I am the person who is not very much into politics but loves negotiations so at first I wasn't sure about the course but decided to give it a try, and it was the best decision I made that term.
Professor Peggy Terletzki's choice of literature was very interesting, while preparing for the first practical class I could find something new about rational choice theory and how it is implemented in practice.
During the course we had very gripping games and discussions. We were given enough time to think and communicate, to fight our shyness, while playing very interesting and sometimes psychologically intense games. Big thanks to Prof. Peggy Terletzki for her careful attitude about corona and all the precaution measures (at that time in-person classes weren't absolutely forbidden) but in the same time very engaging atmosphere.
Yet the best part of the course, and my personal great thanks to prof. Peggy, is that because of it all I found amazing friends. The course is built the way that when you finish it you know your colleagues on a deep level, you learn to see their behavioral patterns, motivations and core values. After it my class of 8 people felt like one big family. And we are still in touch, playing some games and just having deep conversations.
If I could, I would take the course all over again. Never thought playing can be so useful for studying.
Thank you, prof. Peggy, for making my Erasmus experience great and helping me find new friends <3