Volunteering, Support, and Honors Programs
WU’s peer mentoring program pairs older, more experienced students with small groups of new students for an entire semester. The program is also aimed at students who may find themselves in a difficult situation (returning to university after a leave of absence, lack of motivation, etc.) and need some extra support.
With individual support for new students and highly relevant events on topics related to both academics and practice, this program is aimed at students with top academic qualifications and ambitious goals: in short, the best.
Study more effectively by applying scientific findings from a variety of disciplines such as sports, medicine or psychology. The Learning Ergonomics Program offers tips on preparing for exams and an exercise program during exam prep week, among other things.
The Volunteering@WU program gives students interested in giving back to the community the opportunity to work with socially disadvantaged children and teens. Show your socially conscious side and benefit from the additional training provided to WU study or music buddies.
The support program BeAble is intended for students with disabilities or chronic illness. Tutors are available to help participants master any issues and challenges that may come up during student life.
In this program you will learn useful strategies for improving your academic writing skills. These strategies include: doing research, reading and understanding scientific texts, writing a first draft, and editing your draft. You will participate in weekly meetings, discuss writing-related topics and get feedback on your texts from both your writing mentors and your peers, i.e. other bachelor students in the program.The program is held in German and is aimed at students writing papers in German.