International Day Weihenstephan

International Day Weihenstephan
Image: Andreas Printz - Part of the international crowd at the end of International Day Weihenstephan 2019

Whether from China, Iran, Italy, Poland or India - students and employees of the TUM School of Life Sciences in Freising come from more than 60 countries. In the meantime, one in five of those who study or work on campus has international roots. The International Office of the TUM School of Life Sciences celebrates this diversity every year at an International Day.

On International Day, foreign students present the cultural and culinary specialties of their home and host countries together with former exchange students. All students and staff of the TUM School of Life Sciences are cordially invited. Visitors can expect, for example, a fashion show with traditional costumes, Latin American dances and many delicacies from different regions.

While foreign students present their culture, local students who are interested in a stay abroad get first-hand information about the host country and can talk to the international students.

The international atmosphere in Freising

International students present music, dance and culinary delights from their home countries


Images: Maggie Bliss, Michael Scharmann, Andreas Printz