This is the list of messages related to German at the University of Michigan. You generally receive these messages over the weekend via email, and you will see them posted on Canvas (German Advising Mail at University of Michigan) or on MBox (News and Events for Students of German). If you have any questions, please see the German Department advisors Kalli and Andrew.

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Take a German Department Faculty Member to Lunch (Winter 2018)

Foster community and collegiality, and enjoy a free lunch! This program is a chance for undergraduate students to get to know faculty in a comfortable and informal setting outside of the classroom. Choose anyone from: or  

Lunches can take place Monday through Friday during Winter 2018, and purchases are limited to $50 per lunch at campus locations below. Lunch vouchers are available on a first come/first served basis for one lunch per term. 

How it works:
* Discuss with your classmates whom you want to invite
* Set the time and place to meet up for lunch
* Pick up vouchers from 3106 MLB; you will need the names of all who will attend
* Redeem vouchers at:
- Shapiro Undergrad Library, Bert’s Café
- Michigan League, Beanster’s Café, or that day's visiting vendors
- Michigan Union, Ahmo’s Gyros & Deli, Au Bon Pain, Luna’s, Panda Express, Starbucks, Subway, and Wendy’s
- Pierpont Commons, Ahmo’s Gyros & Deli, Fireside Café, Fireside Roast, Hibachi San, Mujo Café, Panda Express, Ugo’s Pizza Pi
- Duderstadt Center, Mujo Café
* Take a picture at the lunch and forward it to, we might feature your group on the Department’s social media!  

German Department - "Schokoladenstunde": Tuesday, March 13, 5:30-6:30 p.m., and Wednesday, March 14, 5:15-6:15 p.m., Language Resource Center, North Quad

"Schokoladenstunde" takes place twice per week: Tuesdays between 5:30-6:30 p.m. with Mary Gell, and Wednesdays from 5:15-6:15 p.m. with Silvia Grzeskowiak, in the Language Resource Center in North Quad.  The group will meet in the seating area between the two computer classrooms.

The hour will be spent chatting and playing games in German (e.g. Tabu). Students at all levels are welcome. 

Fulbright Program for U.S. Students 2019/2020 - "General Information Session": Wednesday, March 14, 12-1 p.m., Weiser Hall 447

The 2019-20 Fulbright program will provide grants to U.S. students for projects in over 140 countries. 

Types of grants:
* Academic grant: a self-designed program that may include coursework at a foreign university, independent field/library research, or any combination of these.
* Arts grant: a self-designed program to train in the creative or performing arts, usually via classes at an art or music school, training with a professional, or a combination.
* English Teaching Assistantship: a placement as an assistant to an English teacher at the primary, secondary, or university level. Placement is typically part-time and an additional independent project is expected.

To apply for the Fulbright program through the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, applicants must:
* Be University of Michigan students, alumni, or staff;
* Be U.S. citizens;
* Have completed an undergraduate degree by the beginning of the award; and
* Demonstrate the language skills necessary to complete the proposed project.
* Enrolled students are required to apply through U-M.

At this session, a University of Michigan Fulbright Student Program Advisor (FPA) will provide an overview of the program and provide basic details related to the application process. You are encouraged to bring a laptop to the session.

Advising: University of Michigan Fulbright Program Advisors are available for scheduled advising throughout the year. Advising may be in person, via phone or via a video conference. Schedule a fellowships advising appointment.

The University of Michigan application deadline for the 2019/2020 Fulbright program is Friday, August 31, 2018.

For questions, send an email to: or call: (734) 763.9200.

German Club - "Stammtisch": Wednesday, March 14, 7 p.m., Michigan Union Basement - Tap Room

The German Club will be having a "Stammtisch" this Wednesday.  Speakers at all levels are welcome.

For any questions, please send an email to Nico (, Meike (, Bridget (, or Lauren (

Max Kade German Residence Events - a) "Kaffeestunde": Wednesday, March 14, 9 p.m., Edward Said Multicultural Lounge, North Quad (3rd Floor) and b) "Deutschtisch": Sunday, March 18, 7 p.m., North Quad Dining Hall

"Kaffeestunde" at the Max Kade Haus takes place once a week in the Max Kade House in North Quad, but please check this weekly email for occasional updates! The regular time and place is Wednesday evenings 9 p.m. in the Edward Said Multicultural Lounge on the 3rd floor of North Quad. This is located in the residential portion of North Quad, which is only open to residents. When you go, please email Nico (, so that someone can come to the front door and let you in. You can also just knock on the door of the residential portion and tell a residence staff member that you are there for the Max Kade House event, and you will be let in.

