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Erasmus+ at the Faculty

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View over Campus Poppelsdorf to "Siebengebirge" (© Foto: Volker Lannert / Universität Bonn)

 

The Erasmus office in the Faculty of Agriculture cooperates with more than 40 partner universities in Europe and Turkey. Please apply in advance at your home university if you would like to arrange a stay under the Erasmus+ program in the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Bonn.

Information on the application process, Welcome Days and other programs for Erasmus students is available in the University of Bonn Fact Sheet and on the International Office website. We recommend that you start your housing search early.

 

Deadlines

Semester abroad

Winter semester
(October to March, first semester)
or full year

Summer semester
(April to September, second semester)

Nomination and application deadline

May, 15

November, 1

 

Examinations generally take place during the semester break. The exact dates for examination periods and deadlines are provided on the webpage of the examination office for your degree program.

 

Courses

All information on the degree programs offered by the Faculty of Agriculture, including module guides, is available on the Study Programs webpage. The course catalog is available at BASIS.

Please note that you cannot choose courses from a master's degree program if you are in a bachelor's degree program.

The courses in the bachelor's degree programs are held in German, so you must have very good German language skills to take these courses. Many of the courses offered for the master's degree programs are also available in English.

You can choose one or more modules from the new bachelor's and master's degree programs offered by the Faculty of Agriculture during your stay. The module courses are designed (with two exceptions) so that a module can be completed in one semester. Please note that a module may also include exercises or seminars.

 

Language requirements

B1 German language skills for German-language courses
B2 English language skills for English-language courses

If you have been accepted at the Faculty of Agriculture under an exchange program, you will receive an email from the International Office with all of the important information you need on the organizational preparations for your arrival (mid-June/mid-December). Information on German language courses, insurance and our Welcome Days is available on the International Office website.

 


 

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Advice and contact information

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Erasmus
Tabea Tetzner

  +49 228 73-2053
  +49 151 59987300

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  Tue: 10:00-11:30 | Zoom
(waiting room)

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ARTS
Prof. Dr. Mathias Becker
Karlrobert-Kreiten-Str. 13,
53115 Bonn

  +49 228 73 4001

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