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International

With numerous opportunities to study abroad, a high number of international students, and an extensive range of courses held in English, students at the School of Business Informatics and Mathematics can benefit from the school’s international and future-oriented focus.

On the following pages, you will find important information and advisory services for your semester or internship abroad as well as for research stays and teaching mobility.

I spent my semester abroad in Stockholm and would recommend staying abroad to anyone. It is very easy to get to know new people and make friends with students from all around the world. You will get to know the city, the country and the people a lot better than you would as a tourist. Moreover, you will gain a new appreciation for things that you took for granted before. In my case, these things were natural light and short distances. A semester abroad is also the perfect opportunity to travel around your host country. My personal highlight was a trip to Lapland.

Tobias Kahlenberg, master's student of Mathematics in Business and Economics, Stockholm University (Sweden) / Photo credit: Elisa Berdica
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Information for Outgoing Students

Go abroad to one of our distinguished partner universities to broaden your personal horizon and sharpen your professional skills.

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Information for Incoming Students

Enjoy the unique study atmosphere at the University of Mannheim during a semester abroad in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region in the heart of Germany.

 

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Our Partner Universities

The School of Business Informatics and Mathematics is connected with many renowned partner universities worldwide.

 

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International Research and Teaching

Our school offers an excellent international environment. Contact us if you would like to gain experience abroad or visit our university for a research trip or stay.

General information regarding a stay abroad, for instance about internship opportunities, is given by the International Office.

The exchange coordinator at the School of Business Informatics and Mathematics advises students of the school, and provides them with information relating specifically to the school.

Contact

Juliane Roth, M.A.

Juliane Roth, M.A.

Departmental Exchange Coordinator
University of Mannheim
School of Business Informatics and Mathematics
B 6, 26
Gebäudeteil B – Room B 1.05
68159 Mannheim
Phone: +49 621 181-2340
+49 621 181-2423
E-mail: roth(at)wim.uni-mannheim.de
Consultation hour(s):
by appointment via email