International Day Weihenstephan 6.11.2019
75 international Stundents presented their approx. 20 home countries with posters, culinary delights as well as with music, dance and pictures. Even an Indian Rangoli was created. Thus, they also encouraged the home students to go abroad and provided precious first-hand information.
These informal hints were supported with general and funding information provided by Angelika Weindel from TUM Global Office as well as with a poster exhibition and reports of stays abroad from returned students.
250 visitors contributed essentialy by their interest, passion and appreciation, that international students now feel (even better) welcome at our Weihenstephan campus.
Thanks to all that contributed to the amazing International Day 2019!!!
Celebrating the International Day
Since its establishment in 2014, the 'International Day' at the TUM School of Life Sciences Weihenstephan had been a platform for everyone involved or interested in the field of internationalization.
International students and employees make up more than 20 % of the Weihenstephan Campus. At the 'International Day' they share cultural and culinary highlights from their home countries at various information booths and on stage in a diverse, fresh and friendly way.
This event hopefully also encourages more of our students to gain international experience by considering a stay abroad. Information stands and presentations by students who have returned from abroad are complementing the event.
Register your active participation here - we will come back to you as soon as possible to substantiate and support your possible activities.
That was the Program on International Day 6th of November 2019
15:30 Information for Outgoings | ZHG, Lecture Hall 16
Information for Outgoings with Angelika Weindel (TUM-Global Center):
Organization and Funding of Stay abroad
e.G. by the ERASMUS+ or TUMExchange programs.
Former 'outgoing' students will report from their stay abroad
16:30 International Fair and Party | ZHG, Foyer
Welcome note by Prof. Dr. Langosch
Country booths, Music, Dance, presentations and international culinarities
students from the following countries presented: