Extra-curricular engagements

Oppurtunities to get involved with the student communities of University of Stuttgart

International Zentrum

The International Office supports incoming students and researchers. At the same time, it offers advice and assistance for researchers and students planning to study abroad. 

The University of Stuttgart is an internationally recognized research university that cultivates global culture. This includes giving its students the opportunity to continue their education at universities in other countries. It supports its researchers in global research teamwork with scientists in all disciplines. At the same time, it supports talented individuals from abroad who want to study at the University of Stuttgart or pursue their research here.

International Zentrum (IZ)

Hochschulsport University of Stuttgart

Is a service for the students and staff of the University of Stuttgart, the cooperating universities, of the Studierendenwerk Stuttgart, as well as the Fraunhofer Institute. The aim is a multifaceted, high-quality and cost-effective sports and exercise offer. The sports program should be motivating and balance the study- or the work-life.



STUBE is a short form for the German word “Studienbegleitprogramm” for students from Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe in Baden-Württemberg!

Are you keen on meeting people from across the globe and acquire further political education? Are you keen on sharing your ideas and experience and have fun at the same time? Are you keen on getting involved and building a better world?

Then STUBE-BW is the place for you!!

Involvement at STUBE

STUBE-BW supports students, who want to get involved with STUBE or other organizations.

You can get involved by

- giving a presentation about a particular topic at a STUBE seminar.

- presenting STUBE-BW to other students in your town/residence (contact person on site).

- giving a talk/presentation/workshop about your home country or a developmental issue in a school or other institution.



At the Language Center Stuttgart, domestic and foreign participants are able to find a diversified and nuanced course program that involves 14 languages. This includes Arabic, Chinese, Russian, and Turkish as well as English, Italian, French, Spanish and German taught as a foreign language. Another emphasis at the Language Center involves courses that professionally convey methodological, communicative, and intercultural as well as personal and social skills.


Stuvus (Student Council)

Stuvus is the abbreviation for "Studierendenvertretung Universität Stuttgart". Since spring 2013 we have been your lobby here at the university and ensure the self-organisation of the students. We support the interests of the students in many ways.


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