PLEASE NOTE: THE BUSINESS UNIT FOR INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS IS CURRENTLY CLOSED TO EXTERNAL PARTIES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE CORONA PANDEMIC. You can reach the International Students Office on Mondays an Wednesdays trough Fridays from 9am to 12pm.

You just want to hand in documents?
Please send them by mail or drop them in the mailbox of the International Students Office (next to the door to room 106).

You would like a personal interview?
Please make an appointment with our staff in advance.

News

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Student Survey: recognition of academic achievements

A nationwide survey conducted by the German Rectors' Conference (HRK) is intended to identify optimization possibilities in the recognition and crediting practices of higher education institutions with regard to study and examination achievements and non-university competencies. The survey will run until December 15.

Take part in the survey
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Online Informationsveranstaltung zu EPICradles

On December 16th, 2021, EPICUR-Research is hosting a one-hour session (10-11am CEST) where interested early career researchers will learn how they can participate in an EPICradle and receive funding as well as institutional support to realise their research projects.

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Registration for new EPICUR courses starts today

Attend courses at any of our EPICUR partner universities without leaving the comfort of your home. EPICUR offers interdisciplinary courses as well as language courses. Register before December 15th, 2021 to secure your spot. Visit our EPICUR Inter-University Campus to check out our course catalogue and to register.

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Discover more about the MINTernship on our new blog!

Are you interested in a research stay in the USA? With the MINTernship programme, you can visit our partner university in North Carolina and conduct research there for a semester. Visit our new blog for more insights into life on-site! 

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2nd Annual EPICUR Forum on the 24 – 26 November 2021

This year’s Forum aims at involving students, teachers, researchers, and staff members from the EPICUR universities in different activities dedicated to Innovation & Inclusion.

Different topics and themes surrounding these concepts will be addressed in an interdisciplinary and intercultural fashion.

Discover our programme and sign up using the link below.

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Networking Event for Start-Ups and Companies

To begin a dialogue is a start, but cooperation and joint activities to implement projects or realise products are the goal for start-ups and companies. The format aims to bring together start-ups and companies from both regions with the most diverse interests and motivations for cooperation. It offers participants space to talk to each other, explore project ideas, identify opportunities and to let us know what framework they need for cooperation. 4-6 PM (CET) / 6-8 PM (EAT)

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International Students Office

The International Student Office is the contact point at KIT for all international students and prospective students from abroad as well as for KIT students interested in going abroad.

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International Scholars & Welcome Office

IScO supports international researchers, lecturers, doctoral candidates, postdocs and scholarship holders who come to KIT for a research stay and KIT scientists who plan to go abroad or return from abroad.

 

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Cooperations and Projects

Cooperations and Projects is the central contact point for all international activities at KIT - both for internal and external purpose.

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International Communication

The section deals with all aspects of international communication (print, online und cross-media) and international marketing at KIT.

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Dr. Klaus Rümmele

Head of Business Unit, Temporary Head of International Students Office

+49 721 608-48153

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Pascal Sick

Assistant to the Head of Business Unit

+49 721 608-45958

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