Large range of partners

DEGIS as a well connected network has a broad range of partners, supporters and sponsors from all areas of expertise and backgrounds.

Our partners are crucial for us to provide the best possible service for international students in Germany. They allow us to offer our members learning opportunities, networking possibilities, and practical experiences in order to succeed in Germany.

Who are our partners?

Our partners are as diverse as our community. They come from the private and public sector, are large and small in size and have various different aims. What they do have in common is that the share the core values of DEGIS: diversity, endurance, globalization, internationality and sustainability.

Check out below to see who they are and what they do.

AIESEC Germany

AIESEC is an international exchange organisation for internships & voluntary experiences abroad. In Germany, AIESEC has 35 locations and more than 1.000 members.

EWOR Fellowship

EWOR is Europe’s most-renowned entrepreneurship education fellowship. You will meet unicorn founders, receive free office space and focus on a pre-defined innovation challenge from an established corporation.

Studo

Studo develops digital solutions for universities. The Studo app, available for Android and iOS, was developed for students to make their daily study life easier. Numerous functions such as mail client, calendar, chat, wiki or newsfeed ensure tens of thousands of satisfied users* in Europe.

Lern-Fair

Lern-Fair is a central, Germany-wide platform offering digital educational opportunities for students.

The E-Learning provider wants to set an example for more educational justice and supports students regardless of their background, gender, and social status.

VDSI

Verband Deutscher Studierendeninitiativen e. V. is the association of fifteen of the largest student initiatives in Germany.

Officially founded in 2014, the VDSI today represents more than 100,000 students at 83 locations across Germany in almost 350 local groups and thus represents a large proportion of students who are involved in non-university activities.

intap network

intap network bridges the skill gap in and around the region Saxony by connecting the high potential international talents with high tech growing companies.

Studies Without Borders

Studieren Ohne Grenzen (SOG) Deutschland e.V. is a non-profit and non-governmental organization that promotes higher education in countries of the Global South. SOG awards scholarships to people who want to contribute to a better future for their countries. Furthermore, SOG strives to improve the educational infrastructure in its program regions as well as create public awareness in Germany.

GISMA Business School

GISMA Business School offers postgraduate and undergraduate degrees in business, computing, engineering, and an MBA as a University of Applied Sciences, and offer postgraduate degrees awarded by partnership Universities. They have four campuses across Germany; Potsdam is home to GISMA University of Applied Sciences, partnership degrees run from Berlin and Hamburg, and GISMA Language School programmes are delivered in Hannover and Berlin.

ZEIT GERMANY

The Student Guide is made and published by DIE ZEIT (the German leading weekly newspaper) for guiding international students through studying, researching, working and living in the country where the spirit of Humboldt can still be found.

Goethe-Zentrum Tirana

The Goethe-Zentrum Tirana is part of the international network of Goethe Institutes and has the mission of promoting and developing cultural cooperation between Germany and Albania.

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