Erasmus Study in Bonn

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Studying with Erasmus+ at the University of Bonn

Interested in becoming an exchange student in Bonn? The following pages explain how to apply as an Erasmus student at the University of Bonn, prepare for your initial days in Bonn and what you can expect during a semester here.

Participation Requirements

To participate in the Erasmus exchange program, you have to fulfill the following requirements:

  • Be enrolled at a partner university to the University of Bonn from the European Union, the United Kingdom, Norway, Switzerland (Swiss Mobility) or Turkey;
  • Fullfil the necessary language requirements (for information on the language level of your study course, please contact your Erasmus Departmental Coordinator;
  • Receive an official nomination from your home university for the Erasmus program.
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Erasmus+ worldwide

The University of Bonn is an active participant in “Erasmus+ worldwide” which extends exchange opportunities to non-European universities. On the following website you will find information on existing partnerships and participation requirements.32221

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    Erasmus Students per Year

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    Partner Universities

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    Degree Programs

    Application

    Application Procedure

    To apply for an Erasmus exchange slot at the University of Bonn, you must do the following:

    • Contact your Erasmus coordinator at your home university and request nomination as an Erasmus applicant.
    • Read the instructions for registering in Mobility-Online and fill out the Mobility-Online form in its entirety.
    • Review the data you provide carefully, especially the email address.
    • Print out your nomination confirmation on Mobility-Online and submit it to the Erasmus coordinator at your home university for signature and stamp.
    • Download the signed nomination confirmation into your Mobility-Online account by the application deadline. Once submitted, you will have completed the initial application steps required on your side.

    Application Deadlines

    Winter semester 2021/22: June 01, 2021
    Summer semester 2022: November 01, 2021

    Roughly 4–6 weeks after the aforementioned application deadline, you will receive an email from your Departmental Erasmus Coordinator and the International Office detailing further steps on your Erasmus stay in Bonn.

    Please note: We accept applications and nominations from students at partner universities exclusively through our online portal Mobility-Online. Please do not send your nomination confirmation and application to Bonn via email.

    If a country or university is not listed in Mobility-Online, this usually means no Erasmus exchange agreement with the University has been signed. Please do not enter an incorrect university. Where in doubt, please contact the relevant Departmental Erasmus Coordinator.

    Language Requirements

    Please contact your Departmental Erasmus Coordinator23 in order to discuss the specific language requirements for your course of study.

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    Preparing for Your Stay, Arrival

    If you have already successfully applied for a slot as a Erasmus student, you will find useful information on the follwing websites, helping you to prepare your stay in Bonn and to make it easier to get started.

    Concerning the enrollment process at the University of Bonn, you will receive an email from the International Office with detailed instructions.


    Course Selection and Learning Agreement

    Your courses will be selected in accordance with the Erasmus Learning Agreement in consultation with your Erasmus coordinator at your home university and your Erasmus Departmental Coordinator in Bonn. As soon as the responsible Erasmus Departmental Coordinator at the University of Bonn has selected you as an Erasmus student, you will then receive further information about course selection.

    Courses at the University of Bonn can be found in the University's electronic course catalog, known as BASIS. Additional information on courses/modules and ECTS points can be found in the module guide on the pages of your department at the University of Bonn and via your Erasmus Departmental Coordinator.

    You will receive a Transcript of Records at the end of your studies in Bonn.


    Information about the University of Bonn

    Studying at the University of Bonn means learning from the very best: teaching in our over 200 degree programs is performed by internationally leading academics working at the cutting edge of their subject. We are one of only eleven Universities of Excellence in Germany, and the only of our peers with six Clusters of Excellence. Playing host to some 5,000 students from over 130 various nations, the University makes a special contribution to the international flair of the city of Bonn.


    Erasmus Departmental Coordinators

    The Erasmus Departmental Coordinators are your first contact persons at the University of Bonn and your primary contact during your stay in Bonn. They will give you all the necessary information concerning your studies at the University of Bonn (such as the application procedure, languange requirements, degree programs, course selection and Learning Agreement).

    Your contact person at the International Office is your contact point for organizational questions during your stay in Bonn. You will receive information and support on how to find housing and on formalities before and at the beginning of your studies. 

    Contact

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    Carina Rong

    Erasmus Program (Incoming)

    1.004

    Poppelsdorfer Allee 53

    53115 Bonn (Germany)

    +49 228 73-68777


    The basis for the participation of the University of Bonn in the Erasmus program is the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education.

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    This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

    Also see

    Information issued by the EU

    The European Commission website also contains general information regarding the Erasmus+ program.

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    Campus International

    The Campus International program seeks to promote greater intercultural exchange at the University of Bonn.

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    Learning German

    There are a range of options open to international students who wish to improve and extend their German language skills.

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