Gutenberg International School (GIS) – Courses for Exchange Students

Exchange students can find a wide range of courses to attend at JGU. There are several ways of finding the courses that suit you best.

The registration for courses takes place during the InfoDays, after the arrival in Mainz. Exchange students register with a form, not via the online plattform  JOGU-StINE (except students in the field of Management& Economics and Law).

Info: "How do I register for courses ?"

1. GIS Special Courses for Incoming Students

Our newly established Gutenberg International School (GIS) offers Special courses for exchange students in German and English. Incoming students from all fields of study can learn and reflect on German history, literature, and society while gaining intercultural knowledge as well. Please find the actual courses offered below.

2. Courses Offered in Foreign Languages

Many departments at JGU offer courses in foreign languages. In the download menu on the right-hand side, you can find a list of several hundred courses offered in foreign languages in different subjects of study.

3. Courses of the General Course Catalog

Of course you can also choose courses of the General Course Catalogue. All courses offered at JGU are published in "JOGUStINe", JGU’s General Course Catalog (see JOGUStINe Guide).

Info: For an overview of GIS special courses & courses offered in foreign languages in earlier semesters, please look at our archive.

 

GIS Special Courses for Incoming Students Winter Semester 2018/19

Please note:
If not otherwise stated in the course description, you need to use the form “course registration for exchange students” in order to register for the course - just like for regular classes.

Course description

The lecture focuses on foreign students and is held in English language. It aims to provide a comprehensive overview of German private law. The main objective is to build up a fundamental knowledge to enable foreign students to follow up in regular private law lectures. Each lecture contains of a theoretical part and a case study to build up the required skills and train how to apply them. The following topics will be covered:

  1. Civil Code:
    1. General provisions
      1. Introduction: 26.10
      2. Declaration of will / Voidable declarations: 02.11
      3. Capacity to perform legal acts / Agency: 09.11
    2. Law of obligations
      1. Fundamentals / How obligations come to existence and end: 16.11
      2. Damages / Revocation: 23.11
      3. Law of special obligations: 30.11
    3. Property law
      1. Basic principles of property law / Possession / Property: 07.12
      2. Movable property: Transfer of ownership / Good faith acquisitions 14.12
      3. Immovable property:  Transfer of ownership / Good faith acquisitions: 21.12
    4. Unjust enrichment:
      1. Claim for restitution / Scope of a claim: 11.01
    5. Tort law:
      1. Liability in Damages / Claimable damages: 18.01
  2. Commercial law
    1. Relation to the Civil Code / Merchant / Commercial register / Agency: 25.01
  3. Company law
    1. The different structures of companies / Liability / Management / Agency: 01.02
  4. Family law
    1.  Marriage / Effects of a marriage/ System of marital property: 08.02

Time: Fridays, 10.00am - 12.00pm
Location: Altes ReWi, room HS III

Credits: 4 ECTS, more credits possible for additional work (after individual arrangement)

How to register

Please contact Ass. jur. Klaus Mayer (mayerk@uni-mainz.de) in order to register for the course. Office hours are Mon-Fri 10.00am - 12.00pm in room 02-133 of Haus Recht und Wirtschaft I (RW I)

Course description

Students of the social sciences from all over the world taking part in this seminar will get the opportunity to view Germany from various perspectives within the social sciences. The seminar will provide insights into a wide range of topics related to German society, politics, media and culture.
The lecturers, who are social scientists themselves, will teach and discuss different perspectives on the multiple course topics. Within the seminar‘s interdisciplinary approach students are encouraged to contribute by actively sharing their views on the topics at hand as the seminar’s concept is a highly interactive one. To successfully take part in the seminar (5 ECTS) students will have to fulfill the following requirements: Oral presentation + written exam + term paper (incl. a draft) + class participation

The seminar will be accompanied by a tutorial (3 ECTS) introducing students from abroad to the techniques of academic work within the German university context (see next course below in the course overview). The seminar and tutorial are open to all incoming students. We recommend taking part in both the seminar and the tutorial.

Time: Wednesdays, 4.15pm - 5.45pm
Location: Georg Forster Building, room 01.601

Credits: 5 ECTS

How to register
Just write an email to international.fb02@uni-mainz.de providing the following information:

  • your first and your last name
  • your Matrikelnummer (if you already have one)
  • your field of study/your subject at your home university
  • if you want to take part in the seminar and the tutorial or just one of them

Link: Course catalogue

Course description

The tutorial introduces students from abroad to the techniques of academic work within the German university context. By attending this tutorial students will be able to meet the formal requirements concerning literature research, oral presentations and term papers which are assumed to be known in many courses they will attend while studying at the JGU Mainz.

