Photo competition

Once each semester, the International Office organises a photo competition and invites all international students at the Ohm to participate.

Show us and other students what you’re experiencing in Germany and what is special about your host country with your photos.

What photos can you submit?

Types of photos accepted for the competition:

  • Photos of yourself in typical students situations on campus at the Ohm
  • Photos that show special characteristics of the region (Nuremberg, Franconia, Bavaria)
     

What are the requirements for participating in the photo competition?

  • Please submit a maximum of 3 photos per person in JPG format with a short description
  • Release form 

For photos that include images of yourself and friends, we require a written release form from each individual permitting us to use the photos.

What is the deadline and where do you submit photos?

Please send us the photos and the release form(s)  by 31 Mai 2024 by email to: incomingsatth-nuernbergPunktde 

What prizes are offered?

The International Office looks forward to receiving your submission and curious to see the diversity of perspectives shown in your photos. We will be pleased to display all suitable photos in various contexts (e.g. on the IO webpages). The three best photos will be recognised with a prize.

The best photos from the photo competition in summer semester 2023

  • Foto: Usukh-Erdene Batbold/ Downtown Bridge
  • Foto: Andrew Fink / The photo depicts the perfect blend of joy, friendship, and academic pursuit, taken in front of a stunning library. It exemplifies the vibrant student life in Germany and showcases the unique charm that makes our host country so special.
  • Foto: Konstantin Despov / Location: Wöhrder See / A business student should always be able to find the business tower in his hometown. Keep your head up!
  • Foto: Dinh Gia Bao Vo / Zugspitze, der höchste Punkt in Deutschland
  • Foto: Karthikeyan Jayagopi / A beautiful view of the Pegnitz just before sunset from Großweidenmühlsteg