The Institute of Education has ERASMUS agreements with various European universities.
Students of the Institute of Education have the possibility to complete a semester abroad at one of these partner universities.
The following overview should help you find the right university for you:
|University of Eastern Finland (Itä-Suomen yliopisto)||Finnland|
|Université Paris-Nord (UP 13)||Frankreich|
|Universitá degli Studi di Firenze||Italien|
|Universitá degli Studi di Padova||Italien|
|Universitá degli Studi di Verona||Italien|
|Vytauto Didzjojo Universitetas||Litauen|
|Bethlehem University||Palästinensische Gebiete|
|Universidade de Lisboa||Portugal|
|Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara||Rumänien|
|Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci||Tschechien|
|University of Belgrade||Serbien|
|University of Ljubljana||Slowenien|
ERASMUS scholarships in the amount of 650€ per month are currently available. Further information and FAQs can be found in the following announcements
Announcement Bethlehem University
There also exists the possibility for mobility at Indian universities. The Chair of Adult Education / Continuing Education is partner of the India Centre of the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (Program 'A New Passage to India' of the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD).
The University of Delhi offers a master program in English (M.A.) and a research-oriented master (M.Phil.) in the department of Lifelong Education and Extension. Master students and doctoral candidates of Education can also apply for a doctorate program in the Department of Adult Education. Bachelor students, who are interested, can ask in the individual case for their qualifications to be considered.
We most gladly support your decision to spend a semester abroad!
This site gives some information about the application procedure. Additionally, you will find the most important dates and deadlines to be aware of during the application process.
The first step in order to apply for an semester abroad is to arrange an appointment during consultation-hour with Monika Staab or Prof. Egetenmeyer under firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to get to know you in a personal and informal meeting to learn more about your motivation and your interest in a semester abroad. This helps finding a suitable partner university for your semester abroad.
Please send us the following information by email beforehand in preparation for the meeting
Degree program and current semester
Information about the place (country and university) you would like to study at
Time and duration of the semester planned abroad
An approximate estimation of your language skills (English and respective local language)
A rough overview over the courses and modules you still have to complete in Würzburg or alternatively want to substitute with courses at one of our partner universities.
If we are able to find a suitable opportunity for a semester abroad together, it is your responsibility to fill out the accaptance and submit it to Prof. Egetenmeyer to sign. Once, you decided definitely on a semester abroad, we will nominate you at the respective partner university as exchange student.
Your documents will then be forwarded to the International Office in Würzburg, after a positive response from the partner university. The International Office will assist you in further matters regarding scholarship, registration with MoveOnline, possible visa-related questions, etc. Further information of the International Office can be found under http://www.international.uni-wuerzburg.de/auslandsstudium/.
Since the application procedure for a semester abroad requires numerous formalities, it is advisable to apply early on. Please be aware, that it may take a couple of weeks starting from the first meeting up to the actual acceptance of the nomination by our partners.
Please be aware that you have to sign in at MoveOnline until the 31.03.2019 by yourself.
Application deadline for the respective following academic year is the end of April.
This means, that if you want to spend e.g. the summer semester of 2020 abroad, you must apply by the end of April 2019.
In some cases, it is possible to assign remaining free places after the deadline, but this cannot be ensured.