Special information for Erasmus-Students
The "Lernwerkstatt Religion Plural" can also be attended by students who are studying at the UdS as part of an Erasmus program. With regard to the requirements and modalities, the Erasmus students are integrated into the circle of UdS teaching students on an equal footing. It should be mentioned that neither a theological studies nor a religious affiliation is expected, instead students from all universities, disciplines, cultures, religions and denominations are welcome in the LeRP! Furthermore, we as a team find a high level of heterogeneity in the seminar room to be a joy and an enrichment. Usually, Erasmus students are allowed to participate in seminars beyond the proper participant limit. Therefore, you do not have to worry about "taking away" places from Saarbrücken students, as Erasmus registrations are consequently processed separately.
Please note, if your mother tongue is not German, that the language of the LeRP is German only. If you do not speak German well or at all, please still feel free to contact us and we will see if a solution can be found.
If you are an Erasmus student in Saarbrücken, please do not hesitate to contact one of the team members directly. Please send potential e-mails in English to Sebastian Maria Sauer.
We are looking forward to your interest!
Experience report on participation in the LeRP
In the summer semester 2022, we hosted 5 Erasmus students from Luxembourg who kindly agreed to fill in an evaluation form about their impressions. This document contains 9 questions and can be downloaded by you - on the right to this text. If you have any questions about the evaluation, please do not hesitate to contact the whole team.
Unfortunately, this document is only available in German. If you would like to use the document to find out about an Erasmus student's experience at the LeRP but do not yet have sufficient knowledge of German, please feel free to contact Sebastian Maria Sauer and we will try to provide you with adequate information about the experience report as an alternative.