International virtual cooperations and mobilities


With "Mobility Goes Virtual", the Faculty of Computer Science and Business Information Systems (FIW), togehter with the International Office (HSIN), offers students the great opportunity to go abroad virtually, adding a new dimension of mobility through giving a larger target group the chance to experience intercultural exchange during their studies and to improve their own foreign language skills.

Together with our partner universities in Ukraine and Finland, we are offering a FWPM in the winter semester 2022/23 with the thematic focus "Sustainability in Digitalisation - Green IT". Find out more about the course content here.

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Starting in the summer semester 2022:

Ukraine: Green IT

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Learn more about the intercampus elective module which we offer together with our partner university in Ukraine around the thematic focus "Sustainability in digitalisation–Green IT".

Mobility Goes Virtual

Under the umbrella of the programme IVAC (International Virtual Academic Collaboration), the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) funds a one-year project at the Faculty of Computer Science and Business Information Systems (FIW) in cooperation with the International Office (HSIN), the National Technical University "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute" (KhPI), Ukraine, and LAB University of Applied Sciences, Finland, to implement an intercampus blended-learning module with the focus on "Sustainability in Digitalisation (Green IT)".



Aims of the project

As part of the project "Mobility Goes Virtual", a joint virtual module will be offered for students of the three universities, in which the focus will be on the topic of "Sustainability in Digitalisation (Green IT)".

In addition to the thematic focus, the acquisition of digital and intercultural skills will also be a central element of the module. The integration of digital educational tools and methods and their use within the joint classes should not only be reasonably organized by the students themselves, but also evaluated in terms of usability, accessibility, sustainability and/or learning effects. For example, students are expected to work out an approach that can be used to make hardware and software solutions more sustainable.

In addition, the module will be structured in a project and team-oriented manner. This will enable students from both universities to exchange ideas, experience project management in an international environment and, acquire intercultural skills.

The module will be designed in a co-teaching format by lecturers from THWS, KhPI and LAB and thus offers the opportunity for international exchange not only on the student level, but also on the lecturer level.

Furthermore, exchange opportunities outside the classroom will be created to offer participants a social programme and allow them to familiarise with each other's culture. The joint module is rounded off by a mobility: a visit to the partner university for the students' final presentations.

More information can also be found in the project flyer.

Since October 2021, Mobility Goes Virtual is funded by:
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Your contacts:

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Franziska Meyer, M.A.

Project coordinator

Faculty of Computer Science and Business Information Systems

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Maike Antlitz, M.A.

Project assistant

International Office


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Prof. Dr. Peter Braun


Faculty of Computer Science and Business Information Systems


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Past modules

Romania: Tool Supported Distance Learning

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Find out more about the elective module "Tool Supported Distance Learning" with our partner university in Romania that took place in the wintersemester 2020/21.

Among other things, students report on their participation and experiences.