It is possible to study one semester abroad at our Erasmus-partner universities in Europe.
In order to be considered eligible for the ERASMUS program, students must either have an EU citizenship (or be residents of: Norway, Liechtenstein, Turkey, the western Balkan States and Switzerland) or an unlimited residence permit status and /or a permanent home in Germany. With a temporary visa for study purposes, citizens of any other states than those mentioned above are not allowed to apply for the ERASMUS program.
Here you can find a link to the list of our partner universities.
You can also stay without studying at a university in a foreign country, e.g. for producing your film or media project. For most of you, this will be in the winter semester 12/13 (project semester) or during the German summer holidays after the second semester. The DAAD has a special Program for short time-scholarships for students (only in german at the moment). Many of our students got this scholarship before. Please don't hesitate to ask the coordinator or program director if you need a reference letter.