Our international projects aim at accompanying international prospective and current students through their whole academic pathway and their preparation for their labour market entry. Thus, we see ourselves in a promising position to
support international students in their respective
search efforts in the best way possible before, at the beginning
and during their studies.
At Heilbronn University, the following projects are currently being supported and funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). On the following pages you will find more detailed information, objectives and insights into project-related implementations.
"As an internationally oriented University of Applied Sciences with networks around the globe, we foster internationality and exchange by offering a wide range of foreign language teaching programmes and courses for students from other countries."
Further development of the internationalisation strategy
Digital concepts for international collaborative learning
International support and advice service
Project duration: October 2019 - September 2023
Development of double degree programmes
International Career Service
International research project (VR vehicle simulator)
Duration: February 2020 - Januar 2024
Modern Programs according to German Quality Standards and Accreditation
Combination of academic teaching and practical project work
Cooperation between different German universities
The GIU is being set up under the leadership of the Berlin University of Applied Sciences (HTW) and in cooperation with several German universities, including the Berlin School of Economics and Law, Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences and Ulm University of Technology. At HHN, the faculties T1 (Mechanics and Electronics) and WV (Economics and Transport) are involved.
The GIU project is funded in the DAAD programme group Transnational Education (TNB) and Scholarships for German Higher Education Projects Abroad.
The DAAD funds the projects HHN INVEST-PRO³ and HHN-IDEAL within the programme initiative UAS.International from grants of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
The PeerConnect project is funded within the DAAD programme "STIBET II - Model projects to improve the welcoming culture" from funds of the German Federal Foreign Office (AA).