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Information for students of Social Work :transnational (B.A.)

Students of Social Work :transnational can find important information about the course of the studies, academic calendar, examination regulations, information about the registration for courses and examinations. In addition, there are relevant links to our online platforms and institutions.

Organizational issues

The module assignment and examination registration takes place in two separate steps in the degree course Social Work :transnational (B.A.):

  1. Module assignment via Moodle
    (In the first semester via the group allocation in the First-semester platform (Log in required) in Moodle, as of the second semester via the Moodle course room “Module assignment Bachelor Social Work :transnational”
  2. Examination registration of the modules via the Examination administration system HIS of the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

Further information and the respective deadlines will be provided to the students via Moodle on time.

Your studies begin with An orientation week for the entire institution of higher education will take place at the beginning of the semester. All students will then attend the introduction classes in esthetic work (module 5-unit 1). In the following week, there will be an introduction class into scientific work (module 5-unit 2). You will familiarize yourself with research options at the library („Teaching Library“), and an introduction into our e-learning portal 'Moodle' and are acquainted with the options of text production. This introduction is carried out in small groups. You will be informed about the exact dates by letter and on the first-semester orientation days.

First-semester groups

During the first semester you study in allocated 'first-semester groups'. This shall help you find your way into the course of studies. You can freely choose the lectures you would like to attend as of the second semester. Every first-semester group has a student tutor. You will get to know your tutor during the orientation week.

Mentoring

During the first semesters a lecturer will be at your side to help and advise you (so-called mentors). Do not hesitate and ask any questions regarding the course of study or other questions. You will find out who your mentor is at the beginning of the semester.

Integration courses for foreign students

Another note for foreign students: Please use the integration courses, which will facilitate your studies at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences.

E-Learning

We use the e-learning and Moodle portal for the e-learning process. Most seminars that require attendance, are accompanied by numerous didactic functions in Moodle.

Homepage of the Moodle portal of the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

Examination regulations

Established

Established, RSO 261

Exam regulation

Exam regulations as of April 09, 2014, published on June 17, 2014, RSO 392

Changes

Changes as of February 04, 2015, published on November 02, 2015, PR-schB RSO 67-15

Extension of validity period

Extension of validity period, published on September 25, 2018, RSO 785

Beatrix Schwarzer
Student advisor Social Work :transnational (B.A.)
Building 2, Room 305
Fax : +49 69 1533-2809
Prof. Dr.
Alexandra Caspari
Head of degree course: Social Work :transnational (B.A.)
Building 2, Room 138
Fax : +49 69 1533-2809

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