International Affairs

In today´s world academic life is characterized by the high degree of mobility of academics transiting between universities, countries, regions and continents. This is as true of the Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research at Bremen University as it is elsewhere. Students and colleagues / associates / visiting fellows from various partner universities are able to present their current research work and debate relevant topics with us. Productive long-term partnerships are often the outcome of this lively exchange of concepts and ideas. Students on our courses (BA in Kuwi and MA in Transcultural Studies) gain valuable experience during semesters spent abroad at European and non-European partner universities, and gain exposure to current topical areas in internationally taught Anthropology programs while discovering new research fields. They also have the opportunity of enhancing language skills in academically relevant foreign languages. The wide-ranging skills that freshly graduated students of Anthropology and Cultural Research acquire thanks to optional stays abroad are all added extras when it comes to job market prospects / further qualifications relevant to subsequent international and transcultural careers.

You can find further information via the following links:

    • if you wish to attend the University of Bremen as a visiting international student or visiting lecturer at the Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research click here: Incoming Students
    • if you are a regularly enroled student on a BA program at the University of Bremen and wish to organize a semester abroad or an internship abroad click here: Outgoing Students B.A.

For all further enquiries feel free to contact our International Support Team

Dr. Martina Grimmig: grimmigprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

Dr. Cordula Weissköppel: cweisskoeppelprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

Wiltrud Hoffmann (Careers Center FB9, internships abroad)