Your time at university will eventually come to an end. Have you been preparing yourself for that day? If yes, good for you… If NOT, well, we are here to help: We’ll provide you with some great advice, you don’t want to miss!
Are you wondering what to do with your degree once you finished? We do too. So here is an Interview with a lecturer of English Literature for you, maybe that job is you exactly what you consider to do after your studies!
Maike is a journalist and is writing an article about working while studying. Antonia and Nadya are students at the Heinrich-Heine-University in Düsseldorf and would like to answer some questions for Maike about the struggle of having a part-time job as a student.
The great years of study are over…now the real work is ahead! How can I better prepare myself for future employment and avoid transition stress? Probably, every student has asked these questions at least once in their life. No worries! In our podcast we have shared some tips on how to make a smooth transition into the working world.
It is okay for freshman students to be uncertain and even a little intimidated by their new life span. They will encounter a lot of different things, like managing a work-life balance between school, friends, family, jobs and responsibilities. Today’s guests are both students and they will give us an insight into how they manage to keep this balance.
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The German Studentenwerk, a national student union funded by the government, is currently asking students to partake in a social survey about student life. In order to promote their survey, the Studentenwerk took to the streets of Berlin and asked pedestrians what they thought of students and their everyday lives. Some answers were: “they sleep a lot”, “they drink a lot and are basically freeloaders”, “partying”, “They enjoy their lives to the fullest”, “There are too many students in my opinion and not enough people who do real work”.
The question we would like to pose today: Is that really our reality? Or does student life look different to us?