Study abroad

During studies and internships abroad, students gain important additional skills to compete in today's labour market. Great care and effort is required to plan a study period abroad.

In this regard, the International Center offers information sessions (in German) that give an overview of the necessary preparations needed for a successful study period abroad. This includes information on preliminary considerations, funding opportunities and other important things to know. Any individual questions, you many have, can be answered in a personal conversation.

The International Center has a library on foreign study programmes. It gathers information on specific countries and partner institutions; keeps reference books on higher education institutions worldwide; and has a collection of reports written by former ERASMUS-students on their experiences abroad.


Hours of operation of the information desk and library:

  • Monday - Thursday: 9 - 12 am and 1 - 4 pm
  • Friday: 9 - 12 am

Individualised advice on studying abroad - Mrs. Volland / Mrs. Grunwald (without a personal reservation):

  • Monday + Tuesday: 1 - 3 pm
  • Thursaday: 9 - 12 am
  • (No individualised advising on Mondays during the semester breaks)


tel.: 880-3717 oder 880-3022