Partnerhochschulen

Im Rahmen eines Übersee Austausches am KIT können Sie ein Auslandssemester oder Auslandsjahr weltweit verbringen, ohne dass dabei Studiengebühren gezahlt werden müssen.

Die folgende Grafik zeigt Ihnen, wann für Sie, in Abhängigkeit des Ziellandes, der Auslandsaufenthalt möglich ist. Es handelt sich hier um die ungefähren Semesterzeiten. Genauere Angaben zu den Semesterzeiten finden Sie bei der jeweiligen Partnerhochschule. Insbesondere bei den Landesprogrammen, die mehrere Campus/Universitäten vereinen, sind die Semesterzeiten als ungefähre Angaben angegeben und können im Einzelnen abweichen.

 

Die Informationen zum Bewerbungsverfahren finden Sie auf dieser Seite. 

Im Folgenden finden Sie alle aktuellen Partnerhochschulen, mit denen zurzeit ein Austausch stattfinden kann:

 

Argentinien  Australien  Brasilien                  Mexiko  Russland  Singapur  Taiwan  USA

Direktkooperationen

Auf der Basis langjähriger Zusammenarbeit hat das KIT mit verschiedenen internationalen Hochschulen bilaterale Kooperationsverträge abgeschlossen. Diese ermöglichen KIT-Studierenden, ein Auslandssemester oder Auslandsjahr an einer Partnerhochschule im Ausland zu verbringen, ohne dass Studiengebühren gezahlt werden müssen.

Diese Möglichkeit besteht für KIT-Studierende an den folgenden Partnerhochschulen:

 

Argentinien  Australien  Brasilien                  Mexiko  Russland  Singapur  Taiwan  USA

Argentinien Argentinien

Instituto Tecnológico Buenos Aires (ITBA)
Profile of partner institution Focus on Engineering, Technology and Management
Fields of study All open to exchange
Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements Most courses at ITBA are taught in Spanish. Students should have learned Spanish for two years or have an equivalent of a B1-level in Spanish. If students do not fulfill this requirement, they have to successfully pass an intensive Spanish language course at ITBA to be accepted. More information
Courses

Students need to reach 12 ITBA credits per semester.

More information

Semester dates March – July (Semester 1); August – December (Semester 2)
Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt 
Information for foreign students

Fact Sheet

Website Exchange Students

Number of students for exchange approx. 4/year
Universidad de Buenos Aires (FIUBA)
Profile of partner institution Focus on Engineering 
Fields of study

only at the Facultad de Ingenieria

Participating campuses All open to exchange, undergraduate and graduate level
Language requirements All courses at ITBA are taught in Spanish. Spanish level B1+ (certified according to the Common European Framework of Reference) 
Courses Course Catalogue 
Semester dates

1st semester: March to July

2st semester: August to December

Visa Information 

Auswärtiges Amt 

Students may enter as tourists and manage their Students Residence visa application process under FIUBAs direction upon arrival. More information will be provided during the application process at FIUBA.

Information for foreign students

Instructivo

Subject election

Programs of Subjects

Academic calendar

Number of students for exchange approx. 2/year
Universidad Tecnológica Nacional (UTN Cordoba)
Short description of the institution

The National Technological University has two characteristics that distinguish it from the rest of the national college system: UTN is the only university in the country whose academic structure has engineering as a priority. UTN is federal in nature, covering all regions of Argentina.

It has 30 Regional Colleges/ Campus, a Higher National Institute of Technical Teachers, one Academic Unit and extensions geographically distributed throughout the territory of Argentina.

Profile of partner institution

It is important to remark that, since the creation of the National Technological University –Law 14.855 in 1959 - over 82,000 professionals have been graduated from its 15 degree programs. Moreover, geographical coverage translates into an absorption capacity of students - 85,000 students - 66,000 engineering students, equivalent to more than 40% of all engineering students in the country.

The UTN academic offer in numbers: 10 PhDs; 21 Master's degree; 28 Specializations; 17 Degree Careers; 109 Accredited Degree Courses; 21 Bachelor's degree Cycles; 55 Undergraduate technique careers

The research and technological development efforts of the UTN are empowered by the collaboration with other public and private universities, and through agreements with national and provincial science and technology promotion agencies. More than 1800 teacher-researchers with graduates and students carry out the projects, which are distributed in 14 thematically organized programs with research and development priority.

Fields of study Engineerings
Participating campuses 30
Language requirements Spanish (B1)
Courses (Course catalog link) http://utn.edu.ar/secretarias/academica/planes.utn
Semester dates

• 1st Semester, March to August: 20th November.

• 2nd semester, August to December: 20th May.

Visa Information http://www.rrii.utn.edu.ar/?page_id=1398
Information for foreign students

http://www.rrii.utn.edu.ar/?page_id=1398

 http://www.rrii.utn.edu.ar/estudiantes-extranjeros-ingles/
 

Number of students for exchange approx. 3/year
Official Webpage

http://www.utn.edu.ar/

http://www.rrii.utn.edu.ar/

 

Australien Australien

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Short description of the institution UTS is a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney. One of Australia’s leading universities of technology, UTS has a distinct model of learning, strong research performance and a leading reputation for engagement with industry and the professions. UTS is the top ranked university in Australia in the 2018 THE Young University Rankings.
Profile of partner institution Focus Business, Engineering, IT, Science, Design and Architecture, Communications; and Health.
Fields of study

Most areas of study are open for exchange, with the following exceptions:  

Not available

  • Nursing clinical and Education placements 
  • Midwifery all Graduate Health subjects
  • MBA Executive
  • Chinese Medicine
  • Engineering internships

 

Limited availability

  • Animation and Media Arts Production
Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements

Applicants have to prove a sufficient knowledge of the English language.

  • TOEFL (internet-based) 79
  • DAAD Certificate in combination with English Language Proficiency Assessment Form (ELPA) 
Academic requirements GPA better than 2.5 on a 4.0 Scale or "C"
Courses

Exchange students have to receive 18-24 credits per semester. The Study Abroad and Exchange Subject Guides at the following link provide an overview of popular subjects and guidance on how to navigate the online Handbook: 

Step-by-step-guide to finding subjects
Semester dates

March– June (Autumn Semester) 

July – November (Spring Semester)

Please note students studying Education subjects may be required to commence in February, instead of March.

Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt 
Additional Information for exchange stundents 

International Students

Fact Sheet

Quick Guide

Number of students for exchange Approx. 3/year
Brisbane - Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Engineering, Science and Technology ()
Fields of study All open to exchange, undergraduate and graduate level
Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements

TOEFL minimum of 90 points or DAAD language certificate minimum of B2 level.

Be advised that the DAAD language certificate is not listed on the QUT website under valid english language proficiency tests, but is still valid due to an agreement between QUT and KIT.

More information

Courses

The approved unit lists for inbound study abroad and exchange (STAE) students. These lists provide specific guidance on what students can study at QUT in our upcoming semesters. There are two distinct groups of approved units:

1. Approved study units = All students can study these units, regardless of your academic background.

2. Units requiring approval = You can only enrol in these units if you meet the specified requirements and have significant background knowledge in the area of study.

The Australian government requires for Exchange students a minimum of 3 courses per semester (36 credits). The normal number of courses at QUT is 4 courses per semester (48 credits).

More information

Semester dates

February – June (Semester 1); July – November (Semester 2)

Academic calendar

Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt
Application procedure

Application procedure

Applicants need a minimum GPA (Grade Point Average) of 2.5 on a 4 point scale.

Additional Information for exchange stundents 

Exchange Guide 

International Students Guide

https://www.qut.edu.au/international 

https://www.qut.edu.au/ 

Number of students for exchange

Approx. 2/year

 

Brasilien Brasilien

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)
Profile of partner institution Focus on Engineering. (More information)
Fields of study All open to exchange, undergraduate and graduate level (More information: UFRJ_CAMPUSES.pdf)
Language requirements Sufficient knowledge of the Portuguese language, because most of the courses at UFRJ are taught in Portuguese. (More information)
Courses Course Catalogue
Semester dates

March – July (Semester 1);

August – December (Semester 2)

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for foreign students International Students Office
Additional information for exchange students Practical information and money
Number of students for exchange approx. 3/year
Centro Universitário da Faculdade de Engenharia Industrial (FEI de São Paulo)
Short description of the institution

The Centro Universitário FEI, is formed by high-profile teaching staff and courses strongly focused on theoretical knowledge and experimental/practical activities providing the students excellent development conditions in their areas of study.   The campuses located in São Bernardo do Campo and São Paulo offer excellent infrastructure, which comprises a computerized library with several databases available, laboratories with high technology equipment and research, and computer centers.  The Centro Universitário FEI encourages the development of teaching and academic projects by students and professors.

Profile of partner institution

Focus on Administration, Engineering, Technology and Innovation.

More information

Fields of study All open to exchange, undergraduate and graduate level
Participating campuses All open to exchange; The São Paulo campus only offers courses in Business Administration (undergraduate, master and doctorate). All the other programs, including also undergraduate in Business Administration, is offered in the São Bernardo do Campo campus.
Language requirements

Sufficient knowledge of the Portuguese Language. All the courses at FEI are in Portuguese. In order to follow the classes an intermediate/advanced level in Portuguese language is strongly recommended. No Celpe-Bras proficiency test is required.

Courses Course Catalogue
Semester dates

February – June (Semester 1);

August – December (Semester 2)

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt
Additional information for exchange students

International Students Office

Factsheet

Institutional Video

Brochure (PDF)

Number of students for exchange approx.3/year
Universidade de São Paulo (USP)
Short description of the institution Universidade de São Paulo is one of the largest and most important institutions of higher education and research in Brazil and Latin America. Founded in 1934, USP is a public state institution and has campi placed in eight cities spread throughout the state of São Paulo.
Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Humanities, Science and Engineering
Fields of study All open to exchange, the School of Architecture and Urbanism and the School of Economics, Business and Accountancy are not recommended due to a large number of applicants
Participating campuses All open to exchange, USP has campuses in seven different cities
Language requirements Sufficient knowledge of the Portuguese language (minimum B1), because most of the courses at USP are taught in Portuguese. (More information)
Courses Large number of applicants in the School of Architecture and Urbanism and the School of Economics, Business and Accountancy, therefore the students are recommended to concentrate on other subjects. (More information)
Semester dates

February – June (Semester 1);

August – December (Semester 2)

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt
Additional information for exchange students

International Cooperation Office

Overview Brochure

Factsheet

Brochures/statistics ready to download

Number of students for exchange Approx. 3/year
Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP) - Vertragsverlängerung in Abstimmung; vorauss. Plätze für 2020/21 verfügbar
Short description of the institution Universidade de São Paulo is one of the largest and most important institutions of higher education and research in Brazil and Latin America. Founded in 1934, USP is a public state institution and has campi placed in eight cities spread throughout the state of São Paulo.
Profile of partner institution Focus on Science, Economics and Engineering
Fields of study All open to exchange, undergraduate and graduate level
Participating campuses All open to exchange (Link)
Language requirements Portuguese is the language of instruction at UNESP. Some internship programs can be offered in English. Students must have sufficient knowledge of Portuguese or Spanish to be able to attend our courses. (4 semesters of academic Spanish / Portuguese or a level B2 certificate)
Courses International courses

in Agricultural Sciences, Alternative Energy, Dentistry, and Literature and Linguistics

Undergraduate Courses

Semester dates

February - June (Semester 1);

August – November (Semester 2)

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt
Additional information for exchange students

Fact Sheet

Application Instruction

unsep Overview

International Students Guide 

International Courses 

Graduate Program 

Number of students for exchange Approx. 3/year
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
Short description of the institution

The Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, UFRGS (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul) is a century-old educational institution nationally and internationally recognized. It is centered in Porto Alegre – the capital city of the State of Rio Grande do Sul – and it offers academic programs from all different fields of knowledge, for all stages of education, ranging from elementary to graduate school.

