Since the 2016/17 winter semester, social engagement (and the associated learning) has been an option as a non-technical course. This social engagement counts as a course achievement when combined with a reflective piece of writing.
Students can provide help and support in the following areas:
- refugees (migration)
- people without accommodation (homelessness)
- nature and environmental protection (sustainability)
- maintaining historical cultural assets.
Have a look in the module catalog and on Stud.IP for the seminars listed under
- “Social Learning: Social engagement with refugees”.
- “Hamburg for all – but how? Social Learning”
- “Social Learning: Social engagement for sustainability”.
- “Social Learning: Social engagement for maintaining historical cultural assets”.
Thank you to all those involved!