Live stream: Online student advising for the bachelor's and master's program in computer science
The student advisory service of the Institute of Computer Science is launching a new open advisory format. Every four weeks, Dr. Harald Selke answers questions from prospective students as well as students who are already enrolled in a YouTube live stream.
The application phase for the winter semester has recently opened. Due to the Corona pandemic, it is unfortunately still not possible to hold on-site advising sessions. The Student Advisory Service is taking this as an opportunity to enter into a personal dialog with potential students of computer science via digital means and to answer any questions they may have about their studies and the program.
The live streams are offered weekly on specific topics and target groups and take place on Thursdays from 6 p.m. onwards. Prospective students for the bachelor's degree program will make the start; you can already ask your first questions on July 8 or simply watch the faculty advisor in action. For those interested in the Master's program, there will be a separate online session. However, the study advisor would also like to offer the opportunity for students who are already enrolled to clarify possible questions and problems regarding their studies. For this purpose, there will be a separate livestream session that will provide space for these questions in particular.
The live study counseling session will be broadcast on the YouTube channel of the faculty: https://www.youtube.com/user/FakultaetEIM
The dates in August - every Thursday starting at 6 pm (CEST).:
- August 5: Computer Science Bachelor: Orientation for prospective students, Q&A
- August 12: Computer Science Bachelor: Orientation for current students, Q&A
- August 19: Computer Science Master, Q&A for prospective students
- August 26: Computer Science Master, Q&A for current students