柏林工业大学（Technische Universität Berlin）位于德国首都柏林，地处柏林“母亲河”施普雷河畔，是德国的第一所工业大学，是世界著名理工大学，也是世界顶尖理工大学之一。
- 在柏林工业大学网站申请 https://www.registrierung-online.info/tubs/uni/wu2020.html。
Saarland University is a modern university within the Saar-Lor-Lux region – a dynamic part of Europe defined by the shared borders between Germany, France and Luxembourg. An international perspective has been a defining feature of Saarland University ever since it was established in cooperation with France in 1948. Today, 18.500 young people are studying in Saarbrücken and Homburg (faculty of medicine), 17 per cent of whom are international students. Located in a pleasant woodland setting, the university campus offers students and researchers a broad range of sporting and cultural activities, which together with the numerous cafés and restaurants make the campus an ideal place to relax between lectures or after work. And thanks to the high-speed ICE train link it takes only two hours to travel from Saarbrücken to Paris.
Website of university: http://www.uni-saarland.de/en/home.html
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.uni-saarland.de/overseas
Online academic calendar website: http://www.uni-saarland.de/campus/studium/studienorganisation/semestertermine.html
Full time load: 30 ECTS credits for degree seeking students, up to 20 ECTS credits for exchange students
1 Credit = 1 – 1,5 hours (depending on type of course)
1 Course = 3 – 9 ECTS credits (depending on type and level of course)
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 5 -6 courses recommended
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: no maximum
Exchange students have access to all undergraduate programs (except medicine); but graduate programs only open upon agreement
View detail: https://www.lsf.uni-saarland.de/qisserver/rds?state=wtree&search=1&category=veranstaltung.browse&navigationPosition=lectures%2Clectureindex&breadcrumb=lectureindex&topitem=lectures&subitem=lectureindex
Students should get nomination through the exchange coordinator.
Advanced basic German skills (at least 300 hours) recommended; advanced English skills for some disciplines.
2. APPLICATION PROCEDURES
Application paperwork to be sent with official nomination through exchange coordinator (scanned copies, no originals needed); forms downloadable on www.uni-saarland.de/overseas
German health insurance recommended; travel insurance will not be accepted.
3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES
750,00 Euro per month
4. VISA REQUIREMENTS
Students can consult German Embassy / Consulate General in Shanghai
International students can apply for scholarships at numerous institutions. The extensive DAAD scholarship database for foreign students, graduates and acamdemics offers a wide range of scholarships and additional Information to help them with their application.
View detail: https://www.daad.de/de/
The Coordinator of Overseas Programs
Mr. Wolfgang HEINTZ
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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On October 01, 2009, the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) was founded by a merger of Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe and Universität Karlsruhe.
KIT bundles the missions of both precursory institutions: A university of the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg with teaching and research tasks and a large-scale research institution of the Helmholtz Association conducting program-oriented provident research on behalf of the Federal Republic of Germany. Within these missions, KIT is operating along the three strategic fields of action of research, teaching, and innovation.
Website of university: http://www.kit.edu/english/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.intl.kit.edu/istudies/3242.php
Online academic calendar website: http://www.intl.kit.edu/istudies/3157.php
Full time load: 20-30 ECTS per semester
1 Credit = depending on the faculty; usually 1 ECTS – 1,5 SWS
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students:2
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: 6
For detailed information, please consider the corresponding module handbooks (http://www.intl.kit.edu/download/OVERSEAS_student_handbook.pdf)
Summer: December 1st; Nomination deadline: November 15th
Winter: June 1st, nomination deadline May 15th
Students must be currently enrolled at home university and get nomination.
German: A2, B1 recommended; proof of English knowledge if English courses planned to attend
3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES
Nomination ;online application; 4 weeks after deadline: decision (admission letters)
None from KIT; students are required to have health insurance covering at least 100.000€, e.g. a German public health insurance or a foreign ensurance.
3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES
700,00€ per month
4. VISA REQUIREMENTS
We assist in the process for applying for residence permit; however, a valid Visa is required to enter Germany. As a student, residence permit is granted.
