International cooperations Erasmus

Below you will find an alphabetical overview of our partner universities in the Erasmus area with detailed information about the university and the type of cooperation.

 

For more information on studying abroad at one of our Erasmus partner universities, click here.


If you have any questions about studying abroad, please do not hesitate to contact the International Office. Simply send an e-mail to outgoings@hs-bremerhaven.de.

Bulgaria

Trakia University

Contact Details

Name of the University

Trakia University

Erasmus-Code

BG STARA-Z01

Address

Trakia University
International Relations Office
Students Campus, Rectorat
Stara Zagora 6000

Website

http://www.uni-sz.bg/

Cooperation

Type of Cooperation                       

Erasmus+

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study

Environmental Sciences (Maritime Studies)

Academic Calender

Winterterm             

September - January      

Summerterm

February - June

Application

Application documents                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Application Form
Learning Agreement
Grade Sheet
Curriculum Vitae

Language skills required

Good knowledge of Bulgarian for courses taught in Bulgarian
Good knowledge of English for courses taught in English

Courses

The courses offered are listed on the website under the respective departments/programs. Before the beginning of the course, an introductory event for exchange students is offered.

Contact person for incoming-students

Reneta Mitsova: intern@uni-sz.bg

Further Information

Arrival                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

It is recommended to arrive at least two days before the beginning of the semester. The city of Stara Zagora is located about 250 km east of the capital Sofia. From Sofia there is a bus and train connection to Stara Zagora.

Accommodation

It is possible to stay in a student residence. If desired, this must already be stated in the application form.

Cost of living

About 550-600 Bulgarian Leva are needed per month (approx. 280-310€)

Language courses

Bulgarian language courses are offered for international students.

Denmark

Business Academy Southwest, Esbjerg

Contact Details

Name of the University        

Business Academy Southwest, Esbjerg (BASW)

Erasmus-Code

DK ESBJERG18

Address                                                   

Business Academy Southwest
Spangsbjerg Kirkevej 103
6700 Esbjerg

Website

https://www.easv.dk/en/

Cooperation

Type of                                                Kooperation                        

Erasmus+

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study                                                  

International Sales and Marketing, Information and Communication Technologies, Audio-Visual Techniques and Media Production

Academic Calender

Winterterm                              

End of January - End of June          

Summerterm          

End of August - End of December 

Application

Language skills required                                                                                                                                                     

All courses offered to exchange students are taught in English. The university does not require proof of language proficiency at the time of application, but does expect exchange students to have at least a B2 level of English.

Courses

You can find an overview of the course offer here.

Grading system                                      

12-A: For an outstanding performance, showing a high level in all required areas and having no or only minor weaknesses.

10-B: For a good performance, showing a high level in most of the required areas and having only minor weaknesses.

7-C: For a good performance, but with some weaknesses.

4-D: For adequate performance in some of the required areas, but with no major weaknesses.

2-E: For performance that meets only the minimum requirements.

0-Fx: For performance that does not meet the minimum requirements.

-3-F: For a performance that is unacceptable in all areas.

Contact person for incoming-students

Liselotte Kaus: lka@easv.dk

Further information

Accommodation                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

It is not possible to live directly on campus, but the university has several places for student residence, which makes it possible to exchange students. These are all fully furnished and offer access to a kitchen and bathroom. As there are only limited places available, this should be indicated in the application if you are interested in a dormitory place.

The average rent for a dormitory room is 325€ per month. In addition, a deposit must be paid.

The rooms are always rented for a period of six months, a shorter rental period is not possible for organisational reasons.

Language Courses

The university offers free Danish language courses for international students. They take place twice a week directly on campus. The courses are supported on site by the online platform Flexidansk.

Estonia

Tallinn University of Technology (Estonian Maritime Academy)

Contact Details

Name of the University

Tallinn University of Technology

(Estonian Maritime Academy)

Erasmus-Code

EE TALLINN 04

Address

Tallinn University of Technology
Ehitajate tee 5,
19086 Tallinn

Website

www.taltech.ee/en/

Cooperation

Type of Cooperation     

Erasmus+                                 

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study

Transport/Logistics

Academic Calender

Winterterm                        

End of August - Middle of January 

Summerterm

Middle of January - Middle of June

Application

Application documents                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

- Application form
- Learning Agreement
- Grade sheet
- English language certificate
- Copy of ID card/passport
- Curriculum vitae

Language skills required

English certificate at level B2 is required.

