KU's vacation program for children

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In 2021, the Family-Friendly KU will offer vacation programs during the Pentecost vacations, the fall vacations, and on the Day of Penance and Prayer - if the Corona situation makes it possible. Children of KU students and employees who are between six and twelve years old can participate.

As in the last autumn vacations, we are planning an entertaining program for the children, which - if it is possible due to Corona - can also be booked individually for each day. The vacation program will mainly take place in Eichstätt, but there will be one excursion to Ingolstadt per vacation week. The care will be provided by experienced caregivers from Mobile Familie e.V.

If necessary, care can also be organized for kindergarten children (by babysitters or in small groups).

Registration is now possible for the autumn vacations and the Day of Penance and Prayer. Please klick here.

If you have any questions, you can of course contact the Family-Friendly KU at any time: familie(at)ku.de

The basis for this planning is a survey that the ZFG conducted together with the KU's Women's and Equal Opportunity Officer at the end of January/beginning of February among KU staff and students. The results of this survey are available on the intranet (in German language only).

Childcare during vacations

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In Eichstätt, various other institutions offer holiday care for children. Further information can be found here:

In Ingolstadt, too, various organizations offer holiday programmes for children. You will find an overview in this brochure.

Childcare

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In order to master the balancing act between family and career or studies, many parents are dependent on external childcare services. The KU cooperates with several institutions to assist its members in finding a childcare place. Here you can find a list of these cooperation facilities as well as other childcare facilities at the locations Eichstätt and Ingolstadt. If you have any questions regarding childcare, please contact the ZFG (Veronika Hecht or Eva Vierring).

 

Childcare in Eichstätt

Registration for many childcare facilities in Eichstätt is organized centrally through the City of Eichstätt's Citizen Service Center: Kitaplatz-Bedarfsanmeldung

 

Uni-Kinderhaus

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Especially for toddlers of KU students there is the nursery "Uni-Kinderhaus e.V.". The Uni-Kinderhaus is a self-administered parents' initiative that emerged from a student self-help group. The Uni-Kinderhaus is intended to enable students to take up or continue their studies despite having children. The Uni-Kinderhaus is also open to children of KU employees.

Further information on the Uni-Kinderhaus, the educational concept, childcare fees and current opening hours can be found at www.uni-kinderhaus.de.

Childcare for small children in Eichstätt

In Eichstätt there is a wide range of childcare facilities for small children. You can find an overview of these childcare facilities here.

 

Kindergartens in Eichstätt

In Eichstätt there is a large number of municipal, but also church and private kindergartens. An overview of the offer can be found on the Internet site of Eichstätt.

 

Childcare for school children

In Eichstätt there are a number of facilities that look after primary school children in the afternoon. On the website of Eichstätt you will find an overview of these childcare facilities.

 

The two Eichstätter primary schools offer an open all-day school. You can find out more about what St. Walburg Elementary School has to offer here. Information about the open all-day school of the elementary school "Am Graben" can be found under this link.

 

Childcare in Ingolstadt

Registration for many childcare facilities in the city of Ingolstadt is organized centrally via the Kita-Finder of the city of Ingolstadt: Kita-Finder

 

Pädagogisches Zentrum Ingolstadt

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The Pädagogisches Zentrum Ingolstadt offers a contingent of three childcare places in the nursery, kindergarten and after-school care facilities for the children of KU students and employees living in Ingolstadt. If you have any questions regarding the availability of the places and for further information, please contact Veronika Hecht (veronika.hecht(at)ku.de).

 

Childcare in Ingolstadt

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In the city of Ingolstadt there is a wide range of childcare facilities for toddlers, pre-school children and school children. You can find an overview of the various facilities, registration modalities and also financial assistance here.

 

Mobile Familie e.V.

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The KU is a member of the association "Mobile Familie e.V.". This association offers students and employees a free information and placement service concerning all aspects of day care.

"Mobile Familie e.V." informs and supports persons who are looking for a care solution for their child or support for their relatives and helps them to find a suitable care person. "Mobile Familie e.V." arranges the following care services: Day mothers, nannies, emergency mothers, babysitters, au-pairs, holiday care, Kibenos for the care of a sick child and family carers.

For further information please click here.

If you are interested in the offers, please contact the ZFG (familie(at)ku.de) or contact the "Mobile Familie e. V." directly (Anita Felber-Seel).

Subsidy for additional childcare costs for business trips (for female scientists)

Funds from the Female Professors Program can be used to subsidize costs associated with childcare services during business trips or participation in conferences (outside of Eichstätt or Ingolstadt) up to an amount of EUR 600.00 per year. Young female scientists and professors of the KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt are eligible to apply.

Further information on how to apply can be found in this leaflet (in German language only).

To apply for the grant, please use this application form (in German language only) and send it to Dr. Veronika Hecht (veronika.hecht(at)ku.de).

 

KU Internal Tutoring Exchange

The KU Internal Tutoring Exchange is designed to bring together KU students who offer tutoring and KU affiliates who are looking for tutoring or homework assistance for their child/children.

The platform is set up as a course on ILIAS and can be accessed via this link (please log in to ILIAS first and then click on the link):

https://elearn.ku.de/ilias.php?ref_id=709880&cmdClass=ilrepositorygui&cmdNode=x3&baseClass=ilrepositorygui

In the section "I offer ..." KU-students can indicate in which subjects and for which grades and types of schools they would like to offer tutoring or homework support and leave a contact option. Parents can then either contact the students directly and/or create their own entry in the "I am looking for ..." section.

The project is just starting, so there are no or very few entries yet. We would be very happy if the exchange fills up soon and thus many pupils can receive support!

If you have any questions, please contact the ZFG (Dr. Veronika Hecht or Eva Vierring, familie(at)ku.de).

There is also a tutoring exchange at KU that aims at bringing together students and schools. You can reach it here: https://padlet.com/ZLB/studentsforstudents

 

Childcare at events

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A budget for the creation of childcare services is available for important public university events and conferences that take place at the KU. If you would like to offer childcare during an event, Veronika Hecht (veronika.hecht(at)ku.de, 08421/93-21614) will gladly help you with the organization.