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Bachelor Seminar

The Bachelor seminar gives students the chance to practice academic work and scientific writing before starting their Bachelor's thesis. Spots are limited and allocated via the central allocation process of the faculty's examination office.

Participants of the Bachelor seminar learn the basics of academic work in a tutorial. Afterwards, the topics are given out and the students write seminar papers of about 14 pages length. The results of the papers will then be presented and discussed during a two-day seminar in Lutherstadt Wittenberg.

The Leucorea in Wittenberg: This is where the results of the seminar papers will be discussed.

The Leucorea in Wittenberg: This is where the results of the seminar papers will be discussed.

The Leucorea in Wittenberg: This is where the results of the seminar papers will be discussed.

Procedure for the Bachelor Seminar 2017

  1. Allocation process of the examination office (April 22, 2016)
  2. Tutorial "Academic work" (January 10, 2017)
  3. Distribution of topics / start of writing phase (January 12, 2017)
  4. Last possibility to get feedback (April 5, 2017)
  5. Seminar paper due (April 19, 2017)
  6. Bachelor seminar in Wittenberg (April 26-27, 2017)

Procedure for the Bachelor Seminar 2018

  1. Allocation process of the examination office (April 2017)
  2. Tutorial "Scientific work" (expected January 2018)
  3. Distribution of topics / start of writing phase (January 2018)
  4. Bachelor seminar (April 2018)

Grading

The grade is composed of the seminar paper's grade (50%) and the grade for the presentation/discussion at the Bachelor Seminar (50%).

Contact

For questions concerning the allocation process, please refer to the examination office ().

For bema-specific questions, you may contact Tobias Hübotter ().

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