23 Sep
23. Sep. 2021

11082: Communication the English Way

Hazel Robertshaw, Trainer


  • Thursday, 23th September 2021 | 09.00am–05.00pm

  • Friday, 24th September 2021 | 09.00am–05.00pm
  • Saturday, 25th September 2021 | 09.00am–05.00pm  

* at the full hour

This seminar takes place in English and online via BigBlueButton in Stud.IP.

Course Content:
What is communication? How do we get a message or information across in an effective way? How can we avoid misunderstandings?

In this seminar we look at the different forms of verbal and written communication.

The main topics include: Interpersonal skills; Individual & Group Communication; Receiving, Accepting, and Giving (positive & negative) Feedback; Persuading & Negotiating, E-mails and Letter Writing; Conflict Resolution.

The seminar is carried out in English; therefore, a good level of English is necessary to understand the topics.

Learning Goals:
Learning focus is how to communicate, in English, in different social and professional situations.

Study Performance:
Full attendance and active participation, independent involvement in exercises, reflecting on exercises and seminar content, presentation of work results, completion of possible tasks, independent preparation of content and materials (also between the course days).

on Stud.IP

If you need barrier-free access for this seminar, please contact us, as soon as you got a place in a seminar: seminare@zqs.uni-hannover.de

2 Credits


Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree at Leibniz University Hannover
Further information regarding your course of studies on the website:

Interdisciplinary Bachelor's degree "Schulischer Schwerpunkt“, module key competencies
a) Start of studies before 01.10.2019: area A
b) Start of studies from 01.10.2019: no credit

Interdisciplinary Bachelor "Außerschulischer Schwerpunkt", module key competencies
area A

B.Sc. Technical Education, module key competencies
a) Start of studies before 01.10.2019: area B
b) Start of studies from 01.10.2019: area B


23. Sep. 2021


Room via Stud.IP