Courses

The course selection must correspond to 70% of the field of study that the student is taking at the respective home university.

No courses may be chosen which have already been passed at the home university.

An overview of the courses offered in the following semester can be found here.

Grading system

A (5) – “Outstanding” – The learning objectives were achieved in an outstanding way and with a deep knowledge. In addition, creativity and extensive knowledge of the required skills were applied.
B (4) – “Very good” – The learning objectives were achieved by the targeted and creative application of the learning at a very good level. Some skills had minor defects, but these were not significant or serious.
C (3) – “Good” – The learning objectives set were achieved at a good level, together with the application of what has been learned to typical situations. There was some inaccuracy and uncertainty as to the depth of knowledge and skills acquired.
D (2) – “Adequate” – The learning objectives set, together with the application of what has been learned to typical situations, have been achieved to a sufficient level. When applied to atypical situations, uncertainty and lack of knowledge became evident.
E (1) – “Bad” – The minimum acceptable performance of the main learning content has been achieved, together with a limited application of what has been learned to typical situations. When applied to atypical situations, a great deal of uncertainty and a lack of knowledge became evident.
F (0) – “Did not pass” – The services are below the set standard.

Contact person for incoming students

Kerti Sönmez: kerti.sonmez@taltech.ee

Further Information

Arrival                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

If you arrive by plane, Tallinn-Lennart Meri Airport is a good choice. From there it is possible to take the bus or taxi to get to the city centre of Tallinn.

From the city center (stop close to Kaubamaja and Viru Shopping Center) take trolleybus no. 3 (stop “Keemia”) or bus no. 36 (stop “Tehnikaülikool”) directly to TalTech.

Accommodation

Students have the opportunity to choose between the accommodation options ’on-campus' and ’off-campus'. The former are offered by the Academic Hostel. With the second option, there are several (private) landlords throughout the city. The rental prices depend on the location and size of the apartment and are about 250-450€ per month. In winter, additional costs in the amount of approx. 80-200€ per month to be due.

Cost of living

The cost of living in Estonia is roughly comparable to the average cost of living in Germany.

According to a survey, exchange students have about the following monthly expenses:

- Meals: 350€

- Accommodation: 330€

- Leisure:170€

Language courses

All Erasmus+ exchange students have the opportunity to complete a free Estonian language course (ESTILC) before the beginning of their stay.

Finland

Satakunta University of Applied Sciences

Contact Details

Name of the University

Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK)

Erasmus-Code

 SF PORI08

Address                                   

Satakunta University of Applied Sciences
Campus Pori
Satakunnankatu 23
28130 Pori

Campus Rauma
Satamakatu 26
26100 Rauma

Website

https://www.samk.fi/en/

Cooperation

Type of cooperation                                                                                        

Erasmus+                            

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study                            

Engineering and Engineering Trades, Information and Communication Technologies, Business Administration/Logistics, Travel, Tourism and Leisure

Academic Calender

Winterterm                              

End of August - Middle of December                  

Summerterm

Beginning of January - Middle of June

Application

Application documents

The application process runs via the SoleMOVE platform. The following application documents must be submitted on this form:

- Photo
- Current grade sheet
- Letter of motivation (background, expectations for the stay abroad)

Courses

You can find an overview of the course offer here. Please select ’Courses suitable for exchange students' there. The choice of course must be made primarily in your own field of study. Care should be taken to select only courses at one of the four locations of the university.

Contact person for incoming students                                           

Riitta Rissanen (Campus Pori, Faculties of Service Business and Technology): riitta.rissanen@samk.fi
Saija Arslan (Campus Rauma, Faculty of Logistics and Maritime Technology): saija.arslan@samk.fi

Further Information

Accommodation                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

The International Office assists in finding suitable accommodation, but this must generally be rented from private providers. Generally there are different offers regarding furnishing, location and size. In addition, the college offers a 'StudentSurvival Kit'. As part of this offer, students can do various things, such as. For example, they can borrow pillows and blankets for the duration of their stay instead of having to buy them themselves.

Language courses

Finnish language courses are offered at different levels for international students.

