First student from sister university at IHL

Max Woodley from Tyndale University College studying as an exchange student at IHL

BAD LIEBENZELL. On February 3, 2014, Max F. Woodley, student in the undergraduate program “Religious Education” at Tyndale University College in Toronto, Canada, started his exchange student semester at Internationale Hochschule Liebenzell (IHL), university of applied sciences.

Since November 14, 2012, Tyndale University College and IHL have maintained a memorandum of understanding (MOU) making them sister universities. The dean for university partnerships and research co-operation, Prof. Dr. Harald Jung, is especially delighted about this kind of exchange: „It really is special when university partnerships become alive through exchanges like this. I hope that Max Woodley will have a fantastic time while being at IHL, and I am sure that our faculty, staff, and students will do anything to provide a welcoming community to him.”

IHL is carried by the Liebenzell Mission, and has been an officially recognized university of applied sciences since 2011. This university of applied sciences especially places a focus on “studying with a world-wide horizon” as students are encouraged to develop an understanding for other cultures and countries in as well as outside of class .

IHL Dean for University Partnerships and Research Co-Operation Prof. Dr. Harald Jung and Tyndale exchange student Max Woodley. Photo: IHL/Wehner, 2014.

IHL Dean for University Partnerships and Research Co-Operation Prof. Dr. Harald Jung and Tyndale exchange student Max Woodley. Photo: IHL/Wehner, 2014.

Contact us:
Dean for University Partnerships and Research Co-operation:
Prof. Dr. Harald Jung
T: +49.(0)7052.17.313
E: Harald.Jung@ihl.eu

Consultant of the Executive Committee (international admission and students):
Lucas Wehner, MBA
T: +49.(0)7052.17.313
E: Lucas.Wehner@ihl.eu