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12072: Self-Management Skills for Academic, Work and Personal Life
21 Feb
21. Feb. 2022

12072: Self-Management Skills for Academic, Work and Personal Life

Tina Patel, Trainer & Coach


  • Monday, 21st February 2022 | 09am–05pm

  • Thuesday, 22nd February 2022 | 09am–05pm
  • Wednesday, 23rd February 2022 | 09am–05pm

* at the full hour

This face-to-face seminar takes place in English and on campus. The room is specified in Stud.IP.

Course Content:
Being a student is a full-time job that comes with a lot of responsibilities, demands and stresses of its own. Many students also have a part-time job and some are living in a new country for the first time. All of this requires additional resources. Then there is the basic need to spend quality time with friends and family.

How can students manage these different roles and its requirements and also lead a balanced life? By learning early on how to organize, prioritize and manage time. This can help to stay focused and to reach set goals and objectives.

Also, by developing interpersonal skills such as establishing good rapport, conflict management, and flexibility in thinking can promote effective communication with professors and fellow students.

Moreover, our current VUCA world (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous), demands developing new muscles such as resilience for coping with different challenges. 

Only a combination of skill sets can help to reach academic, professional and personal goals. It can also save a lot of time and prevent unnecessary stress in the long run.    

Learning Goals:

  • Setting goals, priorities and time management
  • Developing interpersonal skills; effective communication and conflict management
  • Coping mechanism for dealing with stress and ways to develop resilience
  • Collecting various tools and strategies for academic, work and personal success

Study Performance:
Full attendance and active participation, involving in practical exercises and role play, reflecting of practical exercises, presenting of work results, completion of possible tasks 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:

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 B
b) Start of studies from 01.10.2019: no credit

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

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


21. Feb. 2022


Präsenz, Raumangabe in Stud.IP