Eman Almori (Jordanien), Vanessa Fakhry (Libanon) und Bayan Zaytoon (Jordan) spent one semester at the FHWS and studied there within the master programme "International Social Work with Refugees and Migrants".
"The social work education here in Germany differs to the one in Jordan in terms of how topics are discussed or also not discussed at all. The discussion of certain topics in Germany is considered critical for […] Jordan, for the religion, for the customs, and for the traditions that are followed in the country." - Eman
Further information on this mobility you can find in the respective report written by Eman Alomari.
"I want to implement some of the simple things that I have learned here back home and it encourages me to contribute more to all the societies around the world after learning from the German people how sharing and caring they could be." - Vanessa
Further information on this mobility you can find in the respective report written by Vanessa Fakhry.
"It was a special opportunity for me to deepen my knowledge of social work in a country with such a long tradition in this field." - Bayan
Further information on this mobility you can find in the respective report written by Bayan Zaytoon.