Cultural Activities

Studying in Halle does not only offer very good professional training. It is also an experience with rich culture in a vibrant university town. ESN Halle (Saale) is, in cooperation with the International Office, responsible for a cultural program for international students at the University of Halle, featuring an international  "Stammtisch" (regulars table), excursions, cultural evenings, concerts and much more.

Cultural Program

There are always a lot of things to do in Halle. Bar Nights, excursions, day trips, concerts and much more – the International Office and the Erasmus Student Network Halle (Saale) are there for you to help you familiarize yourselves with the city of Halle, its surroundings, as well as the German culture.

Erasmus Student Network Halle (Saale)

ESN Halle (formerly known as "ERASMUS Life Halle") is a volunteer student organization whose members are involved with services for exchange students. The aim of the initiative is to complement existing care services and to promote communication regarding the events and recreational programs. In particular ERASMUS students get the opportunity to get to know more German students, to participate in the activities of the buddy program together with their tutors and to present various cultural events in their own culture and better understand the German way of life.

More information on ESN Halle

 

International "Stammtisch" (regulars table)

Practicing language skills, gaining intercultural experience, meeting new people from around the world!

This is what characterizes our regulars tables. Find out more about the different languages. LINK

Protestant Student and University Community Halle (ESG)

The Protestant Student Community offers events, which include a wide range of subjects from natural sciences, humanities and cultural areas, opportunities for education and self-education, for critical confrontation with questions of faith and pressing problems in society and at the university. Political responsibility, faith, sensitivity to social issues as well as meetings between German and foreign students dominate the community work.
All international students are welcome here. In the semester program of the university community, there are a number of events that are conducted specifically for and with international students. LINK