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 Welcome to the
WWU International Staff Week
WWU International Staff Week
Dear participants,
A warm and cordial welcome to WWU Münster!
This is one of the busiest times of the year, but your presence here and your participation in our first International Staff week brings a smile of pleasure to our faces.
We all look forward to a lively exchange of ideas and we hope that you will enjoy the
opportunity to become acquainted with this university’s community, its diversity and
international character.
I would like to thank the many WWU staff members who made this staff week possible and who contribute to
its comprehensive programme.
And I thank you for sharing your thoughts with us, for giving us your time this week and being our guests, thus
making the WWU Münster even more international.
Yours sincerely,
Matthias Schwarte
Head of Administration
Programme
Monday, 01.12.
Tuesday, 02.12.
09.00
12.00
CENTRAL SERVICES – Venue: Sensatssaal, Schlossplatz 2
> Welcome by Prof. Dr. Stefan Klein, Chairman of Internationalisation Committee
> International Office – Student Services; > Personnel Development; > Student Advisory and Counselling Centre (ZSB); > Teacher Training Centre (ZfL)
12.00 13.30
Wednesday, 03.12.
09.00
12.30
CREATIVITY
WORKSHOP
ideas of Tuesday’s session
17.00
WELCOME AT WWU
13.30
> Welcome by Mr. Matthias Schwarte
PARALLEL SESSIONS – Venue: International Office/Career Service, Schlossplatz 3
Internationalisation
– Head of Administration and patron
> Internationalisation, structures and projects at the WWU
of WWU International Staff Week
> International Partnership Development
> Welcome by Dr. Anke Kohl,
LUNCH – Venue: Graduate Centre, Schlossplatz 6
and farewell
14.00
PARALLEL SESSIONS – Venue: International Office/Career Service, Schlossplatz 3
Internationalisation 1
> Student mobility – general overview and WWU perspective; > Language preparation in
19.00
experiences of partners
Fundraising & Alumni Work
> Fundraising and alumni activities at WWU; > Press Work and Public Relations – experien-
Domplatz
ces of partners; > Science Communcation – experiences of partners
19.00
> Approach to students: communication, motivation, participation
Career Opportunities
> Collaboration with companies and employers
> German supporting system: start-up advisors in universities, intellectualproperty rights,
> Use of online tools and e-learning
(Crowd-)Funding capital for Start ups; > The Business Model Canvas - a strategic manage-
WESTPHALIAN DINNER
– Venue: Kruse Baimken, Am Stadtgraben 52
ment and entrepreneurial tool
19.30
PUB EVENING – Venue: Cavete – Münster’s oldest pub; Kreuzstraße 37/38
18.00 20.00
19.15 Optional meeting point to go to pub: in front of Cathedral, Domplatz
* WiFi will be available on conference venues
Optional Lunch at
‘Die Brücke’
of ERASMUS non-teaching staff mobility at WWU; > Staff Weeks and Staff Exchange –
GUIDED CITY TOUR
12.00
International Centre
> Staff mobility – general overview; formats and types of staff mobility; > Implementation
– Venue/Meeting point:
Wilmergasse 2
ERASMUS+; > Recognition of ECTS credits and grades ; > Housing
Public Visibility
> Career Services: organisation, structure, portfolio
> Secret Santa
– Venue: International
> Press work and Marketing at WWU
OLD CAMPUS TOUR /
WALK TO DINNER VENUE
11.30
>Feed-back session
– Venue: Festsaal, Schlossplatz 5
-
- `Die Brücke`
Centre `Die Brücke`
17.00
17.30
International Centre
> Graduate Centre
Internationalisation 2
Career Opportunities
19.00
> Family Service Office; > Dual Career Service; > Equal Opportunity Office;
Wrap-up
>Introduction of
CENTRAL SERVICES – Venue: Senatssaal, Schlossplatz 2
> Double and Joint Degrees
> Science Communication – experiences of partners
-
12.30 14.00
-
> Internationalization under Erasmus and Erasmus+
09.00
-
11.00 12.30
> Introduction and getting acquainted
> Public Relations – experiences of partners
17.00
TIME FOR INDIVIDUAL MEETINGS
> Internationalisation at Home
Head of International Office
TOUR UNIVERSITY LIBRARY (ULB)
friday, 05.12.
– Venue/Meeting Point: in front of ULB, Krummer Timpen 3
– Venue: WWU Weiterbildung, Königsstr. 47
14.00
09.30 10.30
bringing together the
– and mining new ones.
