Those seeking continuing education should consider the University of Bremen: With the flexible LIFE continuing education program, employed people and job seekers can use modules from bachelor’s and master’s degree programs for their professional development. They learn from renowned university lecturers – together with students – and are thus very close to new developments and current research.
Continuing Education in Central Scientific Fields
LIFE is available in the fields of computer science, digital media and digitization, energy systems and process engineering, aviation technology, and health and care. “These topics are high-profile areas at the University of Bremen,” stresses project manager Dr. Petra Boxler of the Academy of Continuing Education. “We are pleased that employed people and companies can now also benefit from these strengths through individual continuing education.” With single modules from the program, those interested can continue their education on a specific topic. Several modules can be combined to form certificates. Anyone who successfully completes a module receives a certificate with internationally recognized credit points that can be credited towards subsequent continuing education programs or even a degree course.
Information Events and Webinar
The LIFE information and application phase for the 2019 summer semester is now in full swing. At information events held on January 29 (UNICOM Building, Haus Turin, Mary-Somerville-Str. 3, 28359 Bremen) and on February 26, 2019, (Academy of Continuing Education, Central Campus Building, Room B1300, Bibliothekstrasse 2 A, 28359 Bremen) from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., those interested will receive a comprehensive insight into the structure and content of the program. An info webinar on February 6, 2019, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. will be held in the virtual seminar room and will provide relevant information. If you would like to receive detailed and individual advice, please make an appointment with LIFE Advice and Counseling.
LIFE is part of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research project, which, together with the University of Bremen, supports the opening of higher education institutions to new target groups. More information is available from the Academy of Continuing Education at the University of Bremen by phone (+49 421 218-61619) or e-mail (lifeprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de).
Academy of Continuing Education
University of Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218-61602
E-mail: kheinsprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de