May 18 on Campus: Information Day for Prospective Students (isi)
Prospective students can learn everything they need to know about studying at the University of Bremen on Wednesday, May 18. After two years of pandemic, the Information Day for Prospective Students (isi) will once again take place on campus.
On Wednesday, starting at 8:30 a.m., a wide range of activities will be offered. There will be tours of the campus and institutes, information about studying abroad and foreign languages, and advice on financing studies from the BAföG Loan Office. In addition, five foundations will present their scholarship programs. The Central Student Advisory Service will also explain the application process and the structure of the bachelor’s and master’s degree programs at additional events. Students from various disciplines will provide insights into their everyday lives as students and show their favorite places on campus. Starting at 9:45 a.m., subject representatives will present the university’s undergraduate degree programs.
Mock Lectures, Seminars, and a Picnic at the University Lake
In the afternoon, there are lectures and guided tours where you can get a taste of what it is like to study. The biology department, for example, will introduce students to biodiversity research on the University of Bremen campus, while the Research Centre for East European Studies will present its valuable library collection from the Cold War era during its tour. The Communication and Media Studies program will offer insights into a media practice seminar that focuses on public relations as a career field. In the Law program, a sample lecture will address the constitutionality of a general corona vaccination requirement. Physics will present optical technologies for the 21st century. Weather permitting, Spanish and French students invite you to a picnic by the university’s lake and will be available to answer questions about their studies.
Central Student Advisory Service Information Stand in GW2 Building
The central contact point is the information stand of the Central Student Advisory Service located in the stairwell of GW2 Building. There, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., visitors will receive information on the range of courses offered and guidance on how to get to the events. At numerous other information stands, students and competent contact persons will be available to answer study-related questions. The HERE AHEAD Academy will also be represented at the International Office information stand. HERE AHEAD advises prospective international students with and without a refugee background who would like to study in Bremen.
Betina da Rocha
Central Student Advisory Service
University of Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218-61152