FAQs About Our Sessions
The most frequently asked questions about our sessions! If you still have any queries, please contact us and we'll be happy to address it.
Do I need to prepare anything for the sessions or have prior knowledge of the topic?
Not at all! We are all here to learn and grow together.
Are the sessions very academic or serious?
The aim of our sessions is to create a fun, engaging and interactive learning environment and we present the topics in a very accessible way so there is nothing to worry about!
Do I need to say something or turn on my camera if I don’t want to?
Equally, turning on your camera is not mandatory however it's always lovely to see everyone's faces!
Are your sessions similar to debates, panel discussions or lessons?
If I sign up, do I need to attend all the sessions?
No you don't! We understand as fellow students that we have many committments, thus feel free to come to sessions when you're available. Nevertheless, we encourage you to commit to as many as you can to be eligible for exclusive benefits. Please visit our Homo Membership System page to learn more!
Who can join The Sapien sessions?
Our sessions are open to anyone under the age of 25 regardless of nationality, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion or geographic location!
How do I join The Sapien sessions?
Simply go to our Sessions page and fill the form! From then on you’ll receive emails directly for all upcoming sessions and once you sign up once, you don't need to again as you will already be a member. Check out our session schedule to see when they're taking place!
What do you talk about in your sessions?
We describe our session topics as 'human-centered' which means we speak about anything that concerns humanity and society, from philosophical questions, current social issues, to everything in between! There's always something for everyone.
How long are the sessions and what's the structure?
They are 40 minutes long and take place fortnightly, usually at 3PM CET. Please see our session calendar to view the schedule!