Our learning programmes

Learning at university is very different from learning at school. From now on, you have the freedom to organise your own time. This requires a high degree of self-motivation, discipline and concentration. At the beginning of your studies, it can be difficult to develop your own learning rhythm and good time management, which often leads to excessive demands and stress. To prevent these difficulties, the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics offers you Wiwi coaching and various tutorials to deepen your learning content.

WiWi coaching - our "help for self-help"

With the help of our PANDA course, you can book coaching appointments that will help you to achieve more efficient and independent learning progress in the future.


  • Shape your own learning process: Get advice if you find it difficult to organise your time sensibly; get suggestions for learning motivation and find out what you can do to combat 'procrastination'.
  • Acquire new knowledge: Ask questions if you don't understand something and discuss past exams.
  • Get to know new learning and working strategies: Work on learning content and consolidate and repeat it.


Be­come a WiWi coach

Would you like to advise, support and sponsor first-year students yourself in the future? Then get in touch with the contact persons for the modules involved (Management, Introduction to Economics and Taxation, Accounting and Finance) in the winter or summer semester. The contacts can be found in the module catalogue.

To the module catalogue


In addition to lectures, the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics also offers tutorials. You can register for these via the Paul learning platform. In the tutorial, lecture content is deepened, practical references are shown and exercises are worked on. Participation in the tutorial is voluntary.

The tutorial gives you the opportunity to

  • compare your results.
  • ask questions about the solution.
  • apply your knowledge.
  • prepare for the upcoming exams.

Become a tutor

The 'Qualifying for Tutorship' workshop is aimed at potential tutors. In addition to teaching, deepening and repeating subject-specific content, tutors also face the challenge of encouraging cooperative and active learning among students. This requires didactic and methodological skills. The workshop prepares students for their role and work as tutors in university teaching. Here they can learn how to plan tutorial units and which methods are suitable for activating and involving the participants. Students receive a certificate for participating in this training, which is issued in cooperation with the Office of Educational Innovation and University Didactics.

The training programme comprises three phases:

Your con­tact for WiWi coach­ing:

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Lea Rüter

Wirtschafts- und Berufspädagogik

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