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A warm welcome to all international students!

Digital Welcome Days Summer Semester 2021

The start of a course of study always means the beginning of a new phase in life, which brings with it many new and unfamiliar challenges. To ensure that all international students arrive well at bbw University of Applied Sciences, the International Office organized, as usual, a welcome programme for the international first-year students at bbw University of Applied Sciences at the start of this year's summer semester. In times of Covid-19, the International Office offers our students a digital alternative with some basic information, useful seminars and an event to start their studies with positive impressions.

In addition to the regular enrollment event, which also took place online and thus could be followed live by internationals from anywhere in the world, the International Office welcomed our students with four other digitally interesting programme items.

On the one hand, the international students could look forward to an introduction to the topic "Living and studying in Berlin" - important information about studying and living in Berlin, as well as a digital sightseeing tour of Berlin. In addition there will be an event on Sensitization for relevant cultural singularities in Germany as well as an info event focusing on Academic standards in Germany: How to study successfully in Germany.

In particular, the events on cultural awareness and those focusing on academic standards are not only interesting for students, but also helpful in many ways. Each country has its own idiosyncrasies and customs. Thus, our students are familiarized with the most essential and perhaps most peculiar features in Germany. In addition to gaining an insight into everyday life, our students also receive initial information about academic standards. After all, not only the life in another country is different, the academic world is new as well. What do lectures look like in Germany? What is academic writing? These and many other questions are discussed with the participants and give the students a better understanding on what to expect in their studies and everyday life in Berlin.

The first introductory week has already been a great success and we are pleased, despite the still challenging situation, not to have to do without the Welcome Days and to be able to welcome our students in a special way even on the other side of the world.

We wish all students a good start into their studies!

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