More than 30 thousand people circulate its facilities in search of receiving one of the top 10 most qualified educations in Brazil. This, combined with its leading research programs and expressive community outreach, grants UFRGS to be ranked among the best universities in the country.

Participating campuses

Areas and number of places for undergraduate exchange students are described in the agreements, available at Link.

For graduate students, the requirements to apply to MDs or PhDs vary for every graduate program. Please visit the website http://www.ufrgs.br/ufrgs/ensino/pos-graduacao/mestrado (for MD) or http://www.ufrgs.br/ufrgs/ensino/pos-graduacao/doutorado (for PhD) and contact directly the Graduate Program Coordination (Programa de Pós-Graduação) in order to verify application and admission conditions and procedures.

Language requirements

An intermediate level of Portuguese is strongly recommended, since all the classes are held in Portuguese.

However, UFRGS offers a course of Portuguese as a second language to its international students with competitive prices.

Courses List of undergraduate programs

 

Semester dates

March - July (Semester 1);

August - January (Semester 2)

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt
Additional information for exchange students

Useful information after arrival

Information for MD

Information for PhD

Fact Sheet 2019

Number of students for exchange Approx. 4/year
Short description of the institution ITBA´s Graduate School has over 2,000 graduates and specializes in the generation of knowledge to use technological innovation for the welfare of the society. Its main purpose is to update and deepen the training of professionals by providing them with tools in the following areas: competitiveness, innovation systems, sustainability and management.
Official Webpage  Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Engineering, Technology and Management
Fields of study

ITBA offers undergraduate courses in the following subjects: Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering and two Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Information Systems, and Business and Social Analytics. All fields are open to exchange. 

Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements Most courses at ITBA are taught in Spanish. Students should have learned Spanish for two years or have an equivalent of a B1-level in Spanish. If students do not fulfill this requirement, they have to successfully pass an intensive Spanish language course at ITBA to be accepted. More information
Academic requirements Two completed years of study prior to participation in the exchange
Courses

Students need to reach 12 ITBA credits per semester. More information

Semester dates

1st semester: March to July

2nd semester: August to December

Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt 
Information for exchange students

Website Exchange Students

Number of students for exchange approx. 4/semester
Profile of partner institution Focus on Engineering 
Fields of study

only at the Facultad de Ingenieria

Participating campuses All open to exchange, undergraduate and graduate level
Language requirements All courses at ITBA are taught in Spanish. Spanish level B1+ (certified according to the Common European Framework of Reference) 
Academic requirements 50% of the career approved
Courses Instructive
Semester dates

1st semester: March to July

2nd semester: August to December

Visa Information 

Auswärtiges Amt 

Students may enter as tourists and manage their Students Residence visa application process under FIUBAs direction upon arrival. More information will be provided during the application process at FIUBA.

Information for exchange students Exchange information

Academic calendar

Number of students for exchange approx. 3/semester
Short description of the institution

The National Technological University has two characteristics that distinguish it from the rest of the national college system: UTN is the only university in the country whose academic structure has engineering as a priority. UTN is federal in nature, covering all regions of Argentina. It has 30 Regional Colleges/ Campus, a Higher National Institute of Technical Teachers, one Academic Unit and extensions geographically distributed throughout the territory of Argentina.

Official Webpage

Link

Profile of partner institution

85,000 students, 66,000 engineering students, equivalent to more than 40% of all engineering students in the country.

The UTN academic offer in numbers: 10 PhDs; 21 Master's degree; 28 Specializations; 17 Degree Careers; 109 Accredited Degree Courses; 21 Bachelor's degree Cycles; 55 Undergraduate technique careers

The research and technological development efforts of the UTN are empowered by the collaboration with other public and private universities, and through agreements with national and provincial science and technology promotion agencies. More than 1800 teacher-researchers with graduates and students carry out the projects, which are distributed in 14 thematically organized programs with research and development priority.

Fields of study All fields are open to exchange
Participating campuses 30
Language requirements

B1 level of Spanish is required. In the case that students wish to take courses of Spanish, is coordinated with the Faculty to develop a supply line with expectations, and levels of requirements.

Academic requirements 

Two completed years of study prior to participation in the exchange

Applicants need a minimum GPA of 6.5 on a 10.0 point scale.

Courses 

List of undergraduate modules available for exchange students can be found here.

Graduate modules

Semester dates

1st Semester: March to August

2nd semester: August to December

Visa information Link
Information for exchange students

UTN RRII info for foreign students

Number of students for exchange approx. 4/semester
Short description of the institution

UTS is a public university of technology defined by our support for the economic, social and cultural prosperity of our communities. UTS is a reflection of Sydney’s multicultural diversity. With around 42,600 students from 120 different countries Our campus is in the heart of Sydney's creative and digital precinct and alongside Sydney's central business district. When not in class, adventure awaits you! Bars and restaurants are on our doorstep, the beautiful Sydney Opera House is just 15 minutes away by train or take it easy on one of Sydney’s many beautiful beaches.

Official Webpage  Link
Profile of partner institution

Focus Business, Engineering, IT, Science, Design and Architecture, Communications; and Health.

Fields of study

Most areas of study are open for exchange:

  • Arts and Social Sciences
  • Business
  • Design Architecture and Building
  • Engineering and IT
  • Health
  • Law
  • Science
  • Public Policy
  • Trans disciplinary and Innovation
     

Subjects from the following Programs are generally not available:

  • Nursing; clinical and education placements
  • Midwifery 
  • All Graduate Health subjects
  • Master of Clinical Psychology
  • MBA Executive
  • Chinese Medicine
  • Engineering internships
     

Limited availability:

  • Animation and Media Arts Production
Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements

Applicants have to prove a sufficient knowledge of the English language. For KIT students, there are two options to do so:

  • TOEFL (internet-based) or
  • DAAD Certificate in combination with UTS English Language Proficiency Assessment Form (ELPA)

More information, especially on min. language scores/levels, as well as the ELPA form, can be found here.

Academic requirements

One completed year of study prior to participation in the exchange

A "credit" or "good" average or a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5 on a 4.0 point scale, or average grade of "C" or better on the European ECTS grading scale.

Courses

Subjects and academic information

Semester dates

1st semester: March – June (Autumn Semester) 

2nd semester: July – November (Spring Semester)

Please note students studying Education subjects may be required to commence in February, instead of March. (More Information)

Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt 
Information for exchange stundents 

Information for International Students

Number of students for exchange Approx. 3/semester
Short description of the institution We're well known as 'a university for the real world' because of our close links with industry and our relevant teaching and applied research. Industry representatives and professionals contribute to our course development, adding a practical perspective to theoretical education.

Our academic staff consult in industry and work on industry projects which often involve students. Staff and students have access to the latest teaching technology.
Official Webpage  Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Engineering, Science and Technology ()
Fields of study

All open to exchange. Business, Creative Industries, Education, Health, Law, and Science and Engineering; undergraduate and graduate level

Language requirements

TOEFL (ibt): An overall score of 79 (writing 21, reading 16, listening 16, speaking 18) or DAAD language certificate minimum of B2 level.

Be advised that the DAAD language certificate is not listed on the QUT website under valid english language proficiency tests, but is still valid due to an agreement between QUT and KIT.

More information

Academic requirements

One completed year of study prior to participation in the exchange

Applicants need a minimum GPA (Grade Point Average) of 2.5 on a 4 point scale.

Courses

The approved unit lists for inbound study abroad and exchange (STAE) students. These lists provide specific guidance on what students can study at QUT in our upcoming semesters. There are two distinct groups of approved units:

1. Approved study units = All students can study these units, regardless of your academic background.

2. Units requiring approval = You can only enrol in these units if you meet the specified requirements and have significant background knowledge in the area of study.

The Australian government requires for Exchange students a minimum of 3 courses per semester (36 credits). The normal number of courses at QUT is 4 courses per semester (48 credits).

Semester dates

1st semester: January – June

2nd semester: July – November 

Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt

Information for exchange students 

More information

Number of students for exchange

Approx. 2/semester

Official Webpage  Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Engineering. (More information)
Fields of study

All open to exchange (except Medical School (Internships)), undergraduate and graduate level.

Language requirements

Sufficient knowledge of the Portuguese language (A1 Minimum for most courses), because most of the courses at UFRJ are taught in Portuguese. (More information )

Academic requirements Two completed years of study prior to participation in the exchange
Courses Course Catalogue
Semester dates

1st semester: March – July 

2nd semester: August – December 

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt and Student Visa Registration Guide
Information for exchange students

International Students Office

Practical information

Number of students for exchange approx. 3/year
Short description of the institution

The Centro Universitário FEI, is formed by high-profile teaching staff and courses strongly focused on theoretical knowledge and experimental/practical activities providing the students excellent development conditions in their areas of study.   The campuses located in São Bernardo do Campo and São Paulo offer excellent infrastructure, which comprises a computerized library with several databases available, laboratories with high technology equipment and research, and computer centers.  The Centro Universitário FEI encourages the development of teaching and academic projects by students and professors.

Profile of partner institution

Focus on Administration, Engineering, Technology and Innovation.

Fields of study

Engineering / Computer Science / Business Administration (all fields are open to exchange, at the undergraduate and graduate levels)

Participating campuses All open to exchange; The São Paulo campus only offers courses in Business Administration (undergraduate, master and doctorate). All the other programs, including also undergraduate in Business Administration, is offered in the São Bernardo do Campo campus.
Language requirements

All courses are taught in Portuguese. It is mandatory for the student to have an intermediate knowledge in Portuguese language in order to attend classes and follow other academic activities. An interview by videoconference/Skype might be requested before acceptance.

