Did you obtain your school-leaving certificate abroad? Do you not have a traditional German university entrance qualification? Or did you graduate from school several years ago? Pre-Studyplus aims to make the start of your studies as easy as possible.
Pre-Studyplus gives you the opportunity to acquire key competencies for your studies. The program offers eLearning modules that you can complete at your own pace before starting your studies or during the introductory phase.
The courses offered by Pre-Studyplus are provided on our learning platform ILIAS. Even if you do not have access to ILIAS because you are not (yet) enrolled, you can still use the learning modules.
In addition to the courses to acquire key competencies, seminars will be offered from time to time.
We have developed two interactive learning modules on self-management and time management with many tips and tricks as well as a challenge after each chapter.
You will have a lot of work to do during your studies. Good self-management skills help you stay on top of things and always be well-prepared. Find out which level of self-organization you need and how to improve your self-organization with just a few tricks.
In the second part of the learning module you will expand your time management techniques. You will learn for example how to find your peak productivity times during the day and how to set priorities. You will also get an overview of how to create a study schedule for exams and a weekly schedule.
Intercultural knowledge for all those who are studying abroad: Whether you are studying at Hochschule Geisenheim as an international student or planning to go abroad, this self-study module in three parts provides basic knowledge about interculturality and helps you to settle into your new home.
In an animated video Paola, an international student, tells you what you need to know before you start studying and what special aspects she has noticed.
June 21st, 2022
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Learning from Trees - The Technique of Mind Mapping
Mind mapping is a creative visualization technique that is an effictive tool to learn complex concepts. Thus, it is perfect for exam preparation. In an online presentation, Philipp Franke, a student at Geisenheim University, introduces the topic and shares his experience of learning with mind maps.
Link for the presentation: bbb-srv.hs-gm.de/b/bro-wns-tee-gia
You can reach Ms. Rita Broschek at +49 170 9901853.
This project is funded by the European Social Fund and by the State of Hesse.