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences

Contact Details

Name of the University

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (XAMK)

Erasmus-Code

SF MIKKELI07

Address

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences
Campus Kotka
Pääskysentie 1
48220 Kotka

Campus Kouvola
Paraatikenttä 7
45100 Kouvola

Campus Mikkeli
Patteristonkatu 3
50100 Mikkeli

Website                                

https://www.xamk.fi/en/frontpage/

Cooperation

Type of Cooperation

Erasmus+                 

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study                                                                                      

Engineering and Engineering Trades, Transport Services (Logistics), Business and Aministration, Information and Communication, Travel, Tourism and Leisure

Academic Calender

Winterterm                        

End of August - Middle of December                                 

Summerterm

Middle of January - End of April

Application

Application documents

The application is made via the SoleMove platform. The following documents must be uploaded in PDF format:

- Sheet of grades
- Copy of identity card/passport
- Motivation letter

Language skills required

English level B2 or higher is required.

Courses

The course offers are posted on the overview pages of the different courses of study.

Grading system

5 (A) – Outstanding: Outstanding performance with only minor defects.
4 (B) – Very Good: Above-average performance with some minor defects.
3 (C) -Good: Generally solid work with a number of defects.
2 (D) – Satisfactory: average performance with significant deficiencies.
1 (E) – Adequate The performance meets the minimum requirements.
0 (FX) – Failed: More effort is required to pass the exam.
0 (F) – Failed: Much more effort is required.

Contact person for incoming students                   

Ulf Jensen-Munk (Campus Kotka und Kouvola): ulf.jensen-munk@xamk.fi
Ulla Vuorinen (Campus Mikkeli): ulla.vuorinen@xamk.fi                            

Further Information

Arrival                                                                                                                                         

Campus Kotka: The city of Kotka is located about 130 km from Helsinki, 270 km from St. Petersburg and 60 km from Kouvola. If you are arriving by plane, the destination airport in Helsinki is a good choice. From there, there are connections by bus to Kotka.

Campus Kouvola: The city of Kouvola is located about 140 km from Helsinki, 300 km from St. Petersburg and 60 km from Kotka. If you are arriving by plane, the destination airport in Helsinki is a good choice. From there, there are connections by train to Kouvola.

Campus Mikkeli: If you are arriving by plane, the destination airport in Helsinki is a good choice. From there there are connection possibilities (if possible. with a change) by bus and train to Mikkeli.

Accommodation

All students are responsible for finding accommodation themselves, as no accommodation is provided by the university. Local landlords of accommodation specifically for students are often a good point of contact. The rooms there are mostly furnished, other everyday items can be purchased in appropriate second-hand shops.

Cost of Living

The following costs should be budgeted approximately per month:

- Accommodation (dormitory): approx. 300-400€
- Lunch (in the canteen): 60€
- Self-cooked food: 100€
- Books and course materials: 40€
- Insurance: 90€

In addition, costs for clothing, travel and leisure activities should be budgeted for. Finnish students need a total of about 600-800€ per month.

Sprachkurse

International students have the opportunity to participate in Finnish language courses.

France

Ecole de Commerce Europeenne de Bordeaux

Contact Details

Name of the University

Ecole de Commerce Europeenne de Bordeaux (BBA INSEEC)

Erasmus-Code

F BORDEAU45

Address                                                         

Ecole de Commerce Europeenne de Bordeaux
26 rue Raze
33000 Bordeaux

Website                                

https://bba.inseec.com/

Cooperation

Type of Cooperation                               

Erasmus+                                                                  

End of validity

2021/2022        

Area of study

Business and Administration

Academic Calender

Winterterm                                                                  

September - December    

Summerterm

January/ February - May/ June (depending on the courses you choose)                  

Application

Application documents

Application form
Sheet of grades
Copy of identity card/passport
Letter of motivation
Proof of valid health insurance (e. g. B. European health insurance card)

Language skills required

When attending courses taught in English, language skills at level B2 or higher are recommended. For courses to be taken in French, knowledge of French at level B2 or higher is required.

Courses

Students can only choose courses from study areas for which a cooperation exists. It is possible to choose between courses in English or French.

