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Uni Bonn Erasmus Learning Agreement

by admin on December 19th, 2020

Please take into account our comments regarding the learning agreement and the overview of the Erasmus/CITE codes of expertise. The Learning Agreement is the central Erasmus document that you will meet with the heads of your departments in Bonn and at the partner university before you start your studies abroad. You also include courses that you can take at the partner university, as well as the Bonn module, which are replaced by courses at the partner university. Dorothee GothOffice / Public Relations / Project Management / Event Arrangement Training as a bookseller and publisher in Bielefeld. Media Science Studies at the University of Siegen, an assistant student in the Foching 240 specialty. Media Science Studies 1999. Intern at Herrn-DuMont-Schauberg in Cologne. In October 2006, she joined DRZE, where she is responsible for promotion, project management and event planning. . Marvin Krawczyk Assistant Student (Research Department) Student in Philosophy and History at the University of Bonn since 2017. Student collaborator at the German Reference Centre for Ethics in Life Sciences since August 2019. Laura Summa, M.A.Research Assistant (Department of Research)2004 – 2011 Studies of Philosophy, Theology and Romance in Aachen (Magisterdiplom and First State Examination). Since 2011, phD student at the University of Bonn.

2015 – 2017 Referandariat and diploma of 2nd State Exam. Since 2017, scientific collaborator at DRZE. Before applying, students must find out about the situation in host cities and universities in order to be able to find out in advance when applying. The offer of studies from partner universities should be carefully adapted to the Bonn curriculum. Partners` websites are the main source of information. For any questions and assistance in the search for information, you are available to the ERASMUS interlocutors of the new seminar. The assistance includes the exemption from tuition fees at the host university and a financial grant. Isabelle Meyer-ThamerEtudiante (Centre for Libraries and Documentation) Student in Germanology and Philosophy at the University of Bonn since 2014. Student assistant at the DRZE library since April 2018. Professor Sturma`s office hours, 2020 Dipl.

Bibl. Frank Weber Library Science Studies Centre of the Free University of Berlin (1994) and Catholic Theology, University of Bonn (1999); 2001 Entry to the DRZE library (main tasks: acquisitions and cataloguing, indexing) Since 1995, Professor of Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Bonn; Since 1996, visiting professor at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA and since 2004, member of the program of the European Faculty of Bioethics at the University College of the Union of Schenectady and Albany Medical College , member of the Central Ethics Committee of the College of German Physicians (ZEKO) since 2007; Member of the editor of the journal “Research Ethics Review” since 2008.

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