English-speaking workshops

Offers for the winter semester 2020/2021 in English language.


Learning strategies course

What does the workshop include?

This course aims at helping you to find a suitable learning strategy with which you can work and prepare for exams more efficiently.

  • Reflecting on the pros and cons of your previous learning strategies
  • Getting to know different useful study techniques
  • Learning about time management and what is important in preparing for exams

An essential part of this workshop is the interaction and sharing of knowledge among the participants. 

The workshop will be led by Sarah Hostmann.

target groupStudents in English-language study programs
datesTuesday, 24 November 2020
Tuesday, 01 December 2020
Tuesday, 08 December 2020

4 pm - 6 pm o'clock (120 minutes)

consultation hour for debriefingTuesday 15.12.2020
venueonline-course (moodle)
registrationclick here to registrate!

How to improve your writing efficiency

What does the workshop include?

Are you struggling with the requirements of a scientific text? Are you wondering how to start or how to best write an outline? And what is an introduction?

We are here to help. Come and join our webinar. Together we will discuss the basic principles of fine academic writing. You will get to know the conventional rules about the content and organization of a scientific manuscript in Germany. You can talk to other students about their writing experiences and personal tricks via online-tools. 

We look forward to any questions and give you tips on how to handle times of crisis.

The webinar also includes individual online coaching for each participant for 30 minutes. There you can ask your individual questions about your own writing, get feedback on your own text and tips on the further writing process. During the meeting you will register for a slot in a list of suggested dates.

target groupStudents in English-language study programs
course ASaturday 31.10.2020
course BSaturday 05.12.2020
registrationclick here to registrate!