International Student Groups

International student groups enrich life at Goethe University in many ways. They are a great first contact point for many international students who want help navigating everyday life at Goethe University, meet other international students, and to later help other international students ease into life in Frankfurt. Please send us an E-Mail at engagement@uni-frankfurt.de if a group you are a part of is not listed in our overview.


International Student Clubs and Groups

In the following overview, you will find international groups or clubs at Goethe University along with a short introduction from representatives of the groups. Here you can find the details about different groups and contact details.


Frankfurt Indian Scholars Association e.V. (FISA)

FISA is an Indian student association, which is active in Frankfurt am Main and in the surrounding areas. It welcomes members not only from India but also from various international cultures who might be interested in learning and appreciating Indian culture. FISA’s core idea lies in the idea of cultural integration and building a harmonious community.

  • Focus: attending to student problems which they might encounter during their stay in Germany
  • Objective: providing every single student living in and around Frankfurt a hassle-free education and a fun-filled student life
  • Activities: organizing several cultural activities all-round the year like Holi, Diwali, Christmas & New years, Flashmobs

More information at

Facebook: Facebook.com/fisadeutschland

E-mail: Info@fisadeutschland.org

Instagram: @fisa_deutschland


Grupo Iberoamericano

Suanny Erazo and Natalia Rojas: „ The Grupo Iberoamericano is a student initiative that promotes Ibero-American culture by organizing cultural and academic events on various topics involving Ibero-America. Our main goal is to create a space for language, culture, and current topics surrounding Ibero-America, since there are many students from the field of Roman Language Studies who are interested in these topics, as well as many international students from Ibero-America who can contribute to the discussion.”

E-Mail: grupo.iberoamericano.ffm@gmail.com / Facebook: grupoiberoamericanoffm


Latvian Society Frankfurt

Liene Poriete: We founded the Latvian Society Frankfurt in late 2015 and are trying to reach out and work with young people. We aspire to connect new students with Latvian origins in Frankfurt. We also welcome anyone who is interested in the Latvian language or culture.”

E-Mail: frankfurteslatviesi@gmail.com / Homepage: http://www.frankfurteslatviesi.lv/


Chinesicher Akademikerverein Frankfurt e.V.

Shun Liu: "We organize many students' activities, such as Chinese spring festival gala, job fair, excursion, etc. in order to help Chinese students to better adapt their study and life here in Frankfurt."

E-Mail: frankfurt.stu@googlemail.com / Homepage: http://frankfurt-china.de/ / Wechat name 兰学联


Luxembourgian Students in the Rhine-Main-Area (LSRM)

André Kirsch: “Luxembourgian Students in the Rhine-Main-Area (LSRM) is a small group that connects the currently still small number of students from Luxembourg which attend universities in the Rhine-Main-Area.”

E-Mail: info@lsrm.lu / Homepage: http://lsrm.lu/ / Facebook: lsrm.cercle


Vietnamese Students Association in Frankfurt am Main (VSAF) e.V.

Thuy-Kbanh Pham: “The goal of our group is to connect Vietnamese students in Frankfurt and to support them. This group also develops and expands communication, understanding, tolerance, and cooperation as well as human, cultural, and academic exchanges between the Vietnamese culture and other cultures. We want to be a bridge between Vietnamese students and corporations, public and international student organizations in Frankfurt, and want to strengthen cooperation.”

E-Mail: khanh.pham@vsa-frankfurt.de / Facebook: hsvffm


Association of Yemeni Students Germany

[coming soon]


Information regarding the catholic, protestant, and Islamic student groups at Goethe University can be found here.