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Rapport om utbytesstudier vid University of Freiburg: Erik | Ashti

 

  • Ashit B. säger att det är lätt att lära sig tyska på plats. Hon fick förbättra sina språkkunskaper från en enkel tyska till en bra akademisk nivå inom en termin.
  • Erik P.: ”...jag kan nu prata flytande och förstå [tyska] helt obehindrad, vilket inte var fallet för sex månader sedan.”
  • Ashti B. rekomenderar Freiburg för de som uppskattar en rik universitetskultur och ett vackert naturlandskap.
  • Erik P. valde att läsa intensivkursen i tyska under septembermånad vilket var ett väldigt bra sätt för honom att komma in i språket.
  • Erik P.: ”Det finns ett stort utbud av kurser och generellt en hög kvalitet på undervisningen.”
  • Ashti B.: „Att studera i Freiburg var en uppfriskande och hälsosam upplevelse!“
  • Erik P. ”Det finns mer att göra i Freiburg under en termin än vad som överhuvudtaget är möjligt.”

 

About Erasmus

Erasmus+ brings together the former EU programs for life-long learning, youth, and sport, with the European higher education cooperation programs. Erasmus+ has a budget of about 14.8 bn euros and covers the period 2014–2020. The umbrella program covers the sub-programs Comenius (school education), Erasmus (higher education), Erasmus Mundus (international higher education), Leonardo (vocational training), Grundtvig (adult education), Youth in Action (youth) and Sport (in particular mass sports).


Swiss universities are not engaged in the Erasmus+ program (Mobility, Key Action I). However, as part of the Swiss-European Mobility Program, the Swiss government has provided appropriate funds to conduct an exchange of students, teachers and administration staff. This transitional scheme applies until 2020, the end of ERASMUS+.


The University of Freiburg has been very successful with its involvement in the Erasmus program. Study mobility at our European partner departments is organized by the EU Office at the University Rectorate in cooperation with many coordinators in the individual departments.

Erasmus at Freiburg Uni

Around 50 academic subjects at the University of Freiburg are involved in the Erasmus university program. The departments have concluded cooperation agreements with more than 300 European partner universities in over 30 countries and offer more than 1,700 exchange places for students. All departments involved in Erasmus at Freiburg University have appointed Erasmus subject coordinators who are responsible for the selection and care of Erasmus students.

Erasmus study visits and also Erasmus mobility grants for students are founded on inter-institutional agreements between the University of Freiburg and its European partner universities. At a department level, the agreements determine the number of exchange students, the length of stay and the requirements for standards of study and language.

 

Contact

Erasmus university coordinator (Incomings, Outgoings, Internships)

Ulrich Eckelt, Sedanstr. 6, 2. Floor, Room 02024)


Phone: +49 761/203-4269
Fax: +49 761/203-9084

Office hours:

  • Mon, Tue, Th from 9am - noon
  • Tue and Th from 2pm - 4pm

EU Office head

Christian Jäger, Ass. iur. (Friedrichstraße 41-43)


Phone: +49 761/203-8845
Fax: +49 761/203-97562

Erasmus University Coordinator International Credit Mobility

Felicitas Höfflin-Trefzer (Friedrichstraße 41-43)


Phone: +49 761/203-4202
Fax: +49 761/203-97562

Erasmus databases

Julius Wiedersich (Friedrichstraße 41-43)


Phone: +49 761/203-67565
Fax: +49 761/203-97562

EU project assistant

Bettina Leuschner (Friedrichstraße 41-43)


Phone: +49 761/203-67472
Fax: +49 761/203-97562

Erasmus assistance
(Incomings, Outgoings; also in English, French, Italian, Spanish)

Svenja Blancke
Angelina Browski
Andreas Haßmann
Alice Imbert
Sahira Ködel
Greta Matthis
Giulia Santangelo
Chiara Schmitz
Karolin Steinfurth




(EU-Büro im SCS, Sedanstr. 6, 2. OG, Raum 02024)


Phone: + 49 761/203-4207
Fax: + 49 761/203-9084

This project was funded with the support of the European Commission. The author has sole responsibility for the content of this publication; the Commission is not liable for further use of the information contained therein.