"The eye sees what it seeks." (Max Slevogt)
People all over the globe encounter intercultural challenges, both abroad or at home. Sometimes these challenges are apparent, while at other times, they merely stirr a vague, ambiguous impression.
By learning to shift frames of reference and understand diverse cultural values, students broaden their scope of intercultural competence. Training sessions are interdisciplinary and open to all faculties. Interactive methods that can address different types of learners are employed in order to ensure sustainable learning processes.