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Study Abroad

Do you want to broaden your horizon and gain more academic knowledge? How about studying abroad for a semester? The Faculty of Arts has more than 200 partner universities in the EU and further afield where you can study as a part of your degree programme. You will not only improve your intercultural skills, but also get new perspectives on the (foreign) labor market!

The third year is generally speaking the most suitable year to go abroad. You could, for example, follow your minor abroad during the first semester of your third year. An internship abroad is in general a better option if you would like to go abroad during your master.        

Want to know more?
Get in touch with the exchange coordinators of the Office for Student Affairs, Faculty of Arts on - tel. 050-3636050 - Desk from 1-4 p.m every working day, 1st Floor Harmony Building -

What exchange students say about their semester abroad:

Student about Geneseo, New York: ‘The people in Geneseo are so friendly and helpful, the countryside is beautiful, and there are a lot of opportunities to travel. Don’t be afraid to speak another language all the time. You get used to it so quickly that you don’t even think about it anymore after a while. My biggest advice is to enjoy yourself and be open to meet new people and have a wonderful time!

Student about Bratislava, Slovakia: 'After meeting more with locals, I began to notice how the past of Slovakia still affects its present structures and its current development. In the end that really was the experience which broadened my horizon.'

Student about Puebla, Mexico: 'Since the Mexican culture is very outgoing and welcoming both teachers and students received me very well. The students were very curious about the exchange students and immediately started talking to us. They were very patient with our Spanish and helped a lot to learn to speak the language properly.'

Last modified:03 January 2019 4.07 p.m.