The tutorial's content is coordinated with the requirements of the seminar "The Social Scientist’s View of Germany" (see above). Both courses are open to all incoming students. Thus, we recommend taking part in both the seminar and the tutorial.

To successfully take part in the tutorial (3 ECTS) students have to fulfill the following requirements: Short oral presentation + term paper (focus on formal criteria) + class participation.

Time: Wednesdays, 6.15pm - 7.45pm
Location: Georg Forster Building, room 02.601

Credits: 3 ECTS

How to register:
Just write an email to international.fb02@uni-mainz.de providing the following information:

  • your first and your last name
  • your Matrikelnummer (if you already have one)
  • your field of study/your subject at your home university
  • if you want to take part in the seminar and the tutorial or just one of them

Link: Course catalogue

Course description

“Please continue to offer this course! It will be a great supplement to the regular course of studies for any student in Mainz by nurturing intercultural proficiency, understanding and tolerance. Our generation benefits and struggles with the burden and blessing of globalisation, therefore I think that this course is a chance for anyone to get a glimpse of the required skills connected to living in a thriving global community.”
(Participant's feedback from Winter 2017/2018)

We are keen to welcome students from Mainz and all over the world to participate in this comprehensive intercultural training. In this course you will team up in small groups to reflect on your own cultural background, how it is perceived by others, and how you in turn perceive habits shaped by different cultures. The course is open to all exchange-students at JGU.

In this course you are sensitized to pitfalls lurking when encountering different cultures, are enabled to actively shape your own presence in international contexts and to engage successfully in intercultural situations

The course will take place weekly. In three block sessions taught by Ellen Rana, a professional intercultural trainer and academic from Koblenz University of Applied Sciences, you get an insight into the basic concepts and theories of intercultural communication. You will apply this knowledge to your own intercultural experiences throughout the semester by realising a video project in intercultural teams. Thus, other sessions will consist of workshops about video production and tutorial sessions with hands-on assignments for the video teams.

The course work consists of keeping a learning journal to reflect on your own intercultural experiences in Mainz, of teaming up with other German and international participants to create a short video based on these experiences and reflections, and of finally writing your own critical reflection on the finished video of your group. You will receive 3 ECTS for successfully completing the course as well as a certificate of attendance.

Time: Fridays, 10.00am – 2.00pm
Location: Georg Forster Building, room 02-751

Credits: 3 ECTS

How to register

Exchange students: Just write an email to international.fb02@uni-mainz.de providing the following information:

  • your first and your last name
  • your Matrikelnummer (if you already have one)
  • your field of study/your subject at your home university

Link: Course catalogue

Course description

This course is a lecture series by the Faculty of History and Cultural Studies and organized by Art History, Ancient and Classical Studies as well as Musicology. For the first time, students will have the possibility to gain insight into the broad range of research projects which will be presented in individual lectures. These will thematically shift between topics from History, Musicology, Art History, Classical Archaeology, Egyptology, Classical Studies, Byzantine Art History, Ethnology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies.

The lecture series thereby provides students with an interdisciplinary approach to studying the humanities by being introduced to the diversity of research questions, methods, sources and theses.

This course is aimed at students from Mainz and international students from abroad and is held in English.

Time: Tuesdays, 6.15pm – 7.45pm
Location: Philosophicum, room P 13

Credits: 3 ECTS for the Lecture + 3 ECTS for 8 written reports and 1 essay

How to register

Please use the form “course registration for exchange students” and send an e-mail including your name and field of studies to kami@uni-mainz.de.

Link: Course catalogue

Course description

The study of economic relations is crucial for understanding past societies. Economic archaeology investigates the relationship between ancient populations and their natural resources by exploring the organization of subsistence activities (food procurement, food production) as well as the production, distribution and consumption of all goods available to a past society at a given point of time. Economic archaeology aims to explain the driving forces behind economic strategies and explores the relationship between the economy and the sociopolitical organization of past societies.

