Incoming – Erasmus+ students and students from non-European universities
Erasmus+ and international exchange
Students from partner universities of EHB are cordially invited to an Erasmus+ exchange semester. Students from other universities are also welcome for a study visit of one semester, depending on capacities available in our study programs.
EHB is helping to organize Erasmus+ internship in the fields of Nursing and Midwifery as well as Childhood Studies and Social Work for students from partner universities with a corresponding Inter-Institutional Agreement. For the organization of an internship stay via EHB, the Placement Office (Praxisamt) must be involved.
The International Office of EHB is the first point of contact for applications and enquiries regarding the organization of the stay. It organizes 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 dormitory of the Berliner Studierendenwerk (students’ services association) for the duration of the Erasmus+ mobility.
You can find the relevant contact persons and detailed information about your stay at EHB in our information brochure in the Downloads and Links section at the end of this page.
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 applications to email@example.com
Course offer and language proficiency
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 taught in English are currently available on a limited basis. Please refer to the course offer in English published in the Downloads and Links section at the end of this page.
EHB's family officer is available to provide advice for students with children:
Contact: Sabine Schuhhardt, firstname.lastname@example.org
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 EHB's disability officer with questions about studying at the university.
Contact: Rabea Zeller, email@example.com