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Chemnitz University of Technology is actively integrating into the global knowledge community. For this reason it co-operates with more than 100 partner institutions world-wide by the intensive exchange of students and scientists as well as by promoting joint research projects. Furthermore TU Chemnitz is strongly engaged in international networking organizations like the "Academic Consortium 21" which aims to develop a university concept fitting to rapidly changing economic and societal needs as well as to dynamic technological progress in the age of the 21st century.

Additionally, TU Chemnitz is very active in the area of international marketing as an attractive and promising location of studies and science. For this reason the university is present on selected international recruiting and networking fairs world-wide. Despite of its global orientation TU Chemnitz not neglects to also integrate into the neighboring regions. An expression of that objective is the organisation of so-called "taster weeks" for pupils of the neighboring countries Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary within the program "guidance-counselling initiative German partner schools abroad (BIDS)".

Furthermore TU Chemnitz also offers a range of scientific and linguistic summer schools which shall serve i.a. not only to the transfer of knowledge and abilities but also to the further enhancement of cooperation with partner universities world-wide and to the attraction of future international students and PhD-students to TU Chemnitz.

In order to ensure a high quality of international offers, TU Chemnitz has joined the Code of Conduct for German Higher Education Projects Abroad which was elaborated by a group of international experts on invitation of DAAD and German Rectors' Conference.

Concerning all questions and matters regarding internationalisation and international networking of TU Chemnitz the International Office will be happy to assist you.

 

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