The course provides a basic introduction to key concepts and central research questions of economic archaeology by (mostly) focusing on examples from the Ancient Near East (Western Asia). This area is of particular interest for the study of pre-modern economies since it is here, where radical changes such as the transition to sedentary life or the rise of the first cities and states occurred at very early point in human history. While we will primarily draw on Near Eastern examples, the questions discussed in our course are relevant for students from all disciplines dealing with pre-modern societies. We also invite everyone interested in approaches of studying pre-capitalist economies to enroll for our introductory course: neither previous experience with archaeological research nor knowledge of economic theory is required.

Note, that the course is designed as a reading class. Therefore, we expect every participant to read at least one article in preparation to each lesson. The participants of the course will also be asked to actively engage in our joint discussions. The research papers discussed in the seminar will cover a broad range of topics, from the application of economic models and theories in (Near Eastern) archaeology to classic as well as recent articles from the fields of economics, economic anthropology, and economic geography that had and have an impact on archaeological research.

In order to diversify the curriculum of our institute, the joint discussions will be held in English (if at least one non-German speaker will attend).

Recommended reading

  1. Feinman (2008): Economic Archaeology, in: D. M. Pearsall (Hg.), Encyclopedia of Archaeology Vol. 2, 1114-1120?

(https://www.academia.edu/343880/Economic_Archaeology_Gary_M._Feinman_2008_)

M. E. Smith (2004): The Archaeology of Ancient State Economies, Annu. Rev. Anthropol. 33, 73–102
(http://www.public.asu.edu/~mesmith9/1-CompleteSet/MES-04-ARA-Econ.pdf)

 

Time: Wednesdays, 10.15am – 11.45am
Location: Hegelstraße 59, room 00-308 (Institute of Ancient Studies)

Credits: 3 ECTS for the seminar + 2 ECTS if short term paper is submitted

 

How to register

Please use the form “course registration for exchange students” (after you have matriculated)

Contact person:

Dr. Silke Roth

Office hours: Thu 9.00am – 11.00am (Philosophicum, room 03-558)

Tel: +49 6131 39-22587, email: roth@uni-mainz.de

Link: Course catalogue

Course Description

In this compact course, we will briefly introduce various methods of studying language empirically, and move on to discuss those methods that are particularly well-suited for studying the brain bases of language. We will then focus on the EEG technique and learn in detail, the necessary steps to design a linguistic EEG experiment. To enable gaining a practical understanding, we will implement a simple experiment in the EEG Lab, and discuss the basics of data collection as well as analysis. As part of implementing the experiment, we will learn to write simple scripts in the Presentation programming language as well to adapt existing code for our purposes.

Time: tba
Location: tba

Credits: 3 ECTS + 3 ECTS for additional work

How to register

Please use the form “course registration for exchange students” (after you have matriculated).

Contact person:

Beatrix Spahn

Office hours: Mon, Tue, Thu 9.00am – 12.00pm (Philosophicum, room 02-579)

Tel: +49 6131 39- 22541, email: spahn@uni-mainz.de

Link: Course catalogue

Course Description

This course is an introduction to German history and in visual culture as well. Therefore we will reflect German history since the beginning of the 20th century, the time of World War I until the rise of recent nationalistic populism. We will focus on pictures as a historical source. What are pictures expressing, what are they hiding? What is real and what is fake? How can we tell German history by means of visual culture in an international context? We are discussing the production, distribution and effects of pictures in different times. Different perspectives of international students from all subjects are welcome!

Time: Thursdays, 10.00am - 12.00pm
Location: Philosophicum, room P 13

Credits: 3-7

How to register

Contact and registration: nordblom@uni-mainz.de

Link: tba

Course Description

The seminar "Visual History of Germany since the 20th Century" will be accompanied by this tutorial introducing students from abroad to the techniques of academic work within the German university context. By attending this tutorial students will be able to meet the formal requirements concerning literature research, oral presentations and term papers which are also very useful for other courses they will attend while studying at JGU Mainz. We recommend taking part in both the seminar and the tutorial.

Time: Wednesdays, 6.00pm – 8.00pm (most likely every two weeks)
Location: Philosophicum, room P 101

Credits: 3 ECTS

How to register

Contact and registration: nordblom@uni-mainz.de

Link: Course catalogue

Course description

The seminar “Negotiating Regional Identity through Film: Film History in Rhineland-Palatinate” focuses on film and film production in the region Rhineland-Palatine (RLP). The course takes a closer look at the traces of film works since 1903 (under the British production company Heptworth) and the production of early documentaries and genre films. Of special interest is the production of the Western movie “BULL ARIZONA” (1919, Piel Jutzi) which was shot in the Maudacher Bruch. Jutzis combination of an US-American storytelling tradition (Western) and a German scenery marks a new approach and is an interesting starting point for discussions on the usage of different national story telling strategies in the international context.

