Course overview

Lecturers Prof. Dr. Thorsten Knauer

Responsible contact Prof. Dr. Thorsten Knauer
Type and duration of the course Seminar (2 hours)
Course number 072 002
Frequency Block course
Date and time of the kick-off meeting Tuesday, October 12, 2021, 10.00 am - 12.00 am
GD 02/148
Date and time of the block course Tuesday, January 18 and Wednesday, January 19, 2022, 9.00 am - ca. 6.00 pm

Seminar program and further information

Participants of this course have to prepare a seminar paper during a period of six weeks. Seminar topics will be assigned in the kick-off meeting. Prior to the kick-off meeting, a list of the seminar topics will be provided to participants. The seminar schedule will also be discussed in the kick-off meeting.

After submitting the papers, students have to present their findings of their seminar paper in a block course. If topics have been assigned twice the students have to prepare and hold a single presentation together.

For more detailed course information, please refer to the following module description. The description contains information about the content of the course, the teaching materials, as well as the examination modalities. We higlhly recommend to study the description thoroughly.

Participation procedures

The number of participants in this course is limited to 20 students. The application deadline is on October 04, 2021. Notes of acceptance and decline are sent out on October 11, 2021. To apply for the seminar, please fill out the application form (form is in German). Additionally, send a current transcript of records via email with the headline "Bachelor Seminar [Your last name]" to

Formalities of the seminar paper

When preparing the seminar paper, rules of good scientific work should be followed. The specific standards for paper preparation can be found in the current version of our
guide for scientific papers (available only in German). The guide especially contains information on the layout of the paper, which will also be considered in the evaluation of the seminar papers alongside the fulfillment of the thematic requirements.