WU students participating in a semester abroad or in an International Short Program in summer have to take the course Cross-Cultural Competence. The course content and lecturers prepare students for an international experience and teach...
WU bachelor's students who wish to graduate with the IBW major are required to complete an international experience abroad during their studies at WU. The good news is that the IBW international experience can be...
At the beginning of a new phase in life, prospective students and students looking for a new place to study are faced with the questions: Which city matches my own character? And which university is...
In an interview with WU’s Blog, career counselor Robert Langer explains the most important aspects of writing a successful motivation letter. Good to know: Together with the International Office, the WU ZBP Career Center organizes...
For students, faculty, and staff of the WU community, the International Office is often the first point of contact when it comes to finding out about international exchange programs. Because of numerous partnerships and worldwide...
During your studies, a stay abroad is a profitable experience in many respects: You will get to know a different academic environment, make new contacts and broaden your own intercultural horizon. No wonder that international...
Despite travel warnings and restrictions, about 200 exchange students could be welcomed at WU. The International Office has put great effort into communication and advice to give exchange students an optimal and safe start in...
Students who spend a semester abroad not only collect valuable ECTS credits for their programs but also build international friendships and return from their host country with a wealth of new experiences. For all students...
For the first time, the international-oriented ISUWU undergraduate program 2020 will be opened for WU students who intended to apply for a Joint ISU program. Lisa Enzminger studies International Business Administration at WU, attended a...
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