By reflecting on regional film and well-known sceneries (such as the Porta Nigra, Beilstein on the Moselle or the St. Nicholas Hospital in Bernkastel-Kues) students will gain a deeper knowledge on geographical and historical backgrounds in relation to cultural products. Yet, also critical voices to the Heimatfilm and its connection with the German history should find their place.

Contemporary works will also be taken into account: e.g. the film epos HEIMAT (1981-2012) by Edgar Reitz, which illustrates the life after the end of the Second World War until the German Unification in a village of this region. Reitz reflects in his works not only on the term and meaning of “Heimat” but also discloses its inconsistencies. It creates a new perspective on the “Heimatfilm” genre by questioning its romanticizing attitude. This leads also to the connection between regional productions influence narration and discourse of historical events.

Further topics will be the “Mainzer Tatort” (a crime drama), the media location “Rhineland-Palatine (optional visits of the broadcast station “ZDF” or Film-und Medienforum), international productions in the region, research opportunities for film and media in RLP, film funding and film tourism.

The combination of German film history and regional aspects promotes a deeper cultural understanding which makes this course especially suitable for international students who want to get a closer insight into the “Medienstandort” Rhineland-Palatine.

The class is open for students of any fields of studies.

Organized by: Film Studies (Filmwissenschaften)

Credits: 5 ECTS for the Seminar + 1 ECTS for the Screenings

Time: Fridays, 10.00am - 2.00pm 
Location: SB II, room 02-146

 

How to register

Please use the form “course registration for exchange students” (after you have matriculated).

Contact person:

Mr. Kiefer

Office hours: Thu 10.00am – 12.00pm (Medienhaus - Wallstraße 11, room 00-242)

Tel: +49 6131 39- 31726, email: kieferbe@uni-mainz.de

Link: tba

Course description

The modern Rhine-Main area looks onto a rich history characterized by a multitude of diverse cultures. Its location in the heart of Europe allows us to regard it as a true cultural hub.
This interdisciplinary and primarily archaeological course aims at introducing students of all disciplines to a selection of sites and finds throughout the above mentioned timeline -focussing only on significant historic events- and to the currently main applied methods.
It is open to all exchange students and all students of the JGU and consists of a seminar (2 hrs) and an obligatory tutorial (2 hrs). A field trip to some prominent sites in Mainz will be offered towards the end of the course.
The students will undertake 2 exams (they have the choice between a German and an English version) which they will have to pass with at least 50% each to receive their credit points (8 ECTS in total). Apart from that they are invited to contribute a short presentation (10-15 mins.) and/or to hand in a seminar paper (in German or English) should they require it. After receiving their results hereof, they of course would be free to decide whether it should be included in their course grading or not.

Should you have any questions in advance, please don´t hesitate to contact us.

Credits: 5 ECTS for the Seminar + 3 ECTS for the Tutorial

Time: Mondays, 12.15 pm – 13.45 pm - Location: tba
Time: Fridays, 10.15 am – 11.45 pm - Location: Philosophicum, room P15

How to register

Please send an email to gupte@uni-mainz.de, jreissma@uni-mainz.de providing the following information:
• your first and your last name
• your „Matrikelnummer“ (if you already have one)
• your field of study/subject, semester and your home university’s name

