University courses and workshops
We hold courses and workshops on intercultural communication for the following
RWTH Aachen University
Our workshops on intercultural communication at the RWTH Aachen
University are a joint initiative of the RWTH Alumni Team and the
university's International Office (Akademisches Auslandsamt), and are given
several times each semester for students of all faculties.
We also give similar seminars and workshops for other numerous target groups
at RWTH Aachen University, for example as part of the career-training for female students, for administrative staff, as well as for professors, graduate
programs, visiting student groups and scholarship holders from abroad (UROP International, Keio
University, KOSEF, GUtech, etc.) and doctoral
RWTH Aachen University & Universität St. Gallen:
"Executive MBA for Technology Managers"
We contribute a two-day Workshop on Intercultural
Business Communication to the "International Management" module of
the "Executive MBA for Technology Managers" programme.
We contributed a similar workshop to the Global
Logistics Management module of the "Executive MBA in Logistikmanagement"
programme at the Universität St. Gallen.
We have given similar seminars and workshops for students of other
universities and graduate schools, please find a selection of them below:
Guest lectures and seminars
We have also been invited by the following universities to give guest lectures
and seminars: Simon Fraser University
(Vancouver, Canada), University of British
Columbia (Vancouver, Canada), Maastricht
University (The Netherlands), Wharton School
(University of Pennsylvania, USA), MIT
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA).
Testimonials and feedback
Are you interested in what the students say about our workshop? Read
what kind of personal impressions they have left on their feedback
A student's perspective
Read about how Chowdhry Girirajanand, a student from India and a
participant of the first RWTH workshop on intercultural communication,
experienced the workshop and the impact it had on him.