Country programmes

The links below will direct you to a number of programmes aimed at realizing a period of study abroad:

  • Studies in China

    Sino-German College of Applied Sciences (CDHAW)

    Mechatronics or Business Administration and Engineering students have the opportunity to be part of a programme between Tongji University and the German University Consortium for International Cooperations.

    Information on how to apply and scholarships for the double-degree programme, Chinese-German College of Applied Schiences (CDHAW) / China Scholarship Council (CSC), People’s Republic of China:

    1. CDAHW Programme Application Guideline [de], WiSe & SuSe 2019/20

    3. Health screening form

    4. Application procedure leaflet - government scholarship from the China Scholarship Council (CSC) [de]

    5. Government scholarship application completion help [de]


    Ocean University

    Studies at Ocean University, Qingdao

    Read more

  • Studies in Australia and New Zealand

    The Ranke-Heinemann Centre is the central institution for all Australian and New Zealand universities in Europe. Continue reading [de]

  • Studies on Bali

    Studies abroad at Udayana University, Denpasar for students in business administration in economics. More [de]

  • Studies in Mexico

    Mechatronics students (Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) have the opportunity to be part of the Mexican-German University Cooperation programme.

    2019 Info Sheet Mexico [de]

  • Fulbright Program (USA)

    German students and graduates from Universities of Applied Sciences can apply for a Fulbright scholarship, which helps them to deepen their specialist knowledge abroad and promote American-German cultural exchange and interaction during a year of study (also combined with a traineeship).

     

    What are the options?

    • "Study Program": a nine-month period of graduate study (if possible) at an American host university (approx. 50 scholarships).

    • "Alumni Program": a one-semester period of study at an American host university, followed by a traineeship of three to five months offered by the Fulbright Commission (approx. 5 scholarships, aimed in particular at younger students).

       

    What does a scholarship include?

    • Expenses for transatlantic travel.

    • American tuition fees.

    • Cost-of-living allowance during the Study Program or Alumni Program: Fulbright scholars contribute € 300 per month to their costs of living; the number of full scholarships covering all costs of living are very limited.

    • Preparatory meeting.

    • Basic health and accident insurance.

    Please note that there are no scholarships for practical semesters or third-cycle studies. Traineeships can only be supported through the combined Alumni Program.

     

    How to apply?

    Students obtain application documents from the IO or online. HSZG will narrow down the number of possible candidates.

     

    What are the application deadlines?

    May 15 to June 30 of the current year.

    Immigration to the US at the end of a Fulbright period is ruled out by the program.

     

    What are the prerequisites?

    • German university / university of applied sciences entrance qualification.
    • Five or more semesters completed at a university (two at a university in Germany) at the date of departure (August/September).
    • Enrollment as a full-time student at the US host university.
    • Good student performance.
    • A good command of English.
    • German citizenship and permanent residence in Germany.

    Please send your application to the International Office by 23 June.

    Fulbright Commission · Oranienburger Str. 13-14 · 10178 Berlin

    Telephone: +49 030-284-443-772
    Fax: +49 030-284-443-42

    Email: gpu(at)fulbright.de
    Website: http://www.fulbright.de/

Coordinator


Simone Kunze
Dezernat Studium und Internationales
Campus Zittau
Theodor-Körner-Allee 16
Building Z I, Room 0.06
03583 612-4263
Dezernat Studium und Internationales
Campus Görlitz
Brückenstraße 1
Building G II, Room 253
03581 374-4263
forum
Consultation hours

Zittau Building ZI / Room 0.06

  • Monday: 13:00 - 15:30
  • Tuesday: 09:30 - 11:30 & 13:00 - 15:30
  • Friday: 09:30 - 11:30

Görlitz Building G II / Room 253

  • Thursday: 10:00 - 12:00 & 12:45 - 16:30

Contact


Dipl.-Übers. (FH)
Stephanie Ludwig
Dezernat Studium und Internationales
Campus Zittau
Theodor-Körner-Allee 16
Building Z I, Room 0.13
03583 612-4499
Dezernat Studium und Internationales
Campus Görlitz
Brückenstraße 1
Building G II, Room 253
03851 374-4499
forum
Consultation hours

Zittau Building Z I / Room 0.05

  • Monday & Thursday: 13:00 - 15:30/li>
  • Friday: 9:30 - 11:30

and by arrangement

Görlitz Building G II / Room 253

  • Tuesday: 11:00 - 15:00
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