Being a student requires a lot of self-responsibility. Unlike in school, there isn't a teacher who tells you exactly what to do. In university, you’re simply expected to prepare assigned readings, write essays, prepare presentations and study for the next exam. No one’s going to remind you of your next submission date—you need to learn … Continue reading Study Tips: How to Study Effectively
Scientists are trained to invent things. Doctors are trained to save lives. Lawyers are trained to give legal advice. Accountants are trained to prepare financial records. And humanities scholars ... well, what's their role?
All seminars and lectures have been attended, all exams done and all term papers written. After three years of studying, there is only one thing that needs to be done: the dissertation (or as it's also called: the bachelor's thesis). As I know only too well how difficult it can be to write a dissertation, … Continue reading Tips for Writing the Perfect Bachelor’s Dissertation
If you've ever written a term paper, you probably know how difficult the writing process can be. From finding a topic over researching to editing the final draft, it's a process that takes time and effort. So, to make things a bit easier for your next (or first) term paper, here’s a little step-by-step guide: … Continue reading A Step-By-Step Guide to Writing Term Papers
Have you ever considered studying in Germany? Or are just curious to know how the German university system works? If so, you're at exactly the right place! Here’s everything you need to know about studying in Germany:
Did you know J.K. Rowling studied French and Classics? Wikipedia Founder Larry Sanger holds a PhD in philosophy? Or YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has a bachelor’s degree in History and Literature? Contrary to popular belief, humanities students (that is philosophy, literature, language, religion, art, or history students) can become more than teachers. In fact, it’s … Continue reading Why Pursue a Degree in the Humanities?