Sports Sciences, Department
Fachbereich 06: Psychologie und Sportwissenschaft at the Uni Gießen
Institut für Sportwissenschaft
- Kugelberg 62
- 35394 Gießen
- Phone: +49 641 99-25200
Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses
Degree courses with details
Further information provided by the department
Special features regarding teachingAll degree courses use a wide range of teaching and learning forms. In the teaching of basic knowledge a combination of lectures and seminars in increasingly employed, with the seminars designed to consolidate the content of the lectures (e.g. with simulation tasks, measuring processes, practical exercises/teaching/learning situations). Project- and problem-specific forms of teaching and learning are also used; as is blended and e-learning;
Special features regarding the international orientationSo far, the programmes do not have any pronounced international profiles. In the MSc Biomechanics Motor Muscle Movement Analysis, a class cohort participated in an excursion to the University of Montpellier. This degree course, as well as the M.Sc. in Clinical Sports Physiology and Sports Therapy, is demanded by numerous foreign students. Furthermore, cooperation with foreign universities is increasingly being sought.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUniversität Wien, Österreich; Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz (Basel), Schweiz; Universidad de Malaga, Spanien; Universität Belgrad, Serbien
Special features regarding the equipmentThe institute has its own swimming pool, a games hall, gym and gymnastics hall as well as spacious outdoor facilities (athletics, beach and tennis court, artificial lawn).All sports facilities are in the immediate vicinity of the classrooms on a separate single campus. The multi-function building has a motor skills lab and a gym, the main building has its own lecture hall and a PC room with 25 workstations.
Support for foundersIn the MSc Clinical sports physiology and sports therapy are taught in the "Entrepreneurship" module, including basic principles and processes of a business start-up, structure and content of business plans.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsDuring their studies, students who have permanent health impairments may, depending on the impairment and/or disability, be granted reasonable adjustments in the form of modified examination requirements. Modifications do not make the degree programme easier and are intended solely to compensate for disadvantages experienced by students who have disabilities or chronic conditions compared with other students. Central advisory office for students with disabilities and chronic illnesses. Individual advice on topics such as applications and admission, reasonable adjustments, programme schedule, etc.
Other special featuresPossibilities to apply for equalisation for chronic illness and/or disability. Priority access to attendance-restricted courses for students with family responsibilities and for students with disabilities/chronic illness.
Further information on research activitieswww.uni-giessen.de/fbz/fb06/sport/nemolab
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.uni-giessen.de/studium/studienbeginn/stew
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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