Internationalization

  Students holding the EU flag Peter Winandy

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities greatly values a comprehensive education for its students.

Stays abroad can significantly contribute to students' development. Intercultural skills and foreign language skills are particularly well trained during study abroad.

In order to offer students the possibility to gain experiences abroad, our institutes and institutions maintain contact with approximately 60 partner universities in Europe. These contacts enable students to complete study abroad in, for example, Great Britain, France, Italy, Norway, Switzerland, and other countries.

We primarily offer study abroad opportunities through the ERASMUS program, as it ensures basic financial security.

You can find more information on this topic on our Outgoings page.

Our focus on Incomings comes primarily in the form of German courses offered by the Language Center.