"Deutschtisch" in the North Quad dining hall takes place each Sunday, 7 p.m. You will need a meal plan or Entrée Plus to enter, or you can purchase a meal at the door (note that this is not cheap) - but you may also be allowed to come in just to talk and not eat, if you say at the door that you are there for the Max Kade event. The group has yellow signs with "Max Kade Deutschtisch" to identify where they are sitting. For questions, contact Nico (

German students at all levels (101 and up) are welcome at all Max Kade events.

German Department Information Sessions (German Major/Minor and Courses Spring/Summer/Fall 2018): Thursday, March 15, 4:30 p.m., and Friday, March 16, 4:30 p.m., MLB 3422

These events are geared towards undeclared students, who may have questions about the requirements for a German major or minor, about career choices that recent alums have done, about courses that we offer next semester (including upper-level courses taught in English that fulfill distribution requirements), about study-abroad or internship-abroad programs that help you expedite the process of completing requirements for German.

If you have questions, please contact Kalli Federhofer (, MLB 3422) or Andrew Mills (, MLB 3122).

Internship Posting - Internship in Finance with ZF in Northville, MI: Friday, March 16 (Application Deadline)

The intern will support the Controlling/Finance team. The intern will work in a cross-functional environment that collaborates with various engineering and production facilities in North America and Germany.

Position Responsibilities: 

* Optimization of financial processes 
* Documentation of processes
* Working with databases and large amounts of data
* Ad Hoc Analysis and Reporting
* Month-End Process
* Operating Planning Tasks
* Cost Center Reporting and Planning Activities
* Analysis of Functional Area Inter-Company Postings
* Comply with all company and TS16949 policies and procedures
* Perform other duties as assigned.

Essential Skills and Experience:

* Currently pursuing a degree in Business, Economics, Finance, Accounting or related field at an accredited technical college or university
* Possess a minimum GPA of 3.0. 
* Experience with Microsoft Office (e.g. Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
* Expert level on with Microsoft excel - Pivot tables, macros, Visual Basic
* SAP experience specifically in the modules CO, CO-PA, FI, SD.
* Strong analytical abilities and attention to detail
* Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment
* Ability to interface with cross-functional teams and all levels of personnel and management
* Solid organization and time/project management skills
* Good verbal and written communication skills 

Preferred Skills and Experience:

* Experience in the Automotive industry
* Knowledge of SAP
* German and/or Spanish language skills

Gutekunst Prize for Emerging Translators: Friday, March 16 (Application Deadline)

In 2010, the Goethe-Institut New York received a generous donation in memory of Frederick and Grace Gutekunst. A prize was created to identify outstanding young translators of German literature into English and assist them in establishing contact with the translation and publishing communities. As of 2017, the prize is supported by the Friends of Goethe New York.

The Gutekunst Prize of the Friends of Goethe New York is open to college students and to all translators under the age of 35 who, at the time the prize is awarded, have not yet published, nor are under contract for, a book-length translation. Applications will be accepted only from permanent residents of the United States. Team translations will not be accepted.

Each applicant is required to translate a literary text of approximately 22 pages, available on request from the Goethe-Institut New York. To receive the text and the application form, please send an email to:

The translation and application form must be mailed electronically to the Goethe-Institut New York by Friday, March 16, 11:59 p.m. EST. Full information on the submission procedure is included on the application form.

Translations will be submitted to a jury consisting of three experts in German literature and translation. The winner will be notified in early May 2018.

The winner of the Gutekunst Prize of the Friends of Goethe New York will be invited to an award ceremony to take place at the Goethe-Institut New York. The $2,500 prize will be awarded at this time and the winner will have the opportunity to present his or her translation.

The jury’s statement, the name of the winner, and the text of the winning translation will be published on the website of the Goethe-Institut New York and, following agreement with the German publisher of the work, be used as a sample translation in negotiations with US publishers, to be conducted by the Frankfurt Book Fair New York.

