Fachbereich 08: Physik, Mathematik und Informatik at the Uni Mainz
Institut für Mathematik
- Staudingerweg 9
- 55128 Mainz
- Phone: +49 6131 392-2270
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Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses
Students' assessments on consecutive master's degree courses
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Special features regarding teachingDedicated and diverse teaching staff and internationally visible and networked research staff; Broad and diverse range of courses; Development of the very school-like degree courses as a result of Bologna into a module degree course with options and not many exams; Large number of staff for small exercise groups; Integrated flexibility, e.g. semesters abroad already possible in the bachelor's degree; Historical context for teacher training students provided by history-of-mathematics working group
Special features regarding the international orientationDepartmental Advisory Office ‘International Studying’ incl. websites, and specialist guidance, 24 Erasmus partners, coordination of Erasmus officers; Flexible recognition of credits gained abroad; Very international teaching staff. Students benefit from the intensive and individual guidance provided by course advisors and the LOB (Teaching, Organising, Advising) team. Lectures in the Master’s programme can also be offered in English (option).
Special features regarding the equipmentConvenient computer pools for students; Central high-performance Linux cluster; Spacious social room; Student workplaces for exam semester; Lecture halls with modern equipment; Large collection of textbooks, electronic library use, workplaces in the library.
Support for foundersCareer Service of the JGU
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsAccessible lecture theatres; SBS (Service office for accessible education) of the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz with detailed information on the website; reasonable adjustments, including flexibility of examination types.
Characteristics of diversity advancementHighly international team, Ada Lovelace Mentoring Programme, JGU diversity strategy; participation in the “Vielfalt gestalten” diversity audit, many international academic staff members; high proportion of foreign doctoral students.
Other special featuresLOB project: Establishment of a help desk for problems with study and examination software; Development of advanced software support in the academic offices; Development of tools to improve the selection and allocation of academic assistants; Improvement of the information offered to students through redesign of the website; Development of department-wide individual advisory services for outgoings and incomings; Further development of an own social network (Sonum) for supporting outgoings; Restructuring of the website for foreign mobility
Further information on research activitieswww.mathematik.uni-mainz.de
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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