The program runs during the summer semester. It covers the following areas:
The foundational module provides you with the opportunity to acquire, expand upon, and revise the basic knowledge of mathematics and physics that is required on all MINT degree programs. In addition, the fundamentals of informatics are also covered.
The navigational module offers you insight into the various degree programs and student life at the faculties, as well as the chance to get to know the respective departments, professors, lecturers, and students.
The navigational module is complemented by an opportunities module that profiles, before you even commence your studies, the fields of occupation and career paths that each degree program opens up.
Further, studium MINT also aims to cultivate key competencies that can be drawn upon on a long-term basis, such as how to work scientifically, self-study skills, time management or presentation techniques. These are dealt with in the soft skills module.
Independent study projects round out the concept. During the course of these projects, participants familiarize themselves with basic project management and how individual disciplines dovetail with one another. The tutorials and advice on offer provide opportunities to explore students’ needs in more detail and, in the process, aid successful learning outcomes.