International Teacher Education

International Teacher Education

Information for German and International Schools Abroad

You would like to get to know our future teachers while they are still studying, and recruit them for your pracitcums opening? Then you have come to the right place!

We will answer your questions on how you can cooperate with Goethe University.

What does the Department of International Teacher Education of the Academy for Educational Research and Teacher Education actually do?
In "Kurzer Bericht unserer Arbeit". In: UniReport Ausgabe 5/17, S. 19 (E-Paper) and "3-seitiger Bericht unserer Arbeit". In: didacta, Ausgabe 1/18, S. 92-94 (E-magazine) you will find reports about what we do and how we proceed, in German, on the right under "Zeitungsartikel".
Your contact for internships abroad is Mr. Haenssig (see 'Kontakt' - also on the right) - he is looking forward to your inquiry and possible cooperation.


Need a helping hand in class? Then welcome to the Frankfurt University Teaching Assistant Programme!

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"Here we are - one of the top universities of Germany. Our own department, the Institute of English and American studies is well known for international research and has an excellent reputation for teacher training!"

Read more in the attached file below; What makes us special? How can our students help your school? Will it cost you anything? What do our current partners say about our students, and what do our students say about their experience abroad?

If you need any further information, do not hesitate to contact Mr. Haenssig of the ABL, or Ms. Veneziano-Osterrath of the Institute for English and American Studies (IEAS), who both coordinate cooperations with schools abroad.

We are looking forward to a lovely cooperation.

Picture source: Goethe-University Frankfurt


November 2017: Results of the DAAD Conference 'Opportunities and Challenges of Staying Abroad' in 2017

Results in Pageflow Format

At the DAAD conference on the hurdles and opportunities of study-related mobility abroad, which took place on 19 and 20 June 2017 in Essen, students had a central voice.

The results are now available in pageflow format through this link (German only).

A conversation between executives of education and students who were abroad, in which Mr. Hänssig took part, can be found in this video (German only).

Source: DAAD Website