The International Teaching Week took place in person again for the first time in two years, with old and new faces.
Two weeks ago, Dr. Denys Meshkov and Hanna Prytychenko, employees of the German Training Centre (DAZ) of our partner university in Ukraine, visited FIW to discuss future cooperation opportunities.
New virtual cooperation project with Ukrainian partner university has started–Main topic: Sustainability in digitalisation
Last week, our project staff Franziska Meyer and Maike Antlitz visited our partner institution the Sheffield Hallam University in the UK, with whom they work closely in the project FHWS Praxis International.
The application phase begins on 15.11.2021 for the start of studies in the summer semester of 2022
Urban planning as an important aspect for shaping community life: urban economy, safety and inclusion are among the topics of the future
Smart Technologies for Sustainability, Mobility and Economic Growth: The first international and virtual hackathon at FHWS will take place at the end of May in cooperation with two partner universities from Thailand and China.
In the week from 07.06. to 11.06.2021, five modules will be offered by guest lecturers from our partner universities
The very good quality of our degree programs was again confirmed by external reviewers
The faculty invests in hardware for teaching artificial intelligence
A pilot project to test various telepresence technologies in a virtual exchange context
FIW can now be visited easily and comfortably from home.
In face to face conversations, a multitude of channels of communication is used. However, not everybody is able to perceive a communication situation on all of these channels. For example, not all non-verbal information is...
Internationalisation of company contacts and practice stays as the second pillar of the internationalisation of FHWS
Starting in November, FHWS offers two new extra-occupational training courses on intelligent data analysis and artificial intelligence. The courses are free of charge. New technologies and the ever increasing availability of...
Thirty students of three higher education institutions from three countries develop technologies, business plans and marketing concepts