For further information, please contact Walter Schlect:


Goethe Institut Spring/Summer 2018 - Mass Meeting: Sunday, March 18, 5 p.m., Angell Hall Auditorium C

We will have a mass meeting for all students, who will take language courses at a Goethe Institut this spring or summer.

We will have Goethe Institut alums from various sites present at this gathering.

I will speak for the first 15 minutes about the transfer of credits, which is important for all of you, and about MCompass, which is important for you and the university.  I will also introduce google sites to which you will have access and where you can fill in information and post photos for future students.  

We will then break up into separate groups and separate rooms where Goethe Institut alums will talk about their experience and answer questions about course content, accommodation, early arrival, free time, other participants, transportation, travel, homework, class hours, costs, etc.   

Above all, this meeting also gives you the opportunity to meet fellow participants in person. As you will have noticed, I already established a separate M-Box site (Goethe Students 2018) for all Goethe students with the names of participants and with the regulations how the credits get transferred.  Get in contact with fellow students: some of you may have already gotten to know each other via email or GroupMe.  It would be ideal if you were to fly out to the Goethe Institut with fellow students--you may want to share your flight information with them.

Please bring a list of your own specific questions for the alums to this meeting.

If you have any questions, please let me know.


Per LSA Student Government: Foreign Language Requirement Survey: Sunday, March 18 (Survey Deadline)

LSA Student Government is conducting a survey about the LSA Foreign Language Requirement and requested that we ask undergraduates to complete the following questionnaire:

College of Engineering International Internship Scholarship: Wednesday, March 21 (Rolling Admission - Final Application Deadline)

Interested in exploring new and diverse cultures while gaining valuable engineering experience?  The College of Engineering (CoE) encourages you to participate in an international internship by providing a scholarship to support your experience.

The CoE International Internship Scholarship offers $1,000 scholarships to CoE undergraduates pursuing international internships during the spring/summer.  The scholarship is designed to benefit those who would otherwise face financial barriers to participation and is open to students pursuing paid or unpaid positions.

This scholarship is open to College of Engineering (CoE) students who meet the following criteria:
* Have completed the first year in the CoE by the start date of the internship and are in good academic standing (transfer students who have completed one semester in the CoE by the start date of the internship are also eligible)
* Are a current CoE undergraduate returning as an undergraduate in the Fall semester
* Obtained an internship outside of the US and outside of the student's home country
* Will work on the internship assignment for a minimum of 6 weeks

Internships are considered positions where the student will work for an organization for a limited period of time to gain meaningful work experience. Internships can be paid or unpaid and can be administered by a University of Michigan program, a non-University of Michigan internship provider organization, or the student may find the internship directly with a company. University of Michigan summer study abroad programs that are research-based are not considered internships.

If you have questions about your eligibility or whether your experience counts as an internship, contact Jill Coughlin, CoE International Internship Coordinator (

Students must have applied for and obtained an internship already to be eligible for the scholarship. To learn more about how to find an international internship before applying for the scholarship, start with these resources:
CoE International Internship Program
IPE's Work, Intern, Research, and Volunteer Abroad (WIVRA) website

To learn about additional funding opportunities for international internships, and to see what past scholarship awardees have done, click on the following links:
Additional Funding Opportunities
Summer 2017 CoE International Internship Scholarship Recipients

Program Requirements

* Attend the International Internship Pre-Departure Orientation offered jointly by the Engineering Career Resource Center (ECRC) and International Programs in Engineering (IPE) on April 18, 2018 (exam study day) from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
* Provide your internship offer letter by no later than April 30
* Have GeoBlue Health Insurance coverage for the duration of the internship
* Agree to the College of Engineering Funding Rules, which will be outlined in your scholarship award letter

Post-Travel (Fall 2018)
* Attend a follow-up meeting with ECRC/IPE to discuss your experience.
* Submit a write-up and photo of your internship experience (that may be shared publicly).
* Share your experiences with the CoE community at a work abroad event.

Contact Information:
Questions about this scholarship application may be directed to Jill Coughlin, CoE International Internship Coordinator (


German Club - Film Night: "Gegen die Wand": Thursday, March 22, 7 p.m., Language Resource Center, North Quad

German Club will be having an additional movie night and will be screening "Gegen die Wand" on Thursday, March 22, 7 p.m., in the LRC in North Quad.