Grading system                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

A numerical staff with a top score of 20 is used:

- 15-20 – Outstanding: Outstanding achievement, which is accompanied by a high level of understanding of the required knowledge and has no or only minor weaknesses.
- 14-13 – Very good: Very good performance, which is accompanied by a high understanding of most of the required knowledge and has only minor weaknesses.
- 13-12 – Good: Good performance, accompanied by a good understanding of the required knowledge, but also with minor weaknesses.
- 11 - Adequate: Sufficient performance, with some understanding of the required knowledge, but with major weaknesses.
- 10 - Pass: The performance only meets the minimum requirements.
- 9. 99-5 - Fail: Performance does not meet the minimum requirements set.
- 4. 99-0 - Failed: Performance was inadequate in all aspects.

Contact person for incoming students

Florence Carlot: fcarlot@inseec.com                        

Further Information

Accommodation                                       

The university does not have its own halls of residence where it can provide accommodation for exchange students. However, the International Office will help you find suitable accommodation and provide contacts to online platforms and landlords. For renting an apartment, it is required to have liability insurance.

Cost of living

In Bordeaux, the following monthly expenses can be expected:

- Accommodation: 300-600€ (depending on type of accommodation)
- Meals: 250-350€
- Transport: 30€
- Leisure: 200-300€

Language courses

Free French language courses are offered for international students.

Ecole de Commerce Europeenne de Lyon

Contact Details

Name of the University                                   

Ecole de Commerce Europeenne de Lyon (BBA INSEEC)

Erasmus-Code

F LYON71

Address                                                                        

Ecole de Commerce Europeenne de Lyon
25 rue de l'Université
69007 Lyon

Website                                

https://bba.inseec.com/

Cooperation

Type of cooperation                                                

Erasmus+                                                            

End of validity

2021/2022        

Area of study                                            

Business Studies

Academic Calender

Winterterm                                                                                                                    

September - December    

Summerterm

January/ February - May/ June (depending on the courses you choose)                  

Application

Application documents                                                                            

Application form
Sheet of grades
Copy of identity card/passport
Letter of motivation
Proof of valid health insurance (e. g. B. European health insurance card)

Language skills required

When attending courses taught in English, language skills at level B2 or higher are recommended. For courses to be taken in French, knowledge of French at level B2 or higher is required.

Courses

Students can only choose courses from areas of study for which there is a cooperation. It is possible to choose between courses in English or French.

Grading system                                      

A numerical staff with a top score of 20 is used:

- 15-20 – Outstanding: Outstanding achievement, which is accompanied by a high level of understanding of the required knowledge and has no or only minor weaknesses.
- 14-13 – Very good: Very good performance, which is accompanied by a high understanding of most of the required knowledge and has only minor weaknesses.
- 13-12 – Good: Good performance, accompanied by a good understanding of the required knowledge, but also with minor weaknesses.
- 11 – Sufficient: Sufficient performance which is accompanied by some understanding of the required knowledge, but which also has major weaknesses.
- 10 – passed: The service only meets the minimum requirements laid down.
- 9,99-5 – Failed: The service does not meet the minimum requirements.
- 4,99-0 – Failed: The performance was inadequate in all respects.

Contact person for incoming students

Wioleta Wegorowska: wwegorowska@inseec.com,
Melissa Houot: mhouot@inseec.com

Further Information

Accommodation

The university does not have its own halls of residence where it can provide accommodation for exchange students. However, the International Office will help you find suitable accommodation and provide contacts to online platforms and landlords. For renting an apartment, it is required to have liability insurance.

Cost of living                                       

In Lyon, you can expect the following monthly expenses:

- Accommodation: 500-900€ (depending on the type of accommodation)
- Food: 200-400€
- Transport: 60€
- Free time: 200-300€.

Language courses

Free French language courses are offered for international students.

Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon

Contact Details

Name of the University                                   

Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon (INSA Lyon)

Erasmus-Code

F LYON12

Address                                                           

Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon
20 avenue Albert Einstein
69621 Villeurbanne cedex

Website                                

https://www.insa-lyon.fr/en

Cooperation

Type of cooperation                   

Erasmus+                                                                         

End of validity                                              

2021/2022                                                                       

Area of study    

Engineering, Energy                                               

Academic Calender

Winterterm        

                                           Middle of September - Ende of January                                 

Summerterm

                                           Beginning of February - Middle of June

Application

Application documents                                 

After the nomination by the home university, the corresponding students will receive an overview of the required application documents. These must then be submitted via the MoveOn platform.

Language skills required

French language skills of at least level B1 are recommended.

Courses

An overview of the courses offered in English can be found here.

