Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to Coronavirus measures

From 2 November 2020, the university switched to extended emergency operation.

Further information to the measures of the permanent crisis team can be found here

 

Frequently Asked Questions and their answers to the current situation in the areas of Incoming and Outgoing Students/Staff of the International Office can be found in the following.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions of international students at HOST
Who can I ask in case of problems?

Please contact the International Office with any kind of problem. You can reach the Incoming Coordinator, Mrs. Wendlandt, by phone or e-mail.

I have slipped into financial distress. How do I get support?

The funds provided by the Ministry of Education of the State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern have already been exhausted.

Alternatively, we would like to draw your attention to the financial aid from the federal government: https://www.überbrückungshilfe-studierende.de/start or the student loans from the KfW-Bank with an interest rate of 0%, which will now also be applicable (for a limited period) to foreign students. From 01 June you can apply for a KfW-Studienkredit. More information on this can be found via this link: https://www.kfw.de/inlandsfoerderung/Privatpersonen/Studieren-Qualifizieren/KfW-Studienkredit/KfW-Corona-Hilfe-f%C3%BCr-Studierende/

I have questions regarding my courses and schedule. Where do I find my contact persons and how do I reach them?

You can find important contact persons for the suitable faculties of your study courses on the website of the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund: Hochschule Stralsund > HOST > Fakultäten > Elektrotechnik und Informatik/Maschinenbau/Wirtschaft > Ansprechpartner

Moreover, you can find an overview of all staff members and lecturers of the university here: https://www.hochschule-stralsund.de/en/host/the-university/staff/

Please contact your contact persons via e-mail.

Are offices of the administration of the university for example the study offices, Studierendenwerk Greifswald or the International Office in House 1 currently open for students?

The entire campus area is accessible again. Nevertheless, the regulations for public access to the university remain. Accordingly, the first contact must be made by mail, e-mail or telephone and only if it is unavoidable in individual cases to receive visitors on site, an appointment must be made in advance. It should be noted that a mouth-and-nose cover must be worn in all university buildings and also outside at the entire campus area if a minimum distance of 1.50 m cannot be maintained.

I am an ERASMUS-Student at the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund. Where do I find information regarding the implementation of the programme during the crisis?

The application period for the winter semester 2020/21 is finished for exchange students. The semester will start on 12 October with the International Welcome Week and will presumably be a hybrid semester. This means that there will be both- digital teaching and attendance phases.

General information about Erasmus in connection with Corona can be found here: https://www.daad.de/en/coronavirus/

 

 

I need information on the status of my visa or residence permit. What do I need to know?

If you have been living in Germany for a longer period of time and your residence permit is about to expire, please fill out the application for extension.
If you are applying for a residence permit for the first time, please fill out this application form. Submit the respective completed application form and all necessary documents to the Immigration Office in Stralsund:

Immigration Office (Ausländerbehärde)

Marienstraße 1
18439 Stralsund  

Opening hours:

Tuesday 9.00 - 12.00 and 13.30 - 18.00

Thursday 9.00 - 12.00 and 13.30 - 16.00


The processing of the application may take a few weeks. Should your visa or residence permit expire soon, please ask for a so-called fictional certificate (Fiktionsbescheinigung).


If you are abroad and have questions about your visa, please contact the German Embassy in your country.

What do I need to consider when entering Germany and what are the quarantine rules?

If you have entered Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (the federal state, where Stralsund is located in) from a (national or international) COVID-19-risk-area, you are obliged to undergo a molecular biological test (PCR test) and to be quarantined. The current list of international COVID-19-risk-areas can be found on the following website: www.rki.de/covid-19-risikogebiete, COVID-19-risk-areas within Germany are updated on this website: https://www.lagus.mv-regierung.de/Gesundheit/InfektionsschutzPraevention/Daten-Corona-Pandemie. PCR tests are currently accepted from all countries of the European Union and from the countries mentioned here.

