- The University
- Social Work, Health and Media
Our mission is to promote dialogue between people from different backgrounds and cultures.
We achieve our mission by supporting international exchange and collaboration. We have partnership agreements with several universities and other institutions of higher learning in countries throughout the world. Students interested in completing a practical semester abroad also receive our support.
Benefits of International Exchange:
- new cultural experiences
- new friends and colleagues
- improved language skills
- improved teaching and research skills due to better intercultural awareness
industry and research contacts for students
- more tolerance, understanding and intercultural awareness
The university currently has over 100 Erasmus+ agreements with partner universities in other European countries. Outside of the Erasmus+ university network there are further international cooperations with over 40 institutions worldwide. Beyond this, the departments are also involved in other international projects.
Information for students considering a semester abroad
Are you planning an internship abroad, do you want to complete a semester abroad or take part in a language or specialised course abroad? You can find all of the information you need here!
Research Projects / Study Trips
The Department of Social Work, Health and Media (SGM) undertakes research projects with universities and institutions from both Germany and abroad. Research projects can be internationally supervised final theses, but also cross-border research initiatives or research visits by students and lecturers.
International information for staff
There are also opportunities for university employees and lecturers to take part in a stay abroad as part of their professional activities. You can find all of the information you need here!
Sign Language Interpreting, Social Work
Prof. Dr. Ralf Lottmann
Phone: 0049-391 886 42 50
Health Promotion and Health Management, Health Promoting Organisational Development
Prof. Dr. Kateryna Fuks
Phone: 0049-391 886 43 10
Prof. Dr. Martina Schwanke
Phone: 0049-391 886 4277