Being part of a national and international network of teacher education colleges and universities as well as the academic mobility of its students and staff are key to PHTG's profile as an institution. Due to the fact that PHTG cooperates closely with the nearby University of Constance, its students will automatically expand their horizon beyond the Swiss borders to include the culture and know-how of the multi-faceted lively German town by the shores of Lake Constance.
Inter alia, PHTG fosters the interconnectedness and academic mobility of its students and lecturers by concluding cooperation agreements and partnering up with universities and colleges in Europe and overseas (Erasmus/SEMP and others).
The International Office is PHTG's office for academic mobility, networking and international relations. Besides the daily organisational and administrative assistance for all matters connected with studying on exchanges, the International Office also offers individual advice and runs information events on academic mobility for students and staff. Furthermore, it is entrusted with the welfare of visiting students.
For any questions and issues concerning academic mobility (IN/OUT), students and staff can turn to Ms. Gerit Jaritz-Cardona; she is PHTG's Head of Academic Mobility and International Relations.