Globus
Globus

Cooperation around the world

The University of Konstanz has a wide variety of relationships with universities across the globe.

Our partner universities

University of Warsaw (Poland)
Fudan University, Shanghai (China)
Jiao Tong University, Shanghai (China)
University of Tel Aviv (Israel)
Kyiv National Economic University (Ukraine)
Charles University, Prague (Czech Republic)
Taras Schewtschenko University Kiev (Ukraine)
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University (Romania)
Moscow University for the Humanities (RGGU) (Russia)
Tokyo International University (Japan)
University of Tartu (Estonia)
Tongji University, Shanghai (China)
Kansai University, Osaka (Japan)
University of Essex (Great Britain)
Université Joseph Fourier (France)
Université de Grenoble I (France)
University College Cork (Ireland)
Université des Sciences Sociales (France)
Université de Grenoble II (France)
University of Dublin, Trinity College (Ireland)
European University Institute EUI, Florence (Italy)
Yale University, New Haven (USA)
ENS Lyon (France)
State University of New York at Stony Brook (USA)
York University, Toronto, Ontario (Canada)
Jawaharlal Nehru Univeristy JNU, New Dehli (India)

Our departmental partnerships

These partnerships are often created for cooperation in the area of research. Sometimes study abroad exchanges are also included in the agreement. Visit the departmental websites to find out more about our active and thriving, bilateral relationships.

Our exchange programmes (for all departments)

These exchange programmes were created especially for study abroad. Many of these agreements, however, have grown to include research connections as well.

Oregon: all public universities (USA) since 1977 (part of the Landesprogramm Baden-Württemberg state-to-state exchange programme)

Rutgers University, NJ (USA) since 1980

University of Massachusetts (USA) since 1983 Amherst, Boston (Landesprogramm Baden-Württemberg)

St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN (USA) since 1983

University of Akron, OH (USA) since 1990

Northern Arizona State University, Flagstaff, AR (USA) since 1990

Ontario: all 15 universities (Canada) since 1990 (Landesprogramm Baden-Württemberg)

Connecticut: various universities and colleges (USA) since 1991 (Landesprogramm Baden-Württemberg)

University of Richmond, Richmond, VA (USA) since 1995

North Carolina: 12 public universities (USA) since 1996 (Landesprogramm Baden-Württemberg)

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (USA) since 1996

South Australia: Flinder’s Univ., Univ. of Adelaide, since 1997 Univ. of South Australia (Landesprogramm Baden-Württemberg)

University of Technology Sydney, UTS (Australia) since 1999

Sookmyung Women’s University Seoul (Korea) since 1999

Universidad de Monterrey (Mexico) since 1999

Mahidol International College Bangkok (Thailand) since 1999

University of Western Cape, Cape Town (South Africa) since 2001

University of KwaZuluNatal (South Africa) since 2001

University of Pretoria (South Africa) since 2001

National University of Singapore (Singapore) since 2002

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile since 2005

Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico) since 2005 (Landesprogramm Baden-Württemberg)

Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand) since 2003

University of Guelph Ontario (Canada) since 2008

The University of Hong Kong since 2009

The University of Sydney (Australia) since 2010

California State University (USA) since 1995 (Landesprogramm Baden-Württemberg)

Ewha Womans University, Seoul (South Korea) since 2011

University of North Carolina, Greensboro (USA)

National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan since 2012

National Chengchi University, Taiwan since 2013

Australian National University (ANU) since 2013

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore since 2014

National Taiwan University, Taiwan since 2014

University of Central Oklahoma (USA) since 2015

Singapore Management University (SMU), Singapore since 2015

Our partner universities