You can find the current student projects in PULS.
What are student projects?
Student projects are recognized academic forms of teaching and learning that exist alongside lectures, seminars, and tutorials at the University of Potsdam. They feature the following:
Objectives and tasks
Independent learning in projects facilitates:
Freedom in designing your studies within the module framework,
Realizing your own ideas,
Acquire key competences related to your profession,
Practical application, expansion, and communication of expertise,
Enrichment of cultural and social life at the University of Potsdam.
University lecturers provide scholarly supervision for student projects. Achievements completed in projects are credited in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) as courses completed in the “Student Projects” elective module (Studiumplus). Financial support is available through Studiumplus for completing projects.
Vote for the project during the application phase, thereby confirming that the planned project meets teaching quality requirements;
Assist students in the planning and execution of projects;
Are responsible for admission in PULS;
Evaluate the project results;
Book the credit points in PULS.
Progress reports, presentations, performances and the like qualify as project results and certificates of performance.
Contact and advising
The Studiumplus Office advises students regarding questions about
Submitting an application
Recognition of achievements
The office hours for Studiumplus student projects are held by appointment, in Room 184.108.40.206. Contact: Dr. Ljuba Kirjuchina