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Student Advisor Programme

 

 

 Enroll for the Student Advisor Programme and help one of our Erasmus students during their first days in Bonn!

You will be the contact person for general questions on Bonn, the university and student life. Further, your Erasmus partner will have an easier access to academic matters and your personal contact will foster cultural understanding on both sides.

Apart from that, you might have the chance to already meet a student of your future host university.

Of course, you will receive a certificate for your commitment by the end of the semester.

 

Application Deadline (for AJ 2017/18):

20. August 2017

 

 

Tasks of a Student Advisor:

  • Contact the Erasmus student after you received his email address
  • Welcome the student in Bonn
  • Assist the student in academic and organisational matters during his first days

 

Are you interested?

Please fill out the application form or write an email to Marie Berndt and send it to incomings.anglistik@uni-bonn.de. Either way, please let us know:
- your name, sex, phone number and e-mail address
- which language(s) you speak
- whether you would prefer a partner student from a specific country or university
- whether you are available from mid-September onwards or later,
(or even at the beginning of the summer term, when 5 more incomings will be joining us).

 

Further information

What's the difference between Study Buddy and Student Advisor?

The Student Advisor Programme and the Study Buddy Programme are diverse programmes. Both programmes are student support services, but they aim at different target groups.

  • The Study Buddy Programme is led by Bonn's international office and will give you the chance to meet international students who came to Bonn by various exchange programmes. More information can be found here.
  • The Student Advisor Programme is part of the IAAK's Erasmus programme and was set up particularly for English students. You will support students from all over Europe during their starting time (or longer, if you wish).

 

Certificate of International Competence

Being a Student Advisor gives you points you might need for the Ambassador Component of the Certificate of International Competence. If you are interested in obtaining this, please find more information on the International Office’s website: https://www.uni-bonn.de/studium/studium-und-praktikum-im-ausland/zertifikat-fuer-internationale-kompetenz.

In any case we would issue a certificate for your participation in this programme.

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