The aim of the study is to give an insight into the evaluation of the program “Mentor Migration SALAM – Spielen Austauschen-Lernen-Achtsam-Miteinander” (Playing-Sharing-Learning-Attentively-Together). Students striving for a teaching degree or studying Social education at the University of Education Freiburg, mentor a child from a migrant or a refugee family for a period of 9 months. Some of the evaluation results are presented here. Based on different instruments like a questionnaire, open questions, interviews, reports, and minutes of the supervision meetings the mostly qualitative data are analysed and categorized. The article focuses on the impacts on the students: They gain a better awareness for intercultural encounters, and get insights into milieus they usually would not have. So especially the competences ‘Coping with Difference’ and ‘Professional pedagogical Skills’ will be investigated. The Intercultural Competence Model of Deardorff gives the theoretical background.