21 April 2016 Tobias Stüdemann, Freie Universität Berlin, will be making the presentations for TSU students and employees
14.00 – 15.00 Internationalisation Begins at Home. Concept, Implementation, and First Achievements in Internationalisation at Freie Universität Berlin
The staff members of International Departments are invited.
The presentation aims to demonstrate the approach developed by one of the best German universities to design and implement a development strategy by international trajectory. It also highlights the importance of its International Office and Faculties/Departments in internationalisation. The presentation provides an overview of the first achievements in internationalisation, including Russia.
15.30 – 16.30 What is Research Proposal and How to Contact Potential Supervisor at Freie Universität Berlin
Senior Bachelor’s and Master’s students, PhD candidates, and postdoctoral fellows are invited. Proficiency in English or German is required.
The workshop is a thorough representation of research proposal: why? what points should be taken into account to succeed in writing to an international professor?
The presentation is based on the experience of a representative from Freie Universität Berlin.
Venue: Room 215, Main Building
Tobias Stüdemann is an expert in the development of international collaboration and internationalisation of universities in the context of Russian and German partnership. Tobias Stüdemann is highly experienced in implementing the development strategy known as International Network University.
Freie Universität Berlin is a young developing university ranked among German top 9 universities engaged into Exzellenz, the programme that aims to promote top-level research and to improve the quality of German universities and research institutions. Freie Universität Berlin was highly appreciated for its strategy International Network University.
Freie Universität supports its 5 postgraduate schools and 3 clusters and promotes their research projects.
Freie Universität Berlin is ranked 72 in the Times Higher Education World Universities Rankings and 119 in QS Rankings.