Discover the World - The TUM School of Life Science celebrates an International Day

[Translate to english:] International students show the peculiarities of their home countries.

Students present their home countries (Bild: A. Printz)

Whether from China, Iran, Italy, Poland or India - students and employees at the TUM School of Life Science in Freising come from more than 60 countries. In the meantime, even every fifth person who studies or works on campus has international roots. The International Office will celebrate this diversity with an "International Day" on Wednesday, 6 November 2019.

All students and employees of the TUM School of Life Science are invited to the "International Day" in the central lecture hall building, Maximus-von-Imhof-Forum 6. Together with former exchange students, foreign students will present the cultural and culinary peculiarities of their respective home and host countries. For example, visitors can expect a fashion show with typical national costumes, Latin American dances and many delicacies from different regions.

While foreign students present their culture, local students who are interested in a stay abroad get first-hand information about the host country and can talk to the international students.
Starting at 15:00, interested students will be able to inform themselves about the organization and funding opportunities of a stay abroad in two lectures. They will be supported by students who have just returned from a foreign university and report on their experiences at the respective universities.

With a welcome by the foreign representative, Prof. Dr. Dieter Langosch, the fair will start at 16:30 in the foyer with country stands, music, dance, presentations and culinary delights from all over the world.

Further informations about the International Day.

Editorial Office:
Susanne Neumann
Press- and public relations at the TUM School of Life Sciences