The commission advises the Senate on fundamental international matters and those that go beyond a faculty. It also advises on measures with regard to the internationalisation strategy of the University of Erfurt. It examines cooperation agreements in this regard that are concluded on behalf of the University of Erfurt. In consultation with the International Office, the Senate Commission coordinates and is responsible for the selection procedure for awarding exchange places and scholarships at university-wide level. The Senate Commission for International Affairs can invite internal or external experts to its meetings in an advisory capacity for specific matters.
End of the term of office: 30.09.2025 (whereby the representatives from the group of students and doctoral candidates are newly appointed annually and confirmed by the senate).
one representative of the Max-Weber-Kolleg Dr. Amelie Stuart
one representative of the Brandt School Florian Heintze
two representatives of the academic employees
Dr. Gbadebo Collins Adeyanju
Dr Anne Grüne
Two student representatives
two representatives of the doctoral students
Joao Gabriel Vasconcellos Godoy
one representative of the employees in Technology and Administration Sabine Altwein, deputy: Claudia Behnke-Hermann
one representative of the International Office (advisory) Manuela Linde
the Diversity Officer of the University of Erfurt (advisory) Niklas Radenbach
one representative from the Language Centre (advisory) Dr. Susanne Hoppe
Representative of the Research and Graduate Services Department (advisory) Lucas Rischkau
The managing directors of the faculties and the MWK are invited as permanent guests of the commission and may be represented as guests in the commission by a person nominated by the Faculty or College Council. Representatives of the research and scientific institutions (FZG, FB, ESE, etc.) should be invited on a topic-related basis.