I started my master studies during the pandemic. The university mastered the switch to online classes very quickly and made the semester still interesting in terms of my classes. There are several elective courses to choose from to major in a specific field. Furthermore, the degree course is in English and therefore brought German students and international students together. I only visited the campus during the exam period but it was very clean, new and easy to reach in the city centre.
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entirely conducted in English, semester abroad during the second semester
Our course and subjects were picked out for us, we had no choice. I would prefer to choose myself which subjects I would prefer to study. The lecturers, excluding our wonderful Frau Pohl who was our German lecturer, were not very hospitable to us the foreign students, that should really change and greater interaction in a classroom environment should be promoted.
The program has been redesigned when I applied and half way implemented before and half after. It was a pain in the ass.
During the first semester of my studies it was further implemented including changes to the study plans without asking consent.
My course IB only demands 2 Semesters of forced studies before you can decide for two majors and one minor. It includes one year abroad 3 month for an internship and one semester studying abroad at a partner university.
You are required to learn two languages, but they only offer three. The teachers in one of them are really bad, not so much teachingwise, but interpersonal.
Can only recommend to study here, when you know how to watch out for yourself. In case of problems some stuff retain themselves to caring for themselves first and nobody else later.
Some staff are also really nice. They provide good expertise and study materials. Over all you have to pick your way through this one. But University ought o be like that, at least partially. It will probably get better with time, as they just redesigned studies, but it sucked for me in several regard. Would not do again.
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administration. Professor attitude towards testing and delivering materials
Good place to go to, plenty of historical culture and beauty. There is a feeling in Dresden that is somewhat different from anywhere else I have been. Should have more planned social integration for students, they are both fun and educational.
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