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Extension of the application Deadline -> 30.06.2020

The new deadline for all N.C. required courses of studies is now: 30.06.2020

 

 

Student Advisory Service

Students are advised by all lecturers at the Institute of Urban and Regional Planing and by the Student Advisory Service. Prof. Dolff-Bonekämper as the Program Coordinator is responsible for the organisation of the Student Advisory Service. The service is carried out by two student employees. 

The Student Advisory Service’s tasks include helping students to carefully plan their studies, based on the opportunities offered by the program, examination regulations and the list of courses. At the same time, they provide information on application processes, student organizations and other topics.

Office Hours: 10.00 am- 13.30pm

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 10.00- 13.30 

The consultation hours are on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. We do consult via WEB. Peferred Tools: ZOOM, WebEX Prior registration is not required, but there may be short waiting times. Individual appointments are also possible by prior arrangement.

Conflict Management and Mediation

Conflict management and mediation helps to resolve conflicts in various cases. The consultation, individually or in groups, may clarify the following:

  • What is my specific concern and how can I communicate it?
  • How to de-escalate a conflict?
  • How to gain appreciation for the attitude of my counterpart?
  • How can new potential arise from conflict?

Mediation can take place with two or more people and serves to develop a mutually beneficial solution. A characteristic of mediation is that it only goes as deep as the participants wish.

On request, external mediators can be consulted. All offers are confidential and free of charge.

Office Hours

On request

The consultation are on request. Please send a mail to make an individual appointment.

Tasks and Consultation of the Advisory Service

The various tasks and offers include: 

  • consultation hours during the week, as well as individual consultations
  • helping to work out student timetables
  • providing information on types of examinations 
  • providing information on processes for registration formalities 
  • providing support for the acknowledgement of course work completed elsewhere 
  • information material, results sheets, and degree program and examination regulations 
  • passing on guidelines defined in the program and examination regulations 
  • sharing contacts for other advisory offices 
  • carrying out an information event as part of the TU school information days
  • participating in course and curriculum planning
  • editing student information booklets
  • orientation week for first semester students in cooperation with Projektrat

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