Please note: general information on the effects of the Corona Virus can be found on the university website.
Digital Semester: We have now started the new semester digitally and we hope that you're doing well in these challenging times. The department has managed to offer most of its course program online, although some courses - including some of those that would have been taught by guest professors - have unfortunately been cancelled. Not surprisingly, online courses turn out to be quite different from regular ones. In the coming weeks, we'll all be part of a learning process. Its success will depend on our willingness to adapt and to be flexible and creative. Let's try to do this in a spirit of cooperation.
In-person office hours will not be possible until further notice (alternatives include Email, Skype, and telephone).
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Beginners in the Bachelor of Education may consult the special website for first-year students in the B.Ed. English. Furthermore, there is our "Virtual Student Guide" which offers a comprehensive overview of the study program with all official documents and Frequently Asked Questions for each module.