You would like support in studying for an exam or in writing a term paper or written assignment?
The International Office offers an exam tutoring programme in cooperation with the Church on Campus.
In this programme, international students (not only in the first semester) and students in the adaptation period for international teachers can receive support for exam preparation (for an exam, written assignment or homework) from a student tutor (max. 10 hours per student).
You can either register individually to receive individual support, or you can register together with fellow students (i.e., in a small group) to jointly be supported by a tutor. (If you would like to register as a small group, please each submit a registration form.)
You can find the registration form here.
Please send the completed registration form to Lea Sophie Schmidt (firstname.lastname@example.org). Ms Schmidt will then invite you to a consultation appointment to discuss what type of support you would like in detail and how you would like to participate in the programme.
Deadlines (summer semester 2021):
- 1 June 2021 for exam preparation (exam phase in mid-July)
- 1 August 2021 for support with term papers (with a deadline on 15 September)
- for other types of examination or examination dates: at least 6 weeks before the examination date or the deadline
- Note: Please register as early as possible. This increases the chances of finding a tutor.
Please note: We will try to find a mentor for every interested person, but cannot guarantee a successful search. In the winter semester 2020/21, funds are available for a maximum of 20 participants.
Notes for tutors:
The work in this programme is paid on a fee basis (corresponding to the hourly rate of a student assistant). If you can imagine to work in this programme, please contact us (indicating your degree programme).
We will then add you to our tutors mailing list and inform you when we are specifically looking for support for a student. You can then decide whether you would like to take over the supervision as a tutor.