German Psychology students at the UT are worried about a recently approved law in their home country. The new law makes it a lot harder for this group of students to become psychotherapists in Germany. ‘But there are plenty of alternatives.’
Duitse psychologiestudenten aan de UT maken zich zorgen over nieuwe wetgeving in hun thuisland. De nieuwe wetgeving maakt het voor deze groep studenten een stuk lastiger om psychotherapeut in Duitsland te worden. ‘Maar er zijn genoeg alternatieven.’
In the series The International, UT students from all over the world talk about their lives, studies, choices and passions. In this episode: Blondina Leopolda Massunda (21), Bachelor’s student of Communication Science from Germany. ‘You need to go away to truly understand where you come from.’
In the series The International, UT students from all over the world talk about their lives, studies, choices and passions. In this episode: Jana Bergmann (22), Bachelor’s student of Communication Science. ‘We need to be proactive, not just wait for the Dutch people to teach us.’
The University of Twente is currently a part of the first ever alumni tour of Germany. ‘We are trying to establish a more active alumni community in Germany,’ says Solange Panayotopoulos, UT Alumni Community Manager.
The University of Twente is actively working on its international profile - by setting up collaborations all over the world, with a special attention on so called ‘focus countries’. In this series we explore what it takes to convince students and researchers from all corners of the planet that the UT is ‘the place to be’. In this episode we pay attention to our closest neighbor: Germany.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Yet, each corner of the world celebrates this holiday a bit differently. In this series we will shed some light on Christmas traditions of UT international students. In this episode we meet with Jana Rother, a student from Frankfurt (Germany), who is in Twente for a minor Communications.
Pre-U, a UT program for primary and secondary school pupils, is no longer aimed only at Dutch students. From now on, The Pre-University wants to include more and more international pupils in its activities and it is starting by organizing a German-Dutch seminar this week.