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International? Here's how!

As part of International Week 2021, Nadja Garlipp, Sophia Guckenberger, Juliane Korneli, Grit Rother, Alexandra Taplick and Prof. Salah Amasheh answered numerous questions.

Jul 20, 2021

First row (from left to right): Sophia Guckenberger, Prof. Salah Amasheh and Grit Rother. Second row (from left to right): Alexandra Taplick, Juliane Korneli and Nadja Garlipp.

First row (from left to right): Sophia Guckenberger, Prof. Salah Amasheh and Grit Rother. Second row (from left to right): Alexandra Taplick, Juliane Korneli and Nadja Garlipp.
Image Credit: Freie Universität Berlin IV A

From June 14 to June 18, the 2021 International Week at Freie Universität Berlin took place. Every day we published a part of our #FUInternationalWeek21 interview series on the university’s Instagram account.

We started with an interview on the topic of studying abroad - via direct exchange or Erasmus+. Nadja Garlipp and Sophia Guckenberger work as student employees in the International Office and spoke about the possibilities of studying abroad despite the pandemic.

On Tuesday, student assistant Juliane Korneli shared tips and tricks for interning abroad in another European country. The blog about Erasmus+ internships abroad is also worth a read: https://blogs.fu-berlin.de/auslandspraktikum/

And how does such a stay abroad work in the field of law? This question and many others were answered by Grit Rother from the International Office of the Department of Law on Wednesday and she revealed that it is not that difficult to combine studying abroad with the regular curriculum.

On Thursday, Alexandra Taplick, who is responsible for communication and marketing at the university library, told the audience what the libraries of Freie Universität contribute to internationalization.

And what does an internationalization officer actually do? At the end of International Week, Prof. Salah Amasheh, the internationalization officer at the department of Veterinary Medicine, answered this question. He not only gave insights into his tasks, but also introduced his dog Lemmy.

All videos can now be found here and on the official Instagram account of Freie Universität Berlin.