We would like to invite all international exchange students to our Welcome Event at the School of Business and Economics. You will get to know your fellow international students and learn everything you need to know for your studies at the School of Business and Economics.
Date: 13 October 2023
Location: Hörsaal 10, Neue Aula
Further information on the event is available in ALMA.
After a lunch break, we would like to take you on a tour of our campus. Discover your new home for the next months and get to know the most important places at the School of Business and Economics. We will finish the afternoon together in the Irish Pub.
Date: 13 October 2023
Meeting point: Entrance of Nauklerstraße 47
There are different ways to apply for an exchange at our faculty. If you are from Europe, there is the inner-Europe exchange program ERASMUS. If you're not from a European country, you may benefit from our worldwide network of partner universities. Furthermore, there is always the possibility to apply for the admission of international students whose university does not belong to our current partner universities or exchange programmes.
Incoming exchange students are administrated centrally at the International Office. You are admitted as non-degree student for a limited study period (one or two semesters). As an international programme student, you are allowed to register for classes and to earn credits under the same conditions as regular students at our university.
You can find more detailed information about the application and admission process by following the links in the "Downloads and Links" section below.
Important: the application deadlines are May 31 for the winter term and December 31 for the summer term.
During your stay as an exchange student at our faculty, you can attend various courses offered by our institutes that are taught in English. Apart from that, there are many courses with an international focus. The module handbooks in the "Downloads and Links" section below will give you an overview about the courses that are offered at our faculty. For more general information about which courses to choose, please don't hesitate to ask at the academic advisory service. We all speak English and German and some of us speak a number of further european languages.
STUBE is a development-policy educational programme for students from Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. It is a supplement to the specialized studies and offers weekend seminars, day seminars and half-day workshops. Topics of the seminars include development policy, gender justice and conflict transformation. In addition, STUBE offers the BPSA, a scholarship program for students who want to do studyrelated research or an internship in their home country.