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Exchange Students

Studying in Germany

Every year many students leave their home universities from all over the world and spend one or even two semesters in Düsseldorf in order to gain their first experience abroad. For many of them it’s an important and valuable experience for a future career and a great chance to socialise with international students, professors and people working in companies.

Of course, a student party every now and again at the weekend is a part of university life and is a great chance for networking and getting to know many different people.

Contact persons

Campus North

Jörg Bukowski
Hans-Böckler-Strasse 33 (3rd floor), Room 5
Tel: +49 (0) 211 / 4351-9314
E-Mail: joerg.bukowski@fh-duesseldorf.de

Campus South

Michaela Petri
Room 00.65, Building 23.31
Tel: +49 (0) 211/81-11908
E-Mail: michaela.petri@fh-duesseldorf.de

Further Information

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What our incoming students say:

"This exchange experience was full of culture, knowledge, joy, trips, different languages but specially it has been full of amazing people who made each moment special. Living in another country makes you realize that you were missing so much about the world. Düssedorf is my second home now, this city is beautiful and is a great place to meet kind people. If I would have the opportunity to do it again, I would say yes."

Pamela Luján Segura, Universidad de Lima
exchange student in winter semester 2013/14

"What is waiting for everyone during the exchange? I would say that it is probably the best time out of all the education years! This is the time of seeing new places, meeting amazing people, creating relationships that will last for years to come, getting to know other cultures, but most importantly - shaping own personality. This exchange is some priceless experience that brings smile on my face every time I think of it. Time goes by really fast, though, and now it definitely feels like a part of my heart will always stay in Duesseldorf. Exchange times might be over, but memories will last forever!"

Olena Solomko, Lazarski University
exchange student in winter semester 2014/15

From left to right: Annika Lommi (Jyväskylä University, Finnland), Vanessa Martínez (Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexiko), Pamela Luján (Universidad de Lima, Peru), Jaakko Rosala (Jyväskylä University, Finnland)

winter semester 2013/14

From left to right: Ana Jimena Rosales (Tec de Monterrey, Mexico), Olena Solomko (Lazarski University, Polen), Juliette le Gallo (Université de Rennes, Frankreich), Amira Omram (Jyväskylä University, Finnland)

winter semester 2014/15

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06.02.2015 - 13:41

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