If you have any questions, please contact Nico (

Spaces Available in Field Trip to ZF in Northville, MI: Friday, March 23, 1 p.m., Rackham Building

On Friday, March 23, the German for Engineers students will be visiting ZF in Northville, for a tour of the facility in German. There are still a few seats available in the vans. If you would like to join the group, please send a short email in German to Hartmut at

The group will depart at 1 p.m. from the Rackham Building, and will return between approximately 4 and 4:30 p.m. ZF is one of the world's largest automotive suppliers. A number of our students have gone on to jobs at ZF, and/or to its Global Trainee Program. You can find more info about the company here or here.

Internship Posting - Finance Internship with Daimler in Redford, MI: Friday, March 23 (Application Deadline)

Role Overview:
* Assist Division Controller with Finance and Controlling responsibilities
* Assist with Capital budget and Assets Under Construction (AUCs)
* Group-level P&L Reporting (Using SAP, Excel/Power pivot, and Power BI)
* Accounts Receivable (Billing, Open invoices, Revenue tracking)
* Month-End and Year-End Closing

Start Date: 
* August 2018, 4-6 months duration, full time 40 hours per week, must commit


- Minimum Qualifications:
* High School Degree
* Pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Finance or related field
* Minimum GPA of 3.0 or equivalent
* Integrity, ability to work with individuals from various backgrounds and cultures
* Excellent organizational and prioritization skills
* German Language skills a plus but not required
* Intermediate Computer skills (MS Office, SAP, Outlook)
* Ability to work independently
* Good presentation skills

- Preferred Qualifications:
* Previous experience at a Daimler AG company a plus but not required

Application Website:

"Tremor" at the Ann Arbor Film Festival: Sunday, March 25, 2:15 p.m., Michigan Theater

"Tremor" is driven by the voices that run through it – the voices of poets and madmen, of a mother or a child. From self-reflexive thoughts to spontaneous accounts, from witness statements to pure fiction, they talk in turns about their experience of violence and war. As we listen to them, our gaze is taken to places and scarred landscapes impossible to locate. Noises from elsewhere filter through. The image becomes distorted and porous. Music starts to play. The film lingers over the presence of a pianist, before diffracting again... "Tremor" is a sensory journey between memory and nightmare. An act of resistance.

In German, Italian, Dutch, Icelandic, French & Lomongo.

German Department Funding for Taking Spring/Summer Language Courses at Goethe Institut in Germany: Monday, March 26 (Application Deadline)

If you are taking spring/summer classes at a Goethe Institut in Germany, you can apply for a scholarship from the German Department.

The application deadline for funding through us is Monday, March 26. Here is the funding application link:

You will be informed by early April, how much funding you will get through the German Department; and you will then have two weeks to complete all items (uploading passport photo, GeoBlue health insurance, etc.) on MCompass.

There is no rolling disbursement of funds--applications will only be reviewed after March 26.

Internship Posting - Internship Opportunity with DAAD (German Academic International Network - GAIN) in New York: Wednesday, March 28 (Application Deadline)

The DAAD is currently accepting applications for a summer internship at its New York office, starting June 1 to September 10.

The internship involves assisting with organizing the 18th Annual GAIN Conference of German Researchers - the largest forum for German PhD students, postdocs, and professors working in North America. A significant portion of the conference consists of a large career fair with over 60 exhibitors from all areas of the German research landscape.

Duties will entail a wide spectrum of tasks from helping with administrative matters to communication with clients, as well as organizational and planning activities, depending on the needs of the German Academic International Network (GAIN,

The DAAD is looking for applicants who
* Are fluent in German and English, native German speaker preferred
* Have an interest in higher education and science policy
* Like working in an office environment and are highly organized.

Applicants must have a valid US work permit.
Interns will receive a stipend of $750/month.

Applications are due by Wednesday, March 28. To apply, please send your CV and a motivation letter in English or German with the subject line “GAIN Internship 2018” to: Dietrich Wolf Fenner, GAIN Program Director at and Solveig Berkman, Senior Administrative Officer at

To learn more about GAIN, please go to:

German Department Funding for Summer Internships: Thursday, March 29 (Application Deadline)

Awards for internships in Germany and German-speaking countries are distributed on a competitive level based on financial need, academic merit and (possible) compensation of the internship. You do not need to have a confirmed internship placement at the time of application, but need to be accepted into an internship program. International students are eligible to apply.  

