The Erasmus+ programme: People who move around shape Europe!

The Erasmus+ explanatory videos are available here:

  1. Erasmus+ within German universities

  2. The development of the Erasmus programme

  3. Study abroad or an internship under the Erasmus+ programme

  4. Study abroad with Erasmus+

 

The Erasmus university programme is one of the European Union’s greatest success stories and has been promoting the cross-border mobility of students, university lecturers, and university staff within Europe since 1987.

Erasmus+ is the European Union’s new programme for education, youth and sport. Erasmus+ will combine the existing EU programmes for lifelong learning, youth and sport and the European universities cooperation programmes.

The following mobility measures, among others, have been funded by the Erasmus+ programme:

Study abroad for students

Internship abroad for students


Mobility of academic staff/guest lectureships

Mobility of non-academic staff

Double Degree Agreements in Europe

  • Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences, Finland

    Students in the bachelor’s degree programme in International Business have the opportunity to acquire a degree from this Finnish partner university within two semesters. To that end, they spend their 5th and 6th semesters at Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences. Academic education in Finland is extremely practical and many interesting project modules are available. Further information is available in this pdf

    The contact within the Faculty is Prof. Laila Hofmann.
  • Nord University, Bodo, Norway

    Students following the master’s degree programme in International Finance and Economics have the opportunity to obtain a university degree from this Norwegian partner university within two semesters. To earn this degree, students spend  - depending on when they began their programme - their 2nd and 3rd or 3rd and 4th semesters at Nord University.
    Further information is available in this pdf.  

    The contact within the Faculty is Prof. Laila Hofmann.

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Students following the master’s degree programme in International Finance and Economics have the  opportunity to  obtain a university degree from this Italian partner university within one semester. To that end, they spend their 3rd or 4th semester at the Sapienza University of Rome. Further information is available in this pdf.

 

ICN Business School - Artem, Nancy/France

Students in the bachelor’s degree programmes in International Business or Business Administration have the opportunity to acquire a degree from our partner university in Nancy within two semesters. To earn this second degree, you will spend one academic year at the ICN Business School - Artem in Nancy. The language of instruction is either entirely in English or entirely in French (a combination of both languages is not possible).
Pre-requisites for the programme are that the students have completed at least 120 ECTS at Nuremberg Tech within their degree programme and the following language requirements:

Programmes taught in English:
B2 Level (CERF scale). TOEFL: 80 or IELTS: 6.5
or TOEIC: 750 or Certificate of Cambridge level C

Programmes taught in French:
B2 Level (CERF scale).

Information about the application process at the partner university is available under Applying

Double Degree Agreements in the Americas

  • Tec de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico
    Find more Information here

 

 

Double Degree Agreements in Asia

  • Providence University Taichung, Taiwan 

    Students from the Faculty of Business Administration at Nuremberg Tech who are following the bachelor’s degree programme in International Business have the opportunity to obtain a double degree from the Providence University in Taichung, Taiwan. In order to do that, they must have completed semesters 1 to 3 and 6 and 7 at Nuremberg Tech, a 20-week internship, and a two-semester degree programme at Providence University.

     

    The points of contact are the International Office and, in the Faculty of Business Administration, Prof. Florian Riedmüller. 

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  • Sino-German College of Applied Sciences at Tongji University, Shanghai, China                           

    From the 5th semester onwards, students following the degree programmes in Mechanical Engineering/Automotive Engineering, Mechatronics and Facility Technology at Nuremberg Tech have the opportunity to study at the Tongji University in Shanghai for two semesters and to obtain a double degree.

    The point of contact is the International Office and the contacts within the faculties are:

    Mechanical Engineering/Automotive Engineering: Prof. Ulrich Grau

    Mechatronics: Prof. Frank Pöhlau

    Facility Technology: Prof. Michael Deichsel

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Double Degree Agreements in Australia

  • University of the Sunshine Coast
    Students from the Faculty of Business Administration following the bachelor’s degree programmes in Business Administration and International Business, who have achieved at least 120 ECTS, can obtain a Bachelor of Business degree at the University of the Sunshine Coast within two semesters.
    Students following the Master in International Marketing degree programme also have the opportunity to obtain the additional degree of Master of International Business at the USC in one semester.

    The point of contact is the International Office and Prof. Kai-Uwe Wellner at the Faculty of Business Administration.

     

  • International College of Management, Sydney

    Students in the Faculty of Business Administration can obtain the degree of Bachelor of Business Management at the International College of Management Sydney (ICMS) within 1 to 1.5 years. The programme also includes a paid component entitled “Industry Training”.
    Further information is available in this pdf fileadmin/zentrale-einrichtungen/szs/io/io_docs/2020_ICMS_Factsheet_DE_Print.pdf.

    The point of contact is the International Office and Prof. Kai-Uwe Wellner at the Faculty of Business Administration.