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Online Welcome Days

WelcomDays WS20/21

The International Office welcomes all international students from 1st and 2nd semester at bbw Hochschule - University of Applied Sciences!

To make the (re-)start to the studies easier, the International Office offered information sessions and workshops during the bbw Welcome Days. Students of the first and second semester could join and meet with the International Office team and get to know their fellow students. Since not all students are able to be in Berlin from the start, the Welcome Days took place online.


Introduction: Important Information on Studying and Living in Berlin

Beginning your studies is always exciting and challenging. The more so if your place of study is in a foreign country. On the first of the Welcome Days, bbw first year students got to know many interesting facts about their studies and where to find important information. They also got some insights on living in Berlin.

Intercultural Fitness: Sensibilisation for Cultural Singularities in Germany

As life in Germany might be very different, intercultural coach Cornelia Schultheiss presented the most essential and maybe strange singularities in Germany. Why do they look so firmly? Are Germans really crazy about punctuality? In group discussions, students had the chance to get to know each other better and shared their experiences in Germany or with Germans. Cornelia helped to classify prejudices, stereotypes and tendencies and put their significance in perspective. After all, every person is different.

Academic Standards in Germany: How to Study in Germany - Successfully

Not only life is different but also the academic world in Germany is unknown. How do seminars in Germany look like? What's academic writing? Cornelia Schultheiss knew the answer to these and many other questions. One of the most important advice: Ask questions to get the information you're interested in. And don't be shy to enter discussions with your lecturer.

We wish all students a good start to their studies!

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