Partner universities may nominate up to two exchange students per academic year for a scholarship of 2400€/stay. At least one student per academic year will receive the scholarship.
Coordinator for Incoming Overseas Students
Konstanz University of Applied Sciences
The Hochschule Konstanz University of Applied Sciences (HTWG) is located in the southernmost part of the Federal Republic of Germany, in the state of Baden-Württemberg. The HTWG campus is situated on the Rhine River, close to Konstanz’s historical city center. HTWG originated from the Higher Technical Institute for Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering, which was founded in 1906 through a private initiative.
Today, the Hochschule Konstanz University of Applied Sciences offers career-oriented higher education at the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels in 20 technical and professional fields including Engineering, Architecture, Computer Science, Business Administration and the highly competitive fields of Applied Communication and Culture, Management and Technology, and Communications Design.
All Bachelor’s Degree courses at HTWG require one internship semester in industry which is closely integrated into the curriculum. In addition, 13 Master’s Degree programs offer course opportunities at the post-graduate level.
Currently HTWG has formal partnerships and student and staff exchange programs with 56 higher education institutions in 28 countries. Students from either side of an exchange can spend a semester or more at the partner institution taking classes or completing an internship.
Website for inbound exchange students:
Orientation Program spring term: 1st or 2nd week of March
Orientation Program fall term: Mid-September
– 2 weeks Christmas break
– summer break in August
– one week Pentecost holiday in spring term
Full time load: 20-30 ECTS
1 Credit = 1-2 class hours
1 Course = 2-8 credits
Minimum course enrollment for exchange students: 3 courses
Maximum course enrollment for exchange students: 30 credits (around 10 courses)
Special Exchange Programs: Bodensee Summer School in August
Students can choose from a variety of English and German taught classes.
English taught classes: level B1/B2
German taugth classes: level B1/B2″
PROCEDURE & RELATED DOCUMENTS
In order to apply to HTWG as an inbound exchange student, students from Shanghai Jiao Tong University must submit the following documents to the International Office of their home university:
• International Exchange Student Application Form
• Student residence hall application
• Copy of passport
• Financial proof for the whole academic period at HTWG (minimum: € 670 per month)
• Curriculum Vitae (CV) / resume
• Academic transcript and list of current coursework
• Letter of interest
• 2 passport pictures
• German language certificate (indicating the student’s German language level ) if necessary for the study abroad period
See also for downloads: http://www.htwg-konstanz.de/Application-Process.1063.0.html
Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s International Office will forward the complete application documents to the International Office of HTWG Konstanz.
German health insurance obligatory for all students (we will help students to purchase a German health insurance during the Orientation Program)
On – Campus accommodation is guaranteed, 250-350 Euro per month
Off- Campus : 300-400 Euro per month
Meals: 150 Euro
Accommodation: 250-350 Euro
Personal expenses: 200 Euro
Health insurance: 80 Euro
Residence hall registration: 50 Euro (one time fee)
Student service fee: 80 Euro (one time fee)
Residence permit: 100 Euro (one time fee)
Transportation: 52 Euro (one time fee, if needed)
Refundable deposit for housing: 500 Euro
Total: 680-780 Euro per month + 282 Euro for one time fees
Students should apply for a “(national) visa for longer stays” according to “Art. 18 Schengener Durchführungsabkommen”
Students who need a student visa for Germany receive the following documents from HTWG´s International Office for the visa application:
• Formal invitation letter
• Admission to HTWG
• A statement exempting you from the prerequisite German language certificate, if necessary.
For details please refer to our website: http://www.htwg-konstanz.de/Administrative-Issues.1065.0.html
Technische Universität München
TUM combines top-class facilities for cutting-edge research with unique learning opportunities for 37,343 students. TUM scientists are committed to finding solutions to the major challenges facing society as we move forward: Health & Nutrition • Energy & Natural Resources • Environment & Climate • Information & Communications • Mobility & Infrastructure. TUM thinks and acts with an entrepreneurial spirit. Its aim is ambitious: to create lasting value for society through excellence in education and research, the active promotion of next-generation talent and a strong entrepreneurial spirit. All of which combine to make TUM one of Europe’s leading universities.
