The Hessen International Summer University, its organizers, staff, lecturers and teachers shall not be held accountable for any damage to personal property or for injuries suffered by participants during the Hessen:ISU program, except where the damage or injuries suffered are caused by acts of willful intent or gross negligence. The Hessen:ISU shall not be held accountable for any damage to property or injury to people caused by participants.

The minimum age for participation in the Hessen:ISU program is 18 years.

In case of misbehavior, the organizers of the Hessen:ISU reserve the right to dismiss a participant from the program. Misbehavior constitutes e.g. attacks and insults on other participants, staff, or other third parties, drug abuse, excessive alcohol abuse. A participant's dismissal from the course is solely at the discretion of the organizers, i.e. the academic organizers and the program manager. Should a person be dismissed from the program, no fees will be refunded.

Governing Law, Jurisdiction
The laws of the Federal Republic of Germany shall govern this contract. The place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising hereunder shall be
the courts of ordinary jurisdiction in the city of the Hessen:ISU program.

Academic Director

Prof. Dr.

Thomas Schittny

Elektrotechnische und Elektromechanische Konstruktionen; Mikrosystemtechnik

Building 30 , Room 222
Prof. Dr.Thomas Schittny+49 661 9640-555
Consultation hours
siehe ET-Kompass
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Alumni Voices

“While I certainly learned much about Germany and my classmates, professors, tutors, and sponsors during my stay, I must say I learned more about myself than I thought I would. This month was a crash course me figuring out the sorts of activities I liked, the sorts of people and personalities I liked being around, and the sort of community I wanted to be a part of. It was uplifting being around so many sweet people of different cultures and experiences."
(Kyle Stevens, USA, ISU 2019)

“It is not only beautiful to walk around German cities and see the mixture of old architecture with modern, but it is a reminder of how much history has served to develop these traditions and values. It is incredible visiting cities and monuments I have only learned of in class (…) and it is a reminder of why German is worth learning and exploring further.”
(Halina Maas, USA, ISU 2019)