Welcome to the International Students Office of KIT!
Are you an international applicant interested in degree-seeking studies, PhD, internship, Erasmus or overseas exchange at KIT?
Here you will find information and services regarding study and funding opportunities, preparation, application and realization of a stay at KIT, and about student life in Germany and Karlsruhe.
Applying, Enrolling & Studying at KIT
Informationstag für internationale Studierende am KIT
Am 12. April 2018 fand im Festsaal im Studentenhaus unsere Informationsveranstaltung für alle regulär eingeschriebenen internationalen Studierenden am KIT statt. Hier können Sie sich die gehaltenen Präsentationen noch einmal anschauen.
Enrollment for the summer semester 2018 will take place at the International Students Office from April 3rd until April 11th 2018, weekdays from 8.30 am - 11 am. Further information in your admission letter.
Benjamin Hauck is studying at the KIT and currently in exchange at UNC Charlotte in North Carolina, USA. At the Energy Summit at Appalachian State University, his poster was voted among the best. The Appalachian Magazine has portrayed him.
My Erasmus - Photo competition for the 30 years of the program
The International Students Office of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) invites all present and former KIT Erasmus incoming students to submit impressive photos showing various facets of their stays in Karlsruhe. The photos are to present people, places, and atmospheres encountered during the exchange in the fan city. The pictures will be awarded Interrail tickets and presented in large formats on the Open Day of KIT (June 24, 2017) after a online selection on the INTL facebook page.
Information for Refugees About Studying at KIT
Education at KIT is aiming at scientifically training young people in research oriented fields and acquiring interdisciplinary competences. A special program is addressing refugee students.
On Youtube you can find videos in Arabic introducing the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and its auditing program and giving other useful information about studying at KIT and its offered study programs.
for students from Africa, Asia and Latin America in Baden-Württemberg! The development-oriented education programm STUBE offers seminars, workshops and other activities related to development issues as well as the opportunity to become involved, to get to know people from all over the world, to have fun while learning and to exchange ideas and experiences.
The federal programme "University Guarantee Funds" offers consultancy for immigrants who want to continue their academic career in Germany. They offer assistance in the choise of studies or application and admission procedures. Refugees, late repatriates and jewish immigrants, who are under the age of 30, also have the chance of financial funding in order to support their studies.
KIT offers a German-Chilean Masters program in the field of regional sciences with a focus on natural risks and catastrophy prevention in cooperation with Universidad de Concepción (UdeC) in Concepción, Chile. Application deadline is September 30 every year.
The IfR is looking for highly motivated applicants who have obtained their B.Sc. or B.A.
Applicants should speak German and Spanish because you will be studying two semesters in Karlsruhe and Concepción each.
we are happy you chose Karlsruhe as a place to study! We hope you have an enjoyable time here even though exam period is approaching.
The City of Karlsruhe is currently in the process of developing a Welcome Center for foreign professionals in Karlsruhe and in the Karlsruhe TechnologyRegion. As we wish to provide the best possible service to our clients, we would like to understand the situation of international students, especially those planning a future career in Karlsruhe, better.
That is why we would like to ask you a small favour. Please complete this online survey − it should take no more than 10 minutes − and let us know your experiences.