Regional Group Rhine-Main

RG Rhein-Main in Heidelberg

Idyllic Vineyards Meet the Financial Metropolis

Whether walking through the vineyards or the world of finance, discovering German history or modern art – you can do a wide variety of things with us, the Rhine-Main regional group.

The Rhine-Main regional group connects scholarship holders in Frankfurt, Darmstadt and Mainz. Every semester, we organise a variety of events. These are mainly in our region, but we also try to offer opportunities to discover other cities by collaborating with other regional groups.

Kinjal Bhattacharyya Kinjal Bharracharyya
I never knew my life far away from home would be so much fun. Thanks to team Rhein-Main for arranging such wonderful events, helping us to socialize and to learn more about deutsche Kultur while having fun.

Kinjal Bhattacharyya (India)

At the beginning of each semester, we invite you to a welcome meeting. This is a good opportunity to get to know other scholarship holders in the region. We also offer joint theatre visits, cycle tours, walking tours, international dinners or relaxed games evenings. Our collaboration with other regional groups enables us to offer trips to other cities such as Heidelberg or to the multicultural Ruhr area (here you will find reports on our previous activities).

We place scholarship holders with German host families as part of the “Deutschland hautnah – Germany behind the scenes” programme. This is an excellent opportunity to share different cultural perspectives and establish personal contacts.
We are always pleased to see new faces – whether scholarship holders or alumni!


Sebastian Jacobi
Sebastian Jacobi:
Degree course in Economics and Social Sciences
and Business Administration
Was in Springfield, USA, with the DAAD.
Languages: German, English, some French, some Spanish

Christiane Kind
Christiane Kind:

Degree course: Mathematics in Cambridge, UK (DAAD scholarship) and with the FernUniversität in Hagen, and Business Administration in Leipzig
Languages: German, English, French


Monika Nowicka
Monika Nowicka:

Degree course: Media Studies, Literary Studies, Political Sciences
DAAD scholarship to carry out research at Warsaw University and to interview actors and directors for the Magister’s thesis.
Languages: German, Polish, English, Spanish

Florian Ochmann
Florian Ochmann:
Subject area: Law
DAAD connection: scholarship in Geneva (Switzerland)
Languages: German, English, French, Spanish


Marina Sirobob
Marina Sirobob:
Degree course in Business Education at Mannheim University
Semester at Korea University, Seoul, South Korea
Languages: German, English, Russian, French

Linda Wanot
Linda Wanot:

Degree course in German Philology in Poznan, Poland
DAAD scholarship for a Master’s degree course in Translation Studies in Germersheim, Germany
Languages: Polish, German, English and steadily improving Czech


We will be happy to answer any questions and to receive any suggestions for events: