A mentor (professor or an academic employee from the main subject) is responsible for providing specialist advice during the Bachelor's programme. This mentor is either chosen or assigned at the beginning of the programme. More details will be provided during the Student Orientation Days.
Students discuss their personal study and examination plan with the mentor every semester. The mentor is also available to answer many other questions concerning the planning of studies in the major subject (setting priorities, planning internships, study abroad, etc.) and the Studium Fundamentale. Participation in mentoring is compulsory.
In addition, subject advice and counselling is offered by the subject advisors for the minor subject.
They will advise you on matters relating to the minor subject:
- Contents and focal points
- study and examination regulations
- Study and examination schedules
- Performance requirements and certificates
- Crediting of previous academic achievements (e.g. in the case of a change of degree programme and/or university).
Mentoring is also offered in the master 's programmes .