Aalen University Newsletter for International Partners
Greetings from Aalen University's International Center!
We are happy to present you the fifth issue of the Aalen University International Newsletter.
It contains the latest news of relevance to our international readership as well as the information related to our international, English taught programs and to application procedures.
The Aalen University team, together with the team of its International Center (picture on the top) wish a pleasant reading, hoping that the information provided will be another source of inspiration for further cooperation activities between our institutions.
Director International Relations
English Taught Lectures at Aalen University
We are now welcoming applications from your students nominated for exchange studies at Aalen University for the Spring Semester 2022.
The application period is from November 1st to November 30th 2021, and we expect to receive all the online applications by November 30th 2021. Please note that the deadline is strict especially for the non-EU applicants who need to apply for a visa or a residence permit, because the process takes time.
» Nomination & Application Instructions
» Contact for Nominations : firstname.lastname@example.org
|Academic Calender Spring 2021||Academic Calender Fall 2022|
|End of Semester:||31.08.2022|
|End of Semester:||28.02.2023|
Fr, 03. September 2021 →
Dear partners of Aalen University, we from the Business Informatics xChange Team are planning to allow students to participate in digital courses and activities offered by our partner universities.
This would allow an international digital exchange to socialize and to learn more about different cultures and languages. This can provide a relevant advantage in the future careers of Aalen’s as well as your students.
Are you interested in cooperating? Then please click the link below and fill our short survey by September 30, 2021. https://www.hs-aalen.de/en/pages/xchange-survey
Thank you in advance.
Th, 12. August 2021 →
How can we discover foreign planets and learn something about them without even flying into space? To answer this question, Aalen University’s scientists applied the principles of machine learning, which is part of artificial intelligence. A team of computer scientists successfully competed in a competition from the Consortium of the European Space Agency (ESA) for the upcoming space mission ARIEL (Atmospheric Remote-sensing Infrared Explanet Large-survey), which will research outer space, as well discover and observe planets outside of our solar system.
We, 21. July 2021 →
Aalen University students as well as students from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China worked together with the company Development Quests (DQ) in an international practice project. The focus was on the conceptual adaptation of special methodologies for career development, based on the expectations and needs of potential US-American and Chinese customers.