Website of University: www.tum.de
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.international.tum.de/en/welcome-to-tum/
Summer: April – September
Winter: October – March
Online Academic Calendar Website: http://www.tum.de/en/studies/application-and-acceptance/dates-and-deadlines/
Summer: 31st of October
Winter: 15st of May
Nomination -> Online Application
Course Enrollment for Exchange Students: 20 ECTS credits recommended
Course Finder Website: https://campus.tum.de/tumonline/webnav.ini
Full coverage for students is around €76-78 monthly.
STUDENT VISA APPLICATIONS
Applicants from non-EU nations require a student visa to study in Germany.Students who need a visa must apply for this at least 2 months prior to their departure at the embassy or consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany in their home country.
ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES
Approx 1,000-1650 per semester
The “Studentenwerk” (Munich-based Student Association) only allocates a limited number of rooms to the International Center of TUM which can therefore only offer accommodation to one in nine exchange students. However, we try to send students coming under the “TUMexchange” program at least one room offer.
In case we cannot offer a room due to high demand, we will send out an email in July (for summer term）
Name: Juan Guo-Prasch
RWTH Aachen University
RWTH Aachen University is a place where the future of our industrialised world is thought out. The University is proving to be a hotspot with increasing international recognition where innovative answers to global challenges are developed.
Website for incoming exchange student:
Special Exchange Programs (summer opportunities)
Spring Semester: 20
Spring: March 31st
Fall: November 30th
English Language Proficiency: B1 level according to CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference): TOEFL: 80/ibt, 550/pbt, IELTS: 6.0
For courses taught in German: German Language Proficiency: CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference): B1 level
No on-campus accommodation. For on-campus accommodation: http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Studium/Vor-dem-Studium/~egp/Wohnen-in-Aachen/?lidx=1
Name: Ms. Antonia Vietz, Coordinator for Incoming Exchange Students
University of Stuttgart
The University of Stuttgart is situated in the middle of a highly dynamic economic region with a worldwide reputation for excellence in the fields of mobile and information technology, production, process engineering as well as in life sciences. The University of Stuttgart was founded in 1829, at the beginning of the industrial age in Europe, and has celebrated its 175-th anniversary in 2004. The cooperation between technical, physical and human sciences has always been an advantage of the University of Stuttgart. Today the university is a modern, achievement-orientated institution with a comprehensive range of subjects and a focus on technical and physical disciplines. The maxim is not only „job-qualification“, but “technology, knowledge and education for people“, as the motto of the University of Stuttgart says.
Website of University: http://www.uni-stuttgart.de/home/index.en.html
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.ia.uni-stuttgart.de/internat/studierende/index.en.html
1 Credit = depending on faculty
1 Course= depending on faculty1 Credit = depending on faculty
1 Course= depending on faculty
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 6 courses
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: 8 courses
Course Finder Website: http://www.ia.uni-stuttgart.de/internat/bewerber/master/index.en.html
Summer Semester: November 1
Winter Semester: May 1
Students must provide a proof of German proficiency which corresponds to at least A 2 and consent to participate in the intensive German course at the Universität Stuttgart (no. 3)
If student’s German is below B1, then the university additionally require a proof of English proficiency of at least B1.
3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES
Step 1: Registration for the exchange program (Deadline: November 1st)
Step 2: Online application for admission via C@MPUS (Deadline: December 1st)
4. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
1) Higher education entrance certificate (e.g. secondary school leaving certificate, high school diploma, Gao Kao, baccalauréat)
2) Transcript of records from your home university
3) Proof of German proficiency (obligatory) and proof of English proficiency.
Information will be provided by the IZ after your arrival. If you participate in the intensive German course previous to the lecture period, we strongly recommend you to take out travel health insurance for the period of March or September. (The student health insurance in Germany covers medical fees for visiting a doctor/dentist, hospital expenses and medicines.)
