Please see below for details of our most important cooperation partners in the field of internationalisation.
Berlin International College (BIC)
Berlin International College (BIC) offers preparatory courses for bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, IT, and related disciplines.
As an FHWS cooperation partner, BIC has expanded its services to also helping to prepare students for the BA in Business and Engineering, BA in Logistics and BA in Mechatronics taught in English offered at FHWS. The first cohort of BIC graduates will commence their English-language degree in engineering at FHWS in the winter semester 2016/17.
For more information on BIC’s offers, please see www.berlin-international-college.de.
German-Jordanian University (GJU)
The German-Jordanian University (GJU) in Amman is a Jordanian state university whose practical, applied programmes are oriented to the model of German universities of applied sciences.
The GJU is a key partner for FHWS in the MA in International Social Work with Refugees and Migrants. In light of the country’s geographic and political situation as well as the many refugees in Jordan, the programme contents planned can be imparted with a targeted, applied orientation.
For more information on the GJU’s offers, please see www.german-jordanian.org (German only).
of International School Mainfranken (ISM)
The International School Mainfranken (ISM) is a private, international school located in the Mainfranken region offering high-quality education with an international perspective.
The university is particularly grateful for networking with partners in the region within the scope of internationalisation at FHWS. With its international baccalaureate and bilingual education, the ISM optimally prepares students for studies at FHWS.
For more information on the ISM’s offers, please see the-ism.de.
The 3IN Alliance – The European University Alliance of Inclusion, Integration and Involvement – was established as a knowledge creating and learning community consisting of 95 000 students, 8 000 teachers, researchers and administrators, and hundreds of stakeholders of seven diverse universities and universities of applied sciences, located in all parts of Europe.
The fundamental purpose of the 3IN Alliance and the ambitious long-term goal set to our European University Alliance is to co-create an innovative, novel modus operandi for a better-connected and interlinked world – a world where no one is left behind.
Regardless of significant differences and varying profiles, all institutions share a strong commitment to human dignity, social justice, and diversity, and base their long-term vision of sustainable wellbeing economies for Europe on these values. The seven universities have set themselves the goal of bringing Europe closer together through integration of their students, teachers and staff, the inclusion of various types of universities and all their specifics, with the involvement of society.
The 3IN-Alliance will transform the seven higher education institutions through joint innovations. It will create lifelong-learning paths for all members as well as feasible ways to scale results amongst each other. Inclusive contact-points will be developed in order to widen the common network.
Further information on the 3IN-Alliance can be found here: https://www.3inalliance.eu/