Together for tomorrow: WiSo 2030

International

International

We have more than doubled our range of international study programs in recent years, thereby gaining global visibility. Both international students and German students in international degree programs acquire substantial linguistic and intercultural skills through our professional language concept. Almost every course of study offers students mobility windows for stays abroad. We promote exchange with international scientists through international block weeks, summer schools, guest lectures and global classroom formats. All administrative employees can take part in transfer programs with international partner universities and thereby gain valuable insights into the administration of foreign scientific institutions. We enable students and all employees to particularly emphasize the acquisition of intercultural skills and to develop a global mindset.

 

On the way to the International Campus

2

international core courses

Core courses for international students are eight-semester course models in which the first two semesters focus on study orientation and German acquisition before entering the six-semester specialist course.

 

8

international courses

International Event Management Shanghai (B.A.), International Physiotherapy (B.Sc.), International Management (B.A.), International Business and Management (B.A.), International Economics and Sustainability (B.A.), Physiotherapy (B.Sc.), International Business and Management (M.A.) and Management in Nonprofit-Organisations are internationally oriented courses, five of them can be studied entirely in English.

 

10

International Study Programs

International Study Programs include courses amounting to at least 30 ETCS in English.

 

20

international guest lecturers/year

Every year, 20 international guest lecturers teach at the faculty in courses in which a total of around 500 students take part.

 

120

modules for guest students

International guest students can choose from a range of more than 120 individual modules.

 

350

students

Every year over 350 students take part in around 15 international excursions.

 

1,250

students in international block weeks

Every year, 50 international block weeks take place in which around 1,250 students take part.

 

Internationalization goals by 2030

More diversity on campus

The number of international university members, especially the number of international degree-seeking students, should be increased. The goal is for at least 10 percent of international students to be enrolled in the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences.

 

More international experience

The number of graduates with study-related experience abroad should be increased. The Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences aims to increase the proportion of its graduates with at least three months of experience abroad from the current 19 to 25 percent.

 

Fields of action