This means that you have to be tested for an infection with SARS-CoV-2 48 h before or at the latest 72 h after entering Germany or Mecklenburg-Vorpommernand proceed directly to your own home or any other suitable accommodation and stay there permanently for a period of 14 days. You are also obliged to immediately contact the local health department in Stralsund regarding your entry and whereabouts and to inform them also in case of symptoms indicating an illness with COVID-19:

Landkreis Vorpommern-Rügen
Fachdienst Gesundheit
Carl-Heydemann-Ring 67
18437 Stralsund
Phone: 0049 3831 357 2301
mail:  FD33@lk-vr.de

The quarantine can be ended at an earlier date by the local health department by retesting after 5 to 7 days. Information on this can be obtained directly from the local health department.

The quarantine regulations and other legal provisions, as well as information about Corona in the district can be found on the website of the district Vorpommern-Rügen under: https://www.lk-vr.de/Willkommen/Corona

 

 

Are the offices such as the Residents' Registration Office and the Immigration Office still closed?

The Residents' Registration Office and the Immigration Office are open for visitors again.

Immigration Office (Ausländerbehörde) Stralsund

Marienstraße 1
18439 Stralsund  

Opening hours:

Tuesday   9.00 – 12.00 and 13.30 - 18.00

Thursday   9.00 – 12.00 and 13.30 - 16.00

 

Residents' Registration Office (Ordnungsamt) Stralsund

Schillstraße 5-7
18439 Stralsund

Opening hours:

Monday 8 – 12 Uhr

Tuesday 8 – 12 Uhr und 13 - 18 Uhr

Wednesday by appointment only

Thursday 8 – 12 Uhr und 13 - 16 Uhr

Friday 8 – 12 Uhr 

I want to help during this hard time. What can I personally do?

The most important measure is: Protect yourself and others and stick to the current hygiene rules.

Currently, we are looking for volunteers to support students in quarantine with the supply of daily goods. If you are interested, please contact the International Student Coordinator (international.students@hochschule-stralsund.de).

 

Where do I get more information regarding the current situation, measures etc.?

In the University’s Corona section under https://www.hochschule-stralsund.de/corona/ you can find up to date and regularly updated information about the current situation at the University as well as measures for preventing a further spread of the virus.

The administrative district of Vorpommern-Rügen also provides information at https://www.lk-vr.de/Willkommen/Corona about current developments regarding the corona pandemic in the district as well as in the federal state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

For information in English we suggest checking out the official website of the World Health Organization https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019.

Moreover, you can get information on the website and live blog of the news portal Tagesschau:https://www.tagesschau.de/thema/coronavirus/. An English translation of the live blog is daily updated here: https://www.lengoo.de/blog/tag/covid-19-live-blog/

The mentioned sources are offering reliable information.

Frequently Asked Questions to PROMOS scholarships
!!!The following information are as of the current status (07.04.2020)!!!

As soon as we receive further or new information, we will update the FAQ as soon possible. We kindly ask for your understanding due to the fact that finding solutions for all students consume a lot of time during the current situation and we would like to thank you in advance for your patience. Please also find important information on the website of DAAD

I intend to start a study or internship abroad. Can I start my PROMOS mobility?

We are currently advising against starting a stay abroad.

 

What do I need to do if I do not start my mobility?

Please write an E-Mail to international.office@hochschule-stralsund.de with

1) a short explanation why the mobility must be cancelled,

2) the planned start date of the mobility,

3) evidence about incurred costs.

Will the scholarship be paid if I do not start my stay abroad?

Fixed rates for the stay abroad can only be paid for the respective period in which the student stayed abroad for the purpose of studying. Additional, already paid mobility rates must be reclaimed back (regulations for half/full rates apply here).

 

Some costs already incurred for me because of the planned mobility. Are they refundable?

If the stay abroad, that was initiated by a PROMOS scholarship, is not taken up, the scholarship cannot be paid. If the scholarship was already paid, the payment must be returned.

Regardless of whether a mobility rate was paid or not to finance a study abroad, evidenced costs (e.g. flight or train tickets, cancellation costs, visa fees and costs for vaccines) which occurred due to non-cancellable travel bookings shall be refundable to the maximum of the amount of the mobility fixed rate which applies to the particular country. Costs for travel insurances CANNOT be reimbursed.

Actual, non-cancellable expenses for the stay abroad (e.g. rent deposits) shall be refunded to the maximum of the amount of the mobility fixed rate which applies to the particular country and in terms of economic feasibility. 

In this context we would like to remind you of your duty of mitigation (e.g. conclusion of a travel cancellation insurance, travel bookings at a later point of time).

