Incoming – Erasmus+ students and students from non-European universities
An international exchange
Students from partner universities of the EHB are cordially invited to study or undertake an internship stay at the EHB. Students from other universities are also welcome for a study visit of one semester, depending on capacities available at the university.
The International Office of the EHB is the first point of contact for applications and enquiries regarding the organisation of the stay. It organises welcome events and social activities. It offers support in clarifying various formalities upon arrival as well as pre- and post-arrival counselling.
The International Office is also the contact for finding a room in a hall of residence of the Berliner Studierendenwerk (students’ services association) for the duration of the Erasmus+ mobility.
For the organisation of an internship stay via the EHB, the Praxisamt (practical application office) must be involved.
The following contacts are responsible for the degree programs
Social Work: Sabine Schuhhardt | Praxisamt (Office of Practical Training)
Religious Education: Regine Kammel | Praxisamt, Prof. Dr. Keßler | Module Supervisor
Childhood Education: Lara Griegoleit | Praxisamt, Kerstin Nitsche | Practical Coordinator
Bachelor of Nursing: Franziska Pickmann | Praxisamt
Midwifery: Franziska Pickmann | Praxisamt
You can find detailed information about your stay at the EHB in our information brochure.
Nomination deadlines for exchange students
15 May for the following winter semester
15 November for the following summer semester
Application deadlines for exchange students
15 July for the following winter semester
15 January for the following summer semester
Please send nominations and applications to email@example.com
Important to know
For a stay as an exchange student for either studying or undertaking an internship, a good working knowledge of the German language (at least level B2 CEFR) is required. Courses in English are currently only available on a limited basis. It is expected that the EHB will start offering an extended range of English courses from the summer semester of 2022 on.
The EHB's family officer is available to provide advice for students with children:
Contact: Sabine Schuhhardt, firstname.lastname@example.org
The EHB also offers a wide range of counselling and support services for students with special needs.
Students or prospective students with physical impairments, partial performance disorders, chronic illnesses or even mental illnesses can contact the EHB's disability officer with questions about studying at the university.
Contact: Rabea Zeller, email@example.com