In October 2015, I tought a block seminar on qualitative research methods as an adjunct in Merseburg. The course was part of the Bachelor program in Social Work, which is one of the flagship degrees of the Merseburg University of Applied Sciences.
Since I held the seminar in English, only a tiny group of students found their way into the course. As a result, it was a very intense experience and rather fortunate for me, as I had to devise my prepared course contents several time to adjust them to the students’ previous training.
Also, Merseburg is a surprisingly beautiful town which I would not have visited otherwise.