Welcome Buddy Program Listen The Welcome Buddy Program supports exchange students in getting started with their studies and everyday life in Flensburg. We provide incoming students with a student Welcome Buddy, who has been enrolled at the EUF for at least two semesters and can help you to find their way around Flensburg and the university. Be a WelcomeBuddy! Get a Welcome Buddy!
Questions about start of Studies? The Central Student Counseling Service is the first point of contact for both prospective students and enrolled students on all questions relating to studies. Welcome! Listen Your studies are beginning and we warmly welcome you at the Europa-Universität Flensburg! In the navigation bar on the left side you will find instructions and important information that will help guide you through the first weeks of your studies at the Europa
Your contact person International Students may find general information about earning a doctorate in Germany here and further information about finances and scholarships on the International Center (IC) of EUF's website. Continuing education for PhD students is provided by the Centre for Scientific Further Education (ZWW) of EUF. Young scientists Listen Doing a PhD in Flensburg Network for PhD students "D[ok]Net"
Internships Abroad Listen Apart from co-operating with many partner universities, Europa-Universität Flensburg also offers students the chance to gain practical experience abroad. Teacher Training students can get to know different education systems and everyday life in schools outside Germany through one of our partner institutions . Teaching assistantships can also be applied for with the Pädagogischer Austauschdienst (PAD). General information to help find an internship can be accessed here .
ZIMT Listen The Centre for Information and Media Technologies (ZIMT) is the central point of contact for all questions and problems relating to information and media technology. You can find information on all of the services provided by ZIMT on the link below, including services for students such as: Studiport (web portal for students), e-mail, wi-fi, access data, e-learning and photocopiers,... Click here to visit ZIMT' website !
yourself entirely by working part-time while studying and it is not easy finding a part-time job in Flensburg as the job market for students is very competitive. Most importantly, experience shows that employers require you to have good German language skills before considering your job application. Here you can find an overview of the legal regulations when looking for a part-time job in Germany. To find job offers there are the following possibilities: The career service of the Campus Flensburg, CampusCareer, has a list of job offers and internships for students in Germany and Denmark