Meet other cultures, improve your language skills, get involved, have fun!
- are a student at the JMU Würzburg or
- are coming form abroad
- are interested in intercultural exchange
- would like to improve your skills and knowledge (languages, intercultural competence, etc.)
The University of Würzburg offers many options:
The Würzburg International Network's (WIN) goal is to integrate the international students and to introduce them to our country and culture. Students organize different events every second Wednesday and also offer day and weekend trips to many different cities in Germany - and, of course, parties! Contact: email@example.com
The working group "Against Racism and Xenophobia" in the Student Council at the University of Würzburg is an association whose goal is to sensitize and inform the community about racism, fascism, social and religious discrimination.
A programme from students for students during the introductory phase of their studies.
Tutors of the International Office
The first days in a foreign country are usually the most challenging.
We are students who have been in Würzburg for some time and we would be happy to help you during your first couple of weeks.
Please inform yourself in advance if the indicated times and places are still correct!
International MeetUPs Würzburg
Wednesdays and saturdays, 7 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Martinz, Martinstraße 21
Further information here
English Language Meetup
Mondays at 8 p.m.
Irish Pixie, Karmelitenstraße 22
Franco-German regulars' table
Fridays at 9:00 p.m.
Café Klug, Peterstraße 12
Further Information here
German-Swedish regulars' table
Mondays at 8 p.m.
Weinstube Pop, Textorstraße 17
Korean-German regulars' table
Check them out on Facebook!
Norwegian-Danish regulars' table
Catalan-German regulars' table
For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Disease, war in their home country or the death of a close relative can cause a financial gap that can not be filled due to the limited work permit in Germany.
Often it is only a small amount of money that decides on success or failure of a life plan.
Here, the association for the support of foreign students in Würzburg, which was founded in December 2013 comes into play. It is registered with the Register of Würzburg as a non profit organization. The fund that is solely supported by membership fees and donations intervenes to help foreign students accidentally fallen into financial difficulties.
The Language Center (ZFS) is your first point of contact at the University of Würzburg to learn languages! The Language Center aims to prepare students linguistically for research or study abroad periods or for jobs in a foreign or international enterprise. Students can choose between courses during the semester and intensive courses during the semester break. The group size is limited to 25 participants, the courses are free or charges (except study-preparatory courses of German as a Foreign Language (DaF). The ZFS offers language trainings at three levels (from beginners' to advanced level).
This offer is directed at students of the University of Würzburg. Two students with different native languages are paired to improve their foreign language knowledge and to exchange intercultural experiences. The language partners determine their own targets, strategies, content and learning time. They can also receive support and tips from the Language Center. Language speakers are always native speakers of the language they are offering.
Würzburg is international and multicultural.
There are a lot of international groups and associations.
Global Systems and Intercultural Competence" (GsiK) is a project unique to Germany, which joins 10 institutions from six faculties of the University of Würzburg. The goal of the project is to devolop a distinguished and scientifically founded teaching program for the acquisition of intercultural competencies of students. These skills are of increasing importance for students of all majors, considering the cultural pluralisation of the environment in which we live.
Asylum, Latin America, Africa, international women's group and more!
Get involved, meet peopgle from all over the wolrd, get information about the working group subjects! The KHG is maintained by the Catholic Church and is open to everybody, no matter which origins or religion.
The ESG (Protestant University's community) - maintained by the protestant church - also offers interesting activities with an international orientation. As in the KHG, everybody, no matter which origin or religion, is very welcome!
Campus for Christ is an interdenominational student movement. The participants meet every tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Vineyard Community (Beethovenstraße 2) to talk about god and a lot of other thins or to sing together.