||We are pleased that the next cohort of MA students are in the process of organising the third edition of the MA student conference – MasterVision 3.0. After two previous successful conferences (1st conference, 2nd conference) this edition will again be held as on online conference on February 21-23, 2022. More information and the CfP can be found on a dedicated Instagram page.
All students are welcome to submit their abstracts. This is also a great opportunity to collect credit points for the AWE modules!
Dear fellow E-SC-students,
we would like to draw your attention to a conference we are organising to take place on the 1st of December 2021 (on Zoom from 10 am to 4 pm).
Did you ever think about pursuing a career in academia but you are not sure how to pursue that path? Neither are we, which is why we contacted some of our lecturers from the English-Speaking Cultures program and asked them to tell us something about their individual career paths and how they became what they are today. We will meet online on Zoom on the 1st of December and hear the different stories about how to achieve certain titles, what difficulties might come with that and how their individual days at work look like.
If you are interested in hearing more about an academic career path, not only in Bremen or Germany, but also in the US or UK, for instance, feel free to join us. We would appreciate it if you could briefly inform us about your participation using the following mail address: email@example.com
If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us!
Merle Meyer, Niklas Bohlen, Judith Hanke
The faculty is happy to announce that we will be offering some support to help new MA students find their feet in the program at our university:
the Master Students Support Day 2020.
This will take place on Wednesday, December 2nd, from 10 to 16:30 hours. Because of the restrictions posed by the Corona pandemic, the meeting will have to be moved to an online format. The full program can be downloaded below. All students will receive an invitation and the link to the online conference through the e-learning platform.
This is an obligatory event for all 1st year students.
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we understand that due to the current circumstances and restrictions caused by the pandemic some of you may experience difficulties in finding and gaining access to scholarly activities to collect credit points (CPs) for the modules in Academic Work Experience. In a new document we will detail again the regulations and provide information on further opportunities to gain credit points.
Marcus Callies and Kerstin Knopf