Grading system                                                                                                                                                                                    

A- Outstanding: Outstanding performance with only minor flaws.
B- Very Good: Above average performance with some minor flaws.
C- Good: Generally solid work with a certain number of flaws.
D- Satisfactory: Average performance with significant deficiencies.
E- Sufficient: The performance meets the minimum requirements. FX- Fail: More effort is required to pass the exam performance.
F- Failed: Significantly more effort is required.

Contact person for incoming     students            

Mathieu Giraud: welcome3@insa-lyon.fr                          

Further Information

Arrival                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

The city of Lyon has an airport (Saint-Exupéry), which has numerous connections to various European cities.


From there there is a regular train connection to the city centre of Lyon. Lyon is also connected to numerous European cities by a well-developed train network.

Accommodation

It is possible to live in one of the 11 halls of residence located on the university campus. The rooms there are furnished. The monthly rent is approximately 340 - 470€ depending on the type of room. The conclusion of a liability insurance before entering the tenancy is required. Students can also rent an apartment/room outside the campus through housing associations or private landlords.

Language courses

Students can participate in French language courses before the start of lectures within the framework of Summer or Winter Schools.

Université du Havre

Contact Details

Name of the University

Université du Havre

Erasmus-Code

F LE-HAVR11

Address

Université du Havre
25 rue Philippe Lebon
BP 1123
76063 Le Havre
Cedex

Website

https://www.univ-lehavre.fr/?lang=en

Cooperation

Type of cooperation                           

Erasmus+

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study

Business and Administration, Tourism, Engineering (Logistics)

Academic Calender

Winterterm                                         

Beginning of September - End of December/ Middle of January

Summerterm

Middle of January - End of May/ Middle of June

Application

Application documents                          

- Application form
- Motivation letter
- CV
- Copy of identity card/passport
- Learning Agreement
- Sheet of notes
- Proficiency in English and / or French (depending on the desired language of the course)

Language skills required

Language skills at level B2 or higher in the desired course language are required.

Courses                                              

The university offers various study programmes in English especially for exchange and international students. You can find an overview of these offers here.

Students can also attend regular courses of the various study programmes.

Grading system

A numerical grading system is used with a best mark of 20. A minimum grade of 10 is required to pass a course.

Contact person for incoming students

Aliona Balanel: aliona.balanel@univ-lehavre.fr

Further Information

Arrival                                                                                                                                                                                   

If you are arriving by plane, the Paris airports (Roissy Charles De Gaulle, Orly or Beauvais) are recommended. After driving into the city there are from Paris – St. Lazare a train connection to Le Havre.

From Roissy Charles De Gaulle Airport there is also a direct Flixbus connection to Le Havre.

Accommodation

It is possible to rent a room in one of the dormitories. The rental of the rooms is done by the agency CROUS. In addition, the association AHLOET offers furnished and unfurnished rooms for students of the university. Private liability insurance is required for renting accommodation in France.

Cost of living

The following monthly costs should be considered for a stay in  Le Havre:


- Accommodation: 250-500€

- Water and electricity: 50€

- Insurance: 10€

- Meals: 200€

- Transport: 25€

- Course materials: 25€

- Internet: 15-20€

- Leisure: 150€

Language courses

French language courses are offered at three different levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced). Upon successful participation, students receive 5 ECTS.

Greece

Ionian University

Contact Details

Name of the University

Ionian University

Erasmus-Code

G ATHINE 42

Address

Ionian University
Ioannou Theotoki 72
49132 Corfu

Website

https://ionio.gr/en/university/museum-ionian/

Cooperatrion

Type of cooperation        

Erasmus+                                                             

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study

Travel, Tourism and Leisure

Academic Calender

Winterterm                        

Beginning of October - Beginning of February           

Summerterm

Beginning of February - Middle of June

Application

Application documents       

- Application form
- Learning Agreement
- mark sheet
- passport photograph
- Language certificate English (e. g. on the results of the OLS language test)

 

Language skills required                                   

Since the majority of the courses are offered in Greek, students are recommended to have sufficient knowledge of Greek.

However, courses for exchange students can also be taught on a tutorial basis in one of the common European foreign languages by arrangement. In this case, the examination takes the form of a term paper or a written examination.

Courses

An overview of the courses offered in English can be found on the website of the respective department or degree program or, upon request, contact the responsible contact person. A list of the different contact persons can be found here.

