1. Make a top 3 of universities you are interested in to go on study exchange. Fill this top 3 in in the application form.
Note: the amount of places available differs per university, per study field and per year. Usually more students apply for the same university, therefor we advise you to have two additional alternative choices. If you want to go on study exchange to a non EU university, you need to have a GPA of 7.0 or higher.
2. Select courses. You can use the opportunity to go abroad to follow optional courses in a different field of study or to get more specialized in your own field. Some universities offer minors or semester packages, but mostly you will have to select courses yourself and find out if you fulfill the requirements.
Look at the partner university page which courses will be available to exchange students in the semester you are applying for and make a list of the courses you are interested in. If the courses of your exchange semester have not been published by the host university yet, please look at the courses offered during the previous year.
Please make sure to check the language of instruction of your selected courses to see if they match with your language skills.
Schedules can change, courses may be full or cancelled and many students change their mind after arrival. Therefore, make sure the partner university you are interested in has enough courses on offer for you.
Here you can find an overview of courses that students have followed within their exchange programme. This is to give you an idea.