Seminars and Courses
The General Studies seminars and courses explore topics in economics, social sciences and law, history, culture and language, and philosophy and ethics. They are designed to encourage personal development and broaden an awareness of the connections between different disciplines, the world of work and social developments.
The seminars and courses in English are listed here:
|115007.01||Berlin as a Place of German History, Politics and Culture (for foreign students) (Gaiser, U. / Jähner, U.) biweekly Wed 11.04.-11.07.2012 12:00-16:00|
|115020.01||International Law and Human Conflicts in Regions of Africa (Ayres,C.) Wed 04.04.-11.07.2012 16:00-18:00|
The seminars and courses in German are available here.
Course description and registration
- Via Campus4U
For students in Department 1 in the online enrolment period
- By email to: email@example.com
For students in Departments 2, 3, 4 and 5
Certificate of Attendance
Students taking General Studies courses can conclude the course with a certificate of attendance (ungraded) or a graded certificate. A seminar certificate will be issued either as a graded certificate or a certificate of attendance.