Generally, only actual necessary cancelation/rebooking costs that cannot be legitimated in another way can be reimbursed with evidence only. This evidence must be submitted reasonably (e.g. cancellation of flights by the airline, departure constraints). The documents will be kept by the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund for documentary purposes. 

Non-cash benefits (e.g. air tickets) that sponsored persons receive need to be considered when calculation overruns as well.

However, we are currently checking the possibilities of cost absorption since the resources of the programme nearly exhausted to the fullest. A refund of costs can therefore not be confirmed until a final clarification by the DAAD.

I am currently performing my studies or internship abroad. Can I cancel my PROMOS mobility?

All PROMOS sponsored persons worldwide can end their stay abroad early if desired.

Meanwhile the Federal Foreign Office published a worldwide travel warning. You should immediately consider and use possibilities to return. For finding a decision, please also consider that the situation is developing in some countries very dynamically and unpredictably. The numbers of Corona-infected can increase suddenly in every country. At the same time regular travel connections decrease sharply and issued travel constraints rise worldwide. The increasing numbers of people infected will burden local health systems eventually. Besides the health infrastructure of a country, the political stability and general security standard in the host country should also be considered when deciding. You should not assume that a return programme by the German government will be implemented in every country if the situation gets worse.

 

What do I have to do if completely drop out of the mobility?

Please write an E-Mail to international.office@hochschule-stralsund.de with

1) a short explanation why the mobility must be cancelled,

2) the actual period of the mobility (start and end date),

3) evidence about incurred costs.

What will be refunded if I end my stay abroad if no mobility fixed rate was paid?

Fixed rates for the stay abroad can only be paid for the respective period in which the student stayed abroad for the purpose of studying. Additional, already paid mobility rates must be paid back (regulations for half/full rates apply here).

If the stay abroad must be ended early within the PROMOS mobility period, costs for a new return flight or costs for a change of bookings shall be refundable.

Regardless of whether a mobility rate was paid or not to finance a study abroad, evidenced costs (e.g. flight or train tickets, cancellation costs, visa fees and costs for vaccines) which occurred due to non-cancellable travel bookings shall be refundable to the maximum of the amount of the mobility fixed rate which applies to the particular country. Costs for travel insurances CANNOT be reimbursed.

Actual, non-cancellable expenses for the stay abroad (e.g. rent deposits) shall be refunded to the maximum of the amount of the mobility fixed rate which applies to the particular country and in terms of economic feasibility. 

In this context we would like to remind you of your duty of mitigation (e.g. conclusion of a travel cancellation insurance, travel bookings at a later point of time).

Generally, only actual necessary cancelation/rebooking costs that cannot be legitimated in another way can be reimbursed with evidence only. This evidence must be submitted reasonably (e.g. cancellation of flights by the airline, departure constraints). The documents will be kept by the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund for documentary purposes. 

Non-cash benefits (e.g. air tickets) that sponsored persons receive need to be considered when calculation overruns as well.

However, we are currently checking the possibilities of cost absorption since the resources of the programme nearly exhausted to the fullest. A refund of costs can therefore not be confirmed until a final clarification by the DAAD.

 

How can I take part in the call-back campaigns of the German Foreign Office?

Please register under http://www.rueckholprogramm.de/ so that you will be informed about current planning of the diplomatic missions abroad promptly.

The website rueckholprogramm.de is the central registration for the call-back campaign of the German Foreigner Office. Please use this even if you have already registered under the crisis preparedness list ELEFAND or another program (e.g. Condor).

 

Am I still eligible to receive the PROMOS funding if I am not staying in my host country, but continue my semester abroad via online courses offered by my host university?

PROMOS-scholarship holders that ended their stay abroad but still perform their study objectives in online courses or in a similar way – and therefore fulfil part of the scholarship purpose – can be funded in this period of time with a scholarship until the end of the original mobility period. Scholarships that have not been taken up yet are not eligible to be paid.

You need to submit plausible evidence of performing your study objectives (e.g. registration for online courses, other prove given by your host university). The documents will be kept by the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund for documentary purposes.

Am I still eligible to receive the PROMOS funding if I am not staying in my host country, but continue my internship abroad via Home Office?

