Studies and Teaching
Dear students, dear newly enrolled students,
First of all, a warm welcome to the Institute of Chemistry in the winter semester 2021/22!
This semester is again a special one for you and for us as most of our courses will be taught online. Nevertheless, due to our experiences from the last semesters we can offer almost all regular courses this semester.
You will find all important information about our courses in the corresponding ISIS course pages  of the modules. Please register for all courses you are interested in.
The registration keys, which may be necessary to subscribe to the ISIS courses, will be sent out via the mailing lists for students of the Bachelor's  and Master's  programs in chemistry. Please make sure to subscribe to the mailing list that applies to you.
Since it is not foreseeable when the current situation will change, we also ask you to be available at short notice in case the in-class teaching is possible again. This also applies to the actual lecture-free period.
You can find general information from the TU Berlin regarding the present situation either on the main page  or specifically about studying in general  in the winter semester and examinations .
The statement of the state of Berlin on the winter semester you can find here .
In case of further questions, we are available for you.
With best regards and wishes for your health
The lecturers and professors of the Institute of Chemistry
(Online-)Teaching and study feedback
In order to continue to enhancee the quality of teaching at Faculty II, you have the opportunity to send us your feedback directly. Above all, we are interested in whether and how the implementation of online teaching works from your point of view. You can submit your feedback anonymously; it is not necessary to provide an e-mail address.
Despite all the difficulties, we were able to offer the vast majority of the courses in the past summer semester and in the current winter semester. The teachers invest a lot of time, energy and ideas in order to make the changeover to exclusively online teaching as smooth as possible. However, if there are still problems at one point or another even after having consulted the relevant lecturer directly, please give us feedback. But we also look forward to reading what is already working well or about new ideas that enable uncomplicated study.
It's not just about collecting information about where we can improve or what is already working well. We are always happy to receive new ideas that enable uncomplicated study.
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