Contact person for incoming students

Dionysia Karvouni: eras-inc@ionio.gr

Further Information

Arrival                                                                                        

The island of Corfu can be reached by plane via the airports of Athens or Thessaloniki. There are also ferry connections to the Greek ports of Igoumenitsa and Patras and to the Italian cities of Bari, Brindisi, Ancona and Venice.

Accommodation

It is the responsibility of the students to find accommodation, as the university cannot provide accommodation.

A rental agreement for the period of your stay is a prerequisite for receiving the semester documents and official enrolment at the university.

Cost of living

Exchange students should plan a monthly cost of about 400€.

All students have the opportunity to have a full meal twice a day in the university canteens. The cost for students is 2€ per meal.

Language courses

Free Greek language courses are offered for exchange students. Upon successful participation, 6 ECTS are awarded for these courses.

University of the Peloponnese

Contact Details

Name of the University

University of the Peloponnese

Erasmus-Code

G TRIPOLI03

Address                     

University of the Peloponnese
28 Erithrou Stavrou & Kariotaki Str.
221 00 Tripoli

Website

https://www.uop.gr/en/

Cooperation

Type of Cooperation                            

Erasmus+

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study

Business and Administration, Travel, Tourism and Leisure

Academic Calender

Winterterm                      

Beginning of October - End of January

Summerterm

Beginning of February - End of June

Application

Application documents                                                                                                            

Exchange students must register at the secretariat of the department responsible for them. The following documents are required for registration:

- Application form
- Copy of identity card/passport
- Confirmation of nomination by the host university
- European Health Insurance Card
- Liability insurance
- Accident insurance

Language skills required

An English language level of B2 or higher is recommended.

Courses

An overview of the courses offered can be found on the websites of the various study programmes.

Grading system

- A (10): Outstanding - Excellent performance with only minor flaws.
- B (9): Very good - Above average performance with some shortcomings.
- C (8): Good - Generally good performance with some noticeable deficiencies.
- D (6-7): Satisfactory - Adequate performance with significant deficiencies.
- E (5): Sufficient - Performance meets the minimum requirements of the course.
- FX (4): Fail - Rework is required for passing.
- F (1-3): Fail - Extensive rework is required for passing.

Contact person for incoming students

Vassiliki Gionna: vgionna@uop.gr

Further Information

Arrival                        

All cities in the Peloponnese prefecture have good bus connections to Athens and other Greek cities.

Accommodation                                                                                                                               

Exchange students are usually accommodated in the City Hotel. The rent is paid directly to the hotel and includes lunch, dinner and a discount on public transport.

Ireland

Letterkenny Institute of Technology

Contact Details

Name of the University

Letterkenny Institute of Technology

Erasmus-Code

IRL LETTERK01

Address

Letterkenny Institute of Technology
Port Road, Letterkenny
County Donegal, F92 FC93

Website

https://www.lyit.ie/

Cooperation

Type of cooperation                                                   

Erasmus+

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of Study                                                       

Travel, Tourism and Leisure, Food Processing, Business and Administration, Audio-Visual Techniques and Media Production

Academic Calender

Winterterm                  

End of September - End of January

Summerterm

End of January - End of  May

Application

Application documents          

The following documents are required for the application process:
- Application form + Learning Agreement
- Sheet of notes
- Online Portfolio (for students applying for the field of Design/Creative Media)

Language skills required

English language skills at level B1 or higher are required.

Courses

Only courses from one degree program can be selected. An overview of the courses offered can be found on the websites of the various study programmes.

Grading system                                                                                                            

The grades are entered on the Transcript of Records in the form of percentages in conjunction with the number of ECTS credits achieved.

Contact person for incoming students

Peter Dobson: erasmus@lyit.ie

Further Information

Arrival                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Arrival by plane is possible via all Irish airports. From there there is always the possibility of a bus transfer to Letterkenny. In general, Ireland has a well-developed bus network, which connects Letterkenny with numerous other cities.  

Accommodation

There is no accommodation offered directly on campus, but there are numerous possibilities to find something suitable in the immediate vicinity.

The Student Union maintains an overview of various housing options near the university. The landlords listed there have all been vetted and are registered with the Private Residencies Tenancies Board. In addition, housing announcements are always posted by students themselves on the College Notice Board or on social media channels. So a look there is worthwhile as well.

