Archiv für den Monat: August 2019

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Throwback: “Employability (Made) in Germany” at the University of Alabama in Huntsville

In the framework of Deutschlandjahr, UAS7 produces the event series “Employability (Made) in Germany” at five different universities across the United States. In January 2019 we kicked off at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and then visited Evansville, Southern Indiana. Three more exciting events are coming up soon in Wichita, KS, Clemson, SC and Pittsburgh, PA, bringing together German and American university and industry partners, and the students benefitting from their collaborations.

Time to have a look back!

Thanks to RadioBro Corporation for the video footage, Rebecca Poell from Munich University of Applied Sciences for editing. University of Alabama in Huntsville, and Bremen City University of Applied Sciences: We could not have done it without you. We hope we honor everyone involved in the event with this little video. Please review the complete program here and a write-up of the event here.

Want to join us next time to learn about career opportunities in Germany? Our next stops will be: Wichita State University (Sept. 11), Clemson University (Oct. 9), University of Pittsburgh (Oct. 18). Check out the series here.

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UAS7 Study & Internship Program: Call for Applications

Come study or intern at one of our seven universities of applied sciences. Applications for the Spring 2020 semester will now be accepted through October 1, 2019! The UAS7 Study & Internship Program (SIP) allows undergraduate students enrolled at accredited colleges and universities in the United States and Canada to study or intern in Germany for one semester. You will find more information below the video, but please email us at about any questions!


First: You decide if you want to study abroad for a semester, taking classes at one of our member universities, or if you want to do an internship at one of our universities’ research labs. All available internship projects are listed at our website. There are opportunities in Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Bremen, Munster, Osnabruck and Cologne!

However you decide, you may list up to three destinations or research labs on your application, so there is a good chance you will get into your top choices.


Applications are pretty straight forward and most of the documents may be emailed. A detailed description of the application process as well as a list of all required documents can be found on our website:

Study Program Applications // Internship Program Applications


The Study & Internship Program also allows students enrolled at our German member universities to spend one term at one of our U.S. partner universities. Each year, the available places are allocated through the International Offices of our universities. For information about most current opportunities, please contact