The FAQs for the AWE modules have been updated. In particular, I have added a section on what to include in the project report for AWE 2.
with the help of your fellow student Marina we have compiled a student compact survival page that shows you on one page all the modules, credit points, courses and types of assessment you need to complete for the MA. It can be downloaded from –> here <–
We hope you will find this useful. Thanks, Marina!
We are happy to inform all students, especially those with an interest in theatre, that the Bremen Shakespeare Company, English theatre branch, offers work-study opportunities for you to collect credit pointes for the AWE modules. An information sheet with details can be downloaded –>here<–.
For those of you who are interested in taking German-language courses to receive credits for the Supplementary Studies module, we are happy to let you know that you can take up to two classes (4 SWS) free of charge with the university’s Foreign Language Centre (FZHB). Further information ca be found here: https://www.fremdsprachenzentrum-bremen.de/1509.0.html?&L=1
Please contact email@example.com in order to register for a course and get your entrance level of German assessed. Should problems arise, pls contact Fredericke Jähne (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the Foreign Language Centre (FZHB). In case that courses are full, you will be put on a waiting list or will have to do the class the following semester.
Welcome sessions and introduction to the study programme
All students enrolled for the upcoming winter term are cordially invited to attend several welcome and information sessions (see also https://www.uni-bremen.de/uni-start-portal/owoche/ext/week/events/301 for a summary):
1) Information sessions organised by the StugA (the student representatives)
“We save you from the initial overload with a casual presentation of the course of studies from the 1st to the 4th semester of the Master’s degree. Together we will create an exemplary timetable for the first semester and answer your questions. Master students are welcome!”
–> Monday, October 7th, 2019, 10-12:00, GW2 building, room B 3.200 <–
After this session the StugA invites you for a joint lunch in the student refectory (“Mensa”) (for Bachelor and Master, self paid) where you can get to know each other and the StugA members better. They will also explain to you how to apply for a “Mensacard” and what you can use it for. Bring some change and your student ID! If you want to apply for a “Mensacard”, you will need a deposit of 5€ and some extra money to charge your card. Meet at 11:45 am. in the GW2 building, room B.2880 to go to the Mensa.
On Thursday, October 10th, 2019 (4-6 pm), and Friday, October 11th (9am – 12), the StugA will also offer Q&A sessions where you can ask all sorts of questions about your study program. Come to the StugA room in the GW2 building, B 3.200.
2) Information sessions organised by the program directors and teaching staff
Official welcome session “Introduction to the M.A. programme English-Speaking Cultures: Language, Text, Media”
Meet the faculty staff and fellow students and receive first-hand information on how to get started in the following week!
–> Tuesday, October 8th, 2019, 2-4 pm, GW2 building, room B 2.880 <–
Please explore the campus map for further details: https://www.uni-bremen.de/en/universitaet/campus/site-plan/