16.03.2017Wichtige Hinweise zur Erasmus-Restplätze Bewerbung
17.02.2017Dritte Bewerberrunde Global Plaetze: Restplatzliste
23.01.2017Studentische Hilfskraft gesucht *Welcome Services*
16.11.2016Studentische Hilfskraefte gesucht ab 15.01.2017
07.10.2016Informationsveranstaltung - Studium und Praktikum im Ausland
27.06.2016Alumni-Network Meeting in Boston on October 29 „German–American Cooperation in Business and Science”
05.04.2016Website Bayreuth-Melbourne Colloid/Polymer-Network
22.02.2016Studentische Hilfskräfte ab 1.4.16 gesucht (Bewerbungsdeadline 1.3.16)
14.02.2016Neue Facebook-Seite INO-Outgoing
03.06.2014Restplatzliste Global 2014 Restplatzliste Erasmus 2014 Sprechzeiten Outgoing Mai 2014
26.02.2013 (Di / Tue) - 20:00 Uhr / h
The Bayreuth International Alumni Centre (BIAC) is building a worldwide network of former and current international scholars of the University of Bayreuth. Having won the competition “Research Alumni of German Universities”, the University of Bayreuth has established BIAC as a central point of contact for its international research alumni from all academic departments. BIAC also organizes events for alumni and offers comprehensive services as well as opportunities to become actively involved in building the network.
The network is meant for:
- Scholars who have studied or carried out research at the University of Bayreuth and now hold a research position in a country other than Germany
- International guest scholars who are conducting research at the University of Bayreuth and wish to maintain their connection to the university after their stay
Scholars can find further information in the menu on the left and register for free via an online form.
The ideas competition “Research Alumni of German Universities” was announced by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in 2011. The competition was part of “International Research Marketing”, a joint project of the Humboldt Foundation, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. The project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.