the pdf file on the website of QualitätsDialog. In this edition, 4 projects of different disciplines of the competition of  „Studium Optimum“ are presented. On page 20 you can find an interview about our project  ”SAIL COMPASS” (in German only).

8. December 2014, 12:06