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Study abroad with Erasmus+

The Erasmus program is a funding program of the European Union and the largest mobility program at TU Dortmund University. It enables students to spend a period abroad at one of the partner universities  of the Department of Physics (an inter-institutional agreement is required between the universities).

Stays of up to two semesters can be funded. Participants will have their tuition fees at the host university waived and the credits earned abroad can be recognised at TU Dortmund University. Students can also receive a mobility grant.

The following video from the DAAD briefly summarizes the Erasmus exchange program.

Interested students can find comprehensive information about the Erasmus program on the wepages of the International Office and attend their events. The International Office is the point of contact for mobility grants and provides a checklist for stays abroad.

International Office

The Erasmus Coordination of the Department of Physics is responsible for the selection of applicants, nomination at the host university and supports students in the academic planning of their exchange.

If you have any questions, please contact the Erasmus Coordination of the Department by e-mail at erasmus.physiktu-dortmundde.