PROMOS-scholarship holders that ended their stay abroad but still perform the objectives of the internship via Home Office or in a similar way – and therefore fulfil part of the scholarship purpose – can be funded in this period of time with a scholarship until the end of the original mobility period. Scholarships that have not been taken up yet are not eligible to be paid.

You need to submit plausible evidence of performing your study objectives (e.g. registration for online courses, other prove given by your host university). The documents will be kept by the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund for documentary purposes.

I would like to stay in my host country. Is this possible?

PROMOS-scholarship holders that decide to stay in their host country voluntarily and on their own responsibility, need to take into account that for staying eligible to receive the scholarship in the mobility period need to fulfil the scholarship objectives. The decision, whether the purpose of the scholarship can be met lays with the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund. Therefore, please get in contact with your responsible study course coordinator or study office and the International Office.

If you should decide to stay in your host country, you will do it on your own responsibility to the exclusion of any liability by the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund. We would like to remind you at the same time to register yourself in the “Krisenvorsorgelisten”  of the Federal Foreign Office. About this the German foreign diplomatic mission will send out safety information (“Landsleutebrief”). Please de-register from the list when you returned to Germany.

Please keep yourself updated about the current safety situation. You could, for example, subscribe to the newsletter or install the app by the Federal Foreign Office of your host country to receive safety and travel information. Please read independent news and inform yourself in your social surroundings. Providently collect telephone and emergency numbers of the German foreign diplomatic mission (p.r.n. save them on your mobile phone). You can find the phone numbers on the website of the suitable German foreign diplomatic mission.

What happens if I cannot go back to Germany?

If PROMOS-scholarship holders cannot come back to Germany, the sponsorship for the stay abroad shall be extended (up to a period of six months maximum). However, we are currently checking the possibilities of extending sponsorships since the resources of the programme nearly exhausted to the fullest. An extension of the scholarship can therefore not be confirmed until a final clarification by the DAAD.

What does a plausible proof of my mobility (studies or internship) that is continued online look like?

A plausible proof must have the following characteristics:

  • Personalization - name and, if applicable, matriculation number at the host institution should appear on the document and
  • Purpose of the scholarship - information about the specific courses / tasks that are continued online and / or
  • Confirmation by the person responsible - signature of an authorized person at the host institution

The proof is only valid at the end of the mobility in connection with the form "Anerkennung von Prüfungsleistungen" (Acceptence of exams) and the official Transcript of Records of the partner university respectively the qualified cetificate of employment

An example for the confirmation can be found here

What does a plausible proof of the additional costs look like?

A plausible proof must have the following characteristics:

  • Personalization - to whom the document belongs to and
  • Date of issue - when was the document issued and
  • Situation - what type of cost is present 

The proof is only valid in connection with a proof of the original costs and a traceable explanation regarding the additional costs related to the mobility (difference).

For the accounting process of costs that actually incurred, original documents or certified copies of rental contracts, travel expenses, etc. are required. Only in justified exceptional cases, documents as scans or copies are sufficient. Documents must be in German or English. Scholarship holders should let documents in other languages ​​get translated. If the cost of a certified copy significantly exceeds the amount stated in the document, a simple translation may also be sufficient. Please contact the International Office of Hochschule Stralsund – University of Applied Sciences for further clarifications.

Frequently Asked Questions to ERASMUS+ scholarships
!!! The following information are as of the current status (02.04.2020)!!!

As soon as we have additional or new information, we will publish it in the FAQ immediately. We ask for your understanding that finding solutions together in the interests of the students takes some time in this current exceptional situation and thank you for your patience. You can also find all the information in the FAQs of the DAAD.

How can I take part in the call-back campaigns of the German Foreign Office?

Please register via http://www.rueckholprogramm.de/ to be informed promptly about the current plans of the foreign diplomatic mission. The website rueckholprogramm.de offers the central registration for return back missions of the Federal Foreign Office. Please also use it especially if you have already registered for ELEFAND or another programme (e.g. Condor).

 

 

Am I still eligible to receive the Erasmus+ funding if I am not staying in my host country, but continue my semester abroad via online courses offered by my host university?

Sponsored persons that continue their study mobility abroad via online courses still receive their funding. This requires that all courses are offered by the university of the host country and contribute to the study objectives defined in the Learning Agreement. It is not of importance where the courses are taken up in the host or home country. Hence, the study objectives still must be accomplished (regardless of the place where the courses or exams will be implemented) in order to fulfil the Grant Agreement.