Academic requirements 

One completed year of study in an academic field related to the application prior to participation in the exchange

Applicants must present a good academic performance and a great sense of disciplinary behavior (to be defined by the home institution).

Courses

Business Administration / Computer Science / Civil Engineering / Automation and Control Engineering / Materials Engineering / Mechanical Engineering / Electrical Engineering / Production Engineering / Chemical Engineering / Robotics Engineering

International students can apply to any course offered by the academic departments, once they have completed the academic requeriment for such units/subjects.

Semester dates

1st semester: February – June 

2nd semester: August – December

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

International office

Institutional Video

Number of students for exchange approx.4/semester
Short description of the institution

USP is one of the most prestigious higher education and research institutions in Brazil and figures among the best universities in the world. With several campuses distributed over eight cities (Bauru, Lorena, Piracicaba, Pirassununga, Ribeirão Preto, Santos, São Carlos and São Paulo) within the state of São Paulo, USP has almost 98,000 undergraduate and graduate students and over 5,600 faculty members. The schools of USP cover most disciplines and provide students with a fertile study and research environment.

Official Webpage Webpage of USP
Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Humanities, Science and Engineering
Fields of study All open to exchange. Exception: The School of Architecture and Urbanism and the School of Economics, Business and Accountancy are not recommended due to a large number of applicants.
Participating campuses All open to exchange, USP has campuses in seven different cities
Language requirements Sufficient knowledge of the Portuguese language (minimum B1), because most of the courses at USP are taught in Portuguese. 
Academic requirements One completed year of study prior to participation in the exchange
Courses

List of undergraduate modules available for exchange students can be found here.

Postgraduate course list is available at https://uspdigital.usp.br/janus (option: Catálogo de disciplinas > Listar Disciplinas Catalogadas por Área de Concentração). Then one will be able to browse the course catalogue by School/Institute and then by Postgraduate Programme/Area of Concentration and check the full details regarding each single module.

The final course list for the relevant upcoming semester is made available at https://uspdigital.usp.br/janus (option: Disciplinas Oferecidas > Listar Disciplinas Oferecidas por Área de Concentração. Then one will be able to browse the course catalogue by School/Institute and then by Postgraduate Programme/Area of Concentration and check the full details regarding each single module including the timetable (Turma).

Once nominated by KIT for exchange, Master students williting to attend classes are asked to apply first through the bachelor's degree by choosing 2 or 3 4th and/or 5th-year courses, which they can drop later if they wish. This is because the course catalogue is made available later when the application period is closed. By applying through the 1st level they ensure their institutional linkage with USP as exchange students without having to look for a supervisor. If besides the classes they want to carry out any research activities, the step above is not necessary, since an invitation letter plays this role.

Semester dates

1st semester: February – June 

2nd semester: August – December 

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

Information on student exchange at USP

Overview Brochure

Brochures/statistics ready to download

Number of students for exchange Approx. 3/year
Short description of the institution

Unesp is the best case of a multicampus university in Brazil. Its geographical distribution includes 34 university units present in 24 small and medium-sized cities, the vast majority in the interior of the state. The main objective of UNESP is to foster a positive learning environment in which faculty, staff and students can create and transmit knowledge, art and culture.

Listed among the three largest and most important Brazilian universities, UNESP stands out as an example of extreme success among the multicampus institutions around the world. As one of three public universities maintained by the government of the state of São Paulo, UNESP offers quality education while developing strategic research and interacting with the society through the provision of services for the community.

Our Research strategics areas are: Plural societies; Sustainable development; Bioeconomy; Health and wellness; Materials and technologies; Biodiversity and climate change; and Basic science at the edge of knowledge.

Official Webpage Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Science, Economics and Engineering
Fields of study All open to exchange, undergraduate and graduate level
Participating campuses All open to exchange (Link)
Language requirements Portuguese is the language of instruction at UNESP. Students must have sufficient knowledge of Portuguese or Spanish to be able to attend our courses (4 semesters of academic Spanish / Portuguese or a level B2 certificate). All undergraduate programmes are taught in Portuguese. 
Academic requirements

Bachelor students need to have completed one year of study prior to participation in the exchange

Applicants need a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0-point scale.

UNESP has 34 Faculties and the academic requirements depend on each program and campus.

Courses

International courses

Undergraduate Courses

Semester dates

1st semester: March - July 2021

2nd semester: August – December 2021

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

UNESP Overview

UNESP International

International Courses 

Graduate Program 

Number of students for exchange Approx. 2/semester
Short description of the institution

The Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) is one of the five largest and most qualified universities in Brazil. It is considered one of the most important higher education institutions in Latin America. The UFRGS International Campus is a platform for the development of integrated actions of internationalization, through which UFRGS strategically consolidates and expands its international cooperation.

The UFRGS International Campus is founded on the concept of a university in the world and for the world, a university promoting academic, scientific and cultural cooperation with several countries, in a multilateral consortium and supranational instances through international public and private partnerships. UFRGS proves its excellence by promoting an educational system that is consistent with emerging models of higher education for the 21st century, which give priority to creativity, innovation and autonomy.

Official Webpage http://www.ufrgs.br/
Participating campuses

All fields are open for exchange.

For graduate students, the requirements to apply to MDs vary for every graduate program. Available MD programs, admission conditions: http://www.ufrgs.br/ufrgs/ensino/pos-graduacao/mestrado

Language requirements

An intermediate level of Portuguese is strongly recommended, since the classes are taught in Portuguese.

However, UFRGS offers a course of Portuguese as a second language to its international students with competitive prices.

Academic requirements Applicants must have completed at least thirty percent (30%) of the compulsory credits of their course / one year of study prior to participation in the exchange
Courses List of courses 
Semester dates

1st semester: March - July 

2nd semester: August - December 

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

Useful information after arrival

Information for MD

Number of students for exchange Approx. 4/semester
Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Science, Economics, Architecture and Engineering
Offical Webpage Link
Fields of study

Pregrado programs only.

Agriculture, Architecture, Arts, Design, Economics, Engineering, Humanities (Letters, History, Political Sciences), Medicine, Social Sciences & Urban Studies.

Please check the restricted areas before applying.

Participating campuses all open to exchange
Language requirements

Spanish at least Level B2 according to the CEFR scale, because most of the courses at UC are taught in Spanish. 

Level of English proficiency mandatory only for the Latin American studies program TOEFL 80.

Please also check Requirements here.

Academic requirements

GPA 3.0 (on a 4.0 score) or equivalent. Students with lower level than established will not be accepted in the exchange.

One completed year of study prior to participation in the exchange.

Please also check Requirements here.

Courses

Undergraduate students should complete in one semester between 30 and 50 UC credits (most of the courses at UC are 10-credit courses). Exchange students are allowed to register for courses from different areas.

Please check only as reference this weblink 

Semester dates

1st semester: March – July 

2nd semester: August – December 

Visa Information Auswärtiges Amt

Bewerbung Visa

More Information

Information for exchange students

Information for international students

UC Virtual Campus Tour

Number of students for exchange approx. 2/semester
Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Science, Economics and Architecture
Offical Webpage Link
Fields of study

Courses in areas such as Medicine and Odontology have restrictions when it comes to accepting exchange students. Acceptance to these areas is subject to academic evaluation by both faculties and according to courses available.

Mostly, undergraduate students. Postgraduate applicants are accepted case by case previous approval of department of interest.

Participating campuses all open to exchange
Language requirements

Certificate proving command of Spanish language to at least B1 level, or 6 semester of Spanish language studies. B2 for students taking classes at Faculty of Medical Studies.

Academic requirements 

One completed year of study prior to participation in the exchange.

Minimum 5.0 in Chilean Grading Scale (1.0 to 7.00 - 4.0 passing grade).

Courses The academic offer can be checked out here: Catálogo Programa Movilidad (uchile.cl)
It is recommended to go over the catalogue of previous semesters, since most of the subjects are repeated year after year.
Semester dates

1st semester: March – July 

2nd semester: July – December 

Information for exchange students

International Students Office

Programa de movilidad estudiantil

Number of students for exchange approx. 2/semester
Short description of the institution Located in the Region of the Araucanía, Chile, the Universidad de La Frontera (UFRO) is a state,public institution of higher learning, considered among the best universities in the country based on its remarkable indicators of quality and excellence.
The University offers 45 undergraduate programs, 9 doctoral programs, 31 master’s programs, 17 programs in medical specialties, 5 programs in dentistry specialties, 8 specialty programs in nursing, a specialty program in midwifery, a specialty program in computer science and a specialty program in medical physics.

It has over 8,500 students in its undergraduate programs, spread across six Faculties, and more than 800 students in its graduate programs.
Offical Webpage Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Science, Economics and Engineering
Fields of study all fields open to exchange; undergraduate level, acceptance into Master programs on case-by-case basis; less internships
Participating campuses all open to exchange
Language requirements B1 Spanish level is required, because most of the courses at Frontera are taught in Spanish.
Academic requirements  Two completed years of study prior to participation in the exchange
Courses List of undergraduate modules available for exchange students can be found here 
Semester dates

1st semester: March – July 

2nd semester: August - December 

Information for exchange students

International Students Office

Further Information (English)

Number of students for exchange approx. 2/semester
Short description of the institution The Universidad de Concepción is the third most important in Chile and has a beautiful campus near the city.
Offical Webpage  Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Science, Economics and Engineering
Fields of study

All fields of study are open for exchange (undergraduate and graduate level), with exception of health internships or treatment with patients.

Participating campuses all open to exchange
Language requirements

Sufficient knowledge of the Spanish language (4 semesters of academic Spanish or a level B1 certificate), because most of the courses at UDEC are taught in Spanish.

Academic requirements Two completed years of study prior to participation in the exchange
Courses

Undergraduate Programmes;

Master programs (In the Spanish version you can access the details of each program)

Semester dates

1st semester: March - July 

2nd semester: August - December 

Information for exchange students

Information for foreign students

Number of students for exchange approx. 3 students/year

 

Short description of the institution

Universidad Austral de Chile UACh is a private University founded in 1954. It is located in Valdivia, south of Chile. It has beautiful campuses in Valdivia, one called Isla Teja and the other Miraflores, and 3 others in Puerto Montt, Osorno and Coyhaique (Chilean Patagonia).

