Dr. Susanne Haberstroh
Research-Based Learning Spokesperson
Tel: +49-441-798-4073

Team forschen@studium

With the “forschen@studium” (engl.: “research@studies”) teaching profile, Oldenburg University strengthens the interconnections between teaching and research for students and lecturers. Besides accompanying research, evaluations, didactics and special university courses, the program’s core mission is to support research carried out actively by students.

Click here for Student Online-Journal "forsch!".

Check out the Facebook page forschen@studium.


2nd World Congress on Undergraduate Research
Building on the success of the first "World Congress on Undergraduate Research" (Doha, Qatar, November 2016) the second “ World Congress on Undergraduate Research” will take place on 23 - 25 May 2019 at Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg. For more information about the congress, research areas and organisation, visit the congress’ website.

For any questions you may have, do not hesitate to contact the organising team at wo97ovkrldcur2019imf(at)uole1k.decx (wcur0/x201e+++9@uohpil.delp).

Education Profile: forschen@studium

The crucial pillars of a university are research and teaching. At the University of Oldenburg, our main goal is to intertwine these two very closely. The education profile forschen@studium is pursuing this goal by bringing and promoting independent and active student research.

The essence of academic education consists of thinking beyond the course contents from the very beginning; of questioning it and being active in shaping the research process. Research-based teaching and learning aims at promoting and further developing this particular form of teaching and learning, whose tradition is rooted at the European University.

The education profile forschen@studium is implemented and developed by a number of professors, lecturers, and other teaching staff, who enable their students to do research themselves. The initiative is supported through the project “Research-Based Learning in Focus Plus”, FLiF+ (“Forschungbasiertes Lernen im Fokus Plus”) financed by the Quality Pact for Teaching, as well as through the university’s own project “Research-Oriented Teaching Plus” - FoL+ (Forschungsorientierte Lehre plus”).

For more information about the teaching profile forschen@studium, take a look at the whitepaper „Research-Based Teaching and Learning at the University of Oldenburg "Grundlagenpapier" and the university´s mission statement "Hochschulentwicklungsplan".

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