You want to improve your language skills, immerse in a foreign culture, change surroundings for a while? Why not go on a semester abroad? The easiest way is to apply for a place at one of the RUB's partner universities.
Every semester, the information event on "studying physics abroad" takes place. Please sign up beforehand if you want to take part. This year, the session will take place on December 16th at 2 p.m. in NB6/173.
Further Information regarding the application for studying abroad with ERASMUS can be found on this flyer (in german).
Students who plan to do an internship in a European country in the academic year 2019/20 can apply for the ERASMUS internship scholarship. Information and deadlines are provided here.
On the pages of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) you find world-wide research internship offers from the RISE programme for summer 2020 open to students from sciences, life sciences and engineering. Please note the imminent deadline for some applications (December 5th, 2019).
RUB students planning a research stay abroad and student of partner institutions considering a stay at the RUB can apply for funding via LabExchange for stays beginning between March 1st and June 30th, 2020. Further information can be found here; please note the imminent deadline of January 15th, 2020.
PROMOS is a BMBF-funded scholarship programme offering financial travel grants for students. Apply here.
In summer 2020 bachelor students from biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, geosciences, computer sciences and related disciplines (e.g. medicine, psychology) have the chance to collaborate with scientists from all over the world who want to integrate German students into their research group for practical support of their project. The DAAD supports research stays in the period between 1 June and September 2020 with a monthly scholarship and a travelling allowance. Online registration is open between 1 November and 15 December 2019.
The Institut Ranke-Heinemann offers support for students interested in studying abroad in Australia and New Zealand. You want to study down under? Find further information, e.g. regarding financial support, here.
It is finally possible to apply for "Auslands-BAföG" online. This makes it easier to meet deadlines and rumour has it that it accelerates the whole process.
Here is a quick overview of the most important information.
Most important Contacts in the International Office: