Cam­pus events & News­let­ter

In­ter­na­tio­nal Event Ca­len­dar

All the events in the field of intercultural learning at the University of Kassel:
International Event Calendar

Wel­co­me Cent­re News­let­ter

Meet people, experience new things - both of them in Campus Club, every Monday from 7 to 11 p.m. in Max Kade Haus.

Details: Campus Club

Get to know and love Kassel, our University and German culture. All international doctoral students and academics are invited cordially to attend the Club evenings at the International House every first Thursday of the month from 6 pm.
If you have registered as an international doctoral candidate or researcher in the guest researcher database, you will automatically receive an invitation to the events. International House club evenings

An overview of the excursions organized by the Welcome Centre can be found in our calendar of events.

Mamaliga cu Braza from Romania, Turkish sekerpare, Australian fairy bread and palau from Iran: this semester’s International Dinner began at the Moritz restaurant, which is right next to the central refectory on HoPla, on Friday 12 May at 7 p.m. The main idea behind the International Dinner is simple – each person brings a dish made in their home country/culture for the buffet and each participant will be able to try the favourite dishes of people from all over the world. Afterwards, we agree on which dish was the best! Votes are awarded for the most delicious vegetarian and non-vegetarian contestant and the best dessert. The International Dinner at the Moritz Restaurant is a joint project organised by the Student Services Organisation, the Welcome Centre and the Buddy Programme. The hosts of this event are looking forward to seeing students from around the world and, naturally, the creative dishes that they bring with them! 

The date for the next dinner: here

The Cultural Centre is the cultural centre of the student body of the University of Kassel and is administered by the AStA. The cultural center is located next to the ASL building and the Science Center.

Finding your way in a new place can be difficult.

Wouldn't it be great if you had somebuddy to help you find your way around campus and Kassel? An experienced student who can give you useful information and tips about living and studying in Kassel?

Your Buddy...

... is your personal contact person.

... helps you as soon as possible with your questions about the university and your course of studies.

... helps you to become familiar with the University of Kassel and the German culture.

You will socialize quickly with nice people inside and outside the university and improve your German language skills.

Details and registration: Buddy-Programme

New country, new city, unknown university and no family and friends nearby. What does it feel like? To offer foreign students who are new in Kassel advice and help is the aim of the International Study Center program "MitEinAnder". The central idea: foreign students are introduced to a a German family as a "Patenfamilie".

For more Information: Guest families programme