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About the Forum

The International Forum Economics and Management (IFEM) aims to provide a platform for communication between international students and German students about diverse topics. Through social activities and interesting discussions students get in touch with other cultures and have the possibility to talk about various customs, languages and economic research in different countries. Under the heading “Internationalization at home” German students obtain the opportunity to meet international students and the latter to get deeper insight into the German life. For successful participation confirmation certificates will be handed out.

Are you interested in the International Forum? Join our events!

The Introduction Meeting in Winter Semester 2020/21 takes place on 20 October at 11:45-12:05  in room G.

We are looking forward to meeting you!

Become a member of our Panda Group and follow our updated information by writing us an E-mailifem(at)campus.uni-paderborn(dot)de

Previous Activities

Students of the International Forum as well as other exchange students enjoyed a great evening at the Allerheiligenkirmes in Soest. We experienced more or less scary fairground rides, popcorn, Bratwurst, fireworks and much more.
The students of the International Forum Economics and Management realized that the meeting with Prof. Dr. Gremler presented a unique chance. The chance to discover the person behind the academic career and the chance to ask questions relating one’s own career aspirations. In addition, the students learned that one advice can change your life.
The students of the International Forum Economics and Management had a great night with exotic food, discussions about national traditions and just enjoying the truely international setting.
The students of the International Forum of Economics and Management received input about the importance of trade in a developing country. Prof. Nam explained not only the benefits but also the dangers of, for example, foreign direct investments in developing countries.
What is it like to be a European business manager in Japan? Mr. Komender - a trutly international manager - talked with the students about his professional as well as personal experiences in Japan.

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