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German universities have started an initiative to more effectively build partnerships with North American institutions of higher education and to directly connect with American students and scientists. Several consortia, representing more than 35 renowned individual German universities and universities of applied sciences, have opened liaison offices in New York to expand and deepen academic exchange between the two countries. The liaison offices (Verbindungsbüros) were inaugurated in Spring 2005 with the support of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and are located within the building of the German Consulate General in New York City.

German University Liaison Offices
871 United Nations Plaza, 15th floor
New York, NY 10017

Bucerius Law School (Bucerius)



Freedom of Thought – Reformation of University Education – Social Responsibility

Founded by the ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius, Bucerius Law School is a private law school that strives to reform German legal education and aspires to represent the German legal community in the international discourse. In keeping with the views of our benefactor, Gerd Bucerius, the aim of the Law School is to educate outstanding individuals who are willing to place their expertise at society’s disposal and to accept responsibility for others. Bucerius is an academic community of students and faculty, in which constructive-critical thinking, creativity and leadership skills, as well as a sense of team spirit and openness are cultivated. Based on the tried and tested standards of the German legal education, Bucerius Law School wants to realize the best possible education. In its desire to achieve this goal, Bucerius is aware of its responsibility in assisting the harmonization process of the higher education system in Europe.

Bucerius Law School is located in Hamburg, Germany. American Friends of Bucerius, based in New York City, represents Bucerius Law School in the US and provides opportunities for prospective, current, and alumni students to meet, network, and participate in legal programs and training throughout the year.

Dr. Nina Smidt, President American Friends of Bucerius
Phone: +1 (212) 758-3321
Email: Nina.Smidt(at)law-school.de
Bucerius Law School’s Website: www.law-school.de

American Friends of Bucerius Website: www.buceriususa.org

University Alliance Ruhr

The UA Ruhr (formerly ConRuhr North America) represents the University Alliance Ruhr (UA Ruhr), consisting of TU Dortmund University, the Ruhr University Bochum and the University of Duisburg-Essen, in North America. With over 100,000 students and over 17,000 faculty, the alliance represents one of the largest and high-performing research locations in Germany.
 The UA Ruhr New York office supports and facilitates international cooperations between UA Ruhr and partners in North America and assists with the internationalization of UA Ruhr. The office facilitates researcher and student mobility and provides a forum for knowledge and idea exchange virtually and through the organization of workshops and events.
Peter Rosenbaum, Executive Director
Phone: +1 (212) 758-3384
Fax: +1 (212) 758-1629
Email: rosenbaum(at)uaruhr.org
Website: www.uaruhr.org

Heidelberg University Association

Heidelberg University Association Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg is one of the top-ranking locations in the world of international science and scholarship. In more than 620 years of higher learning and outstanding innovative research, Germany’s oldest university has become an international synonym for academic excellence.

Heidelberg University Association in New York supports Heidelberg University’s strong transatlantic academic co-operations, student and faculty exchange as well as the close ties between Heidelberg and its Alumni in North America.

Irmintraud Jost, Executive Director
Phone: +1 (212) 758-3324
Fax: +1 (212) 758-1629
Email: ijost(at)heidelberguniversity.us
University’s Website: www.uni-heidelberg.de
Heidelberg University Association’s Website: www.heidelberguniversity.us/index.php

Freie Universität Berlin / Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

German University Alliance is the North American liaison office of Freie Universität Berlin and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, two of the top ranking excellence universities in Germany. The joint office in New York serves as a vital link between these leading universities and research universities in the United States and Canada by initiating and reinforcing joint research projects, scientific collaborations, seminars, colloquia and conferences. Founded in 2005 as a not for profit organization, German University Alliance promotes academic excellence, supports student and faculty exchange and encourages American scholars and scientists to engage in research at these distinguished universities. It also serves as the point of contact for alumni of both universities in the North American region.

Dr. Katja Simons, Executive Director
Email: simons(at)germanuniversities.org  
Phone: +1 (212) 758-3392
Website: www.germanuniversities.org

UAS7 - German Universities of Applied Sciences

UAS7 is a strategic alliance of seven leading German Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS) committed to excellence in teaching and research and close cooperation with German businesses and industries.

UAS7 represents a broad variety of about 600 degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our 100,000 students, 4000 full-time faculty members and several thousand part-time lecturers study, teach and research in seven of Germany’s most dynamic cities: Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Münster and Osnabrück. UAS7 offers degree programs in the fields of engineering and sciences, business and management, economics, social work, as well as architecture, art and design.

The UAS7 Liaison office in New York administers student and faculty exchange programs for UAS7 and North American students (including the UAS7 Study Program (SP),the UAS7 Internship Program (IP) and the Study and Internship Program (SIP)), and promotes Bachelor’s and Master’s degree as well as short-term (summer) programs to students in North America.

Berlin School of Economics and Law :: Bremen University of Applied Sciences :: Cologne University of Applied Sciences :: Hamburg University of Applied Sciences :: Münster University of Applied Sciences :: Munich University of Applied Sciences :: Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences

Dr. Britta Schumacher, Director of Liaison
Phone: +1 (212) 758-3369
Fax: +1 (212) 758-1629
Email: schumacher(at)uas7.org
Web: www.uas7.org

University of Cologne

The University of Cologne (Universität zu Köln), founded in 1388, is a research university at highest level and one of the oldest and largest universities in Europe. The six faculties of UoC have developed internationally outstanding research profiles in a broad variety of fields. Its core mission is to create, preserve and disseminate knowledge, to provide a high level of education and to encourage and support top-level research embedded by a scientific environment of four Max-Planck-Institutes and two further research centers in Cologne. Our New York office reports to the award-winning International Office and helps launch partnerships with North American universities. It organizes delegation visits and serves as a first point of contact for faculty and students in the United States and Canada who are interested in UoC. Finally, it implements the University of Cologne’s summer school in New York and reaches out to the University’s network of German and international alumni residing in the United States or Canada.

Christiane Biehl, Head of Department International Mobility, Phone: + 49 (221) 470 2769
Fax: +49 (221) 470 6842
Email: c.biehl(at)verw.uni-koeln.de
University’s Website: www.uni-koeln.de
Web: http://www.nordamerika.uni-koeln.de/start.html

University of Freiburg & Eucor The European Campus

Over 25,000 students are currently enrolled at the University of Freiburg, enjoying student life in one of Germany’s most beautiful university cities. The University of Freiburg set up Alumni Freiburg to ensure that former students could maintain their academic and personal links with their “old” university even after their studies had ended. The liaison office is a points of contact for former students of all faculties, nationalities and generations. Active and emeritus professors and employees of the university are also part of the alumni community. The aim of Alumni Freiburg is to establish a global alumni network with the university’s some 250,000 former students.

Dr. Markus Lemmens, Director
Liaison Office North America
University of Freiburg & Eucor The European Campus
871 United Nations Plaza
New York, NY 10017, USA
phone: +1 (212) 758-5731-233
cell: +1 (917) 635-6231 fax:+1 (212) 758-1629