LUNCH – Venue: Graduate Centre, Schlossplatz 6
ThuRsday, 04.12.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT – Venue: Alexander-von-Humboldt Haus, Hüfferstraße 61
MAP
Participants
NAME
University
NAME
UNIversity
Julie Allen
University of
Paula Haarhuis
Radboud University,
> Marketing
Northampton,
> International Office
Netherlands
Department
United Kingdom
Dr. Alexia Azzini
Università degli
Susan Hazeldine
University of Wolver-
> Finance
Studi di Verona, Italy
> International Centre
hampton, England
Myriam Berraquero
Universidad Pablo de
Ave-Lii Idavain
University of Tartu,
Raya
Olavide, Spain
> Communications
Estonia
Department
> Postgraduate Center
and Marketing
Department
Sybil Bouten
Radboud University,
Caroline Kelly
Linköping University,
> International Office
Netherlands
> Dean‘s Office,
Sweden
Faculty of Education
Ana López Pampín
University of A
Winnie Kristensen
Aarhus University,
> International
Coruña, Spain
> International Centre
Denmark
Eliska Goncarova
Masaryk University,
Ugne Marija
Vilnius Gediminas
> Career Centre
Czech Republic
Narkeviciute
Technical University,
> Integration and
Lithuania
Relations Office
Career Department
NAME
University
NAME
UNIversity
NAME
University
NAME
UNIversity
Biljana Niemelä
Tampere University
Magda Szybiak
Warsaw School of
Colette Jameson
Liverpool Hope
Valeriia Savina
Tyumen State
> Language Centre
of Tehcnology (TUT),
> Dean‘s Office
Economics, Poland
> School of Teacher
University, United
> International Office
University, Russia
Finland
Education
Kingdom
Hanna Reinikainen
University of Eastern,
Danisa Zapparrata
Université catholique
Márcia Rodrigues
University of Coimbra,
Salvatorica Sabina
Conservatorio di
> Administration
Finland
> International Office
de Louvain, Belgium
> International
Portugal
Scanu
Musica di Vicenza
> Career Center
„Arrigo Pedrollo“,
Service Centre, Phi-
Relations Unit
Italy
losophical Faculty
Veera Ristikartano
Helsinki University
María Teresa Mato
University of A
Simona Vižiniene
International
Alessandra Stancati
Conservatorio Stata-
> Communication
Library, Finland
Pintané
Coruña, Spain
> International
Programmes and
> Career Center
le di Musica „Cesare
Department
> Institute of Health
Relations Office
Science
Relations Office,
Pollini“, Italy
Lithuania
Natalya Sandal
Aarhus University,
Teele Arak
University of Tartu,
Oana Pacurar
Babes-Bolyai Univer-
Verena Heuking
Universität
> International Centre
Denmark
> Marketing & Comm-
Estonia
> Public Relations
sity, Rumania
> International Office
Duisburg-Essen,
unication Office
Germany
Joseph Edward Smith
Aberystwyth University,
Sarunas Bulota
Kaunas University
Ivan Pemic
Zagreb School of Eco-
> International Office
United Kingdom
> Department of
of Technology,
> Graduate School
nomics and Manage-
Communication and
ment, Croatia
Lithuania
Marketing
Karen Jones
Liverpool Hope
Jessica Chagnard
INSEEC Business
Jelena Jankovic
Zagreb School of
> Personell Office
University, United
> International
School, France
> Career Center
Economics and Ma-
Kingdom
Relations Office
nagement, Croatia
ENJOY THE CITY
Green lung
Historic City Center
Lots of culture on offer
Münster is a green city with many parks and treelined avenues. The five-kilometre long Promenade
encloses the city, running along the historical municipal borders and making anywhere in the city easy
to reach by bike. With its double-rowed lime tree alley
it is one of the city’s most important transportation
corridor for all those travelling by foot, inline skates
or bicycle. Indeed, Münster is known as Germany’s
bicycle capital.
The city centre with the Prinzipalmarkt, St. Lambert’s
Church and the historic Town Hall are ideal places for
a stroll. There are also a lot of bars and restaurants
here. Wednesdays and Saturdays offer an opportunity to buy fresh local food on the traditional market on
Cathedral Square (Domplatz).
> www.muenster.de/stadt/tourismus/en/old-townarea.html
Theatre performances, variety shows, live concerts,
a stroll though a museum, a visit to the cinema, readings - as far as culture goes, Münster has something
for everyone, young and old. After intense discussion with your colleagues work it’s wonderfully easy to
switch off and relax. For example, the Kuhviertel with
its winding alleyways is one of the most traditional
quarters with old student pubs in Muenster city centre.
Shopping
Museums in Münster – in the city and at
the university
Relax by the water
Münster’s Lake Aa is near the city centre and an ideal
place for taking a walk, jogging or sailing. This is also
where the „all-weather zoo“, as well as a variety of
restaurants, can be found. Münster’s harbour area
with its bars and leisure facilities is also a favourite
meeting place. A detour to the Kreativkai, Münster’s
nightlife boulevard at the city harbour, is not only to
be recommended on warm summer evenings. You
will find an exciting combination of art and culture.
