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International Teaching and Learning

Internationally oriented teaching

The promotion of foreign mobility, multilingualism and diversity competence are fundamental cross-sectional dimensions of our teaching in all subjects. Our degree programs are internationally oriented and provide all our students with an international and intercultural study experience.

The internationalization of study programs is being moved forward by a series of various projects and other active measures.

International degree programs and double degree programs

Internationally oriented study programs have compulsory stays abroad, double degrees or study courses taught in a foreign language integrated curriculum.

Guidelines for the establishment of double degree programs with partner universities.

International teaching

Erasmus Lecture Mobility

Members of the teaching staff of the University of Bremen can apply for a stay abroad at an Erasmus partner university. Conversely, they can also invite colleagues from partner universities to teach at the University of Bremen. You'll find more about it here .

 

Guest lecturer program

The guest lecturer program gives scholars and scientists from abroad the opportunity to teach by invitation during a limited stay in Bremen. The aim of this initiative is, in particular, to provide non-mobile students with an international learning experience and substantial intercultural competence that they would otherwise only be able to acquire while studying abroad. As of 2017, applications are to be submitted via the Internationalization Fund .

 

[Translate to English:] Studierende

Project MINTernational – Learning from the successful ones

The MINTernational project  seeks to anchor the topic of internationalization in the STEM subjects [German MINT]. The aim is through the networking of stakeholders to arrive at a sustainable exchange among the STEM departments. Until July 2018, the project is being funded by the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft [Donors' Association for the Promotion of Science and Humanities in Germany], the Daimler-Fonds and the Daimler and Benz Foundation.