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Faculty Partner - Europe

The School of Business and Economics offers students numerous partner universities in various European countries within the Erasmus+ program, which meaningfully deepen and complement the study at the School of Business and Economics.

The Erasmus+ program of the European Union supports study-related stays abroad, study and internship (also in combination), within Europe, and students get the opportunity not only to study but also to live in a European country and to extend their social, professional, and cultural competences. They get to know the academic system of a foreign university and benefit from its teaching and learning methods.

Erasmus students are exempted from the additional tuition fees at the partner university and receive a mobility grant as well as comprehensive support and advice. Credits achieved abroad are recognized according to the Learning Agreement completed before the mobility.

Students interested in a study or internship abroad can browse through the profiles of our partner universities on the following websites. Please consider the specific requirements of the university as well as the agreed field of study, partner faculty, and course offerings. Further experience reports are available in the Mobility Online Portal or first hand from fellow students.

Students must provide a language certificate for the respective language of instruction (B2 according to CEFR). Furthermore, some partner universities have specific language requirements . DAAD language certificates can be obtained at the Language Center of the Philipps-Universität Marburg.

The application at the School of Business and Economics is done entirely digital via the online portal Mobility Online. The international student advisory service and ECTS coordinator of the School of Business and Economics are responsible for application requests, academic advice, and recognition of credits from abroad.

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