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If the universities you are searching for are far away from your home, it might be difficult to visit the campus and come in contact with students. If it is not possible for you to take a campus tour at Jacobs University or attend one of our Open House events, where you could talk to Jacobs University students, you may wish to contact them from home.
Our best advice for contacting current students would be to write to the Jacobs University student assistant in the office of admission. He or she will answer your questions from the perspective of a current student, or contact a fellow student who might be able to help you better.
Our Facebook Discussion Board may help address your questions - answered by our student team: On the "Jacobs Admission" Facebook Page
Alternatively, you may check the list below and contact some of our students directly. They are eager to help you in any way possible.
Get in touch with students from backgrounds similar to yours!
Varun Dadlani UG-13, majoring in Global Economics and Management. Graduated from: International School Nido de Aguilas, Santiago, Chile.
Mengyuan Zhang UG-14, majoring in Applied and Computational Mathematics. Graduated from: Mahindra United World College of India, Pune, India. Suzhou Senior High School, Suzhou, China.
Jana Eckei UG-14 (Germany), majoring in International Politics and History. Graduated from: Ernst-Barlach-Gymnasium, Unna, Germany.
Mohsin Zamir Dar UG-13, Studying International Logistics Management & Engineering, Graduated from: Roost School System, DHA-1 Islamabad, Pakistan.
Yulia Trostyanskaya UG-13, majoring in Physics. MISE School #1, Voronezh, Russia
Imelda Rweyemamu UG-13, majoring in Electrical and Computer Science. Graduated from: African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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You may also join one of our student led facebook groups. Please contact our student assistant Mohsin Zamir Dar for more information. This resource is a good place to find students from your home country and ask questions about students' experiences. During peak times, e.g. during finals, you might get less answers than during less stressful periods. Jacobs University does not moderate the forum, and therefore information that is found there is not always accurate.
If you have general questions about admission, visas, registration, financial aid and scholarships, it is best to simply ask our professional staff members working in these areas. Please follow this link to contact the admissions office.