© Die Teilnehmer der Sommerschule aus Kenia. Foto: TUBAF
From 9 June to 13 July, the second CEMEREM Summer School took place at the Dresden University of Applied Sciences (HTW) and the Freiberg University of Mining and Technology. 16 students from the Agricultural Sciences, Geosciences, Mining, Engineering and Business Administration with lecturers from the partner university Taita Taveta University in Voi, Kenya, attended the event. Since April 2016, the three partner institutions have been cooperating on the establishment and expansion of the African Centre of Excellence for Mining, Environmental Engineering and Resource Management (CEMEREM). The project is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office through the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). For more information about the programme click here.
The Berlin - Nairobi Research Exchange is a bilateral programme between the University of Nairobi (UoN) and Charité - Universitätsmedizin in Berlin. The exchange program is an exciting new project within the framework of the scientific research module (M23).
© Welcome Reception for Kenyan students in 2017 Picture: Charité I Kip Rop
This program gives the opportunity to students from Nairobi and Berlin to broaden their medical understanding on a different continent while working on the same research topics during their one month stay at the partnering university. For more information about the exchange programme click here.
© DAAD Nairobi
15 German language students from Kenyatta University in Nairobi visited several universities in Germany through a DAAD-sponsored study trip. The trip gave the students an exposure to different university programmes and the German culture. Read more about the trip here.
On Monday, June 26, 2017, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management welcomed 35 Global Executive MBA students of the business school´s partner university United States International University Africa (USIU) located in Nairobi, Kenya.
EMBA students from USIU visit Frankfurt School since 2012. Julianne Jones, Project Manager, at Frankfurt School´s International Advisory Services introduced the team organising the one-week visit. Following, Professor Dr Udo Steffens, President of Frankfurt School, officially welcomed the guests. He shortly presented Frankfurt and Germany with its typical characteristics in order to give the visitors a better understanding of their temporary environment. Click here for more information.