Discover more about upcoming events and webinars

Upcoming events

Virtual event on TAP - 14.00 - 15.00 CET

Meet our current students and learn more about student life in Leipzig!

Anakarina, Brenda and Nicolas will share their impressions of studying in Leipzig, tell about their favourite places and activities, and answer any questions you have!

Interested to join?

Register now  (this will take you to TAP registration page)

Virtual event on Zoom - 13:00 - 14:00 CET

Leipzig loves logistics! Leipzig region is in the top 3 logistics regions in leading rankings in Germany. It has a multimodal infrastructure of road, rail, and air transport as well as connections to all major seaports. As the demand is growing, getting a Master’s degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from LU Leipzig opens many career opportunities both in Germany and abroad.

Join us on March 13th and meet the Programme Lead, Dr Najam Anjum, who will speak about the structure and content of the MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management programme, the career prospects of our graduates and the University’s industry connections. LU Leipzig students will share their impressions of the programme and their experience of studying in Leipzig.
Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions of the panel.

Interested to join? 

Register now (this will take you to Zoom registration page)

Virtual event on TAP - 16:00 - 17:00 CET

The session includes:

  • Presentation of Lancaster University & Lancaster University Leipzig
  • Overview of study programmes
  • Presentation of the city of Leipzig and the local job opportunities
  • Q&A session

Interested to join?

Register now (this will take you to TAP registration page)

Virtual event on Zoom - 14:00 - 15:00 CET

Are you interested in how businesses are run in the globalized world? Learn more about the skills and opportunities our BSc (Hons) Business Management and BSc (Hons) Business Management with Business Analytics programmes have to offer.

Our lecturers Dr Jose Alcaraz-Barriga and Dr Neha Jindal will introduce you to the world of Business Management and Business Analytics: our teaching methods, learning outcomes, and career prospects.

Our current students will join the conversation to share their student experience at Lancaster University Leipzig.

Interested to join?

Register here (this will take you to Zoom registration page)

Past events

Although not always visible, many different talents are present and needed within this industry. With the new “diversIT: Women in IT” series of events, the Cluster IT aims to shed light on, connect and empower those who might not have enough platforms yet.

After our kick-off in March, we now present the second edition. No matter if you are a CIO (m/f/d) or just about to start your career in IT, it promises to be an inspiring and refreshing morning. Feel invited and save the date:

Wednesday, November 8th, 8.30h to 13.00h at Lancaster University Leipzig.

”We strongly believe that making a difference in Cyber Security requires an inclusive company culture and diverse team", so Eileen Walther from Northwave Germany, initiator of diversIT. "As such, it keeps on surprising me how homogeneous the group of representatives of the IT industry typically still is. There is this special kind of energy filling the room if ratios are flipped for a change. Can’t wait for this gathering!”

This year's Leipzig Symposium on Intelligent Systems will bring researchers from a diverse set of backgrounds together with the goal to facilitate discussions about applications and risks of intelligent systems, as well as methods to develop such systems. The expertise of the speakers at the symposium covers, among other topics, Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Logic, Cognitive Systems, Formal Methods, Knowledge Representation & Reasoning, and Hybrid Artificial Intelligence. At the same time, the event will be open to the interested public; in particular, a panel discussion on a more general topic on intelligent systems will also address students and a non-expert audience. Moreover, students’ engagement will be fostered by an on-topic creativity contest.

April 27: on campus and online

April 28: online

Full programme of the event

Germany has been widely recognised as a leader in digital and technological circles within the European Union and worldwide. Our lecturers are at the forefront of their fields. Meet Dr. Fabio Papacchini, Head of the Computer Science and Software Engineering department, and hear about our programmes, which stand out through innovative teaching and learning in state of the art computer labs. Current students join the conversation to share their student experience on the programme.

Recording of the event (YouTube)

During this online session, Dr. David Georg Reichelt, an Assistant Professor in Computer Science at LU Leipzig, is speaking about why quality problems in software development arise. By practical examples, he discusses why we still experience software bugs in our everyday life and which different types of quality problems exist. Finally, he provides an overview of approaches to fix them.

Recording of the event (YouTube)

Online event on Zoom - 13:00 CET

During this session, Dr Benjamin Hammer will introduce the concept of efficient capital markets. He will draw on insights from the research of the three winners of the 2013 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics: Eugene Fama, Robert Shiller and Lars Peter Hansen. You will learn about the basic principles of company valuation and what affects stock prizes. This will help you understand how capital markets work. The session will also touch upon the topic of behavioural finance, i.e., psychological factors affecting financial decision-making.

Link to the webinar recording

Throughout your time at Lancaster University Leipzig, we’re here to offer more than an experience – we’re here to help you discover the path to the future you want.

Find out more about the study abroad year, project-based work, German conversational classes, student roles, and the outstanding job prospects in the region.
Meet our Career and Engagement Manager, Josefine Fitchett, and our current students that will discuss the competencies and skills needed for the global employment market.

Recording of the event