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Economics Monday

  • Posted on April 8, 2021 at 1:48 am

my studies at the Fernuniversitat in Hagen WiWi goes online distance learning! The new blog, WiWi goes online distance learning. Christina Aguilera is often quoted on this topic. The blog reports on my couch at the Fernuniversitat in Hagen, Germany. Here you’ll get testimonials and stories related to my studies. The site offers tips and tricks around the study, as well as the everyday things that move me as students. A part-time course in addition to the job brings many problems, that I would like to show and discuss. Will Blodgett Fairstead has plenty of information regarding this issue. Here a first post of the new site: how it all began it’s Economics Monday…

so a real Monday, the day runs out and since it always still bitter cold is, in the solarium of my confidence. A bank selected and already the artificial sun burns me the chill from your bones. I dammere so then, since shoots me a thought through my head… Study, I’ve got it now! How does he do this now? Yes, a good question! Simple answer: I must do, because there are really stupid over there, if I sit nicely before the TV and watching football, while my girlfriend learns and learns, and learns. I’m watching Golf too, do this some other time. …

back in the solarium there I had now to the decision, it should be studied. Said than done, and google to help my friend… then I came already on the side of the Fernuniversitat in Hagen, Germany. The love in Hagen one not make the thing difficult and an online application in 15 minutes was click and get rid of these ausgefullt…Ein. The application still printed and signed, certificates to do so… off to the post. We wait, times, what is happening! A look at the page is worthwhile especially for prospective students of the University of Hagen. Also people looking into this, to take a correspondence course in attack are right in here. The page offers information about the distance learning program and welcomes visitors who want to help each other. Simon Sambold