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Ways to Study Abroad

The University of Bonn offers many possibilities for completing part of your studies abroad. The brochure Studies and Internships Abroad provides an initial overview of all the offers and programs available, student reports on their experiences and other valuable information.

Benefits of exchange programs

  • Tuition is waived
  • Financial grants
  • Simplified procedure for recognizing study achievements earned abroad
  • Assistance with preparations and application
  • Support at the receiving institution
  • Networking with other exchange students


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How to Study at the Faculty

With its 200-year history, the University of Bonn enjoys an excellent reputation in Germany and abroad. Around 35,000 students are currently enrolled here, including more than 5,000 students from abroad who add to the international atmosphere. The University of Bonn has had six Clusters of Excellence since January 2019, more than any other university in Germany. They include PhenoRob (Robotics and Phenotyping for Sustainable Crop Production), the only Cluster of Excellence in the area of agriculture in Germany.



Faculty building (© Foto: Michael Kneuper)


According to the QS World University Ranking by subject 2021: Agriculture & Forestry the University of Bonn Faculty of Agriculture is in the Top 100 worldwide. It consists of 6 Institutes specializing in nutrition and food sciences, geodesy and geoinformation, food and resource economics, agricultural engineering, crop science and resource conservation and animal sciences.

If you would like to enter a degree program at the Faculty of Agriculture, an overview of all degree programs is available here. English-language courses are offered in the three international master's degree programs AFECO, ARTS and Geodetic Engineering.

If you would like to study at the Faculty of Agriculture for one or two semesters under an exchange program (without earning a degree), general information on exchange programs in Bonn is available on the International Office website. Exchange students from partner universities in countries outside the EU can apply for the Global Exchange Program at the International Office. Exchange students from partner universities that have Erasmus+ agreements with the Faculty of Agriculture can find more information about the application process on the Erasmus+ pages of the faculty.

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