Homecoming event at Heidelberg campus

Yesterday, our students, faculty and administration enjoyed a night of live music, food, drinks and good company at the Schiller International University Heidelberg Homecoming event. And we got to see some new faces. Welcome everyone!

The event featured our favorite band NORDAKAS, who represents a mix of cultures, styles and ages and expressed their happiness and feelings through one of the only ways that everyone understands: music.

Housing Opportunities - American House

Housing Opportunities – Fall 2017


We are happy to announce to you that we are providing some new housing opportunities, namely dorms for rent, if you are looking for some accommodation in Paris. Although we still have rooms available, they’re being filled up quickly.

Two Dorms are available for students

  • The American House is located in the 14th Arrondissement: “The FEU welcomes American and international students and researchers in its 267 individual rooms (17m2 on average= 180ft2), overlooking the Parc Montsouris or the interior garden. Each room is equipped with a bed, desk, chair, closet, and sink. Residents have access to free unlimited wireless internet throughout the building. Each floor is equipped with several communal bathrooms with sinks, showers, and separate toilets. The FEU offers several communal spaces including kitchens, a library (open 24/7), two small study rooms, a computer room, a recreational space and a music room, as well as a concert hall and a gallery space for cultural events.”
  • The Foyer Notre Dame (only for women) is located in the 11thArrondissement. It has student Rooms with Single beds or Double Beds (Breakfast Included). Each room (17m2=180 ft2) provides basic furniture with Internet connection.

If you are interested in either of these housing opportunities, then please let us know as soon as possible.

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Heidelberg students trip to Mallorca

Thanks to everyone who participated in Schiller International University Heidelberg’s trip to the stunning island of Mallorca. Our International Business and International Relations and Diplomacy students enjoyed the Spanish summer breeze last weekend, celebrated with students and staff and made amazing memories together #summerbreak #studentstour


Tampa Bay’s Commencement Ceremony


Tampa Bay Campus – Commencement Ceremony 2017

On July 28th 2017, Schiller Tampa Bay proudly held their Annual Commencement Ceremony.  Almost 75 graduates crossed the stage with over 200 hundred family and friends cheering them on.  The Schiller graduates came from all over the world, including: America, India, Kenya, The Ivory Coast, Nigeria and many more.  As Nithin Sujay Portabulla (the student speaker) explained, “We came [to the USA] with a tinge of fear along with a lot of excitement.  The reason was simple, we were alone, and stepping into an entirely new country we have never been before, so fear just tags along with the excitement.  But when we left this institution, we were filled with a lot of confidence and a tremendous amount of courage”.  That theme was augmented by the Keynote speaker Keith Overton, a Schiller Alumni and former faculty-member, who is currently President of the largest resort on the west coast of Florida, TradeWinds Resort; he advised the graduates on 7 key points that will simplify the professional world and assist in achieving each individual’s goals and dreams.

Dreams are what these individuals fulfilled that night by crossing the Schiller stage.  It could be seen in the graduate’s and loved one’s eyes that they were filled with pride and joy.  To see the one time student’s transition to the graduate is a joy that the staff and faculty strive for every day.  This made it a special moment in history for all involved.

Now these special Schiller individuals will go out among other professionals and, in the words of the 2016 – 2017 Valedictorian, Bianca Zarybnisky, “Let’s all take the knowledge we received from this program, coupled with the friendships and ideas we have discussed through our different backgrounds and culture, and make a difference in not only our lives, but in the lives of others.”

Congratulations Schiller Class of 2016 – 2017!!!!! 

Introducing our New Student Activities Council Leaders

Please welcome the new 2017 Student Activities Council (SAC)  leaders of the Tampa Bay Campus!

The students who will be proudly representing Schiller, Tampa Bay are:

Luisa Kapuito – President –Country of origin: Angola – Seated

Taiwo Adekeye – Vice President – Country of Origin:  Nigeria – Right Standing

Taha Eladaba – Treasurer – Country of Origin:  Libya – Center Standing

Agnelo Quitadica – Secretary – Country of Origin:  Angola – Left Standing

SAC is a student-run organization whose primary function is to plan and facilitate cultural, social, recreational, and educational events at Schiller International University.  SAC is responsive to student interest, with a primary goal of fostering campus community and unity throughout Schiller.  The representatives from this organization work as ambassadors for the students.  These particular students assist in planning and executing student events.

The SAC encourages you to stop and speak with them about any events/plans happening, or ideas you have for the student community.