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Welcome to CUT for refugees

"Welcome to Chemnitz University of Technology" for refugees interested in studies or studying

Photo: Mandy Weikelt - my:uniquate GmbH

The project "Welcome to Chemnitz University of Technology (CUT)" is dedicated to refugees at Chemnitz who are interested in studies or studying. It is funded within the program "Welcome - students engage for refugees" by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). According to this mission, although the project is coordinated by the International Office, it will be implemented "from students for (prospective) students".

Within the project, the following measures will me implemented in the years 2017/2018:

The ongoing of this project will be continously documented on this website. Thus, the information materials, once elaborated, will be provided for download and also the exact dates and locations of the orientation event, the consultation hours and the intercultural trainings will be announced. Furthermore, all necessary information will be given for applying to participate in the events mentioned. For this reason, it is always worth it to have a look at this website!

The project team is looking forward to see you and is also always open and grateful for your comments and ideas! In case of questions or need for further information, you are welcome to address - according to the respective topic - to the contact persons enumerated below who are voluntarily at your disposal.

Photo: Steve Conrad

The project "Welcome to Chemnitz University of Technology" for refugees interested in studies is

Jennifer Bosniatzki

(Project coordination)
Room:
Bahnhofstraße 8, G103
Telephone:
+49 371 531-33072
Visiting Hour:
Tuesday 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
or by appointment

Sören Götting

(consultation, information events)

Sarah Raether

(graphic)

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