“Academic Writing for International Students”: another German course available during semester break

Would you like to know how to write a term paper in German but haven’t had access to adequate courses so far? Well, we’ve got good news: with “Academic Writing for International Students” (C1), offered at the IDF this March, we have once again been able to finance German courses for international students via QSM.

In doing so, we did not only manage to set a good example, but also successfully appealed to the university to offer more German courses and to continuously make them available free of charge. The IDF’s tried-and-tested German course programme is therefore entering its second round this semester break – and will (in all likelihood) be continued permanently by the Rectorate in the foreseeable future.

We are delighted but, at the same time, think that several of our other ideas are equally worthy of the university’s support. Having said this, however, we need your help!

So, should you have time and feel like it, our very own QSM Department, which will be fully staffed again come May, is currently looking forward to receiving more of your ideas and requests! Be it regarding language courses or other projects that can be financed with QSM funds (the upcoming QSM application deadline is May 15, btw). Also, anyone else who is interested in improving teaching in general can get in touch with our LeLe Working Group which is always looking for help!

Registration for the above-mentioned course is now open to all international Bachelor’s and Master’s students via LSF (if there are enough spots left, doctoral students are welcome to move up): sturahd.de/schreiben

We’re looking forward to your participation!