- The interdisciplinary EU-office of the University of Freiburg informs you about the Erasmus application
The department of physics has one coordinator J.Prof. Dr. Harald Ita, who is available for questions and local support with your stay in Freiburg.
You need to provide evidence of sufficient knowledge of German (B1/B2) and English (B2) (levels as described in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR))
You and the departmental coordinator of your home institution needs to compile a study programme (the so-called Learning Agreement). Meeting deadlines before the beginning of the semester, the Learning Agreement is to be submitted for signature to .
You can find the course catalogue on the webpage. By adapting the link you can view future and past course catalogues. Often not all courses are advertised at the time of your application and you will have to contact the lectures for more detailed information. The course catalogue of previous years will help to find the expected courses.
The application () has to be sent directly to the EU Office:
During your stay
Please transfer changes to your Learning Agreement directly to the departmental coordinator of your home institution.
At the end of the semester you will have to collect certificates ("Scheine") of your exam results. Hand in a complete list of the certificates to the erasmus coordinator/Pruefungsamt to obtain your Transcript of Records. You can submit the material by email. It is important to remind lectures well befor the end of term that you are an Erasmus student and that you will need certificates. You will need to complete this before you leave Freiburg.
After your stay:
- Please stay in touch with us via e-mail until you have safely received your Transcript of Records.