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Photo: Karla Fritze

Join us for informal gatherings where international  students can connect, share and learn from each other in a relaxed and friendly setting.

MINTernational takes place in the MINT-Room on the Golm campus, in house 26, room 0.76.

Upcoming events

Campus Festival

The Campus Festival is back! This year's motto "Discover - Experience - Relax" promises a colorful and diverse program. According to the motto from the University for the University, many institutions have planned activities for you. It will be musical, sporty and creative.

Together with  the Language Tandem of Zessko, the Buddy-Programm, Campuspat:innen, EDUC and Potsdam Transfer, the Team of the International Office, offer a variety of activities to connect with you your fellow students.

We are looking forward to welcoming international students and all those who are interested in studying or doing an internship abroad. In addition to providing advice on our services, Potsdam and international students get the opportunity to socialize and connect with each other over a piece of homemade cake in our seating area.

When? Thursday, May, 19 from 4 pm onwards
Where? Campus Am Neuen Palais, on the meadow between building 8 and building 12
Further information:

The entrance fee for the festival is free.

Soccer Game

Need a change of pace and up for a casual game of soccer? Whether you've never played soccer before or are already a pro, meet up with Johannes on May 20, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. on the soccer field behind House 6 on Campus Neues Palais.

If you are more of a theorist, you are also welcome to think about probability theory while watching. - You think mathematics and soccer don't go together? Prof. Ulrich Kortenkamp has already proven that they do go together very well by using sports to teach probability theory to teachers and students alike: 


When? May 20, 2022, 4:00 p.m.
Where? Soccer field behind house 6 | Neues Palais Campus


Is a simple walk too boring for you? Then go geocaching with Somayeh on June 3, 2022 from 5:30 p.m. in Babelsberg Park! Enjoy nature in great weather and find out together where the next geocache is hidden.  

Perhaps geocaching is easier for geoinformaticians than for others. Dr. Harald Schernthanner told in an interview how he got into geocaching and whether it is easier for him. You can find the interview with him here:


When? June 3, 2022, 5:30 p.m.
Where? Babelsberg Park

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Your tutors

MINTernational Tutor

N.N. (mails are answered)

Tutor of the study program Climate, Earth, Water, Sustainability

Johannes Wilk

Climate, Earth, Water, Sustainability Student

Tutor of the Institute of Computer Science, esp. Data Science

Muhammad Zeeshan Mazhar

Data Science Student

Tutor of the Institute of Geosciences, esp. Geosciences and Remote Sensing, geoInformation and Visualization

Somayeh Kheirandish

Remote Sensing, geoInformation and Visualization student

Tutor of the Institute of Nutritional Science, esp. Toxicology

Marlena Beckschulte

Toxicology Student