How is it possible to solve the Seven Bridges of Königsberg problem mathematically, for example? This classic math question has a place on the schedule, as do anthropological perspectives of South Africa in cultural studies. At online events, lecturers will provide an insight into what is taught. The events that will introduce you to the degree courses will also provide information on the degree structure when studying with a teaching orientation, financing options, stays abroad, foreign languages in your degree, as well as revision tips. The new English-language degree in Marine Geosciences will also be presented.
New: Information in English and Studying Without High School Qualifications
One particular event will provide information on how it is possible to study without having completed high school qualifications. Another will advise prospective international students on how to apply in English. “We are using the corona-based digital format to reach out to new target groups,” says student advisor Betina da Rocha.
From “Inside Uni” to Virtual Campus Tours
Students will provide an insight into their day-to-day lives whilst studying as part of the “Inside Uni” series and various fields of study and work will be presented. Additionally, it will be possible to discover the university during a virtual tour of the campus. As the event organizer, the Central Student Advisory Service of the University of Bremen will be available for questions every day of the information week. Individual consultations without prior registration will be offered in breakout rooms.
All events can be found on the schedule at www.uni-bremen.de/isi (in German only).
Betina da Rocha
Central Student Advisory Service
University of Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218-61152
Email: zsbprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de