Going Abroad Session

June 21, 2023, 1:00 p.m. (CEST)

Learn more about exchange opportunities and why a stay abroad pays off in every respect!

Time: 6/21/23, 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Event language: English
Meeting mode: in presence
Venue: building ETI 1, Room 4.282 (4th floor)
Pfaffenwaldring 47, Campus Vaihingen
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Thinking outside the box, leaving your comfort zone and living abroad for a while - this is not only an exciting personal experience and enrichment, it will also make you more attractive for prospective employers.

The easiest and probably most cost-effective time in life to go abroad for some months (or longer) is during your studies. Whether with a student exchange semester, as part of a research stay for your thesis or for an internship. There are many different possibilities, which we want to inform about in our Going Abroad Session on June 21, 2023 as part of the International Days of Faculty 5.

Learn more about funding programs such as Erasmus+, get to know new and established partner universities and cooperation projects of our faculty and talk to alumni about their experiences abroad.



Welcome | Prof. Stephan ten Brink, Head of  Institute of Telecommunications (INÜ) and Study Dean M.Sc. INFOTECH

Study abroad (worldwide) | Erika Bäcker, International Office of the University of Stuttgart

Going abroad with Erasmus+ and other exchange opportunities at Faculty 5 | Virginie Herbasch, Stefanie Anstein & Katrin Schneider, Faculty 5

Roundtable with Faculty 5 Students & Alumni:

  • Mattea Eckstein, M.Sc., Research associate at the Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ILEA), Internship at Coventry University, England (Erasmus+) 
  • Janis Wörmann, M.Sc., Research Assistant at the Institute of Robust Power Semiconductor Systems (ILH), Exchange semester at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
  • Fabian Hauck, Student M.Sc. Informatik, Erasmus exchange semester at the University of Oulu, Finland (Sept. 2022-Dec. 2022)



A small poster exhibition will give you an overview of selected partner universities of Faculty 5.

Snacks and drinks will be provided.


The session takes place in the context of the International Days of Faculty 5.

Students of Faculty 5 (both German and international)
International Service Point (ISP) of Faculty 5
Room 4.270
Pfaffenwaldring 47, Campus Vaihingen

Link: Website ISP 
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