Apply for funding by using this link:

If you receive funding, you will have to comply with regular university policies as posted on MCompass (uploading photocopy of passport, GeoBlue health insurance, etc.).

There is no rolling disbursement of funds--applications will only be reviewed after March 29.

You can look for additional funding resources here:

Job Posting - Program Officer for German Center for Research and Innovation in New York: Saturday, March 31 (Application Deadline)

The German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI) New York is seeking a full-time, in-house Program Officer. The initial contract will be issued for one year with the possibility of renewal.


* Event organization and management
* Accounts payable and receivable
* Budget preparation
* Database management
* General office management and administrative duties


* Fluency in English and German
* 2 - 4 years of work experience in an office environment
* Excellent organizational skills and ability to multitask
* Professional experience with event organization and management
* Self-starter who likes to work in a team
* Must like work with numbers and be very detail-oriented
* Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel
* Knowledge of science and research institutions in Germany and the US/Canada is a plus
* Applicants must be U.S. citizens or green card holders (no visa is sponsored)

Salary range: 
* USD 59K – 66K depending on experience, plus health and retirement benefits 

Start Date: 
May 15 or June 1, 2018

About the GCRI: Under leadership of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), GCRI receives its funding from the German Auswärtiges Amt (German Federal Foreign Office). GCRI New York is one of five German Houses of Science and Innovation (DWIHs) worldwide and is part of the German government's Strategy for the Internationalization of Science and Research.

Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to:
Ms. Solveig Berkman at and to Mr. Gerrit Roessler at with the subject line “Program Officer GCRI.” 

Accelerated Master's Program in Transcultural Studies: Sunday, April 1 (Application Deadline)

The Accelerated Master's Degree Program in Transcultural Studies provides current LSA juniors with a unique opportunity to earn an interdisciplinary MA degree. The program will train students to think critically about transcultural dynamics and to approach an increasingly connected and diverse world with insight and imagination.

Artemis Quartet: Sunday, April 8, 4 p.m., Rackham Auditorium

Named after the Greek goddess of hunt and wilderness, the Artemis Quartet was founded in 1989 but took a full 10 years before it performed its first concerts for a live audience.

This dedication to excellence has not wavered, and their playing is known for its “apparently effortless grace and effervescent athleticism” (BBC). Based in Berlin, it programs its own series at the Berlin Philharmonie and the Vienna Konzerthaus, as well as in Munich and Amsterdam.

* Mozart, Quartet No. 23 in F Major, KV 590
* Bartók, Quartet No. 2, Op. 17
* Schumann, Quartet in a minor, Op. 41, No. 1


"Marianne and Juliane" (Die Bleierne Zeit; Director: Margarethe von Trotta, 1981): Sunday, April 8, 4:30 p.m., Michigan Theater

Two sisters both fight for women's rights. Juliane is a journalist and Marianne a terrorist. When Marianne is jailed, Juliane feels obligated to help her despite their differing views on how to live. 

In German with English subtitles.

Part of the Center for European Studies film series "1968...50 Years Later."

Max Kade German Residence - "Yoga auf Deutsch": Sunday, April 8, 5 p.m., North Quad 2175

The last yoga instruction of the term will be led in German, but experienced yogis will not need knowledge of the language. Please bring your own mat (no equipment will be provided).

If you have any questions, please contact Nico (

German 336 (German in Song): "Songs of Vienna": Thursday, April 12, 7 p.m., MLB Auditorium 3 (Room 1200)

The students of "German in Song" (German 336) will perform a “Songs of Vienna” concert that includes a mix of classical, folk, cabaret, and pop songs by Viennese musicians including Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Falco, rapper/poet Yasmo, and the dazzling duo of Pizzera & Jaus.

Senior Prize in Literary Translation: Tuesday, April 17, 5 p.m. (Application Deadline)

The Department of Comparative Literature is pleased to invite graduating seniors in all departments at the University of Michigan to submit entries for our annual prize in literary translation.

This prize is intended to encourage undergraduate students to develop projects (through previous coursework or on their own initiative) in translating into English a literary text originally written in another language.

Submissions are due on the last day of classes, and will be judged by a team of faculty members in Comparative Literature.

