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ISEP coordinators visit KU

The International Student Exchange Program (ISEP), to which the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt is a member, offers KU students the possibility of a stay abroad in more than 130 universities and colleges in the USA. US students, on the other hand, get the chance to enroll at the KU. On the occasion of a trip to Germany, representatives of different partner institutions from the ISEP network also visited the KU.

ISEP delegation together with Alessia Tressoldi (5th f.l.) from the KU International Office. (Photo: Schulte Strathaus/Press Office)

KU Vice President Prof. Dr. Klaus Stüwe welcomed the delegation. The guests planned a two-day stay at the KU to inform themselves about the University both in Eichstätt and at the Ingolstadt School of Management (WFI). In the center of interest were, amongst others, the new WFI program offer “International Fall Term” as well as the “Student Research Weeks” concept on “questioning the familiar in flight and migration”.

Participants of the trip included guests from Tennessee, Georgia and Missouri, where they function as ISEP coordinators at their respective home universities and thus will be able to provide their students at home with an immediate insight into the impressions gathered at the KU.