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You have only recently arrived in Mannheim and would like to meet people? Or are you already an old stager, but currently miss the great variety of events at the university?
The Stammtisch is a get-together for all internationals who like to meet new people, try out new things or simply are in need of company. In collaboration with the initiative Connect, the Online-Stammtisch takes place approximately every three weeks from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. with varying themes. At the next Stammtisch, we will be celebrating Easter together. Fitting this theme, we will be baking and decorating Easter Nests. Join us if you want to get creative and love chocolate (of course)!
Thursday, 18 February 2021
Quiz Night: Life in Mannheim
Event Language: German
Thursday, 11 March 2021
Baking Easter Nests
Event Language: English
Easter Break from 29 March until 9 April 2021
Thursday, 15 April 2021
Pilates: Strength and Stretch
|Event Language: German|
Thursday, 6 May 2021
|Event Language: English|
Thursday, 27 May 2021
A Lesson in Meditation and Relaxation
|Event Language: German|
Thursday, 17 June 2021
Dance Away your Stress!
|Event Language: English|
If you want to attend the next Stammtisch, just send us an e-mail: degreeseekingsuni-mannheim.de
Are you planning to study abroad in Germany, but are unsure about what sort of food will await you there and what it will be like? Is it really all about the “Wurst”? Our international students had plenty of time to check it out! We came up with a little challenge of asking them to describe German food in one word.
Are you curious about studying abroad in Germany, but wonder how difficult it is to learn German and speak the language fluently? Or are you just intrigued how international students at the University of Mannheim have been coping? We came up with a little challenge of asking them to describe the German language in one word.
Are you interested in studying at the University of Mannheim, but would like to know more about the university sports and its courses to keep you healthy and energetic. Let some of our international students tell you! We came up with a little challenge of asking them to describe the university sports in one word.
1 full egg + 3/4 egg yolks
200g guanciale (can be substituted by bacon)
grated pecorino cheese (can be substituted by grated parmesan cheese)
Put water in a pot and heat it.
2) While the water is heating, start cooking guanciale (or bacon). Cut it in small pieces and heat it in a pan at low heat. Don't add any oil, salt or spices. Heat it until it's crunchy or how you prefer it.
3) Prepare the sauce. Mix one egg and 3/4 egg yolks in a bowl with the cheese and some pepper and leave it aside. Also here do not add any salt or anything else!
4) When the water starts boiling, add some salt to it and put the spaghetti in the pot. Cook them until they're al dente.
5) Drain the spaghetti and put them in the pan with bacon and let them cook for 1/2 more minutes stirring them, so that they absorb the bacon grease.
6) Put the spaghetti and bacon in a big bowl and add the egg/
7) When serving, you can add some more pepper and cheese on top.
For the cake:
2 egg yolks
10g caster sugar
15g Vegetable oil
35g cake flour
2 tablespoon of matcha powder
2 egg white
1 tablespoon of lemon juice
25 g caster sugar
For the matcha dipping sauce:
55g whipping cream
3g matcha powder
8-10g condensed milk
• Remember to use eggs from the refrigerator. After the egg yolk and egg white are separated, put the egg white into the refrigerator • Sift cake flour & matcha powder and mix them well • Put baking paper on the baking tin (spray some water or spread some butter in the baking tin could help to fix the baking paper) • Preheat the oven to 170 degrees
1. Mix the egg yolks and caster sugar, then add the oil and mix it
2. Add the sifted powder and milk and mix well
3. Beat the egg whites with electric mixer on low speed, the foams appear, add sugar and lemon juice and continue to beat for 5–6 minutes, the whites will be glossy and stiff
4. Dig 1/3 portions of whites into the egg yolk batter, use a rubber knife to gently stir
5. Pour the batter into the remaining whites, mix the batter with a rubber knife and turn it from bottom to top until the batter is thick and not very fluid.
6. Pour the batter into the loaf pan, tap on the table a few times before entering the oven to knock out large bubbles, put it in the oven that has been preheated to 170 degrees and bake for about 20 minutes, use a thin stick to check if the cake is baked (if there is no sticky batter on the stick, the cake is finished)
7. Remove the cake from the baking tray
8. Beat whipped cream + matcha powder + condensed milk with an electric mixer at a low speed until the sauce is slightly textured, but still a little fluid
9. After the cake cools down, top it with matcha sauce and sweet red beans (only for decoration, not a must)!!
Numerous rankings confirm that the University of Mannheim is one of the most renowned universities in Germany. According to the QS World University Ranking by Subject, the University of Mannheim is the best German university in Social Sciences (including Business Administration and Economics), and has been ranked number 55 worldwide. The campus surrounding Mannheim’s baroque palace is a place where bright minds from across the globe come together to learn, discuss, research, and prepare to make their mark on the world. Every fifth student at the university comes from abroad to pursue their bachelor’s or master’s degree, or doctorate in Mannheim. As part of the program STEP by STEP the University of Mannheim offers international degree-seeking students comprehensive assistance in preparing for their transition into the world of work.
Would you like to complete your whole program of study at the University of Mannheim? Do you wish to gain a degree from the University of Mannheim? Here you can find all information on the university’s degree programs, applying, and the basic conditions for studying in Mannheim.
The University of Mannheim has an exceptionally good reputation – when it comes to my field of study, it’s the best in many university rankings. Some friends of mine also studied in Mannheim and told me lots of good things about the university. So, I decided to apply as well. My fellow students come from all over the world. There are also good links with the business community. We can attend guest lectures and workshops with representatives from many different companies.
I really like the University of Mannheim. My professors are great and the support is outstanding. In my first statistics exam, my professor came over three times to make sure I had understood everything. This is certainly not the case at other universities. Moreover, I never felt like I had been left alone. When I moved to Germany, there were several introductory events, like the “Ersti Party” for first-year students, where I made my first friends.
Why did I choose Mannheim? I had several options, but the University of Mannheim is one of the best universities. Compared to other German universities, like Cologne or Berlin, Mannheim is much more international, especially when it comes to the school and the research concentrations.