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Studying at the Faculty

Welcome to the Faculty of Public Health! We are pleased that you have decided to study at our Faculty. Here you will find a lot of information about studying at the Faculty of Public Health.

The university has compiled the most important information about the university, studies and everyday life on the page"Start ins Studium".

The Module Guide and the subject-specific degree programmes contain all the content-related, organizational and Examination regulations and information for your studies.

Please refer to the electronic course catalogue ( eKVV) for information on courses such as time and room details as well as comments and literature.

If you are enrolled in one of the degree programmes at the Faculty, please register each semester via the electronic course catalogue (eKVV) for the courses relevant to you.

More information about the Individual subsidiary subjects of the School of Public Health can be found here.

The Individual subsidiary subjects (IndiErg) offers students the possibility of an individual profile formation. General information about the framework conditions of the Individual subsidiary subjects can be found here: Further information.

The guide to scientific writing in your studies is designed to help you successfully complete this task. Here you will learn step by step how to proceed in the preparation of literature-based texts - from the first thematic considerations to the finished text.

Faculty fact sheets (e.g., on theses, grading criteria, etc.) and other documents can be found in the "400001 Information for Students" learning space, which is updated for each semester.

At the School of Public Health, the communicative exchange and feedback culture among students and teaching staff, instructors, lectures is characterized by appreciation and respect. It is of great concern to all members of the Faculty as well as the students to maintain and further develop this culture of communication based on trust. Against this background, course evaluation is not understood as an assessment of the teaching staff, instructors, lectures, but as a check and reassurance of the extent to which the common teaching and learning goals have been achieved. These initial considerations are guiding elements in the discussion and further development of the existing evaluation concept within the framework of decentralized quality management at the Faculty. The course evaluation, which is the focus here, is an elementary component of the evaluation and further development of the degree programmes, but focuses on the course-related teaching and learning objectives and the interaction of teaching staff, instructors, lectures and students.

Against this background, the Faculty's evaluation concept was developed with the collaboration of all status groups.

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