Official Webpage

Link

International

Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Science, Economics and Engineering and Humanities
Fields of study

All of them, undergraduate and graduate level

Participating campuses Isla Teja (Valdivia)
Language requirements Sufficient knowledge of the Spanish language (4 semesters of academic Spanish or a level B1/B2 certificate). B2 highly recommended. Most of the courses at UACH are taught in Spanish. (Only exception
Courses

Courses (pregrado)

Portada (postgrado)

Semester dates

1st semester: March - July

2nd semester: August - December

Visa

Bewerbung Visa

Auswärtiges Amt

Information for exchange students Information for exchange students
Number of students for exchange approx. 3/semester

Short description

Founded in 1931, the USM is recognized as one of Latin America's best universities for its scientific and technological excellence. The USM is a Nonprofit Private Foundation, with the character of private university, belonging to the Chilean Universities President Council (CRUCh). The USM offers 84 programs at Undergraduate (17.000 students) and Postgraduate level (3.000 students).

Offical Webpage Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Engineering, Science and Technology. Although humanistics courses are also offered. (More information)
Fields of study

Undergraduate and graduate level.

Areas of study: engineering, architecture, business, sciences

All fields are open to exchange, except of professional master degree (part-time).

Participating campuses

Main Campus - Valparaíso: Architecture, Electronics, Industrial Eng., Informatics, Business, Mechanical Eng., Metal and Materials Eng., Chemical and Environmental Eng., Mathematics, Civil Engineering, Chemistry and Physics.

Santiago-Vitacura: Aeronautics and Business

Santiago-San Joaquin: Electronics, Industrial Eng., Informatics, Business, Mechanical Eng., Metal and Materials Eng., Chemical and Environmental Eng., Mathematics, Civil Engineering, Chemistry and Physics.

Language requirements

English B1 and Spanish B1 (CEFR)

Spanish A2 also accepted, but is mandatory to join the Intensive Spanish Course.

Courses

Catalogue

Exchange students must take a minimum of 10 USM credits per semester.

Courses taught in English: ICN321 (Paralelo 3) Marketing ICN337 (Paralelo 3) Project development and control ICS832 (Paralelo 1) Natural and Environmental resources management ICS859 Strategic Management and Competitive Advantage ICQ382 (Paralelo 1) Specific Projects IMQ391 (Paralelo 1) Environmental Projetcs

A two-week intensive Spanish course is offered before the beginning of each semester. An additional fee applies as this course is not part of the regular academic offering. Multiple levels of Spanish courses for foreign students part of the regular academic offering are also offered during each semester.

Semester dates

1st semester: February/March – July 

2nd semester: August – December 

Information for exchange students

Information for exchange students 

promo video

Number of students for exchange approx. 2/semester
Short description of the institution

University of excellence, leader in technology, management and innovation with emphasis on social responsibility.

Offical Webpage

Link

Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Science, Economics and Engineering
Fields of study All fields are open, except: Law School, Kinesiology, Occupation Therapy, Medicine (clinical fellows).
Participating campuses all open to exchange
Language requirements Sufficient knowledge of the Spanish language (B2 certificate), because most of the courses at USACH are taught in Spanish.
Academic requirements Two completed years of study prior to participation in the exchange
Courses Catalog
Semester dates

1st semester: March – July 

2nd semester: August – December 

Information for exchange students

Information for international students

Number of students for exchange approx. 5/semester
Offical Website http://english.bit.edu.cn/ 
Profile of partner institution Focus on Management, Science and Engineering.
Fields of study all open to exchange, undergraduate and graduate level
Participating campuses all open to exchange
Language requirements TOEFL ibt ≥ 80 for attending English-taught programs
Academic requirements

At least one completed year of study at home university

Applicants need a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0-point scale

Other requirements  BIT cannot accept Chinese students with Chinese Nationality.
Courses

Programs for exchange students (The website will be updated later for year 2022-2023)

BIT English-taught Programs for Graduates

BIT English-taught Programs for Undergraduates

Semester dates

1st semester: September – January

2n semester: February – July 

Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students 

Programs for exchange students

Number of students for exchange approx. 10 / semester
Profile of partner institution Focus on Management, Economics, Science and Engineering.
Fields of study All open to exchange; except the Department of Art, Design and Sport, undergraduate and graduate level. 
Participating campuses All open to exchange.
Language requirements

Applicants, who are interested in visiting courses taught in Chinese, need a HSK certificate with band 5. Applicants, who are interested in visiting courses taught in English, need a proof of fluent English. Mandarin proficiency is required for particular program such as Anthropology, Physical Education.

Other requirements Tsinghua cannot accept applications from students with Chinese nationality.
Courses Most of the courses are taught in Chinese, some departments also offer courses in English: School of Economics and Management, Department of Civil Engineering, Department of Industrial Engineering, School of Life Sciences, School of Journalism. Courses hosted by Academy of Arts and Design and Physical training courses are not open for Exchange students. (Division of Curriculum ) 

Courses in English

Semester dates

1st semester: September – January 

2nd semester: February – June 

Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt 
Information for exchange stundens 

International Students Office

Number of students for exchange approx. 3/semester
Short description of the institution Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), as one of the higher education institutions which enjoy a long history and a world-renowned reputation in China, is a key university directly under the administration of the Ministry of Education (MOE) of the People's Republic of China and co-constructed by MOE and Shanghai Municipal Government. Through some 120 years' unremitting efforts, SJTU has become a comprehensive, research-oriented, and internationalized top university in China.
Official Webpage  Link 
Profile of partner institution Focus on Economics, Science and Engineering.
Fields of study

SJTU has 30 schools/departments in Sciences, Engineering, Life Sciences, Humanities, and Social Sciences. All university-level exchange students are allowed to choose any school, except for the School of Medicine and Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance. Antai College of Economics & Management doesn’t accept university-level graduate exchange students.

Participating campuses all open to exchange
Language requirements

HSK 5 at least for attending the Chinese Taught Course (Original test certificate required); TOEFL 90 for attending English Taught Courses 

Academic requirements

A minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

Must be a currently enrolled university student (grade two or above);

Complete 2 semesters at home university

Other requirements  SJTU cannot accept applications from students with Chinese nationality.
Courses For the available English course list, you may take a look at this website.
Semester dates

1st semester: September – January 

2nd semester: February – June 

Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt 
Information for exchange stundens 

International Students Office 

Number of students for exchange approx. 2/year

 

Short description of the institution

Tongji University is a key research-intensive university in China and has a history dates back to 1907 when German doctor Erich Paulun established Tongji German Medical School in Shanghai. Currently the university with its two main campuses has grown into a comprehensive and internationally known university with ten major disciplines, i.e. sciences, engineering, medicine, humanities, law, economics, management, philosophy, arts and pedagogy.

Official Webpage  Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Economics, Science and Engineering.
Fields of study all open to exchange; undergraduate and graduate level (but not all subjects offer courses in English, please check before your application)
Participating campuses

2 Main campuses in Shanghai: Siping Campus: Siping Road 1239 and Jiading Campus: Cao'an Highway 4800

Language requirements

Sufficient English proficiency. The School of Economics and Management (SEM) requires min. TOEFL ibt 79.

Some basic Chinese knowledge is advised, but not compulsory.

Academic requirements 

Students applying for School of Economics and Management need a min. GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

Other requirements

Tongji University cannot accept applcations from students with Chinese nationality, which also includes students from Taiwan, Hongkong and Macao. This also applies to students with two nationalities.

Courses Tongji offers more and more courses in English and German every semester. Not all the colleges and all majors of Tongji University offer courses in English. For more information on courses in advance, please refer to the English course list or contact Ms. Wang Yiyang, International Office Tongji University
Semester dates

1st semester: September – January 

2nd semester: February – July 

Visa Information Auswärtiges Amt 
Information for exchange students

None-Degree Exchange Programmes 

Number of students for exchange approx. 3 / semester
Short description of the institution The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a leading comprehensive research university. It has a total of 61 departments under the Faculties of Arts, Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Science, and Social Science. CUHK is the only university in Hong Kong with a college system. Each undergraduate student is associated with one of the nine Colleges. The Colleges are responsible for informal learning, and for academic and cultural immersion for students. CUHK is committed to general education and whole-person development. The spacious 137-hectare campus is Hong Kong’s largest university campus and offers an inspiring and ever-changing view of Tolo Harbour and the hills beyond.
Profile of partner institution

Focus on Economics, Science and Engineering. CUHK has identified four strategic areas of research:

  • China Studies 
  • Translational Biomedicine 
  • Information and Automation Technology
  • Environment and Sustainability 
Fields of study

Please refer to the information here.

Courses/disciplines not open to exchange students

Participating campuses The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, Hong Kong
Language requirements

English TOEFL ibt 71. No acceptance of the DAAD Sprachzertifikat.

KIT students with Chinese nationality can also apply.  

Academic requirements 

Applicants need a minimum GPA (Grade Point Average) of 3.0 on a 4 point scale.

Undergraduate students should have completed at least two terms of university studies, and postgraduate students should have a recognised bachelor’s degree or equivalent prior to arrival at CUHK.

Courses

Course Information

In general, undergraduate (bachelor) courses offered by the Faculty of Business Administration are very popular among students, therefore applicants should be flexible in their course choices.

Postgraduate (master / MBA) courses offered by the Faculty of Business Administration are not open to exchange students joining via university-wide exchange partners.

Semester dates

1st semester: September – December (including final examination)

2nd semester: January – May (including final examination)

Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt 
Information for exchange students 

Exchange - Getting started

Number of students for exchange

For 2022/23 academic year:

  • 1 semester space (either one student during 1st semester or one student during 2nd semester)
  • NUR SEMESTERAUFENTHALT MÖGLICH; KEIN JAHRESAUFENTHALT
Short description of the institution

The University was is one of eight government-funded degree ranting tertiary institution. It offers more than 50 bachelor degree programmes and is ranked 48 on the QS World University Rankings.

Official Webpage  Link
Fields of study

All fields are open to exchange, only undergraduate level.

Language requirements

TOEFL 79 (internet-based test). No acceptance of the DAAD Sprachzertifikat. 

For students who would like to take the courses offered by our School of Law, the minimum requirement is TOEFL (100 points, obtained within 3 years before admission).

Academic requirements 

Students must have already completed their first year of study at the home university in order to attend exchange programme at CityU.

For students applying for law courses, they must meet minimum CGPA 3.0 out of 4.3 scale.

Courses Application and course information
Semester dates

1st semester: September - December

2nd semester: January - May 

More information
Visa Information

Visa Information can be found on:

Students are encouraged to apply for student visa to Hong Kong via CityU. CityU may act as local sponsor of exchange students who are accepted for admission and meet Hong Kong visa application requirements.

