News & Contact

Do you have questions about studying at HTW Dresden or studying abroad? We are happy to answer them!

Consultations and inquiries are preferably carried out or answered via e-mail. Please send your inquiries by mail to auslandsamt(a)htw-dresden.de and we will reach out to you as soon as possible.

During our office hours, Tuesday and Thursday from 13:00 to 15:00 p.m., we can be reached by phone at + 49 351/462 -2591 or - 3458. Prospective international students can contact Ms. Weber during the office hours by phone at +49 351/ 462 -2015. A personal consultation is possible after the arrangement of an appointment in advance.

Contact and Consulting at the International Office

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Name Phone Room Mail Function
Terpe, Juliane 462 3377 Z 233A Head of the International Office, Internationalization
Hammermüller-Sweeney, Ines 462 3458 Z 232 Advice student mobility Faculty Business Administration
Jentzsch, Cornelia 462 3601 Z 233B Financial administration, general advice Student mobility
Ruggieri, Antonella 462 3528 Z 231 International Study Programs, HAW.International Project and Internationalisation
Skrypezak, Anne 462 2590 Z 232 Advice on student mobility and Erasmus+ programme
Weber, Britta 462 2015 Z 228A Advice for international prospective students with the intention of graduation and refugees
Wunderlich, Lisa 462 2590 Z 231 Marketing international students, Assistant Internationalisation

Further contact persons at the HTW Dresden

Foreign Representatives & Representatives for the Erasmus Selection Process of the Faculties

Programme officer (responsible for individual partnerships)

Student Contacts

At our university, two student organizations are committed to internationalization:

The Referat Internationales provides information for stays abroad and supports the International Day at the HTW Dresden every November.

faranto e.V. is our student organization for intercultural understanding at the HTW Dresden. It promotes international exchange through various events and supports international students at the HTW Dresden.