Remember what it felt like when you had to choose which subject you wanted to study? Would you like to pass on your experience and help other would-be students who are now in the same situation? Then why not arrange an LMU trial lecture?
People have lots of questions when they embark on their studies. Even just choosing the right course can be a challenge. At times like these, would-be students are only too happy to hear from existing students and get a first-hand insight into what it is like studying this or that subject.
Students can help them make the right choices by organizing LMU trial lectures. To do so, simply take someone who is interested in studying with you to one of the lectures you attend. Afterwards, answer any questions they may have – or arrange an online meeting to share your experience of the course.
You will receive a certificate in recognition of your efforts.
At the online kick-off event organized by the Student Advisory Service, you will learn how to register and prepare such trial lessons. If you have any questions, this is the time to ask them.
The kick-off event will be held online. Please use the web form to sign up.
For details of other ways to engage in voluntary work, please visit the peer support page.