Visa Information

Information for exchange students

Application and course information

Global Engagement Office

Number of students for exchange approx. 1/semester
Short description of the institution IIT Madras is the only IIT or even the only technological university in India with an inbuilt Research Park. We also have faculty with international repute and world class labs.
Official Webpage Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Science and Engineering
Fields of study 

All fields are open to exchange

Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements

Good knowledge in English as the lectures are given in English and exams are to be written in English.

Academic requirements

Applicants need a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0-point scale

Undergraduate applicants should have completed 3-4 semesters and graduate applicants 1 semester prior to participation in the exchange

Courses

General courses can be found in the department sites. 

Semester dates

1st semester: July - November 

2nd semester: January - May

Calendar

Visa Information Auswärtiges Amt 
Information for exchange students

Office of Global Engagement

Number of students for exchange approx. 5 / semester

  

Short description of the institution

Technion, consistently ranked among the world’s top 50, is a major source of the innovation and brainpower that drives the Israeli economy. Technion graduates represent 70 percent of the high-tech workforce and established Israel’s industrial infrastructure, reinforced its technological defense capabilities, and pioneered its technology-based enterprises, that has earned the country’s reputation as the world’s “Startup Nation” (with the highest concentration of high-tech companies anywhere outside the Silicon Valley).

Official Webpage  Link
Profile of partner institution Focus is on Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Entrepreneurship
Fields of study

Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Architecture and Town Planning and Humanities

Limited number of courses in Industrial Engineering

Participating campuses Main campus, Haifa
Language requirements

 

English: TOEFL minimum score 80 or DAAD Language Certificate minimum B2 

Academic requirements

average of minimum 80 on a percentile scale of 100 or a GPA of 3.00 out of 4.00

Courses

 

Courses at Technion are taught in Hebrew with courses on undergraduate level offered in English in Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Architecture and Town Planning and Humanities.

The language of graduate level courses (including other faculties as well) may be changed to English with the approval of the lecturer.

See links below.

Semester dates

1st semester: October – February 

2nd semester: March - July 

Visa Information  Auswärtiges Amt 
Information for exchange students

Exchange programs

Current students

Number of students for exchange approx. 3 / semester
Short description of the institution Comprehensive university for all Humanities, Social and Natural Sciences.
Official Webpage  Link
Profile of partner institution Comprehensive university for all Humanities/Social and Natural Sciences
Fields of study All fields are open except Medical Field. Undergraduates and Graduates are welcome.
Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements

N1 of Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) or TOEFL iBT 79

Academic requirements Recommendation letters must have designated form
Courses

Kyoto University offers two incoming exchange programs:

1. Kyoto University International Education Program (KUINEP)

This program enables undergraduates from partner universities to study in English.

 

2. Kyoto University General Exchange (GE) Program (enrollment status: GEA or GESR)

In this program, students either take courses, mostly from the Kyoto University Faculties or Graduate Schools to which they are affiliated (as "General Exchange Special Auditors", or GEAs), or conduct research under academic supervisors without attending classroom lectures (as "General Exchange Special Research Students", or GESRs).

Undergraduates have to take 7 courses per semester. Graduate students are asked to take 4 courses per semester. Graduate students have also the possibility to stay without taking any courses lectured in a classroom and are able to do research. (Special Research Student Program).

Upon approval by the home university, students interested in the Special Research Student Program shall directly contact the provisional academic advisor under whom they wish to conduct their research and request the issuance of a letter of provisional acceptance.

 

Undergraduate Courses (in English) 

Semester dates

1st semester: October – February

2nd semester: April – August

Visa Information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

Information for exchange students 

Number of students for exchange

approx. 3 / semester

Official Webpage

Link

Global Initiative

Profile of partner institution School of Engineering
Fields of study School of Engineering (Link ), undergraduate and graduate level
Participating campuses All open to exchange; Hongo campus and Komaba campus in Tokyo and Kashiwa campus in Chiba
Language requirements

Undergraduate applicants need a Japanese Language Proficiency (JLPT N1). Graduate applicants do not need a proof of Japanese, but knowledge of Japanese is recommended.

Academic requirements A host supervisor is required (More information).
Other requirements  More information
Courses

Most of the courses are taught in Japanese. Especially Graduate courses are also taught in English.

Class catalogue

Semester dates

1st semester: September - March

2nd semester: April - August

Visa information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

General information

Number of students for exchange Approx. 3 / semester
Offical Webpage

Link

Fields of study Letters, Law, Foreign Studies, Economics, Human Sciences, Science, Medicine, Allied Health Sciences, Dentistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Engineering, Engineering Science, Language and Culture, International Public Policy(OSIPP), Information Science and Technology, Frontier Biosciences Institutes of Microbial Diseases, Scientific and Industrial Research, Protein Research, Social and Economic Research, Joining and Welding Research
Language requirements
  • FrontierLab/OUSSEP: TOEFL iBT 80+
  • iExPO Japanese-based program: Japanese JLPT N1 or N2
  • Maple program: Japanese JLPT N3-N4
Academic requirements

Continuous enrolment and progress as a full-time degree-seeking student at home university is essential, good academic standings (equivalent to GPA 3.0+/4.0, B+ in ECTS grading)

At least one year for undergraduate students and six months for postgraduate students by the time of application. Students who are (or will be) continuing to earn higher degree are also edible to apply if their total enrollment at home university is more than one year.

Courses Osaka University-wide Syllabus
Semester dates

1st semester: September - February 

2nd semester: April - August 

Visa Information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

Becoming an Exchange Student at OU

Number of students for exchange: approx. 5 students / year

 

Short description of the institution Tohoku University has been committed to its "Research First" principle and "Open Door"policy for over a century, earning international recognition for both educational and research excellence. The university continues to find ways to improve lives around the world, by grooming the next generation of leaders, and arming them with the most innovative technology that the world’s best research teams can produce.
Official Webpage

Link

Profile of partner institution Comprehensive Research University, famous for the strength in the field of Science and Engineering. (More information)
Fields of study

All open to exchange, undergraduate and graduate level

Tohoku University Global Learning Center has various student exchange programs open to undergraduate and postgraduate students. 

For undergraduate students:

  • Junior Year Program in English (JYPE)
  • International Program in Liberal Arts (IPLA)
  • Direct Enrollment Education Program for Natural Science Students (DEEP)

For postgraduate students:

  • Cooperative Laboratory Study Program (COLABS)

More information on the Programs can be found here.

Participating campuses All open to exchange (More information)
Language requirements

Applicants seeking admission to English-Based exchange program (JYPE/COLABS/IPLA) need TOEFL Internet-based Test (iBT) 79.

Knowledge of Japanese is recommended.

Applicants for the DEEP Program need a JLPT N1 certificate.

Courses

Most of the courses in the JYPE, COLABS and IPLA programs are taught in English. Most of the courses in the DEEP program for undergraduate are taught in Japanese.

The number of COLABS applicants has been increasing and it is becoming quite a competitive program. 

 

Syllabus Elective Courses

Course Descriptions

Semester dates

1st semester: April - September

2nd semester: October - March

Visa Information

Visa information

International Support Office

Information for exchange students

Exchange Programs

After successful application for exchange program at KIT and nomination by KIT to Tohoku University, students interested in COLABS program are therefore required:

  1. Find a prospective academic supervisor in the preferred field.
  2. Contact potential academic supervisor to get their consent with a COLABS Consent of Acceptance Request Form.
  3. Inform your program coordinator at KIT (cornelia.@kit.edu and overseas∂intl kit edu) once you receive consent from your prospective academic advisor.
  4. Then complete application for exchange students at Tohoku University through T-cens.
Number of students for exchange: Approx. 3 / semester
Profile of partner institution Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) is a Japanese national university founded in 1991, located in Kansai Science City, a border region between Nara, Osaka, and Kyoto.
The university's objectives are to conduct cutting-edge research in frontier areas and to train students to become tomorrow's leaders in science and technology.
Fields of study

All fields in information science, biological science and materials science are open to exchange students.

Only Graduate level student

Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements

Applicants only need proof of English fluency, but knowledge of Japanese is recommended.

Other requirements  Students' enrollment should be guaranteed by KIT until they complete their exchange program at NAIST.
Courses

Exchange students are mainly accepted to receive research instruction at a lab in NAIST.

Syllabus preview
Please note: some classes are not offered to exchange students.

Semester dates

1st semester: October - February

2nd semester: April –August 

Visa Information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

Information for prospective students

Division for Global Education

promo video

Number of students for exchange approx. 3 / semester

 

Short description of the institution

Beyond is where we begin Waterloo goes beyond the classroom, to a place where experience is the teacher. Beyond problems to solutions that address social, technical and economic needs. Beyond the laboratory, to the research that propels industries, organizations and society. Waterloo is at the forefront of innovation and is home to transformational research and inspired learning. Located in the heart of Canada's technology hub, we are growing a network of global partnerships that will shape the future by working beyond disciplines and building bridges with industry, institutions and communities. Our incredible people and partners take us beyond the lives we're living today, to find solutions to the global challenges that lie ahead. Creating change that goes beyond the status quo and is felt around the world. Waterloo goes beyond—to challenge, connect and propel our world.

Official Webpage  Link 
Profile of partner institution Focus on Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering
Fields of study

All open to exchange

Please check our Course restrictions - undergraduate exchange students before applying, to make sure that your study plans fit UWaterloo's offer

Participating campuses Exchange students are invited to study at the main campus in Waterloo and the campus in Cambridge (School of Architecture). UWaterloo’s other campuses in Stratford and Kitchener are not open for exchange students.
Language requirements

Internet-based TOEFL (iBT) or Special Home Edition TOEFL (iBT): min score 90 overall; writing 25; speaking 25)

Departments accepting lower scores (overall 80; writing 22; speaking 20; reading 20; listening 18) for Graduate applications are: Chemical Engineering; Civil and Environmental Engineering; Electrical and Computer Engineering; Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering; and Systems Design Engineering.

Departments/Schools/programs requiring higher scores (min. score 100 overall; writing 26; speaking 26) for Graduate applications:

  • Faculty of Arts: Accounting and Finance; Anthropology; Classical Studies; Digital Experience Innovation; English Language and Literature; Fine Arts; History; Philosophy; Public Service; Religious Studies; Sociology and Legal Studies
  • Faculty of Engineering: Architecture
  • Faculty of Environment: Climate Change; Climate Risk Management; Development Practice; Economic Development and Innovation; Environment and Business; Environment, Resources and Sustainability; Geography and Environmental Management; Global Governance; Planning; Sustainability Management
  • Faculty of Health: Public Health and Health Systems; Recreation and Leisure Studies
  • Faculty of Mathematics: Computer Science; Data Science and Artificial Intelligence; Quantitative Finance

TOEFL Tests must have been taken within the last 24 months at the time the application is submitted. We do not accept electronic TOEFL scores for undergraduate admissions. Hardcopy tests must be sent by the testing centre to both KIT and UWaterloo. Waterloo's institution code is 0996 and our department code is 00.

