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Studying with Erasmus+

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The EU's Erasmus+ program has provided funding for a range of opportunities for more than 30 years, including stays abroad in other European countries. It allows students to study for two to 12 months at a university in the EU, or take an internship in an EU country. Participants receive both financial and organizational support during their stay abroad. The Erasmus office in the Faculty of Agriculture cooperates with more than 40 partner universities in Europe and Turkey.

 

BEFORE you apply

First check the International Office website for the general application requirements and funding criteria for the Erasmus+ program. The portal for exchange programs Mobility Online provides an overview of all the current Faculty of Agriculture exchange programs and partner universities.

When searching for the right partner university, look at their websites to see the courses offered, semester times and language requirements.

 

Applying at the Erasmus office in the Faculty of Agriculture

Applications for an Erasmus+ stay abroad at an Erasmus+ partner university are submitted through the Erasmus office in the Faculty of Agriculture. Please send your application documents by email to Tabea Tetzner by the deadline: [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.]

 

Application requirements

Enrollment at the University of Bonn as a regular student at the time of application and during the entire stay abroad (leave of absence possible)

At least the first year of studies completed (bachelor's program) when your stay abroad starts, applications can be submitted as early as the first semester in master's programs

Length of stay a minimum of two months to a maximum of 12 months (exception: trimester at the receiving institution)

Adequate language skills for the language of instruction at the partner university

 

Application documents required

Curriculum vitae in table form (in German or English)

Current transcript of records/BASIS overview of credit points (for master's students: copy of your bachelor's transcript)

Letter of motivation (in German or English)

Please describe your academic and personal reasons for studying abroad: What motivated your application to study abroad through Erasmus+? Why did you decide on this country/this city? How will your stay abroad at the chosen university contribute to your academic career? You can indicate up to three receiving institutions, with priorities. For each university you choose, please provide the reasons you would like to study there.

If the language of instruction for the courses at the partner university is not German or English, please submit a language certificate for the language of instruction (at least B1). If the national language is not English, you may submit optional language certificates to increase the likelihood that your application is accepted. Although English language skills are required, you do not need to provide proof when applying at the Erasmus office in the Faculty of Agriculture. Please check the website of the partner university to see whether an English language certificate has to be submitted there at a later date.

Proof of extracurricular activities (if applicable)

 

Time periods

Semester abroad

Winter semester and/or summer semester
of the following academic year

Summer semester
of the following academic year

Application period

January

August

End of the application period

February, 1

September, 1

Department response

February / March

September / October

Places

All

Remaining places for the following summer semester

 

Selection criteria

Application documents complete

Clear motivation for the stay abroad

Language skills

Course work

Extracurricular involvement

 

AFTER successfully applying to the Faculty of Agriculture

Please register online at the International Office no later than March 15, or November 15 (for remaining places).

The Erasmus office in the Faculty of Agriculture will nominate you for an exchange semester or year at the partner university. Various documents, depending on the university, have to be submitted again for this. Please note the deadlines set by the partner university.

Please give yourself sufficient time to digitally prepare a Learning Agreement (recommended: 4-6 weeks before the deadline set by the partner university). Instructions for completing the form are available on the International Office website. Your planned study program should provide a minimum of 20 ECTS credits per semester. If your planned studies are less than 15 ECTS credits per semester, no funding can be provided through the Erasmus+ program.

 

Recognition

ecognition of the courses taken abroad takes place after your Erasmus stay. Please submit the transcript of records from the receiving institution to the Examination Office for this purpose. The transcript of records from the receiving institution should provide proof of at least 15 ECTS credits per semester. The Faculty of Agriculture cannot recognize courses that were not (successfully) completed. ein.

You can also obtain a Certificate of Intercultural Competence from the International Office. This extra-curricular qualification allows foreign stays, participation in language courses and courses with an international orientation, support provided to students from abroad and involvement in international associations and projects to be recognized with a certificate.

 


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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.

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