Am I still eligible to receive the Erasmus+ funding if I am not staying in my host country, but continue my internship abroad via Home Office?

Sponsored persons that continue their mobility abroad via home office still receive their funding. This requires that the tasks are offered by your host institution and it requires that the tasks contribute to the objectives defined in the Learning Agreement. It is not of importance if you work via home office in your host or home country. Hence, the objectives still must be accomplished (regardless of the place where the courses or exams will be implemented) in order to fulfil the Grant Agreement.

 

 

How do I have to provide evidence about the final mobility phase?

Please let the institution in your host country know that under the fulfilment of all requirements the confirmation for a stay abroad for the whole period of studies (present phase and E-Learning phase) should be certificated. If this should not be possible due to the current circumstances, an informal correspondence with the partner university that will be submitted to the sponsorship file of the person is sufficient. In this correspondence a confirmation for the whole study abroad should be visible or – as an addition to the existing “Confirmation of Stay” about the present phase – the confirmation of the additional fulfilled E-Learning phase. 

I am performing my studies or internship abroad. Can I cancel my Eramsus+ mobility?

Meanwhile the Federal Foreign Office published a worldwide travel warning. You should immediately consider and use possibilities to return. For finding a decision, please also consider that the situation is developing in some countries very dynamically and unpredictably. The numbers of Corona-infected can increase suddenly in every country. At the same time regular travel connections decrease sharply and issued travel constraints rise worldwide. The increasing numbers of people infected will burden local health systems eventually. Besides the health infrastructure of a country, the political stability and general security standard in the host country should also be considered when deciding. You should not assume that a return programme by the German government will be implemented in every country if the situation gets worse. 

If you should decide to stay in your host country, you will do it on your own responsibility to the exclusion of any liability by the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund.

I would like to stay in my host country. Is this possible?

If you should decide to stay in your host country, you will do it on your own responsibility to the exclusion of any liability by the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund. We would like to remind you at the same time to register yourself in the “Krisenvorsorgelisten” of the Federal Foreign Office. About this the German foreign diplomatic mission will send out safety information (“Landsleutebrief). Please de-register from the list when you returned to Germany.

Please keep yourself updated about the current safety situation. You could, for example, subscribe to the newsletter or install the app by the Federal Foreign Office of your host country to receive safety and travel information. Please read independent news and inform yourself in your social surroundings. Providently collect telephone and emergency numbers of the German foreign diplomatic mission (p.r.n. save them on your mobile phone). You can find the phone numbers on the website of the suitable German foreign diplomatic mission.

I intend to start a study or internship abroad. Can I take up an Erasmus+ mobility?

The Federal Foreign Office published a worldwide travel warning for touristic travels. Because of that, students and teaching staff should not take up a stay abroad at the current time. 

Students should generally inform themselves before departing how the situation in the host country is and should find a decision together with the International Office of the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund.

In the current situation, and in the Erasmus+ programme as well, are personal health and security the top priority.   

What do I have to do if I do not take up my mobility?

Please write an E-Mail to international.office@hochschule-stralsund.de with 1) a short explanation why the mobility must be cancelled, 2) the planned start date of the mobility.

The EU-Survey as well as the 2nd OLS-language test do not have to be taken up in this case.

Some costs already incurred for me because of the planned mobility. Are they refundable?

If the mobility cannot be cancelled cost-neutrally, shall sponsored persons receive back a part of the pre-financing that matches the incurred costs. It is possible that you can also receive back a refund for reserving an accommodation. 

Please keep all evidences and information and provide them to the International Office of the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund. A refund of costs cannot be confirmed until a final clarification by the DAAD.

What should I do if I drop out of the mobility completely?

Please write an E-Mail to international.office@hochschule-stralsund.de with 1) a short explanation why the mobility must be cancelled, 2) the actual period of the mobility (start and end date), 3) subsequently submission of the original evidences or certified copies.

I started my Erasmus+ mobility abroad but had to leave my host country. Can I keep my scholarship?

You are eligible for the funding that covers the time period in which you performed the activities abroad. Example: If the mobility started on January 1 and should end on July 1 and the activities were abandoned on March 15, you are eligible to keep the funding for the time period from January 1 to March 15.

