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Transfer Projects

Current Projects

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TrENDi

The project TrENDi – Transformation durch Entrepreneurship, Nachhaltigkeit und Digitalisierung (transformation through entrepreneurship, sustainability and digitalisation) aims to establish a central contact point for entrepreneurship education and integral start-up support at the university.
Ein gelber Spielzeugbus auf einer Landkarte

MoKuLab

MO•KU•LAB, the mobile culture lab, is a tandem project of German Studies and Design Pedagogy. The idea is that students design a bus with which they travel through the district and work on previously conceived projects.
Hohe Spiegel und dunkle Tafeln mit weißer Schrift in der Ausstellung

German Romanticism Museum

The German Romanticism Museum in Frankfurt am Main was established with the participation of the academic department German Linguistics of the University of Vechta. The exhibition invites visitors to compare historical, current and their own associations with the words "romantisch" (Romantic) and "Romantik" (Romanticism).
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BRIDGES

BRIDGES is one of 48 projects nationwide that are being funded by the federal and state governments as part of the Qualitätsoffensive Lehrerbildung (quality initiative for teacher training).
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MALWE

The aim of the MALWE project is to recognise, implement and use multilingualism in teaching and learning contexts in Europe. The focus is on multilingual teaching in DaZ (Deutsch als Zweitsprache, German as a second language) and DaF (Deutsch als Fremdsprache, German as a foreign language) teaching contexts.
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Stronghouse

Sustainable housing for strong communities – the Stronghouse project deals with the development of strategies to reduce the carbon footprint of private residential buildings in the North Sea region.
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Moin Veroza!

The RoboLab “Moin Veroza!” is a place for experiencing technology in the Vechta region. We want to give people access to technologies so that they can test and experience them.

Completed Projects