Auslandsaufenthalte

 

Learn more here about requirements for a period abroad, exchange programs and resources for studying or working abroad. The English Department strongly encourages all students to spend a semester or more abroad during their studies.

Ansprechpartnerin

Name

Nicole Hützen

Student Mobility Coordinator

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+49 241 80 96341

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LAB students with an English component must spend a minimum of three months working or studying abroad in an English-speaking country in order to complete their program. Students may choose to study abroad (one or two semesters or a summer study program) or work abroad (part-time, full-time, paid or voluntary work) in a country in which English is an official language and the work/activity undertaken is conducted in English. Students must document their study or work abroad (with certificates, a letter from their employer, etc).

See the Downloads section below for a link to the regulations for this immersion period abroad (ImPA Policy).

LuS students are required to spend a minimum of six weeks abroad in order to complete their program. Students may choose to study abroad (one or two semesters or a summer study program) or work abroad (part-time, full-time, paid or voluntary work).

 

Zu: Auslandsaufenthalten ab April 2020

Liebe Studierende,

uns ist als Institut klar, dass Sie für die unmittelbare Zukunft geplante Auslandsaufenthalte derzeit wegen der Corona-Krise nicht durchführen können. Zunächst müssen Sie hierzu wissen, dass Sie alle ein zusätzliches Semester zu Ihrer Regelstudienzeit hinzubekommen. Ansonsten wenden Sie sich in der Sache bitte zuerst an die Student Mobility Koordinatorin Dr. Nicole Hützen.

Ihr IfAAR

 

Financing

Students are responsible for organizing and finding sponsorship for their work and study abroad. Possibilities for financial aid include:

For further information please contact the RWTH International Office.

 

Erasmus and Other Exchange Programs

The English department has exchange programs with the following universities:

Students may also apply for Erasmus exchanges sponsored by other departments (in particular that of students' second field of study).

Selection for participation in exchange programs is based on academic record, letter of motivation, and language competence level (C1 in English and at least B1 in the language of the host country).

Students are also free to arrange to study at a university as a free-mover outside of an official exchange programme. Contact the International Office for more details.

To receive credits for courses taken abroad, contact