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Informationen und Ansprechpartner:

Freiburger Studierende (outgoings)

Infos für Outgoings (Studierende der Fakultät für Umwelt und Natürliche Ressourcen)

 

Achtung!!!

Info-Veranstaltung der Fakultät zu "Wege ins Ausland" am 27.11.2019 um 16:00 Uhr, im  Hörsaal Hermann Herder Straße 6.

 

Partnerfakultäten:

Forst und Umwelt:  Übersicht Plätze Forst und Umwelt

Geographie:           Übersicht Plätze Geographie

Geologie:               Übersicht Plätze Geologie

Hydrologie:             Übersicht Plätze Hydrologie

 

Allgemeine Informationen zu

  • finanziellen Förderung und ERASMUS und BAföG hier.

 

Bewerbungsfrist

  • Die Bewerbungsfrist für einen ERASMUS-Aufenthalt endet jährlich am 15. Januar.
  • Es gibt nur diese eine Frist und diese gilt für Bewerbungen für das Wintersemester des aktuellen Jahres UND für Bewerbungen für das Sommersemester des darauffolgenden Jahres.

Wer kann sich bewerben?

  • Jeder Studierende, unabhängig von der Nationalität, kann sich für einen Erasmus-Aufenthalt bewerben.
  • Studierende, die bereits während des Bachelorstudiums eine Erasmus-Förderung erhielten, können während des Masterstudium erneut einen Erasmus-Aufenthalt durchführen.

 

Ablauf des Erasmus-Bewerbungsprozesses hier.

Bewerbungsunterlagen

  1. Bewerbungsformular (für Geographie bitte auf der Homepage herunterladen)
  2. Tabellarischer Lebenslauf
  3. Motivationsschreiben (1 DIN A4 Seite) mit Bezug auf Ihre erste Wahl
  4. Leistungsübersicht
  5. Nachweis über Sprachkenntnisse

 

Anerkennung der im Ausland erbrachten Studienleistungen: (demnächst hier).

App zu Wegen ins EU-Ausland hier.

 

Erasmus-Koordinator*innen der Fakultät für Umwelt und Natürliche Ressourcen:

BereichAnsprechpartnerEmail-AdresseSprechzeiten

Forst und Umwelt

Esther Muschelknautz

erasmus@unr.uni-freiburg.de

Di 10:00-12:00

Do 13:30-15:30

Tennenbacherstr.04

Raum: 02 045

Geographie Thilo Wiertz erasmus@geographie.uni-freiburg.de nach Absprache
Hydrologie Jens Lange jens.lange@hydrology.uni-freiburg.de nach Absprache
Geowissenschaften David Doljes david.doljes@minpet.uni-freiburg.de nach Absprache

 

 

 

 

International students (incomings)

Information for INCOMING students (Forestry and Environmental Sciences)

Thank you for your interest in coming to our faculty as an ERASMUS student!

How to get started

If you are a student of one of our partner faculties and would like to study at our faculty you can apply at your home university for an Erasmus placement. If your application is successful your Erasmus coordinator will nominate you and thus let us know that you wish to come .

After your nomination you will be contacted by two different offices:

  • Erasmus Office of the University = Institutional Erasmus Coordinator
    Ulrich Eckelt and team, located in the city center, Sedanstraße 4, Service Center Studium
  • Erasmus Office of the Faculty = Departmental Erasmus Coordinator
    Esther Muschelknautz (Erasmus coordinator) or Mina Kessler (assistant), located at the faculty
    Tennenbacherstraße 4, room: 02 045,

The Erasmus office of the University is in charge of ALL Erasmus students of Freiburg University and will guide you through the application process via mobility online portal. Guidance will include information about administrative and practical matters like admisson, enrolment, housing, German courses and orientation days. As first step they will send you a link to register at the mobility-online-portal.

The Erasmus Office of the faculty will assist you with all academic aspects of your study visit: learning agreement, choice and booking of courses, transcript etc. Our first e-mail contact with you is when you send us your learning agreement for checking if the courses you have chosen are ok and for signing.

Language

Before applying for an Erasmus grant for Germany you should check if your language skills will be sufficient for studying in German. All our Bachelor courses are taught only in German. Part of our master courses are taught in English. But also there you have to meet the language requirements. For all courses (English or German) Erasmus students have to submit a proof of language skills on the level B1.

The Language Teaching Centre (SLI) of the University of Freiburg offers free of charge language courses (grammar/speaking/writing/regional studies) for Erasmus students. Registration for courses in winter semester opens mid September, registration for summer semester opens at the beginning of March. More details at the SLI

How to find out what you can study

BACHELOR students

If you are a Bachelor student of forestry or environmental sciences you can choose courses from 2 Bachelor programmes, both taught in German. On the websites of the programmes and in the module handbooks you can see what the programmes are about and if they offer interesting courses for you. Please check:

As Bachelor student you are not allowed to take our Master courses, unless you are in a 4-year Bachelor programme and would be in your 4th year when you come to Freiburg.


MASTER students

If you are a master student with a background in forestry or environmental sciences you can choose courses from 2 master programmes, both taught in English and/or German:

 

In the 2 master programmes modules are organized in a sequence of 3-week blocks, (5ECTS/module) and each module ends with a graded exam (written or oral).

Please note: MSc Environmental Governance (MEG) and MSc Renewable Energy Engineering and Management (REEM) are not accessible for Erasmus students.

Application deadline (at Erasmus Office of the University)

For winter semester: June 15th

For summer semester: January 15th

Links

 

Important information for incoming students after arrival

Exam registration: Erasmus student cannot register for their exams online but have to hand in hard copies of their exam registration forms. Below these forms are made available.

  • Exam registration forms for bachelor students can be found here. The signed form has to be handed in at the examination office or at the Erasmus office within the deadline (winter term: February 1st; summer term: July 1st).
  • Exam registration form for master students can be found here. The signed form has to be handed in at the examination office or in the Erasmus office within the deadline (2nd Wednesday of each module).

Examination office: Herderbau, 4th floor, room 106 (opening hours).

Erasmus office: Herderbau, 2nd floor, 045 (opening hours: Tue 10.00-12.00, Thu 13.30 - 15.30).