Academic requirements 

UG = minimum overall average of 70%

G = minimum overall average of 75% in the last two years of study, in a completed 4-year Honours Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.

Undergraduate level (UG): Your four most recent years of full-time education must be immediately before the beginning of the month you start your studies at Waterloo.

Courses

UG Course selection

G Course selection

 

Semester dates

1st semester: September - December (Fall Semester)

2nd semester: January - April (Winter Semester)

3rd semester: May – August (Spring Semester)

Visa Information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

Come to Waterloo (Student Success Office)

Add some Adventure to your Degree (Inbound Exchange Brochure)

Experience the University of Waterloo (Video)

Number of students for exchange

For 2022/23 academic year:

  • 1 semester space (either one student during 1st semester or one student during 2nd semester)
  • NUR SEMESTERAUFENTHALT MÖGLICH; KEIN JAHRESAUFENTHALT

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Official Webpage Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
Profile of partner institution Focus on Physics, Mathematics and Engineering Sciences; Biological, Chemical and Health Sciences; Social Sciences and Humanities and Arts (More Information)
Fields of study

Undergraduate and graduate level; with restrictions on medicine/veterinary medicine:

There are some restrictions on limit of space and special requirements of some schools, please carefully check these!

Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements

Spanish B2

Academic requirements

For posgrado level:

  • Must be a Master's student enrolled in a graduate program

For undergraduate level:

  • Students must have already completed two years of study and half of total credits obtained.
  • Have a general minimum average of 8.0 out of 10 (or its equivalent).
  • Some faculties have additional requirements. Please consult them!
Courses

Most of the courses are taught in Spanish.

Oferta Educativa - UNAM     

Semester dates

1st semester: January - June 

2nd semester: August - December 

Visa Information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

Movilidad del Posgrado

Estancia semestral de licenciatura

 

UNAM Dirección General de Cooperación e Internacionalización

 

Number of students for exchange

approx. 4 / semester

Short description of the institution La Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León es una institución de educación superior con 87 años de historia, considerada como la tercera universidad pública más grande de México y que cuenta con la mayor oferta educativa del noreste del país.
Official Webpage Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Science, Engineering and Economics (More information)
Fields of study All open to exchange
Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements Sufficient knowledge of the Spanish language (minimum B2), most of the courses at UANL are taught in Spanish. 
Academic requirements

GPA minimun of 1.7 on a 4.0 scale

Two completed years of study

For applicants to FACULTAD DE INGENIERÍA MECÁNICA Y ELÉCTRICA (FIME), undergraduate level: minimun of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale, should have covered 50% of the students career before applying

Courses

Courses

FIME Undergraduate modules 

Semester dates

1st semester: January – June 

2nd semester: August - December 

Visa Information Auswärtiges Amt 
Information for exchange students

Information for exchange students to UANL

Number of students for exchange approx. 5 / semester

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Short description of the institution

TPU is a national research university which places special emphasis on advanced engineering education, creation of resource-efficient technologies, internationalization, and integration of research and academic activities.

Offical Webpage  Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Science, Engineering and Economics
Fields of study All fields are open to exchange except Nuclear Engineering.
Participating campuses All open to exchange
Language requirements Applicants need a proof of fluent English language (minimum B1, DAAD language certificate or TOEFL equivalent) and a sufficient knowledge of Russian is recommended.
Courses Courses are taught in Russian and English. (Course Catalogue)
Semester dates

1st semester: September – February

2nd semester: February – June 

Visa Information Auswärtiges Amt
Information for exchange students

Academic Exchange Program

Number of students for exchange approx. 3 / semester

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Short description of the institution One of Russia’s leading and most innovative higher education institutions, ITMO University offers international exchange students a wide range of educational tracks in a variety of cutting-edge scientific fields such as economics and innovations, IT and programming, control systems and robotics, as well as environmental studies, all taught by leading researchers and industry specialists. Gain a new international experience, expand your knowledge and skills, and explore St. Petersburg and the rest of Russia during an exciting and action-packed exchange semester at ITMO! Show me more
Official webpage 

ITMO University

Profile of partner institution

IT, Information Security & Data Science
Robotics & Mechatronics
Photonics & Optics
Physics & Smart Materials 
Art & Science and Lighting Design
Ecology & Biotechnology

Fields of study

All fields of study, undergraduate and graduate level.
Check course information below

Language requirements •    English B2 level or TOEFL equivalent
•    Russian B1 level (only if the students would like to attend courses taught in Russian) 
Academic requirements To have good academic standing (average grades not lower than “Good” and “Excellent”)
Other requirements  two completed years of university work prior to participation in the exchange
Courses The tentative list of availbale courses is available here.
Semester dates

1st semester: 1. September 2020 – 31. January 2021

2nd semester:1. February 2021 – 30. June 2021

Visa Information

Auswärtiges Amt

Exchange semester at ITMO University

Information for exchange students

Exchange semester at ITMO University

Number of students for exchange

approx. 3 / semester

Available courses for exchange students are found on NUS’ main campus at Kent Ridge

Short description of the institution The National University of Singapore aspires to be a vital community of academics, researchers, staff, students and alumni working together in a spirit of innovation and enterprise for a better world. Our singular focus on talent will be the cornerstone of a truly great university that is dedicated to quality education, influential research and visionary enterprise, in service of country and society.
Official Webpage  Link 
Profile of partner institution Focus on Science, Engineering and Informatics
Fields of study

Suitable for students in their second and third year of undergraduate studies.

 

Generally, students participating in the Exchange Programme in NUS may read selected undergraduate modules from the following faculties/schools subject to pre-requisites and availability:

  • Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Science
  • School of Computing
  • School of Design & Environment 

 

Please note that competition for Computing and Economics modules at NUS remain high. Students are highly encouraged to be flexible in their module selection at NUS and to have back-ups.

 

Business and Law modules are not available. Therefore, students in Industrial Engineering and Management should prepare to focus on courses in Engineering.

Language requirements

English is the main language of instruction in NUS.

Applicants need a DAAD language certificate or TOEFL certificate for their application at IStO.

Academic requirements

Be a student of good standing at the home university with:

  • a minimum ‘B’ average grade or 70% average marks or ranking in the top one-third of the class;
  • no single grade below ‘C’

Additionally, each module entail it's own pre-requisites. Students are advised to find out more about each module to see if they fulfil the pre-requisites before applying. 

Other requirements 

Have successfully completed at least:

  • one semester of study at the home university upon application for the Exchange Programme
  • two semesters of study upon admission to the host university
Courses

Courses of level 2000 and 3000 (equivalent to 2- or 3-year undergraduate) are normally open for Exchange students.

Majority of the Level 4000 modules are reserved for graduating NUS students and have limited supply.

Level 5000 modules and above: These are graduate modules and are not offered to undergraduate students. (Those found in the module list are reserved for students coming under specific graduate exchange agreements.)

Students can refer to this list (updated yearly) of modules available for exchange students.

There are module restrictions to modules available for exchange students.

Module descriptions and time tables (updated in July or August)

Modules from the Department of Economics are extremely popular and cannot be guaranteed. Students should be choosing Levels 1000 to 3000 modules (available to Undergraduate applicants only).

Modules from Computing and Economics are very popular so students are encouraged to be as flexible as they can when it comes to module choice.

Business modules are not available.

 

Semester dates

1st semester: August - December 

2nd semester: January – May 

Visa Information

Auswärtiges Amt

Application Guide

Information for exchange students

Information Sheet

Study Abroad and Exchange Guide

Our website with information for exchange students

Accommodation: On campus housing / Off campus housing

Any other link or information for students interested in an exchange at NUS

Academic calendar


See you in NUS slides

Welcome to NUS brochure

Videos:

Number of students for exchange

For 2022/23 academic year:

  • 1 semester space (either one student during 1st semester or one student during 2nd semester)
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Short description of the institution KAIST is the first and top science and technology university in Korea. KAIST has been the gateway to advanced science and technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship, and our graduates have been key players behind Korea’ innovations.
Official webpage 

Link

Profile of partner institution

Focus on Science, Engineering and Economics

Fields of study

Civil and Environmental Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computing, Electrical Engineering, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, Bio and Brain Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, School of Business and Technology Management, Chemistry, Industrial Design

Participating campuses

The main campus, which is open to exchange students, is located in Daejeon and covers most of the courses and departments at KAIST.

KAIST Seoul Campus (College of Business, Graduate School of Medical Science and Engineering / Department of Seoul campus) is not open for exchange students.

Language requirements Applicants need a TOEFL iBT 80 or equivalent DAAD B2 language certificate.  (More information)
Academic requirements

GPA (Grade Point Average) of 3.0 or better (on a 4.3 point scale) or equivalent 

Minimum 1 year of full-time study for Undergraduate students and minimum 1 semester of full-time study for Graduate Students.

Courses Courses are taught in Korean and English. If there is at least one foreigner in the courses, the professor may teach in English. On the university's homepage applicants can find courses taught in English. Online course catalogue
Semester dates

1st semester: September - December (Fall Semester)

2nd semester: March – June (Spring Semester)

3rd semester: July – August (Summer Semester)

Visa Information

Auswärtiges Amt

Information for exchange students

International Students Office

Student Handbook International Students

Number of students for exchange
approx. 5 / semester
Short description of the institution Founded in 1946 by the merger of ten higher education institutions, Seoul National University enjoys a prestige unlike any other Korean university. Sixteen colleges of the university offer 83 undergraduate degree programs, while for master’s and doctoral programs there is a graduate school with 99 programs across five fields of studies.
Official webpage 

Link (English)

Profile of partner institution

Link  

Fields of study

The disciplines of Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Nursing, Music, Fine Arts, and MBA have restrictions when it comes to accepting exchange students.

  • Please note: due to a high number of applications, students who apply to SNU College Business Administration (CBA) might get rejected during the internal screening procedure of SNU. Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) applicants might get rejected due to lack of course capacity. 
  • Undergraduate applicants for Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering must have earned at least 15 credits in CSE-related courses (one credit corresponds to 15 lecture hours or 30 lab hours). This must be explicitly shown on the official transcript; if not, additional proof must be presented by the student.
  • Students in Industrial Engineering at KIT are therefore highly recommended to focus on courses in Engineering.

  • Other restrictions

Participating campuses Exchange students are invited to study at Gwanak (main) campus.
Language requirements TOEFL ibt 88 or above or equivalent level on DAAD certificate
Academic requirements

Applicants for Graduate level must fulfill the following requirement:

If they wish to start their study at SNU in fall semester 2022, they must be enrolled in at least second semester of their home university Master Program in March 2022 (= have a full transcript of at least one Master semester before application deadline at SNU).

