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International Strategy 2030


With its Internationalization Strategy the University of Koblenz-Landau proactively accepts the challenges of a dynamic and changing environment in society and politics. It strives to strengthen its position as an institution with a strong and clear profile, where research and teaching become one, and as a leading university for teacher training programs.

The University of Koblenz-Landau is the youngest university in Rhineland-Palatinate. It has its origins in teacher training programs, since it emerged from the Teacher Training College of Rhineland-Palatinate (EWH) in 1990. Through its research activities the university is well recognized in the international research community (e.g. through international publications, joint research on an international level, participation in international symposia and conferences, and joint academic programs with partner universities across the world). As an open-minded, personal, and internationally oriented institution, the University of Koblenz-Landau provides an excellent learning environment. Furthermore, it offers equal opportunities to all members of the university.

Alongside “Research” and “Teaching/Further Education”, as the main pillars of the university, the university’s socio-cultural commitment and its importance to the surrounding regions play an essential role. When it comes to changes in a society, the university is an active and driving force for the region’s internationalization, interculturality, and diversification.

Moreover, the Internationalization Strategy incorporates the socio-political situation in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate by addressing the special needs of refugees and students with an immigration background. Furthermore, the university places importance on the transfer of knowledge and technology, which is addressed in this strategy as well, with the aim to use newly acquired scientific knowledge to generate innovative products, services and impulses.

This Internationalization Strategy addresses the time period until 2030. It bears in mind that society and the university including all its staff and students constantly change. Therefore, internationality and intercultural awareness play an increasingly important role in university life. In addition to the Internationalization Strategy, the University of Koblenz-Landau has developed an action and implementation plan. Herewith the university is striving to define many particular tasks in order to achieve the aims of the strategy. The implementation of these tasks will be a major challenge for the whole university.


The Internationalization Strategy comprises seven comprehensive objectives which include different aspects of the university life (studies and teaching, research / transfer of knowledge and technology, international cooperation, as well as administration) and will be achieved through various actions.  The University of Koblenz-Landau aims to achieve:

  1. a stable development of the international relations as well as strategic focusing of the existing cooperation and networks;
  2. internationally visible and attractive study offer with integrated international mobility as well as incorporated multilingual course offers in existing and future degree programs;
  3. a number of enrolled international students as well as researchers that reflects at least the federal average of such in the respective disciplines;
  4. intensive support of the international student and staff exchange through a  comprehensive advisory service and adequate financial support;
  5. an international and target-group oriented visibility of the university;
  6. a welcome culture that is an integral part of the university which provides intensive assistance and support for international students and researchers;
  7. a continuous improvement of linguistic and intercultural competences of the university employees.