International Week 2020

Jade University of Applied Sciences invites its colleagues from partner universities to take part in the International Week from 27th April to 1st May 2020.

We would like to welcome teaching staff as well as non-teaching staff to participate in a colourful programme and to present their home universities to our students, professors and staff.

The International Week will consolidate our fruitful cooperation and offer an interesting international and intercultural learning experience, for our guests as well as all members of Jade University.

Programme

Under this year's motto "sustainability", we would like to welcome teaching staff and non-teaching staff to offer guest lectures, to present their home universities and to take part in a symposium on sustainability science and research, as well as in job-shadowing sessions and exciting social events.

Our guests will have the possibility to meet colleagues from different departments, to get an insight into their working areas as well as their current international projects and to take part in lectures or to give lectures themselves.

Please contact Nele Hellmold in the International Office for detailed arrangements. In case of our Erasmus+ partners, we will be happy to sign a staff mobility agreement for teaching or for training.

We will meet for social events in order to refresh our contacts or to find new partners. Also, our guests will have the chance to get to know our campuses and their surroundings as well as the beautiful East Frisian Island Langeoog.

Programme overview:

Mon, April 27th      Arrival and welcome dinner
Tues, April 28th Official opening of the International Week
Presentations of the participating universities
Visit of Elsfleth campus (incl. guided tour of the rescue centre and the crane simulator)
Wed, April 29th Jade International Week symposium on sustainability
Guest lectures
Job-shadowing for administrative staff
Guided city tour with culinary delights
Thur, April 30th International student fair in Oldenburg and Wilhelmshaven
Guest lectures
Job-shadowing for administrative staff
International Party
Fri, May 1st Trip to the East Frisian Island Langeoog
- optional (costs: EUR 50,00) 
Sat, May 2nd Departure


At the beginning of 2020 you will find the detailed programmes for the different target groups of our international week in PDF format on this website.

Please note that changes and updates may occur at short notice.

Registration

To facilitate the organisation of the International Week, we kindly ask our international guests to fill in the online application form until March 15,2020.

It is not necessary for students and staff of Jade University to register for the International Week. All university members are cordially invited to participate in the events for the respective target groups.

Arrival

How to get to Jade University in Wilhelmshaven...

... by car

  • Take the A29 towards Wilhelmshaven
  • Leave the motorway at exit 3Wilhelmshaven - Coldewei - Altengroden - Maadebogen.
  • Turn left, following the signs for the city centre (Stadtmitte) and University of Applied Sciences (Jade Hochschule).
  • Drive straight ahead over the second (major) traffic lights across Kurt-Schumacher-Straße towards the city centre.
  • Take the next left onto University campus.

... by rail/bus

  • The railway station is in the city centre. From there, you can take the bus No. 3, 4 or 6 in order to get to the campus.
  • Take bus No. 3 from the central station (ZOB Zentraler-Omnibus-Bahnhof) going to "Klinikum Wilhelmshaven/Jade Hochschule" and get off at the final stop "Klinikum Wilhelmshaven/Jade Hochschule"
  • Take bus No. 4 from the central station (ZOB Zentraler-Omnibus-Bahnhof) going to "Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Straße" and get off at the stop "Klinikum Wilhelmshaven/Jade Hochschule"
  • Take bus No. 6 from the central station (ZOB Zentraler-Omnibus-Bahnhof) going to "Voslapp Süd" and get off at the stop "Klinikum Wilhelmshaven/Jade Hochschule"
  • On the website of Stadtwerke-Verkehrsgesellschaft Wilhelmshaven GmbH you can also download the timetables.

The International Office is located on the ground floor of the south building (marked with an "S" on the campus map). Access is via the university library.

You can also download the campus map in PDF format for printing.