If they wish to start their study at SNU in spring semester 2023, they must be enrolled in at least second semester of their home university Master Program in September 2022 (= have a full transcript of at least one Master semester before application deadline at SNU).

We cannot thus accept graduate students who are enrolled in the first semester of the Master’s program at their SNU application stage (March 2022 for fall semester 2022, September 2022 for spring semester 2023).

Applicants need a minimum GPA (Grade Point Average) of:

  • undergraduate applicants: 2.5 on a 4.0 point scale (equivalent to 2.7/4.3) or percentile rank of 83%
  • graduate applicants: 3.0 on a 4.0 point scale (graduate applicants); equivalent to 3.3/4.3 or percentile rank of 89%
Courses All course information can be found here.
Semester dates

1st semester: September – December

2nd semester: March – June 

Visa Information

Please note that each student should directly contact the Korean embassy for visa application. Students can get general info on visa at this website

Auswärtiges Amt: Visa information

Information for exchange students

Inbound Programs

Number of students for exchange
approx. 2 / semester
     
Short description of the institution

National Taiwan University is the prestigious flagship university of Taiwan. NTU has 11 colleges, 54 departments,107 graduate institutes, and eight master's and PhD programs, which range from the natural sciences to the humanities, society, and the arts. It offers more than 7,800 courses each semester, placing it tops in the nation in terms of both breadth of academic fields and volume of programs. Students who study at NTU become a part of the nation’s richest center of learning and are given the opportunity to receive a diverse, superlative education.

Official Webpage  Link
Profile of partner institution Focus on Liberal Arts, Science, Social Sciences, Medicine, Engineering, Bio-Resources & Agriculture, Management, Public Health, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Law and Life Science.
Fields of study

NTU has 11 colleges which houses 56 departments and 112 graduate institutes, more than any other universities in Taiwan (more information )

The Department of Economics is under the College of Social Sciences at NTU. Courses related to economics can also be found in other departments (e.g. College of Management).
GMBA required courses /core courses are only open to GMBA degree students, whereas most GMBA elective courses are open to exchange students with the authorization codes given by course instructors. 
All EMBA and EIMBA courses are not open to exchange or visiting students.

Please check the restricted fields of study.

Participating campuses NTU main campus locates in the middle of Taipei city. Most exchange students take courses here. Taipei is rich in leisure and recreation, cultural arts, heritage sites, and other attractions, it enjoys a superb geographical position and traffic environment. Upmarket shopping malls, multistory electronics centers and modern-traditional fusion dining are all connected by an MRT system regularly voted the best in the world. Taipei is convenience defined, with more 7-Elevens per capita than any place on Earth.
Language requirements

Courses at NTU are mainly taught in English or Chinese.

Students should have B1 level certificate (according to the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference); or TOEFL equivalent) for English or Chinese.

Academic requirements

Applicants need a minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0-point scale.

One completed year of study prior to participation in the exchange

Other requirements NTU requires applicants to be non-PRC nationals.
Courses

NTU Course Information

Semester dates

1st semester: September – January

2nd semester: February – June 

Visa Information

Auswärtiges Amt 

Information for exchange students

Exchange Student Program

About NTU (Video) 

Number of students for exchange approx. 5 / semester

Short description of the institution

NTHU is generally considered to be one of the best universities in Taiwan. In 2012, ranking of world universities by Times Higher Education put National Tsing Hua University on the rank of 226-250 in the world. 2017 also saw QS World University Rankings put National Tsing Hua University 151th overall.

Official Webpage

 

Link 

Profile of partner institution Focus on Sciences, Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Technology Management Education & Arts
Fields of study All fields are open to exchange except EMBA program.
Participating campuses Located in HsinChu City
Language requirements B2 level of English proficiency (or TOEFL equivalent)
Academic requirements 

Two completed years of study prior to participation in the exchange

GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 point scale

Courses Courses offered in English
Semester dates

1st semester: September – January

2nd semester: February – June 

Information for exchange students

Exchange program

Number of students for exchange approx. 2 / semester

Short description of the institution Located on a scenic campus in the center of the United States, the University of Kansas (KU) is a comprehensive research and teaching university with nearly 200 undergraduate majors. The university earns excellent ratings in the top college guides. For more than a decade, the Fiske Guide to Colleges has awarded KU four‐star ratings in all categories – academics, quality of living, and social life. KU is famous for the natural beauty of its campus, the high quality of its academic programs, reasonable cost, and diverse cultural and recreational opportunities.
Profile of partner institution Focus on Business, Humanities, Science, Engineering and Economics
Fields of study all open to exchange, Exchange students typically take courses in the following fields: Applied English Center; Architecture, Design & Planning; Arts (Visual Art, Film, Theatre and Dance); Business; Engineering; Journalism & Mass Communications; Liberal Arts (Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences)
Participating campuses Lawrence, Kansas – Lawrence campus only
Language requirements All incoming international students must check-in with the Applied English Center (AEC) during orientation prior to enrollment and all non‐native speakers of English will take an English proficiency exam unless they qualify for a waiver. The results of the exam will determine whether students will be required to take English courses through the AEC, and how many regular university courses in which they will be allowed to enroll. Students with international TOEFL or IELTS scores that are less than two years old at the time of orientation and meet the minimum requirements listed below, may qualify for a waiver from the English proficiency exam. Native English speakers are given a waiver from the AEC allowing them to enroll in regular KU courses. Scores requirements for waiver: Paper‐based TOEFL  (Section scores of 57 or higher and 4.5 or higher on the Test of Written English (TWE)); Computer‐based TOEFL (Section scores of 23 or higher and 4.5 or higher on the TWE); Internet‐based TOEFL (Section scores of 23 or higher); IELTS (Section scores of 6 or higher overall and an overall band score of 6.5 of higher) (More information)
Courses Undergraduate students are required to receive 12-15 credits per semester. Graduate students are required to take 9-12 credits per semester. (Online Course cataloguemore information)
Semester dates: January - May (Spring Semester); May – August (Summer Semester); August - December (Fall Semester). Exchange students are only accepted for the fall or spring semesters or the academic year (August – May).
Visa informationInformation for foreign students and for exchange students
Additional information for exchange students Application Instructions and Fact Sheet
Orientation Information
Number of students for exchange approx. 2/year
Profile of partner institution Focus on Humanities, Science, Engineering and Economics
Fields of study Engineering and other open fields of study
Participating campuses all open to exchange
Language requirements Applicants need a TOEFL iBT 80 certificate.
Courses Schedule of Classes offered per semester. UGA bulletin for course descriptions/Syllabus/Prerequisites; Courses in Business, International Affairs, Journalism, Law, Pharmacy, and Veterinary. Medicine classes may be restricted and/or limited.
Semester dates August - December (Fall Semester), January - May (Spring Semester), May - June (Summer Semester)
Visa information
Information for foreign studentsWebsiteGoAbroad
Scholar Handbook
Number of students for exchange approx. 1-10/year

 

Short description of the institution Purdue University is committed to student success, changing how classes are taught with greater focus on faculty-student interaction and creative uses of technology.
Profile of partner institution Focus on Humanities, Science, Engineering and Economics, not all fields are open for exchange
Fields of study: This exchange program is open to students in most fields. There are some fields that are not open to exchange students: aviation technology, education/pedagogy, some health sciences specialties, pharmacy and veterinary medicine. Students with no chance to apply for the GEARE program (Industrial Engineering) are preferred for the exchange program.
Participating campuses West Lafayette
Language requirements Applicants need a minimum TOEFL iBT 79 or IELTS minimum score as required by the university.
CoursesOnline Registration
Semester dates: August - December (Fall Semester), January - May (Spring Semester)
Visa information
Information for foreign students
Additional information for exchange students
Number of students for exchange: approx. 1/year
Fields of study Exchange Program with "Graduate Teaching Assistantship" (GTA) for students in Germanistik
Participating campuses Knoxville
Information of Exchange program
Information for foreign students
Number of students for exchange approx. 1/year

Baden-Württemberg-Programme

Zur Förderung der internationalen Zusammenarbeit wurden über das Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg Kooperationsvereinbarungen mit den staatlichen Hochschulsystemen der US-Bundesstaaten California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, North Carolina und Oregon abgeschlossen.

In Kanada gibt es ein Landesprogramm mit der Provinz Ontario.

Das KIT ist Teil des Baden-Württembergischen Universitätskonsortiums und nimmt an diesen Kooperationen teil. Damit wird KIT-Studierenden ein Aufenthalt an einer der im Verbund teilnehmenden Partnerhochschulen bzw. -campus im Ausland ermöglicht, ohne dass Studiengebühren gezahlt werden müssen.

Eine Besonderheit der Landesprogramme besteht darin, dass eine Abstimmung der Platzierung der Baden-Württembergischen Studierenden erfolgt, so dass die Plätze unter den Baden-Württembergischen Kandidaten bestmöglich verteilt werden können. Besonders wichtig ist daher, dass Sie Flexibilität mitbringen, was die Platzierung sowie die Kurse und die Studienniveau-Einstufung angeht. Ein Landesprogramm eignet sich daher nicht für Kandidaten, die nur an eine Universität bzw. einen Campus innerhalb des Systems (wie z.B. Chapel Hill oder Yale) möchten und alle anderen Universitäten bzw. Campus ausschließen.

 

  Kanada  USA

 

Kanada Kanada

Ontario (OBW)
Allgemeine Informationen

Ca. 5 Studienplätze (BA, MA alle Fachrichtungen) an 14 Universitäten in Ontario. Davon ca. 1 Graduate-Platz für (fortgeschrittene) Studierende im Master. Teilnehmer verbringen in der Regel zwei Semester in Kanada (September bis April), Semesteraufenthalte sind nur in besonderen Ausnahmefällen möglich.

Weitere Informationen zum Programm

Sprachkenntnisse Beachten Sie die Minimal-TOEFL Scores der einzelnen Standorte (Link s.u.).
Wichtiger Hinweis für Wirtschaftsingenieure:

Platzierungen von Masterstudierenden in Business sehr schwierig, Platzierungen in Engineering sind leichter.

Bewerbungsablauf Die besten Bewerber werden u.U. im Nov/Dez zu Auswahlgesprächen eingeladen.

