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Heidelberg Campus – Student Orientation and Registration Day

Congratulations on joining us at the Schiller International University – Heidelberg Campus!

SIU – Heidelberg Campus offers orientation program designed to help first-year students, transfer students, and all our international students successfully transition to our community.  Throughout your orientation, you will be exposed to many valuable resources, interact with a variety of campus staff members, student ambassadors and participate in social experiences to begin to make new connections with fellow Schillerians, learn more about academic and student life at the University, receive your class schedule, and more.


Weekend MBA at Heidelberg Campus

Fast-track your career with our new Weekend MBA program!

Schiller International University Heidelberg campus is proud to announce the launch of our new Weekend MBA designed for those with work or family commitments to study a full MBA course outside of the usual academic schedule.

With courses running on Friday evenings and Saturdays and Sundays, you can take control of your future and still meet your day-to-day commitments. This is your chance to take your career in a new direction. Whether you’re already a business professional, in full time employment, a parent or you just want to change your career path, we have the right course for you!


WEEKEND MBA QUICK FACTS

  • Classes taught over three weekends out of four (with a break between weekends 2 and 3 where possible)
  • 9 am start and end before 6 pm
  • 15 modules over 16 month period
  • One Program, Two Degrees (US degree: Schiller, European degree: University of Roehampton)
  • US, UK & German Accreditation
  • Teaching language: English
  • English proficiency is to be documented with an official TOEFL or IELTS test result
  • Tuition Fee: € 28,000

So what are you waiting for? Apply today to build for tomorrow!

Click here to register your interest

Council of Europe in Strasbourg

SIU students visit the Council of Europe in Strasbourg

Students attending Master in International Relations and Diplomacy Programme at Schiller International University  (Heidelberg Campus) visited the Council of Europe in Strasbourg (France) with their Professor, Dr. Alenka Verbole

The two days study trip within the framework of the Conflict and Peace Strategies Course allowed the students to engage in a constructive dialogue with the Council of Europe high profile officials. Among others they met with Mr Matjaz Gruden, Director of Democratic Participation and Mr Dmitri Marchenkov, Deputy Head of co-operation and external relation service a.i. at the CoE Congress of Local and regional Authorities learning more about the Council, its mandate, and its approach to the conflict prevention and peacebuilding.

While the Council of Europe does not engage it the matters of defense issues it plays an important role in conflict prevention and reconciliation. A presentation of Ms Myrtia Murgia, Programme  Officer, and Mr Andrew Forde, Advisor,  both CoE Directorate of Political Affairs explained in details  the reconciliation efforts of the CoE when dealing with frozen and protracted conflicts. Another special session took place focusing on the Dayton Peace Agreement with the first ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the CoE, Mr Igor Davor Gaon.

 

Council of Europe in Strasbourg

Council of Europe in Strasbourg

Schiller Heidelberg SAP visit

 

Today our students took the opportunity to visit SAP, one of the biggest business software companies in the world with regional offices in over 180 countries.

 

About SAP SE:

SAP Purpose and Promise

”At SAP, our purpose is to help the world run better and improve people’s lives. Our promise is to innovate to help our customers run at their best. SAP is committed to helping every customer become a best-run business. We engineer solutions to fuel innovation, foster equality, and spread opportunity across borders and cultures. Together, with our customers and partners, we can transform industries, grow economies, lift up societies, and sustain our environment.”

 

SAP Diversity and Inclusion

”Creating a diverse, inclusive, and bias-free culture makes us a better company. Diversity fuels our innovation, enhances our engagement with both customers and employees, and helps drive business success in this rapidly changing, digital world. At SAP, we are dedicated to eliminating bias in the workplace and want to enable every individual to be recognized for what they have to contribute – and have the freedom to be their authentic selves.”