Study as an exchange student at one of our 200 partner universities worldwide or organize your study abroad semester independently as a freemover. Since the semester abroad is integrated into your study curriculum, you will have the opportunity to broaden your academic and cultural horizon without prolonging your studies.
During my semester abroad, I had the opportunity to pursue my studies and experience a whole new country at the same time. This helped me to gain numerous new impressions, experiences and friendships. Therefore, I highly recommend studying abroad not only from a professional but also from a personal point of view. Due to the integrated semester abroad and the large number of partner universities of the Business School, it's rather easy to spend a semester at a foreign university during your bachelor studies.
Our FAQs will help you answer some of your questions regarding your semester abroad. You will find information on:
- the responsible contact persons,
- our partner universities,
- the application and selection process,
- the course selection abroad and credit transfer as well as
- financial support
Should you have additional questions, please visit the open office hours of your academic advisor or arrange a personal appointment via e-mail.
Jennifer Thum, M.A.Manager International Affairs & Outgoing Student Advisor
L 5, 5
Dean's Office Business School – Room 102
Mon 10:30 a.m. AM – 12:30 p.m. PM; Thu 2 a.m. – 4 a.m. PM