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Review Experience Reports WING specific to Engineering & Management Outgoings available at TIW Info (Moodle) and in the database at the International Office containing all Experience Reports HMA.

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Visit Events & Meetings

In the first six weeks after the start of lectures each semester, an information event is offered by the Faculty of Industrial Engineering's international representatives on the topic of "Studying Abroad". Information about place and time can be found on the right.

General information events on studying abroad are also offered by the International Office. Information about time and place can be found on the homepage of the university or directly at the International Office.

Register at Mobility Online

If you are planning a study-integrated stay abroad, you must register at Mobility Online and follow the instructions. Here you will find another click instruction with explanations. When planning your study-integrated stay, the database enables the International Office to provide you with assistance and accompany you before, during, and after your stay abroad.

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For questions concerning your stay contact:

In-depth consulting by TIW and IO

For further questions and more in-depth advice contact via email or make an appointment: 

  • The International Office at the Mannheim University of Applied Sciences is the contact for all students planning a stay abroad or working on international projects. Here you will receive advice on funding opportunities such as national scholarships and third-party funding of international projects and support with the application.
  • The Team IW of our faculty for questions regarding with Information about the process of the program and partner universities, guidance and evaluations of your Application and optimisation of your Credit Transfer

Master Checklist

News des IO

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Susanne Hausi, B.A.

Information & Application

Gebäude L, Raum 355

Stephan Altmann, Prof. Dr. rer. nat.

Application & Credit Transfer

Gebäude L, Raum 156