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Quality Pact for Teaching
About the Project

About the Project

TU4U Logo The Federal and State Program for Improved Study Conditions and Quality of Teaching in Higher Education (" Quality Pact for Teaching ") supports 186 educational institutions in all 16 German federal states in improving the assistance offered to students and the quality of teaching. In order to secure and enhance the standards of the already high teaching standards at the Technische Universität Chemnitz, the project: „Differentiated Mentoring and Assistance Program for the Improvement of Study Conditions and the Quality of Teaching in Higher Education at the Technische Universität Chemnitz“ (TUChemnitz4U) started in October 2011.

Within the next five years, the range of assistance and consultation services offered will be realized for students before begin and during the course study alongside a change of educational institution or degree program as well as in the case of an extension of study time beyond the normal duration.

The mentoring and assistance project is divided into five sub-projects:

Sub-project 1:
Development of study consultations offered with a focus on MINT-degree programs

Sub-project 2:
Establishment of preparatory courses

Sub-project 3:
Improvement of contextual synergies between lectures and module catalogues

Sub-project 4:
Personnel reinforcement of consultations and support during a course of study

Sub-project 5:
Additional tutors for students repeating or making up for a course

BMBF Logo The project is planned for the time between 11/2011 and 09/2016 and is financed by funds provided by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research under the funding code 01PL11089.
LiT Logo The individual project is to be considered a supplement and in close integration with the cooperative project „Teaching Practices in Transfer“ that was introduced in October 2012 at the TU Chemnitz. It focuses on the improvement of the quality of teaching, and supports and sustainably encourages students through the availability of consultations and workshops.

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