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California State University (CSU)
Allgemeine Informationen  
Hinweise
  • Undergraduate-Austausch
  • Generell gilt: Aufgrund der Restriktivität der Business Schools sind Platzierungen in Business sehr schwierig, wohingegen Platzierungen in Engineering leichter sind.
  • Campus Selection Guidelines.
Austauschplätze pro Jahr: ca. 2. Nur Jahresaufenthalte.
Connecticut (CT)
Allgemeine Informationen

Informationen zum Programm. Bitte die "Hinweise zu einzelnen Universitäten" weiter unten beachten!

Business: Aufgrund der Restriktivität der Business Schools sind Platzierungen in Business am schwierigsten, wohingegen Platzierungen in Economics oder Engineering leichter sind. Keine Plätze mehr im Bereich Business an der UConn. Auch an den anderen Unis sind Business-Platzierungen zunehmend schwierig.

Fine Arts and Statistics courses are available on a limited basis.

Nursing, Pharmacy, Law, Social Work, Medicine and Education courses are not available.

Hinweise zu einzelnen Universitäten:
  • UConn:  Die meisten Plätze im Landesprogramm gibt es an der UCONN. Austauschstudierende belegen Kurse am Campus Storrs. Keine offizielle Zulassung mit Graduate Student Status, Besuch von Graduate Kursen ist aber möglich. Wichtige Ausnahme: Graduate studies im Bereich Management sind ausgeschlossen, da diese am Hartford-Campus stattfinden. Plätze im Bereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften sind begrenzt. Education i.d.R. nicht möglich. Applicants must have the minimum equivalent of a 3.0 on a 4.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) scale.
  • Wesleyan University: nur Graduate Studierende (advanced Bachelor or Master students) in den Naturwissenschaften, z.B. Physik, Mathe und Computer Science. Möglichst nur Jahresaufenthalte. 1 Teaching Assistantship-Stelle für Deutsch ( 600 USD/Semester; Jahresaufenthalt!)
  • Trinity College: möglichst nur Jahresaufenthalte
  • Connecticut College: möglichst nur Jahresaufenthalte. Teaching Assistantship-Stelle (4000 UDS/Semester)
  • Southern: Nursing und Education nicht möglich, Communication schwierig
  • Yale University: sehr wenige Plätze, derzeit freuen wir uns auf Yalees, die ans KIT kommen, um wieder Plätze für KIT-Studierende zu generieren
Austauschplätze pro Jahr: ca. 2 Jahresplätze oder 4-5 Semesterplätze. Jahresaufenthalte werden bei gleicher Qualifikation bevorzugt, Semesterbewerbungen möglich.
University of Massachusetts System (UMASS)
 

Informationen zum incoming exchange Programm

Informationen zum graduate exchange Programm

Bewerbungsvoraussetzung:​ TOEFL mind. 100 Pkt.
Hinweise zu einzelnen Universitäten:
  • UMass bietet vorrangig Austauschplätze auf Masterebene, siehe fact sheet
  • Amherst: Enrollment at the Graduate level only, which may include highly qualified and advanced Bachelor students.
  • Boston: nur undergraduate, wenig Plätze.
  • Dartmouth & Lowell: nur begrenzt Plätze verfügbar
Allgemeine Informationen Vorsicht: Die Management- & Economics-departments in Massachusetts sind sehr restriktiv in der Aufnahme. Platzierungen in Engineering sind leichter.
Austauschplätze pro Jahr: ca. 3-6. Jahres- und Semesterbewerbungen möglich. Die besten Bewerber werden im November/Dezember zu Auswahlgesprächen eingeladen.
North Carolina (NC)
Speziell zu Chapel Hill:​ nimmt keine Master Kandidaten auf, auch ansonsten eingeschränkte Aufnahme.
Austauschplätze pro Jahr: ca. 2-3. Jahresaufenthalte werden bei gleicher Qualifikation bevorzugt, Semesterbewerbungen möglich.
Links: Informationen zum Landesprogramm, Offizielle Webseite, Kursangebot
Oregon
Allgemeine Informationen  
Bewerbungsvoraussetzung: TOEFL mind. 100 Pkt.
Hinweise
  • In erster Linie Plätze für Undergraduate Students, wenige Platzierungen für Graduate Students nur an OSU möglich
  • Grundsätzlich problematisch: Kurse aus Architektur, Town Planning, Psychologie, Graduate Business/Economics
Austauschplätze pro Jahr: ca. 2-3. Wintersemester (2 terms) oder Jahresaustausch (3 terms) möglich. Jahresaufenthalte werden bei gleicher Qualifikation bevorzugt, Semesterbewerbungen möglich.
Die besten Bewerber werden im Nov/Dez zu Auswahlgesprächen eingeladen
Allgemeine Informationen

Teilnehmer verbringen in der Regel zwei Semester in Kanada (September bis April), Semesteraufenthalte sind nur in besonderen Ausnahmefällen möglich.

Weitere Informationen zum Programm

Platzierungen von Masterstudierenden in Business sehr schwierig, Platzierungen in Engineering sind leichter.

Beachten Sie die Minimal-TOEFL Scores der einzelnen Standorte (Link s.o.).

Besonderheit im Bewerbungsverfahren Die besten Bewerber werden u.U. im Nov/Dez zu Auswahlgesprächen eingeladen.
Anzahl max. verfügbarer Austauschplätze

Ca. 5 Studienplätze (BA, MA alle Fachrichtungen) an 14 Universitäten in Ontario. Davon ca. 1 Graduate-Platz für (fortgeschrittene) Studierende im Master.

Achtung! Aktuell finden Gespräche und Abstimmungen bzgl. der Weiterführung dieses Programms statt. Die Ausschreibung am KIT erfolgt vorbehaltlich der Vertragslage und Weiterführung des Programms.

Allgemeine Informationen

Dieses Programm richtet sich an Bachelor-Studierende. Es handelt sich hier um ein Undergraduate-Programm.

Aufgrund der Restriktivität der Business Schools sind Platzierungen in Business sehr schwierig, wohingegen Platzierungen in Engineering leichter sind.

About the California State University/Baden-Württemberg Student Exchange Program

Campus Selection Guidelines

Anzahl max. verfügbarer Austauschplätze ca. 2. Nur Jahresaufenthalte.
Allgemeine Informationen

Informationen zum Programm

Business: Aufgrund der Restriktivität der Business Schools sind Platzierungen in Business am schwierigsten, wohingegen Platzierungen in Economics oder Engineering leichter sind. Keine Plätze mehr im Bereich Business an der UConn. Auch an den anderen Unis sind Business-Platzierungen zunehmend schwierig.

Fine Arts and Statistics courses are available on a limited basis.

Nursing, Pharmacy, Law, Social Work, Medicine and Education courses are not available.

Hinweise zu einzelnen Universitäten

UConn Die meisten Plätze im Landesprogramm gibt es an der UCONN. Austauschstudierende belegen Kurse am Campus Storrs. Keine offizielle Zulassung mit Graduate Student Status, Besuch von Graduate Kursen ist aber möglich. Wichtige Ausnahme: Graduate studies im Bereich Management sind ausgeschlossen, da diese am Hartford-Campus stattfinden. Plätze im Bereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften sind begrenzt. Education i.d.R. nicht möglich. Applicants must have the minimum equivalent of a 3.0 on a 4.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) scale.

Wesleyan University: nur Graduate Studierende (advanced Bachelor or Master students) in den Naturwissenschaften, z.B. Physik, Mathe und Computer Science. Möglichst nur Jahresaufenthalte. 1 Teaching Assistantship-Stelle für Deutsch ( 600 USD/Semester; Jahresaufenthalt!)

Trinity College: möglichst nur Jahresaufenthalte

Connecticut College: möglichst nur Jahresaufenthalte. Teaching Assistantship-Stelle (4000 UDS/Semester)

Southern: Nursing und Education nicht möglich, Communication schwierig

Yale University: sehr wenige Plätze, derzeit freuen wir uns auf Yalees, die ans KIT kommen, um wieder Plätze für KIT-Studierende zu generieren

Anzahl max. verfügbarer Austauschplätze ca. 2 Jahresplätze oder 4-5 Semesterplätze. Jahresaufenthalte werden bei gleicher Qualifikation bevorzugt, Semesterbewerbungen möglich.
Allgemeine Informationen

UMass bietet vorrangig Austauschplätze auf Masterebene, siehe fact sheet

Vorsicht: Die Management- & Economics-departments in Massachusetts sind sehr restriktiv in der Aufnahme. Platzierungen in Engineering sind leichter.

Informationen zum incoming exchange Programm

Informationen zum graduate exchange Programm

Bewerbungsvoraussetzung:​ TOEFL mind. 100 Pkt.
Hinweise zu einzelnen Universitäten

Amherst: Enrollment at the Graduate level only, which may include highly qualified and advanced Bachelor students.

Boston: nur undergraduate, wenig Plätze.

Dartmouth & Lowell: nur begrenzt Plätze verfügbar

Besonderheit im Bewerbungsverfahren Die besten Bewerber werden im November/Dezember zu Auswahlgesprächen eingeladen.
Anzahl max. verfügbarer Austauschplätze

ca. 3-6. Jahres- und Semesterbewerbungen möglich.

Achtung! Aktuell finden Gespräche und Abstimmungen bzgl. der Weiterführung dieses Programms statt. Die Ausschreibung am KIT erfolgt vorbehaltlich der Vertragslage und Weiterführung des Programms.

Allgemeine Informationen

Website des Landesprogramms North Carolina bereitgestellt von der Koordinierungs­stelle des Landesprogramms auf Baden-Württembergischer Seite

Website des Landesprogramms North Carolina bereitgestellt von der Koordinierungs­stelle des Landesprogramms auf North Carolina Seite

Hinweise zu einzelnen Universitäten Chapel Hill nimmt keine Master Kandidaten auf, auch ansonsten sehr eingeschränkte Aufnahme.
Anzahl max. verfügbarer Austauschplätze ca. 2-3. Jahresaufenthalte werden bei gleicher Qualifikation bevorzugt, Semesterbewerbungen möglich.
Allgemeine Informationen

In erster Linie bietet dieses Programm Plätze für Undergraduate Students, wenige Platzierungen für Graduate Students nur an OSU möglich

Grundsätzlich problematisch: Kurse aus Architektur, Town Planning, Psychologie, Graduate Business/Economics

Oregon Landesprogramm

Bewerbungsvoraussetzung: TOEFL mind. 100 Pkt.
Besonderheit im Bewerbungsverfahren Die besten Bewerber werden u.U. im Nov/Dez zu Auswahlgesprächen eingeladen
Anzahl max. verfügbarer Austauschplätze ca. 2-3. Wintersemester (2 terms) oder Jahresaustausch (3 terms) möglich. Jahresaufenthalte werden bei gleicher Qualifikation bevorzugt, Semesterbewerbungen möglich.