In Loving Memory: Professor Eberhard Weise - Founding Member of the Jörg Weise Association

It is with great sadness that we had to say goodbye to our founding member, Professor Eberhard Weise on January 18th 2024.  His legacy is the profound impact he left on countless lives, and we will cherish his memory.

Professor Weise embodied integrity, his every action a testament to unwavering principles and ethical conduct. He was revered for his boundless generosity and charitable spirit, extending a helping hand to all in need without seeking recognition or praise. Modest to the core, he shunned the spotlight, preferring instead to shine it on others, uplifting and empowering those around him. As a mentor to so many, he instilled values of compassion, empathy, and respect in all of us. His wisdom and guidance will be greatly missed, and we will be forever grateful to him.

Beyond the Jörg Weise Association, Professor Weise was a pillar of support within his community, advocating for righteousness with unwavering dedication. The imprint of his love and wisdom remains etched in the hearts of those who were privileged to know him.

Rest in peace, Papi Weise. Your spirit lives on in the Jörg Weise Association.

On behalf of the Jörg Weise Association we have opened a remembrance page. In case you would like to share memories or express your condolences, you are welcome to do so at

Welcome to the website of the Jörg Weise Association, the international organisation that meets annually to keep the international relationships in tact. Please have a look at this website and also at our Facebook page for more ins and outs of our organisation.

International Scholarships

We provide scholarships for children under 18 that are interested in being part of an international community. Find out more.

Yearly Meetings

Every year the members of the association meet in a European city. Previous locations include Lisbon, Madrid, Amsterdam & Maastricht. Look here for more locations.


The association was founded in the early 1980s in honour of Jörg Weise, one of the students that attended Vacational Studies and died in a car accident.