Legal notice


University of Kassel
Mönchebergstrasse 19
34109 Kassel


+49 561 804-0


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The University of Kassel is a body governed by public law. It is represented by its President, Prof. Dr Reiner Finkeldey.  

International value-added tax identification number:

In line with Section 27a of the Value-Added Tax Act: DE 113057055

Areas of responsibility:

The individual institutions, faculties, institutes and specialist fields at the University of Kassel are responsible for drawing up and maintaining their websites themselves. The heads of the institutions are responsible for the content in each case.

Copyright notice:

Please note that all the texts, images and graphics and their arrangement have been prepared by the University of Kassel itself – if not otherwise apparent – and are subject to the protection provided by copyright. They may not therefore be copied, changed or used on other websites, for example. We only approve of any use of the generally accessible texts by third parties – including extracts from them – if the University of Kassel is mentioned as the author. Any use of the other content – for example, the images and graphics – is forbidden. If you are interested in any usage rights, please contact the address mentioned above.

Data privacy information:

See Data privacy statement


The content, origin and veracity of the communications made available on this website have been checked with the due care commensurate with the circumstances. No guarantee is assumed that the information that is provided is complete, correct or up-to-date or that it will be available at any time. No liability is assumed for any damage that is caused by using or not using the information that is provided on this website or by viewing or downloading data or by installing or using any software that has been downloaded – provided that this is permitted by law.

Liability for links   and references

This website contains links to third-party sites; the University of Kassel has no influence on the content of these sites. These links simply enable users to gain access to them for the purpose of using outside content in line with Section 8 of the German Telemedia Act.

Those persons, who are responsible for the subject matter, checked the external content when first establishing the link to the outside website to see whether any possible liability under civil or criminal law would be caused as a result. As soon as it has been established that a particular service, to which a link has been provided, causes some liability under civil or criminal law, the link to this service will be immediately cancelled, provided that this is technically feasible and reasonable.

Information about resolving disputes online

The EU Commission makes available a website for resolving disputes online, according to Article 14 Para. 1 of the Order Governing the Online Resolution of Disputes in Consumer Matters (EU Regulation no. 542/2013) (the so-called “ODR platform”). The ODR platform serves as the point of contact for resolving disputes outside the courts, if they involve contract obligations that arise from online purchase agreements. Customers can reach the ODR platform via the following link: