The start of a course of study is usually associated with many questions and often also with uncertainties: What will my fellow students and lecturers be like? Will I find my way around at the university? What requirements will I have to meet? Is my previous knowledge sufficient? In order to make the start of your studies as easy as possible, there are many supporting offers at Trier University of Applied Sciences and in the Department of Engineering.
Choosing a field of study and a place to study is a far-reaching personal decision. Therefore, it is important to inform yourself as well as possible. This afternoon offers all applicants to the Department of Engineering the opportunity to get to know the place and subject of study and to exchange ideas with students, academic staff and professors. Any remaining questions can be clarified here. An invitation to the information afternoon will be sent to all applicants in good time.
The two mentoring programmes in mechanical and electrical engineering are designed to help students find their way around in the first few weeks of everyday study life. Students from higher semesters accompany the "newcomers" and provide information, for example, about timetables and rooms, the online platforms used or examination matters. Of course, they are also available for advice and support and, together with the student council, bring student life closer. The programmes start on the first day of the semester after the welcome by the department heads.
The Coordination Office for the Initial Study Phase supports first-year students at Trier University of Applied Sciences with a broad range of subject-specific and interdisciplinary services at the start of their studies. Through a variety of orientation offers, introductory events, information materials and workshops, the study ability is to be improved and the study success is to be increased in the long term.
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