Join us for our first Kaffeestunde this semester in the German House at 65 Lawn Avenue on Wednesday, September 19 from 5-6:30 p.m. You will meet former Wesleyan students who have studied in Regensburg and Berlin. They will talk about their experiences and answer questions.
All five students have been studying with our Regensburg Program at Regensburg University, Germany since January 2012. Here you see them during a visit to Berlin in front of the German Reichstag in Berlin.
From left to right: Oscar Takabvirwa’14, Taylor Steele’14, Shu Zhang’13, Julius Bjornson’14, Afi Tettey-Fio’13
Join us for an informal information session on Wednesday, September 21 from 5-6 p.m. in Fisk 414. You will meet former Wesleyan students who have studied in Regensburg and our German exchange student Stefanie Schaffler. We will start with a presentation on living and studying in Regensburg and then will have time for questions.
The German House is hosting an information session for students who are interested in studying at Regensburg University. Wesleyan students who participated in this program last semester will be attending this meeting and will talk about their experiences. Also invited are German students from Regensburg who are studying at Wesleyan this year. German Studies faculty will also be there tow answer questions.
[Photos by Rachael Cleveland]
“Regensburg. Eine dieser Städte, bei denen alles stimmt. Alte Mauern, junges Volk (Universität!), ein Fluss, immer eine gute Mischung. […] An der Flussstraße Antiquitätenläden, weinumkränzte Lokale wie das Sausen-Eck, urkundlich erwähnt bereits 1363. Oha! Das haut den stärksten Ami vom Burger-King-Hocker.” – Wolfgang Röhl (Stern Nr. 25/2007)