Studiumplus and Tutorials
Like your first and second subject, the terms of Studiumplus are also regulated by study regulations.
Please note, that the study regulations for Studiumplus are in German! If you have questions concerning Studiumplus, please direct them to the contact person of your degree course (see student counselling)
- The current study regulations for Studiumplus can be found here.
- Access the regulations of January 29, 2009 for Studiumplus as part of the bachelor studies at University of Potsdam here.
The tutorials offered at the Department of Jewish Studies and Religious Studies make starting to study easier for new students. All tutorials provide time for individual questions and problems. The courses are conducted by students of higher semesters who have completed a one-semester didactic training course at the tutorial workshop of the University of Potsdam. The Studiumplus study regulations include the following tutorials:
Study Organization for Religion-related Subjects:
In this course, the study regulations and other formal prerequisites for the bachelor studies are explained. It acquaints freshmen with academic life at the University of Potsdam and informs students about important facilities at our department and at the university.
Academic work for religion-related subjects:
This course schools students in academic researching and trains students in writing tests and module exams. With practical exercises, methods and issues of their respective subjects are taught and students learn how to frame the structure, expression and style in their academic papers.
Communication and Presentation for Religion-related Subjects:
This course integrates theoretical approaches and academic communication and presentation with the contextual focal points of their subject. Students win confidence and competence by practicing their presentations, and by the end of the semester, acquire confidence in handling technical facilities.
Get information about the course times here (in German, for help please contact the contact person of your degree course, see student counselling)
Would you also like to become a tutor? Are you in the third semester at least? Do you like teaching and have above-average skills in the area of academic work?
Then apply with a short letter of motivation and one of your academic papers (essay or seminar paper) to the contact person Cornelia Martyn, PhD.