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23.10.2017
BAföG-Beratung an der Hochschule

Am 23. Oktober findet an der Hochschule Ansbach ein Sprechtag der BAföG-Beratung des Studentenwerks Erlangen-Nürnberg statt. [mehr]

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25.10.2017
„Frankreich und Deutschland nach den Wahlen - wie geht es weiter mit der EU?“

Beginn:  18.00 Uhr, Hörsaal 70.1.4, Hochschule Ansbach
Referent: Prof. Henri Ménudier

„Frankreich und Deutschland nach den Wahlen - wie geht es weiter mit der EU?“

Beginn:  18.00 Uhr, Hörsaal 70.1.4, Hochschule Ansbach
Referent: Prof. Henri Ménudier

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ERASMUS-Student Attila Szesztay
ERASMUS-Student Attila Szesztay

Attila Szesztay, ERASMUS-Student from Budapest 

I had the opportunity of studying Energy and Environmental Systems Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Ansbach.

There were only 15 or 20 international students visiting the whole university. This turned out to be an advantage. We socialised with German students and therefore we had to learn the German language. Students in Ansbach are really open and friendly. The size of the University is perfect for an ERASMUS-semester. The employees in the International Office proved to be a great help in all kinds of situations.

The lectures were pleasant and relaxed. The lectures aren’t overfilled with a maximum of about 60 students. It makes it easier to ask questions during lectures and to get to know your lecturer.

To put it in a nutshell – come to Ansbach. It’s well worth it!

 


Beth Purcell student from MSSU
Beth Purcell, student from MSSU

Beth Purcell, exchange student from Missouri Southern State University

One of the greatest awards of my year abroad in Ansbach, is the mixture of German and exchange students who I now call my friends.

My professors were friendly and helpful. The students who I studied with were all very helpful and patient. My goal for my year abroad was to improve my German and to experience how the Germans live. I couldn’t have picked a better university in order to achieve both these goals.

The only mistake I made was not to have studied abroad sooner.