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How to overcome test anxiety  

By |2020-02-12T14:35:46+01:00February 12th, 2020|Career Start, High School Tips, Job-Archive, Professional Advice, Student, Students|

An exam is coming up. You get a weak stomach, sweaty hands or even start sleeping poorly at night. All of this is perfectly normal – being nervous is part of exams. These feelings only become a problem when you have to deal with a so-called "blackout" before exams which is defined as when your [...]

Is the term “work-life balance” still relevant?

By |2020-02-04T11:37:24+01:00February 4th, 2020|Absolventen, Career Start, High School Tips, Professional Advice, Student, Students|

You are probably familiar with the term "work-life balance". However, this term has developed over time and nowadays is often referred to as "work-life integration". We asked Gina Kuhr, our Career Center Coordinator at UE, what the term is all about and how applicable this way of life really is in our everyday lives. Gina [...]

The freshman life: How to Survive University

By |2020-01-10T16:51:53+01:00January 1st, 2020|Absolventen, High School Tips, Professional Advice, Student, Students, Study Choice|

The new semester has begun and for many students it marks the beginning of a new phase in their lives. Whether they are straight out of high-school, back from their year abroad or their vocational training, they are now moving on to university, a place where one will spend the next few years studying for [...]

Effective learning strategies: which approach is best for me? Part 3

By |2019-05-17T10:10:12+01:00May 31st, 2019|Absolventen, High School Tips, Student, Students|

Our last article looked at three types of learners. Today, we’ll look at the fourth learning style and introduce some appropriate learning techniques. You’ll also find tips on how to identify what type of learner you are. Communicative learners and learning techniques Do you actively participate during classes, initiate conversations, and prefer to work in [...]

Effective learning strategies: which approach is best for me? Part 2

By |2019-05-16T09:13:20+01:00May 17th, 2019|Absolventen, High School Tips, Student, Students|

Our last article looked at different learning strategies, however, not every strategy suits every type of learner. Today, we’ll discuss the first three learner types and give you some insights on their individual leraning strategies. We generally distinguish between four types of learner: visual, auditory, tactile / kinesthetic, and communicative. All four learner types have [...]

Effective learning strategies: which approach is best for me? Part 1

By |2019-04-17T08:20:12+01:00May 3rd, 2019|High School Tips, Student, Students|

If you’ve almost finished high school and will soon be starting university, why not kick off your studies with some new learning goals? Finding the best learning strategies for you can get you off to a great start and help you manage your studies. We’ll introduce you to a range of learning techniques. Organization and [...]

Your high school graduation is approaching: dealing with relationships

By |2019-04-08T17:00:41+01:00April 19th, 2019|High School Tips, Student, Students, Study Choice|

Are you in the midst of revision stress and focusing all your energy and concentration on your studies? If you have a partner or you’ve just fallen in love, you may be wondering how you will manage to juggle your revision overload and your relationship. You’ll find some helpful tips in today’s article. Revision vs. [...]

Your high school graduation is approaching: what to do if you’re torn between two study programs

By |2019-04-03T09:10:08+01:00April 5th, 2019|High School Tips, Student, Students, Study Choice|

With your final school exams drawing closer, it will soon be time start university. Perhaps you are not yet sure what you want to study, or you’re torn between two degree programs and you just can’t decide which is best for you. In this article, you’ll find helpful advice on how to make this important [...]

Your high school graduation is approaching: five tips for your revision marathon

By |2019-03-16T09:36:08+01:00March 22nd, 2019|High School Tips, Student, Students|

As your final exams draw closer, you may be planning for some marathon revision sessions. In this article, you’ll find five useful tips to help you get through them. 1. Create a your own strategy Take some time to reflect on your learning strategies for previous exams. How much time did you need on average [...]

Your high school graduation is approaching: how to gain a better understanding of your parents’ concerns

By |2019-02-18T07:40:25+01:00February 22nd, 2019|High School Tips, Student, Students|

As your high school graduation approaches, your move from home is also drawing closer. It’s an exciting prospect for you, but for your parents, it’s one more thing to worry about. You’re probably annoyed by their constant and unnecessary anxiety, and you don’t really get what they are worried about. In this article, we’ll look [...]

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