48 hours for science
Bring a project from concept to paper in two days – in a “Sciathon” Oldenburg PhD student Nora Bach took on this challenge. The competition was part of an alternative programme to the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.more
"Everyone's being very cooperative"
Despite the corona pandemic, master student Leah Hupp is currently completing a semester abroad at the University of Seoul - and is impressed by the South Korean crisis management.more
Aid in a precarious situation
When student jobs become scarce, as recently due to the pandemic, international students without entitlement to student loans, social welfare or housing benefits are hit particularly hard. Besides the university, the student congregations…more
Diversity in unity
Can you study law in Oldenburg? The answer is yes and no. The Hanse Law School programme, jointly run by the Universities of Oldenburg and Bremen, is a little different to conventional law studies.more
The best of both worlds
Home office instead of lecture hall - due to the corona crisis, courses in the summer semester are taking place online. Here, Olaf Zawacki-Richter, expert for knowledge transfer and learning with new technologies, talks about what really…more
From all over the world to Oldenburg
They come from Asia, Africa and Latin America: 23 young higher education managers are currently participating in the advanced training programme UNILEAD – while also getting to know the city and its surroundings.more
From all over the world to northern Germany
Around a thousand international students from 110 nations are currently enrolled at the University of Oldenburg, most of them in one of the 25 international degree courses it offers. Tash Motsi from Zimbabwe is one of them. He is currently…more
With a head start to the PhD
The university’s Fast-Track programmes offer selected graduates a quicker path to earning their PhD. Students who would like to pursue a Master's degree and a PhD at the same time have until 1 March to submit their application.more
"Just about to Hand in My Paper"
They disappear for hours into their work rooms at the University library. Their faces are sometimes serious, sometimes cheerful. They're loaded down with books. Who are they and what are they doing? We decided to investigate and visited six…more
(Winter Semester 2019/20)
study spaces in the university library
International researchers in Oldenburg
International students in Oldenburg:
"It feels like a second home"
Microbiology at the University of Oldenburg