Munster Technological University

Contact Details

Name of the University

Munster Technological University

Erasmus-Code

IRL CORK04

Address

Munster Technological University
Bishopstown
Cork
T12 P928

Website

https://www.cit.ie/

Cooperation

Type of cooperation

Erasmus+                                    

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study

Travel, Tourism and Leisure

Academic Calender

Winterterm         

End of September - Middle of January

Summerterm

End of January - End of May

Application

Application Documents                            

The following documents are required for the application:
- Application form
- Learning Agreement
- Curriculum vitae
- Grade sheet
- Copy of the European Health Insurance Card
- Copy of the identity card/passport

Language skills required

Students should be able to demonstrate sufficient English language skills to follow the courses and successfully participate in the course achievements. Therefore, language proficiency at level B2 is recommended, a level of at least B1 is required for enrolment at the university.

Courses

An overview of the courses offered can be found on the websites of the various study programmes.

Only courses from the field of study for which the university cooperation exists can be selected. To avoid time overlap, these should all be taught to the same cohort if possible.

Grading system                                            

The assessment of academic performance is based on the following list:

- H1: First Class Honours
- H2: Second Class Honours
- 21: Second Class Honours - Grade 1
- 22: Second Class Honours - Grade 2
- DT: Passed with Special Distinction
- ME: Passed with Distinction
- M1: Passed with Distinction - Grade 1
- M2: Passed with Distinction - Grade 2
- PS: Passed
- EX: Not all parts of the module have been passed, participation in extra modules or repetition is necessary.
- AB: Not participated
- WD: Withdrawn
- WH: Withheld
- FL: Failed
- DE: Postponed
- CO: Progress with outstanding deliverables
- CP: Cannot continue
- NA: Not applicable - No overall result

Contact person for incoming students

Margaret Mulderrig: Erasmus@cit.ie

Further Information

Arrival                                                                                                                                                                                               

If you are travelling by plane, it is recommended that you choose Cork Airport. From there there are regular bus services to Cork city centre.

Within Ireland, Cork has good train connections and the following cities, for example, can be reached from there: Dublin, Mallow, Cobh, Midleton and Tralee.

There is also a ferry service from the French town of Roscoff to Cork.

Accommodation

The Accommodation Office helps students to find suitable accommodation. Information on the following types of accommodation is available:
- WGs
- Student halls of residence
- Lodgings: This type of accommodation allows students to stay in a family room. As a rule, the family also offers the possibility to participate in meals together.

Cost of living

Experience has shown that exchange students incur the following monthly costs during their stay in Ireland:
- Accommodation: 300-700€
- Food: 250-350€
- Transport: 65-85€
- Course materials: 75€
- Free time: 200-300€.

Language courses

English language courses are offered to international students.

University College Cork

Contact Details

Name of the University

University College Cork

Erasmus-Code

IRL CORK01

Address

University College Cork
Roseleigh
Western Road
Cork

Website

https://www.ucc.ie/en/

Cooperation

Type of cooperation               

Erasmus+

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study                         

Chemical Engineering and Processes

Academic Calender

Winterterm                                

Middle of September - End of December

Summerterm

Middle of January - Middle of May

Application

Application Documents                                                                                                                                                             

The following documents are required for the application in the online portal of the university:

- Application form
- Grade sheet
- Learning Agreement
- Copy of identity card/passport

Language skills required

No specific English language level is required for admission to the college. However, exchange students are expected to have sufficient language skills to follow the courses.

Courses

An overview of the courses offered for exchange students can be found here.

Exchange students are recommended to take courses of 30 ECTS. However, it is not possible to take a higher number of ECTS credits.

Grading system                                                                 

The following grading system is used at University College:

- 1H- Passed with distinction: > 70%
- 2H1- Passed very well, grade 1: 60% - 69%
- 2H2- Passed very well, grade 2: 50% - 59%
- 3H- Passed well: 45% - 49%
- Passed: > 40% - 44%

Contact person for incoming students

Jim McEvoy: jim.mcevoy@ucc.ie

Further Information

Arrival                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

If you are travelling by plane, it is recommended that you choose Cork Airport. From there there are regular bus services to Cork city centre.

Within Ireland, Cork has good train connections and the following cities can be reached from there: Dublin, Mallow, Cobh, and Midleton.

Dublin city and its airport can also be reached by bus.

