The GSiK certificates are proof, issued by the University of Würzburg, that you have engaged and qualified in the important field of intercultural competence!
To obtain a GSiK certificate, you can put together your personal event programme from the GSiK event pool, depending on your time and interests. While choosing, you should keep the requirements for the respective certificate in mind.
You can participate in the GSiK programme any time you are enrolled at the JMU.
GSiK points: Every time, you participate in a GSiK single event, you receive a GSiK point.
GSiK areas: Each GSiK event is assigned to one or more GSiK areas.
Categories: GSiK offers courses in two categories: "seminars/block seminars" and "workshops/lectures".
The GSiK certificates
Depending on the number of GSiK events you have attended, you can obtain different certificates for your participation:
GSiK Statement of Attendance
For the successful participation in a GSiK single event (= 1 GSiK point), you can obtain a GSiK statement of attendance upon request. However, these statements are not mandatory for the issuance of a certificate.
You require 5 GSiK points for the GSiK certificate. Each GSiK area must be covered once. At least 2 of those GSiK points must be earned in seminars.
For the extended GSiK certificate you need 10 GSiK points. Each GSiK area must be covered once. At least 4 of those GSiK points must be earned in seminars.
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If you have participated in more events than necessary, the additional events will be listed on your certificate.
The GSiK areas:
All events are assigned, by content, to different areas. This makes the GSiK certificates transparent to employers and thus more valuable to you.
|A||Basics of Interculturality||Introduction to interculturality and basic concepts of interculturality (e.g. culture, strangeness, identity, collectivity, heterogeneity/diversity, discrimination)|
|B||Global Systems||Global systems from a societal, technological, medical, economic, biological and ecological point of view|
|C||Discipline-specific Interculturality||Discipline-specific theories and fields of application of intercultural competences|
|D||Culture-specific Competence||Culture-specific knowledge and competences (e.g. culture-specific courses on nation, gender, disability, age, religion; Semester/Internship abroad; Foreign languages)|
|E||Interdisciplinary Studies||For the E area, you can have courses from all disciplines that are not involved in your department accredited. In case you are studying for a double degree, the subjects of your first degree course count.|
Registration: Participation in the GSiK project does not require a general registration in the programme. The events are open to students of all disciplines and degree programmes. Registration for specific seminars and workshops are to be made via sb@home. Generally, you can participate in lectures without registration!
ECTS points: In some GSiK seminars you can achieve a GSiK point and ECTS credits for your degree programme at the same time. The responsible lecturer determines the prerequisites for passing the seminars!
Participation List: Enter your name in the list of participants at each GSiK event and sign them! This ensures that your participation is documented and can be accredited to the GSiK certificate.
Personal Event Overview: On your personal event overview, you will continuously note in which events you have participated and for which GSiK areas they may be accredited.
For events before the winter semester 17/18: All events up to and including summer semester 2017 can be accredited for areas A, B, C or D (own choice). For the E area, you have to attend an event outside of your degree programme.
If you have participated in the required amount of events needed for one of the GSiK certificates, you can apply for your certificate at the GSiK office!
Your Personal Event Overview.
Your current enrolment certificate.
If applicable: confirmation of your stays abroad. If you stayed abroad during the course of your studies and would like your studies accredited on the certificate (in the GSiK-area D). This includes all study-related experiences, such as semesters abroad, internships abroad, summer schools etc.
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