Studying can present a wide range of challenges for people with physical and mental disabilities. In a relaxed atmosphere, the Zoom chat on 25 February at 4 p.m. will provide a digital space for networking and exchanging tips and tricks about studying with disabilities. The chat takes place regularly on every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month. The link to the Zoom chat is available on the website of the Office for Gender and Diversity:
Due to the currently very high corona numbers, many people are increasingly concerned about testing positive before an exam, as they will then not be able to take part in it.
In the worst case, this can delay ones studies for a semester.
If this happens and you are in quarantine due to a Corona infection, according to the current Corona statutes (see §4 (4) here) you have the possibility of an alternative date to make up for the exam this semester.
If you are affected by this, simply contact your lecturer. If there are problems, simply contact the dean’s office of your faculty (Med, ReWi, Phil, Nat, Tech), they have been sensitised to the issue and will solve the problem with you.
So please get tested and stay at home if you are positive/sick so as not to endanger other people – there is always a solution.
For more information on the current Corona rules for exams, click here and see last week’s newsletter video:
You are interested in organizing workshops, help to build up a civic association, get in touch with a huge network and develop your skills within an innovative student project? Join Stulumni! We’re a group of (both current and former) students and members of the student council at FAU who celebrate campus life and want to foster student commitment. We are currently planning to found a registered association in spring, first events are scheduled for the summer semester. No special knowledge prerequisite; current and former students from all disciplines are welcome.
Learn more about our project at our upcoming digital onboarding-event: 24th February 2022 4 PM via zoom (Link: https://stuve.me/stulumni)
Or get in touch with us in our open Telegram-Group: t.me/stulumni
For all international students wanting to find a job in Germany now or in the future a huuuuuge topic – what do you need to say in an interview?
Practice makes perfect but instead of wasting 10 Interviews let us just teach you what to say! Marit Otholt, a recruiter from randstad, the biggest recruiting firm in the world and linkedin influencer will share her secrets with you on february 10 at 7 pm.