Erasmus+ Partner Universities in Germany This page shows our Erasmus partner universities in Germany. University of Bonn We are one of eleven German Universities of Excellence, the only university with six Clusters of Excellence and more Nobel Prize winners and Fields Medalists have emerged from our University in the past decades than from any other German university. For 200 years, our University has been shaped by outstanding personalities from a wide range of subjects. We are known for research-led study programs, the international flair of Bonn as German's city of the United Nations and as part of a dynamic science region in the heart of the liveable Rhineland. With around 35,000 students, 6,000 doctoral candidates, 550 professors and 6,000 employees, we are one of the largest traditional research universities in Germany. European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) Viadrina is an innovative and international university with around 25% international students from over 90 countries (average at German Universities is 12%). The setting of the Viadrina on the German‐Polish border with access to the capital Berlin makes it highly attractive for international students. Students can live and study in two countries ‐ our campus in Poland is only a 10 minutes’ walk from our German campus. We guarantee housing in our student dorms, which are situated on both sides of the Oder river while being very affordable (approx. 100‐300€ per month). A student semester ticket allows to travel freely in Berlin and the federal state of Brandenburg and to enjoy the assets of Germany’s capital, which is only a 1h commute by train. Leibniz University Hannover This university is the second largest higher education institution in Lower Saxony. Around 29 000 students are enrolled at Leibniz University Hannover. Students can choose from more than 90 disciplines. The range of subjects reaches from science and engineering, to arts, humanities, and social sciences and to the fields of law and economics. This wide choice allows plenty of individual combinations. The university also offers subjects that are only available at a few other German universities, such as International Horticulture and Earth Sciences or master programmes in Water Resources and Environmental Management as well as European Law. We strongly support our incoming students providing them with various services (e.g. welcome reception, orientation days, accommodation). University of Kassel The University of Kassel is a young, modern and vibrant university, characterized by its openness to new ideas in every single area of its work. Receptivity, initiative, transdisciplinary thinking and unconventionality are traits we cherish and welcome in studies, research and teaching, but also in knowledge transfer and entrepreneurial ventures, to which the university provides special support. We aspire to develop, validate and implement ideas – even if they are not yet in the mainstream. Technical University Munich (TUM) The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of Europe’s top universities. It is committed to excellence in research and teaching, interdisciplinary education and the active promotion of promising young scientists. The university also forges strong links with companies and scientific institutions across the world. TUM was one of the first universities in Germany to be named a University of Excellence. Moreover, TUM regularly ranks among the best European universities in international rankings. Trier University With its 13,000 students Trier University embraces contrast: young, yet true to tradition; internationally oriented and regionally rooted; on the geographic edge of Germany, but in the heart of Europe. The university’s award-winning green campus comes with gorgeous views onto the city and its surrounding nature. With its modern architecture and unique atmosphere it is said to be one of Germany's most beautiful campuses. As a member of the University of the Greater Region Trier University provides students and staff the opportunity to study and do research in Metz, Nancy, Luxemburg, Liège, Kaiserslautern and Saarbrücken at the same time. Humboldt-University Berlin Two hundred years ago, in 1810, Wilhelm von Humboldt's vision of a new type of university became reality. The newly founded Prussian alma mater was the first to introduce the unity of research and teaching, to uphold the ideal of research without restrictions and to provide a comprehensive education for its students. These principles of Wilhelm von Humboldt and a select group of contemporaries soon became general practice throughout the world. A new era of university and academic research had begun. BSc students are only allowed to take (German) BSc courses from Agrarwissenschaften and Gartenbauwissenschaften. However for Master students, there are more options for courses in English. Technical University Berlin (TUB) The Technical University Berlin (TUB) has a long and rich tradition and is recognized globally as an excellent research university. Our goal is to continue to develop science and technology for the benefit of our society. The members of the university are wholly committed to the principle of sustainable development which tackles contemporary challenges without further burdening future generations. For us, research and teaching are inseparably linked. Technical University Dresden (TUD) The Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) is one of the largest “Technische Universitäten” in Germany and one of the leading and most dynamic universities in Germany. As a full-curriculum university with 17 faculties in five schools it offers a broad variety of 124 disciplines and covers a wide research spectrum. University of Freiburg Already a comprehensive university at its founding in 1457, the University of Freiburg still offers undergraduate and graduate studies as well as professorial qualification in all important disciplines today: the humanities, natural and engineering sciences, medicine, law, and theology. This diversity also provides an ideal environment for innovative interdisciplinary studies. Kiel University Kiel University (CAU) was founded back in 1665. It is Schleswig-Holstein's oldest, largest and best-known university, with 27,000 students and around 3,700 members of staff. It is also the only fully-fledged university in the state. Seven Nobel prize winners have worked here. The CAU has been successfully taking part in the Excellence Initiative since 2006. University of Potsdam Since its founding in 1991, the University of Potsdam has excelled in research and teaching. We have expanded our academic profile and range of research, have offered targeted support to young academics, and developed our strategic partnerships in Germany and abroad. With collaborative research centers in mathematics and cognitive sciences and four research training groups, we have established ourselves as an internationally visible research university. University of Hohenheim The oldest University in Stuttgart: the University of Hohenheim is unique in its strong specialization. Founded in 1818 after devastating famines, the University of Hohenheim is not only engaged in intensive basic research but has traditionally also been committed to developing innovative solutions for some of society's pressing problems. To do so, the University of Hohenheim engages in a combination of scientific disciplines that is unique among German universities. University of Göttingen "In Publica Commoda - For the Good of All" reads the inscription on the Foundation Medal of Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. Established in the age of the Enlightenment (1737) and committed to its critical spirit, the "Georgia Augusta" was one of Europe's first universities to abandon the supremacy of theology and achieve equality for all faculties. Emphasis on basic research and orientation towards source criticism and experimentation proved to be decisive preconditions for the development of the modern humanities and natural sciences, a development strongly influenced by the Georgia Augusta. Goethe University Frankfurt Founded in 1914 with private funding and inspired by the legacy of the European Enlightenment, Goethe University stands out as a pioneering “citizens’ university” — and the history of the university is one of openness and public participation. The university is named after Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the Frankfurt-born polymath renowned for his exceptional contributions to literature, science, and philosophy.