By February 28 (extended deadline), we welcome applications to our Study and Internship Programs starting in fall 2021 from students currently enrolled at universities in the U.S. and Canada or at our partner institutions in Brazil; UNISINOS and PUCRS. All applicants will automatically be considered for a 1,000 EUR travel grant.
In three different program lines, students can choose to study and/or intern in Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Münster or Osnabrück, our seven top university locations throughout Germany. Applicants can choose whether they wish to study for a semester through our Study Program (SP), do an internship (IP), or go for the combined Study and Internship (SIP) experience for a year.
Choose your program
Experience hands-on research opportunities at a German university of applied sciences. Internships offered by UAS7 member faculty allow IP participants to work in and alongside teams in our campus research laboratories and institutes.
Get inspired by others
On our YouTube channel, former SIP participants share their UAS7 experience in Germany. Have a look:
Kayla Lombardi speaks about her experiences in the UAS7 Study and Internship Program and in the beautiful city Hamburg where she especially loves the harbour.
Aaron Stainsby, from the University of Florida, talks about his experience interning in a research lab at Munich University of Applied Sciences and traveling through Germany and Europe.
Ana Mezzomo Tecchio from Brazil speaks about her experience, interning at the Corporate Architecture Institute of TH Köln - University of Applied Sciences.
Our universities are currently either running full online or hybrid semesters. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 we can't guarantee that the SIP programs will take place in the way they previously did, since there are many conditions out of our hands. UAS7 has decided to still accept applications for the upcoming SIP deadlines for programs starting in Fall 2021. If by the time the program start approaches, a physical presence is not safe enough, we will try to provide different options to all applicants to still be able to participate. However, programs may still be cancelled, if no other option can be safely provided. We continue to watch the developments on both sides of the Atlantic and will keep all applicants up to date.