Link: Course catalogue

Kursbeschreibung

Der Westwall („Siegfried Line“) wurde im Westen des Deutschen Reiches seit 1938 als monumentale Verteidigungsanlage in der Vorbereitung auf den Zweiten Weltkrieg errichtet. Die forschungspraktische Übung möchte zum einen multiperspektivisch in die Entstehungs- und Wirkungsgeschichte dieses Bauwerks speziell auf dem Gebiet des heutigen Rheinland-Pfalz einführen. In einer praktischen Fallstudie werden wir uns dann intensiv mit der bislang weithin unbekannten Geschichte eines dem Westwall zugehörigen Arbeitslagers in Rheinzabern beschäftigen. Dieses Lager diente dazu, Westwallarbeiter nach bestimmten Regelverstößen zu disziplinieren. Lediglich ein schmaler Betonring im Wald weist heute auf die Existenz dieses Lagers hin. Die Konsultation von Originalakten soll hierüber näheren Aufschluss erbringen. Abschließend werden wir unsere Ergebnisse für die interessierte Öffentlichkeit aufbereiten. Die Bereitschaft zu besonderem Engagement wird vorausgesetzt.
Mit diesem Projekt sollen Studierende des Faches Geschichte an die Möglichkeiten und Grenzen historischen Forschens herangeführt werden. Auch wenn die Zeit des Nationalsozialismus gemeinhin längst als gut aufgearbeitet gilt, so zeigen sich nicht zuletzt in regionalen oder lokalen Forschungskontexten bemerkenswerte Lücken. Wie geht man wissenschaftlich korrekt mit derartigen Lücken um, wie kann man sie schließen und wie vermittelt man den Prozess von „Wissen wollen“ und „Wissen können“ angemessen einer an Faktizität interessierten Öffentlichkeit?

Austauschstudierende aller Fächer sind in diesem Kurs besonders willkommen. Der Kurs (2 SWS, 3-7 ECTS) vermittelt zum einen am Beispiel der Seminarthematik allgemeine Kenntnisse zur Geschichte des Nationalsozialismus, zum anderen erlaubt er vertieften Einblick in die Wirkungsweisen nationalsozialistischer Herrschaft.

Zeit: Montags, 14:00 – 16:00 Uhr
Ort: BKM, Raum 00 016 SR 02

Credits: 3-7 ECTS

Kursanmeldung

Kontakt & Registrierung: nordblom@uni-mainz.de

Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

Kursbeschreibung

Das Tutorium führt internationale Studierende in Techniken wissenschaftlichen Arbeits im deutschsprachigen Universitätskontext ein. Der Besuch des Tutoriums soll den Teilnehmern ermöglichen, sich einfacher einzufinden in die wissenschaftliche Literaturrecherche, wissenschaftliche Präsentationen und das Verfassen von Hausarbeiten. Die hier erworbenen Kenntnisse sollen den Studierenden auch die Arbeit in anderen Kursen an der JGU erleichtern. Wir empfehlen daher die Teilnahme am Kurs und dem begleitenden Tutorium.

Zeit: Mittwochs, 18:00 – 20:00 Uhr
Ort: Philosophicum, Raum P 101

Credits: 3 ECTS

Kursanmeldung

Kontakt & Registrierung: nordblom@uni-mainz.de

Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

Kursbeschreibung

Die Übung wird im Wesentlichen aus einer auf das sprachliche und sachliche Verständnis des Werkes „Der kaukasische Kreidekreis“ von Bertolt Brecht abzielenden gemeinsamen Textlektüre und -besprechungen bestehen. Die Veranstaltung zielet darauf ab, auf einem den Sprachkenntnissen der Austauschstudierenden angemessen Niveau Textverständnis und Sprachfähigkeit zu verbessern. Am Ende des Semesters kann durch das Absolvieren einer mündlichen Prüfung eine qualifizierte Note erworben werden.

Zeit: Freitags, 10:15 – 11:45 Uhr
Ort: SB II, Raum 02 132 Seminarraum

Credits: 4 ECTS

Kursanmeldung

!!! Persönliche Anmeldung in der ersten Sitzung am 19.10. im Büro von Herrn Jakobi (Philosophicum, Raum 02-521) !!!

Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

Kursbeschreibung

Die Übung wird im Wesentlichen aus einer auf das sprachliche und sachliche Verständnis des Werkes „Der Schimmelreiter“ von Theodor Storm abzielenden gemeinsamen Textlektüre und -besprechungen bestehen. Die Veranstaltung zielet darauf ab, auf einem den Sprachkenntnissen der Austauschstudierenden angemessen Niveau Textverständnis und Sprachfähigkeit zu verbessern. Am Ende des Semesters kann durch das Absolvieren einer mündlichen Prüfung eine qualifizierte Note erworben werden.

Zeit: Mittwochs, 16:00 – 18:00 Uhr
Ort: BKM, Raum SR 01

Credits: 4 ECTS

Kursanmeldung

!!! Persönliche Anmeldung in der ersten Sitzung am 17.10. im Seminarraum BKM, Raum SR 01) !!!

Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

Kursbeschreibung

In dieser Übung werden zentrale Bereiche der Grammatik des Deutschen behandelt wie etwa Wortart-, Satzgliedbestimmung und Satzstruktur. Ziel ist die Vermittlung eines fundierten grammatischen Basiswissens, das sowohl für ein Linguistikstudium als auch für den Deutschunterricht an Schulen eine wesentliche Voraussetzung ist.

!!!Bitte beachten Sie: Diese Kurse dienen NICHT dem Spracherwerb und bedeuten KEINE sprachpraktischen Übungen sondern sind linguistische Veranstaltungen auf Muttersprachenniveau!!!

Empfohlene Literatur:
* Gallmann, Peter et al. (2017): Schülerduden. Grammatik. 8., komplett überarb. u. aktualis. Auflage. Mannheim: Dudenverlag.
* Pittner, Karin/Bermann, Judith (2015): Deutsche Syntax. Ein Arbeitsbuch. 6. Auflage. Tübingen: Narr.

Diese Kurs findet in 7 parallelen Lehrveranstaltungen statt, so dass Sie sich flexibel den Kurs aussuchen können, der am besten in Ihren Stundenplan passt. Folgende Optionen stehen Ihnen zur Verfügung:

 

Kurs 1: Montags, 10:00 - 12:00 Uhr, Philosophicum, Raum P 106, Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

Kurs 2: Montags, 12:00 - 14:00 Uhr, Philosophicum, Raum P 10, Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

Kurs 3: Dienstags, 08:00 -10:00 Uhr, Philosophicum, Raum P 7, Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

Kurs 4: Donnerstags, 10:00 - 12:00 Uhr, Philosophicum, Raum P 12, Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

Kurs 5: Dienstags, 10:00 - 12:00 Uhr, Philosophicum, Raum P 10, Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

Kurs 6: Freitags, 16:00 - 18:00 Uhr, Philosophicum, Raum P 208, Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

Kurs 7:  Blocksitzung: 07.12.2018 & 08.12.2018 (Philosophicum, Raum ÜR 01-471 - neben P 109a); 03.01.2019 & 04.01.2019 (Philosophicum, Raum P 108) - jeweils von 10:00 - 16.30 Uhr, Link: Vorlesungsverzeichnis

 

Credits: 4 ECTS

Kursanmeldung

Bitte benutzen Sie das Formular "Anmeldung Lehrveranstaltungen für Austauschstudierende" (nachdem Sie sich immatrikuliert haben).

International in Form - das Tutorium für alle internationalen Studierenden des Fachbereichs 05

Course Description

inFORM - the tutorial for all international students at the Faculty 05

YOUR CURRENT SITUATION Studying abroad requires courage, dedication and a whole lot of organization. Everything is different: the language, day-to-day life and university. Despite having attended numerous introductory events, you still have a million questions left to ask.

What is the difference between a lecture and a seminar? How many courses do I need to take? How do I best prepare for my presentation? How do I go about writing my first term paper? Who can I contact if I am having problems at university?

WHAT WE OFFER The inFORM tutorial works with qualified tutors who will help you get started at university in Mainz. They have lots of useful tips and can answer many of your questions. Over the course of a semester, you, and other international students, will learn the basics of successful student life in Mainz together in small groups. The tutorial starts on October the week after induction week and lasts until the beginning of February. During this period, there will be a 2-hour tutorial each week.

ARE YOU planning on completing your entire degree program in Mainz? If so, you will meet other international students right at the beginning who are in the same situation you are. Together, you can figure out what studying in Mainz truly means.

ARE YOU an exchange student at the University of Mainz? If so, you can include the tutorial in your learning Agreement and earn 2 ECTS credit points (only applicable if you regularly attend the sessions).

The tutorial will be held in two parallel courses

Group A:

Time: Mondays, 4pm – 6pm
Location: SB II, room 03-134

Group B:

Time: Fridays, 12pm – 2pm
Location: SB II, room 03-134

Credits: 2 ECTS

How to register

REGISTRATION is quick and simple: Simply complete the online registration form! If you have any questions, you can send an email to philis@uni-mainz.de or include the question in the box "remarks or questions" in the online form.

We look forward to welcoming you to the tutorial! --> online Registration form

Link: Website of inFORM-Tutorial

For an overview of special courses for exchange-students in earlier semesters, please visit our archive.