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The most important information about the course "Studium Generale health"
|Name||Studium Generale health|
|Model||Certificate Course (CAS)|
|Target group||Individuals who are considering higher education or university studies.|
|Number of modules||1|
|Structure||120 hrs. of direct (online) instruction,
180 hrs. independent study:
Total 300 hrs. 10 ECTS
|Course organization||DTMD University Castle Wiltz (Luxembourg); Swiss Campus of DTMD, Stans (Switzerland)|
|Course times / Place||15 days of attendance over 2 semesters; Friday noon to Sunday afternoon, every other month.
Berlin (Germany), Munich region (Germany) and Lucerne (Switzerland)
|Admission requirements||Completed vocational training (level 4 or higher Bruges-Copenhagen process) or completed studies; interest in understanding health and being healthy; enjoys communication and interaction.|
|Tuition||€ 3.000 + 3% (TVA)|
|Payment modalities||One-time payment, due upon booking|
General studies in health
This certificate course is designed in such a way that the participants are able, on the one hand, to continue their education independently after the course, and on the other hand, to acquire a deeper insight into one of the most important topics in life - namely health - themselves.
Nowadays, Studium Generale usually refers to all non-compulsory, public courses offered by a university. In keeping with the humanistic educational heritage, they embody the mission of higher education institutions to promote a comprehensive general education.
In addition, the term refers to an orientation phase, usually lasting two semesters, during which first-year students attend courses in different disciplines at the same time. This is intended to facilitate a better decision when choosing a field of study and, at the same time, to ease the transition from pure learning at school to scientific work at university.
In the Studium Generale, competencies and topics are examined from a wide variety of health perspectives. A wide variety of assignments, exercises, and activities are chosen to apply "study tools," thus creating a routine for students to complete even a comprehensive course of study. A benefit both for people who are now moving from a vocational apprenticeship towards university studies as part of the Bruges/Copenhagen process, or academics who have been out of university for a while and want to continue their education through an academic continuing education program and thus reacquire the current skills for studying.