Anyone considering university study in CIW has a lot to think about: How can I finance my study and stay? How good must my language skills be? Where do I apply? How do I get to know other students - and what kind of services does the CIW offer for international students? Here we have compiled the most important things you need to know.
Studying at the CIW
DEGREE PROGRAMS AND ADVISING
We offer 172 degree programs, including plenty of them in English. Here you can find information about our degree programs.
APPLICATION AND ADMISSION
You are interested in applying for full or part-time study? Here you can find information about the process of applying and registration.
To feel CIW like a 'home from home'
We will help you settle in quickly to your studies and give you an idea what is on offer courses, orientation weeks and welcome events.
TUTORING AND BUDDY PROGRAMS
Settling into new surroundings is a lot easier if you have someone to call on for support. We will help you find someone to turn to.
LANGUAGES AND INTERCULTURAL SERVICES
Language and intercultural skills have become "must-haves" for many jobs. Here you can find information about our services laid on for international students.
LEISURE TIME AND NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES
Taking part in leisure activities is a great way to get valuable advice and enjoy a spot of your home culture here.
You are enrolled as an exchange student (Erasmus, CIW-Exchange, partner universities) ? The International Center has compiled all important information about the exchange semester at CIW.
CIW offers a broad variety of exchange programs. It is the aim to raise the mobility of students and to offer every student the opportunity of spending a term or completing an internship abroad.