Scholarship holders should get paid or respectively get to keep the remaining funding (from the date you ended the mobility to the planed end date, which would be March 16 to July 1 in the beforementioned example) if one of the following conditions is fulfilled:

a) You are planning to take up the mobility again once it will be possible again in your host country.

b) You are willing to continue the mobility with online-activities (e.g. E-Learning, Home Office) published by your host institution.

c) You have to pay for costs that are directly and exclusively connected to the mobility (e.g. utilities, rent etc. abroad)

If none of the mentioned conditions are met, you cannot get paid  the remaining funding or respectively funding needs to get paid back.

You need to explain in a written way to the International Office of the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund that one of the before mentioned condition is fulfilled and you must submit evidence of the actual accrued costs.

I started my Erasmus+ mobility abroad, courses are not taking place at my host university anymore, but I am still staying in my host university. Can I keep my scholarship?

If you are staying in your host country and:

a) you are still paying for costs that are directly and exclusively connected to your stay abroad (e.g. utilities, rent etc.) and

b) you are participating in study alternatives offered by your host country 

you can keep your funding.

Furthermore, you shall be able to receive an additional funding to cover the time period in which you have to stay abroad due to the Covid-19 crisis and which extents your initial plans of staying abroad. You must provide evidence about the actual accrued costs. Receiving an additional funding cannot be confirmed until a further clarification by the DAAD.

Which evidences do I need to submit if I drop out of the mobility?

To account the actual costs due to force majeure original evidences or certified copies of rental contracts, transport costs etc. are needed. They must be kept in the file of the sponsored person und will, as the circumstances require be reviewed after the conclusion of the projects by the NA DAAD. In reasonable exception cases can the evidences be submitted as a scan or copy. Please get in contact with the International Office of the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund to clarify this.

Can Erasmus+ mobilities that had to be cancelled now be taken up again later?

If you wish to continue your Erasmus+ mobility in the same academic year, this is possible without a renewed application but with a prior written agreement between all partners.

If you wish to catch up on your Erasmus+ mobility in another academic year, please inform yourself about the regular application process at the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund. 

Students can be sponsored by Erasmus+ up to 12 months respectively in the bachelor, master and promotion.

Example: If someone drops out of a mobility after one month, which was initially planned for four months, is eligible for 11 more months in their current study cycle.

What does a plausible proof of my mobility (studies or internship) that is continued online look like?

A plausible proof must have the following characteristics:

  • Personalization - name and, if applicable, matriculation number at the host institution should appear on the document and
  • Purpose of the scholarship - information about the specific courses / tasks that are continued online and / or
  • Confirmation by the person responsible - signature of an authorized person at the host institution

The proof is only valid at the end of the mobility in connection with the Learning Agreement and the official Transcript of Records of the partner university respectively the qualified cetificate of employment.

An example for the confirmation can be found here

 

 

What does a plausible proof of the additional costs look like?

A plausible proof must have the following characteristics:

  • Personalization - to whom the document belongs to and
  • Date of issue - when was the document issued and
  • Situation - what type of cost is present 

The proof is only valid in connection with a proof of the original costs and a traceable explanation regarding the additional costs related to the mobility (difference).

For the accounting process of costs that actually incurred, original documents or certified copies of rental contracts, travel expenses, etc. are required. Only in justified exceptional cases, documents as scans or copies are sufficient. Documents must be in German or English. Scholarship holders should let documents in other languages ​​get translated. If the cost of a certified copy significantly exceeds the amount stated in the document, a simple translation may also be sufficient. Please contact the International Office of Hochschule Stralsund – University of Applied Sciences for further clarifications.

Contact

Wencke Wendlandt

Incoming-Koordinator

Tel:

+49 3831 45 6533

Room:

128, Haus 1

Contact

Janine Ketel

Outgoing Koordinator

Tel:

+49 3831 45 6539

Room:

126, Haus 1

Xu Xiao

Outgoing-Koordinatorin

Tel:

+49 3831 45 6539

Room:

126, Haus 1

The information are as of the 03.07.2020. 

All information are subject to instructions from third parties (e.g. HOST-University of Applied Sciences, DAAD, European Commission, Federal Foreign Office, local authorities, etc.).