> www.muenster.de/stadt/tourismus/en/aasee.html
> www.muenster.de/stadt/tourismus/en/port.html
Münster Arkaden is a shopping arcade over three storeys, including numerous stores but also exquisite
cuisine. In case you need to visit a pharmacy (‘Apotheke’ in German), please look for the
sign.
Münster Souvenirs are to be found in many stores,
but also in the city centre, Heinrich-Brüning-Str. 7;
www.muenster-souvenirs.de . Shops in the city centre are open until at least 7 pm – the big department
and chain stores are open until 8 pm. Supermarkets
are often open til 10 pm or even later.
> www.muenster.de/stadt/tourismus/en/going-out_
shopping.html
Art, scientific exhibits, historical items on display –
there is a wide variety of museums in Münster and
some of them have a first-class reputation far beyond
the city precincts.
LWL-State Museum of Art and Cultural
History
Collections and special exhibitions from medieval art
to modern avant-garde -just recently re-opened
and the new architectonical highlight of Münster.
– Domplatz 10
> www.lwl.org/LWL/Kultur/museumkunstkultur
Museum of Lacquer Art
Europe’s only museum displaying lacquer art from
East Asia, Europe and the Islamic world with objects
from the past two millennia. Tuesday afternoon: free
admission.
> www.museum-fuer-lackkunst.de/en/homepage
City Museum
The history of the city from the earliest times to the
present – with special exhibitions. Free admission.
– Salzstraße 28
> www.muenster.de/stadt/museum
STAFF WEEK TEAM
Pablo Picasso Museum of Graphic Art
A unique collection of around 800 lithographs by Picasso.
> www.graphikmuseum.de
Münster University Archaeological
Museum
A display of the history of Greek and Roman art.
Free admission.
– Domplatz 20-22
> www.uni-muenster.de/ArchaeologischesMuseum/
How to get around in Münster
Bus: public transport in Münster is by bus. You can
buy tickets in the bus. The closest bus stop to the
venue of our Staff Week is „ Landgericht“ and can be
reached with the buses: 11, 12, 13, 22.
> www.stadtwerke-muenster.de
Taxi: taxis in Germany are ivory-coloured; the central
phone number is: 0251-19410
Bike: you like to get the full Münster experience? Rent
a bike at the Radstation („Bicycle Station“) situated
in front of the train station and directly in the city:
Berliner Platz 27a or Stubengasse 1
> www.radstation.de
NAME
Dr. Anke Kohl
Sandra Wiegand
WWU Münster
E-MAIL
Head of
anke.kohl@
International Office
uni-muenster.de
International Office,
sandra.wiegand@
Internationalisation of
uni-muenster.de
The museum shows the history of the Bible from original earliest manuscripts up to the present day. Free
admission.
– Pferdegasse 1
> www.uni-muenster.de/Bibelmuseum
Sophie Wohlhage
Maria Homeyer
WWU Münster
E-MAIL
International Office -
alexander.sommer@
Communication
uni-muenster.de
Dean‘s Office, Inter-
sophie.wohlhage@
national Relations
wiwi.uni-muenster.de
Center, MSBE
International Office,
maria.homeyer@
Coordination of Staff
uni-muenster.de
Telje Busse
Career Development
[email protected]
Center, MSBE
uni-muenster.de
MEET Battery
stephanie.kassing@
Research, Public
uni-muenster.de
Mobility
Nina Karidio
International Office,
nina.karidio@
Coordination of EU
uni-muenster.de
Elisa Könnecke
International Office,
elisa.koennecke@
ESS- Exchange Student
uni-muenster.de
Service
Stephanie Kaßing
Relations
Please don’t forget …
... to bring a small present or give away (max. worth 5€)
for our Secret Santa event on Friday.
… to bring flat shoes. Münster is a picturesque city
with a lot of cobblestones and we also invite you to
walk a bit with us. Don’t worry, the dresscode for
WWU’s International Staff week is casual.
… to bring warm clothes and an umbrella– sometimes
the weather in Münster is unpredictable.
... to be aware that pictures are taken during sessions.
Alexander Sommer
Curriculum and Teaching
Student Mobility
Münster University Bible Museum
NAME
CONTACTS AND EMERGENCY NUMBERS
Münster is a safe city. However, especially at busy times we advise you to be aware of pick-pockets. Also the sheer number of
cyclists can sometimes challenge you – so please be careful.
In case you need any special assistance and help please
contact us:
> International Office: + 49-251-8322215
> The overall emergency number for police and ambulance is: 110
We Welcome YoU!
tional
Your WWU Interna
Staff Week Team
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