For this academic year, we have prepared many new events for you. In addition to the Orientation Week, by which we started the autumn semester, we will have the Reading Week from November 1st to 5th. Are you wondering what Reading Week means?
At foreign universities, it refers to a week-long break in teaching when there are no lectures or seminars. However, all faculty resources (library, study boxes, tutors, etc.) are still available to catch up on what you have not had time for during the busy days of the first half of the autumn semester.
During Reading Week, you will be catching up on your rests, but you can also participate in many optional faculty lectures and workshop activities, block training, and extra-curricular events. Reading Week will offer space for student department trips and excursions. You can learn about upcoming activities from the faculty calendar or from your department.
The academic year moves very quickly, and it is not always possible to consult sufficiently with lecturers in the hustle of the regular semester or to find space for clarification and completion of the material covered. Therefore, make effective use of the time to review the material discussed, studying the material in advance to reduce some of the burdens you will have during the remaining six weeks.
Reading week is not just about a week off. We wish you to make good use of this opportunity so that you can recharge your strength and motivation to study for the rest of the semester and be better prepared for the exam period.