Students interested in studying abroad have many options in Reutlingen. Bilateral agreements with universities in Africa and Asia, North and South America, Australia and New Zealand as well as Russia and the Middle East make it possible. You can find the exchange opportunities for your degree programme on the pages of your faculty and in our database.
There are various financing options available to you for a stay abroad. In addition to the general scholarships, it is also possible to receive a special scholarship abroad. For detailed information on the call for applications, application and rates, please refer to the intranet.
The higher education programme ERASMUS +, a great success story of the European Union, has been promoting cross-border mobility of students, lecturers and university staff in Europe since 1987.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) as the national agency offers a variety of scholarship programmes for students and academics. Here you can find information on the PROMOS programme.
HAW.International promotes study stays abroad, theses abroad, interships abroad or participating in a congress or fair abroad.
With the Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM, the Baden-Württemberg Foundation aims to promote the international exchange of highly qualified German and foreign students.
Anyone who would like to study at a US university as a graduate student for four to nine months in the academic year 2022-2023 can apply now for a study scholarship from the Fulbright Commission.
Students with appropriate qualifications have the opportunity to receive the Go-Out Lions Scholarship or the Reutlingen Mobility Scholarship.
Funding for a study period abroad with the help of Auslands-BAföG is guaranteed up to the duration of one year.
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I often heard from other exchange students that Flint is not the best place for an exchange semester. They complained there was not much to do in Flint and that the Campus Village where all exchange students stayed was always deserted. Reflecting on my stay in Flint at Kettering I could not disagree more!
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