Accommodation

After successful submission of all relevant application documents, exchange students will receive further information on the different accommodation options as well as a registration form for the dormitories.

The university cannot guarantee the availability of suitable accommodation. Exchange students are therefore obliged to take care of the search independently and to get in touch with the responsible contact persons.

Cost of living

The following monthly costs should be budgeted for a stay in Cork:

- Accommodation (depending on type): €300-700
- Utilities: €30-50
- Food: €250-350
- Transportation: €65-85
- Course materials: €75
- Free time: €200-300

Language courses

The Language Center offers two English language courses for international students, which can be attended free of charge. As places are limited, it is advisable to sign up for these early if you are interested.

Italy

Università Degli Studi Di Genova

Contact Details

Name of the University

Università Degli Studi Di Genova

Erasmus-Code

I GENOVA01

Address

Università Degli Studi Di Genova
Via Balbi 5
16126 Genova

Website

https://unige.it/en

Cooperation

Type of cooperation                          

Erasmus+          

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study                                                       

Motor vehicles, ships and aircrafts, Management and Administration

Academic Calender

Winterterm                            

  Middle of September - Middle of February

Summerterm        

  Middle of February - Middle of July

Application

Application documents                                                                                               

Application form

Language skills required

The university recommends language proficiency in the language of instruction (Italian or English) at level B1/B2 or higher.

Courses

An overview of the courses offered in English can be found here.

Contact person for incoming students

Maria Traino:

Further Information

Arrival                                  

The Erasmus Student Network Group Genoa offers a pick-up service for international students.

Accommodation                                                                                                                                                                     

The university supports exchange students in finding suitable accommodation. However, it does not guarantee that such accommodation can be found or reserve specific accommodation prior to arrival. New advertisements are published regularly via the Accommodation Bulletin Board. So it's worth taking a regular look at this platform.

The university's halls of residence are run by the ALISEO organisation. If you are interested in this type of accommodation, please contact your ALISEO colleague. For the first few days or a short transition period, bed & breakfasts or religious accommodations offer a good alternative. The available offers can be viewed at the SASS office

Cost of living

The following cost of living is provided as a first indication by the university:
- Accommodation: 250-350€
- Transport: 46€

Language courses

Italian language courses at different levels are offered for exchange students. The appropriate course is determined at the beginning of each semester with a placement test.

Università Degli Studi Di Brescia

Contact Details

Name of the University

Università Degli Studi Di Brescia

Erasmus-Code

I BRESCIA01

Address

Università Degli Studi Di Brescia
Piazza del Mercato 15
25121 Brescia

Website

https://en.unibs.it/

Cooperation

Type of Cooperation

Erasmus+                                 

End of validity

2021/2022

Area of study

Business and Administration

Academic Calender

Winterterm                        

Middle of September - Middle of February

Summerterm

Middle of February - Middle of July

Application

Application documents                                                                                                  

The application runs via an online portal of the university, through which the following documents must be submitted:

- Copy of identity card/passport
- Passport photo
- Learning Agreement

Language skills required

If courses in Italian are chosen, the university recommends language skills at level A2/ B1 or higher.

Courses

An overview of the courses offered in English can be found here.

Grading system

The following grading system is used at Università Degli Studi Di Brescia:
- 30L (cum laude) -30: A+/ A
- 29-27: B
- 26-24: C
- 23-20: D
- 19-18: E
- Failed/ Rejected: F/ FX

Contact person for incoming students

Margherita Andreis: margherita.andreis@unibs.it

Further Information

Arrival                      

The closest airports are Verona (Villafranca), Brescia (Montichiari), Bergamo (Orio al Serio) and Milan (Linate, Malpensa). There are bus connections to and from Brescia. It is also possible to arrive by train. Brescia is part of the Turin-Milan-Venice route.

Accommodation                                                                                                                 

The university has eight halls of residence spread throughout the city. Exchange students can apply for these. However, it is not possible to select a specific residence or accommodation type. As a rule, accommodation will be in double rooms and in the hall of residence closest to the student's faculty, if a room is available there.

The UNIBS Student Housing team also helps students find suitable accommodation in the private housing market.

Language courses

An Italian language course for international students is offered before the start of the semester. This is free of charge for students and is not remunerated with ECTS.

Since the majority of the courses are taught in Italian, the university recommends that students take the language course.

Croatia

Netherlands

Norway

Austria