A prize of $500 will be awarded at the end of winter term. The winner or the winners will be invited to read at the department's end-of-year reception.

Rules for Submission:
* All seniors graduating in Summer 2017, Fall 2017, or Winter 2018, and affiliated with any department at the University of Michigan, are eligible to submit a translation.
* Students may choose to translate into English any literary text (or excerpt of a literary text) that was originally written in another language and in any literary genre (e.g. fiction, poetry, drama, creative nonfiction).
* A submission should consist of your translation (no more than 10 pages), and a brief translator's preface (no more than 5 pages) that introduces the text and author you have chosen and explains your method of translation. If you have worked significantly with previously available translations, glosses, or commentaries, please note these in your translator's preface. Make sure your submission references all texts and tools you have used to produce your translation (i.e. other translations you have consulted, translation software you may have used, etc).
* Please submit your translation in the following format: an email listing your name, your graduation date, your major(s) and minor(s), and the complete title and author of the text you have translated, and an email attachment without your name that includes your translator's preface and your translation, along with a copy of the text you have translated in its original language.
* Your submission should be emailed to no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17.
* For questions, please contact Kathryn Horne in the Department of Comparative Literature, 2021 Tisch Hall, University of Michigan. You may also contact the translation advisor, Silke Weineck, at

Max Raabe and the Palast Orchester: Thursday, April 19, 7:30 p.m., Clinton Township, Macomb Center for the Performing Arts

The Palast Orchester was founded in 1986 by Max Raabe and a group of fellow music students in order to play music from the period of Germany’s Golden Twenties. In 2017, Max Raabe and Palast Orchester began their “Let’s Do It” tour, featuring standard like the title song, “Music Maestro,” and “Stormy Weather.” The ensemble takes a unique approach to interpreting the original arrangements of many familiar melodies from American popular music to German classics. Enjoy of evening of vintage music and entertainment by this German phenomenon!

Heidelberg University HAUS Scholarship for Bachelor's or Master's Students: Friday, June 15 (Application Deadline)

Heidelberg Alumni U.S. (HAUS) is pleased to invite applications for the 2018/2019 HAUS Scholarships. The stipends are available to qualified students from a United States university planning to study at Universität Heidelberg.

The scholarship award is $5,000 for Master’s program students or $3,000 for Bachelor’s program students for one semester with the option to be extended for a second semester. The program is seeking candidates with a strong academic background who can also fulfill the role of ambassador for HAUS upon their return from their study abroad experience. 

Universität Heidelberg is consistently ranked as one of the best universities in Germany (rated #1 in 2017 by the Academic Ranking of World Universities) and one of the top-rated institutions of higher education and research in the world. Universität Heidelberg offers a wide range of study programs, and a strong international orientation: about one-fifth of the university’s over 30,000 students and one-third of its doctoral candidates are foreign nationals.

Minimum Qualifications:
* Undergraduate or Master’s program student with strong academic credentials enrolled at - or graduated from - an institution of higher education in the U.S.
* United States residency
* Acceptance as student at Universität Heidelberg (proof can be submitted at a later time) 

Application Process: 
* Send an email to by June 15, 2018 including the following:
--Completed HAUS Scholarship application form
--Essay (500–600 words) answering the following questions: 
   a) Why did you apply to Heidelberg University?
   b) Why are you applying for the HAUS Scholarship?
   c) What is your study proposal and how do you expect it to shape your plans in the future?
   d) How would you propose to fulfill your role as HAUS Ambassador once you return to the U.S.?
--Electronic copy of your latest transcript
--Recommendation letter from one of your professors (must be submitted in writing)
--Your CV
--Proof of U.S. residency (copy of driver’s license, passport, utility bill, etc.) 

Short-listed candidates may be invited to participate in an oral interview. 

HAUS expectations for Scholarship Recipient:
* Successfully complete your academic program at Universität Heidelberg.
* Cooperate with Heidelberg Alumni International (HAI) while in Heidelberg.
* Provide updates every three months on your time at Universität Heidelberg, including good-quality photos of yourself on campus or in town.
* Participate in monthly “Stammtisch” of the Heidelberg HAUS chapter.
* Serve as an ambassador for HAUS and Universität Heidelberg after completing studies in Heidelberg. Please find more information and the application at