Academic Student Advice

The Academic Student Advice assists students with correctly interpreting the regulations and study guides. In addition, it provides students with information on administrative issues relating to Business Administration programs.

General inquiries

Inquiries can be sent to the Academic Student Advice via email to: You can usually expect a response within 3 – 5 working days; if necessary, the Academic Student Advice will respond by telephone. In order to answer your inquiry, we need a clear explanation of the problem at hand, as well as the following information:

  • First name, last name, matriculation number
  • Phone number (where you will be reachable during the day)
  • Course details: level (Bachelor/Master), major/minor (stating the number of ECTS credits for each)

Consultation hours

The Academic Student Advice team is happy to book personal consultations on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please contact us in advance to book a consultation:

  • by phone: 031 684 80 50 or
  • by email:; please explain your situation, suggest possible dates/times and provide us with your phone number.

Prior to contacting the Academic Student Advice, please consult the appropriate sources for the program in question to see if you can resolve your issue yourself:

Person  responsibilities
Chiara Steinmann Director
Luisa Mäder Communication (Business Administration blog, events, image work), Academic Student Advice
Marcel Meier Communication (events, image work), Academic Student Advice
Cornelia Keel Administration, organization of proseminars, requests for military service postponements, organization of information events, webmaster, internships
Dustin Setz Academic Student Advice, application and accreditation of external academic achievements, internships, semester abroad coordination
Manuel Steinmann Academic Student Advice, assessments and requests (MSc BA, MSc B&Ec, MA B&L, PhD), internships
Fabia Baumgartner Social Media, WISO-Faculty, communication, Academic Student Advice
Noëlle Nold Social Media, WISO-Faculty, communication, Academic Student Advice