Mentorate (Ecclesiastical Study Support)
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"Mentorship is ..." - Voices from students
- Rebecca (Student)
The Mentorate is a place to come together where sharing, fellowship, creativity, and discovering new things together are central.
- Minh Dang (Student)
For me, mentorship is how shared faith is imagined and desired.
- Saskia (Student)
It is a constant encounter with oneself, one's friends and one's faith in ever different ways.
- Johannes (Student)
The mentorate connects us students through the diverse offerings, such as pilgrimages, cooking and baking evenings, conversations or game and movie nights and accompanies us on our personal faith journey during our studies.
The mentorship is a meaningful addition to the study of theology, a place of encounter as well as a way of arriving in Kassel.
What and why?
In the Mentorat, an institution of the diocese of Fulda, you will be trained until you apply for the "Ecclesiastical Teaching Permit"church teaching license. So you always have two pillars: a big one in the university, during your studies - and next to it a small one in the mentorate.
The ecclesiastical study support in the mentorate offers you a forum for exchange and encounter with other students, for dealing with professional and ecclesiastical topics, with personal questions of faith, doubts and much more.
The mentorate supports you in developing and representing a reflected point of view in the Catholic faith and in the Church. This takes place in the form of binding elements, which are described in the so-called "Study Companion", and open offers, which are designed by students as a semester program.