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- The tuition fee of 950 € covers the participation in the first 7 days of the course, the course material, and public events.
- The tuition fee of 1,250 € covers the participation in the full 10-days course, the certificate “Intercultural Trainer”, the course material, and public events.
Not included are: participants’ accommodation and board, travel costs and visa. You can book accommodation and full board additionally through us, though.
Yes, you are free to arrange your own accommodation. Please note that the Jacobs University Campus is located in Bremen Nord (in Vegesack), 20km away from the city center. In the past, some participants stayed in hotels or AirBnB in Bremen Vegesack, Grohn, Lesum or Burg. For more information on the location of the university, please check this page.
Staff members at European universities might benefit from a staff training grant under Erasmus+ (more information can be found here).
Participants from Germany might be able to apply for “Bildungsurlaub” – you can find more information on that and the federal states in which we are recognized for “Bildungsurlaub” here.
ECTS stands for European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System. It is a standard for comparing the study attainment and performance of students of higher education across the European Union and other collaborating European countries. 1 ECTS point is equivalent to 30 hours of work. Home universities may decide on the equivalent credits they may award to their students based on that description.
Yes, you can. However, you should contact the academic office of your home university to make sure a transfer of credits can be guaranteed.
If you need a visa to enter Germany, please let us know promptly. We can provide you with an invitation letter. This letter will only be send to you upon special request and receipt of your payment.
You can find information on how to reach Bremen and the Jacobs University Campus by flight/train/public transportation/car here . Please note that the campus is located in Vegesack in Bremen-Nord (20km outside the city center).
There is WiFi on campus (in all buildings). You will receive your login details upon arrival. If you are a student, you can also use the Eduroam network on campus.
You don’t necessarily have to bring a laptop as you won’t need it for participation in the Intercultural Trainer Academy. In the past, some participants found it useful to have their laptop, especially for days 8-10 when designing their own training sessions.
- Passport / ID
- Writing material
- Rain protection
- Comfortable shoes
- Typical snack food from your home country (for our intercultural snack night)
- 7-days course: 150/200 € for food + 70/100 € for additional self-organized activities = 220/300 €
- Full 10-days course: 200/250 € for food + 100/120 € for additional self-organized activities = 300/370 €
You can eat on campus in the servery (“Mensa”). Keep in mind that you need to get a guest card and upload cash to it in order to pay for your meals. We are happy to provide you with more information on how to do so once you arrive on campus.
We are offfering a social program for participants of the Intercultural Trainer Academy, including activities on the weekend. Once you have successfully registered for the Intercultural Trainer Academy, we will keep you informed about the social program. You can join in the offered leisure activities or organize your own trips.
Outside the official class hours (9:00-18:00 from Monday to Thursday, 09:00-15:00 on Friday), you can spend your free time any way you like. If you want to organize a social activity on your own or visit friends or family that live nearby, you are free to do so. Often participants also organize social gatherings in the evening or on the weekend (e.g. exploring Bremen or traveling to Bremerhaven).
We will give you an emergency number shortly before your arrival to Bremen for questions concerning the Intercultural Trainer Academy. For real danger situations, emergency numbers in Germany are the following: Police: 110 │Ambulance and Fire department: 112 │