The Office of International Affairs can arrange housing for the visiting program students from overseas in student dorms on request. Further information on how to apply online for student housing will be e-mailed to successful applicants upon receipt of their application. As the allocation of dormitory rooms is done by the Studierendenwerk Stuttgart (organisation managing the dormitories) we do not have any influence concerning the location or the exact price category of the allocated rooms. Prices vary from 240 EUR to 400 EUR. Be aware that your application is binding, should you withdraw less than 30 days before the contract is due to begin, you will have to pay the first month’s rent. Please note: You will have to transfer a deposit in advance; otherwise your dorm room will be cancelled.
3. ESTIMAED LIVING EXPENSES
About 700 EUR/ month
Please refer to the attached document for detailed information.
4. VISA REQUIREMENTS
Students from non-EU countries other than mentioned above have to apply for a visa at the German consulate of their home country approximately 6 months previous to their arrival in Stuttgart.
Advisor for Incoming Exchange Students from OVERSEAS
Ms. Margot Schenker
University of Bonn
The University of Bonn was founded almost 200 years ago and is considered to be one of Germany’s and indeed Europe’s most important institutes of higher education. As home of learning to over 34,000 students, we enjoy an outstanding reputation both at home and abroad.
The University of Bonn is one of the world’s leading research based Universities and therefore it is no surprise that we operate on an international level. We particularly specialize in the fields of research and teaching and this has led to our evolving into the position of a truly prominent international institution.
Official website: www.uni-bonn.de
Website for inbound exchange students: www.studyabroad.uni-bonn.de
School Calendar: www.studyabroad.uni-bonn.de > Academic Calendar
Spring: Orientation Course begins: March 02; Classes Begin April 11
Fall: Orienttaion Course begins September 7; Classes Begin October 19
2019-2020 Academic Year: 10
Spring: November 30
Fall: May 31
Students from all fields of study can apply after having completed at least 1 year of study at university level.
Generally, only applications officially sent by partner institutions of the University of Bonn will be accepted. For the nominated students: Please follow the instructions listed at www.studyabroad.uni-bonn.de > Application
On Arrival Day we will have a representative of a German insurance company present. We encourage students to sign their health insurance with this public insurance company which will sum up to approx. 80€ per month.
On – Campus: Approx. costs per month in Euros 200 – 350.00
Off- Campus: Approx. costs per month in Euros 300 – 450.00
Approx. costs per month in Euros 600-750.00
We have an appointment at the Immigration Office after the arrival of all exchange students and assist students with the documents. Visa Application Fee is approx. 100-130€.
For information on scholarships, please check the following link: http://www3.uni-bonn.de/studium/studium-in-bonn-fuer-internationale-studierende/betreuung-auslaendischer-studierender/scholarships-for-bachelor-state-exam-diploma-and-master-programs
Name: Christina Timpernagel
Heidelberg University sees itself as a research university with a strong international orientation. Besides enhancing its disciplinary strengths, the University places special emphasis on maintaining the dialogue across traditional subject boundaries.
Website of University: http://www.uni-heidelberg.de/index_e.html
Website for inbound exchange students:http://www.uniheidelberg.de/courses/prospective/admission_int/guide/online_guide_index.html
Online Academic Calendar Website: http://www.uni-heidelberg.de/courses/date/dates.html
A full-time course load amounts to 30 ECTS per semester.
The Faculty of Medicine is not open to exchange students.
Limited access to English taught MA Courses (admission needs to be negotiated with the relevant department on individual basis).
Exchange students have a relatively free choice in selecting the classes they want to take. Information on the courses offered in the following semester is published online a few months before the lecture period starts at: http://lsf.uni-heidelberg.de/
Students should have good academic standing.
As the majority of course at Heidelberg University are taught in German students are required to have a solid command of German (at least level B 2!)
2. APPLICATION PROCEDURES
2) Application form for housing (if desired)
3) Application form for admission to the preparatory German language course (if participation is desired)
Health insurance is compulsory for all Heidelberg University students. Students must either have sufficient insurance from their country of residence or take out health insurance in Germany. We strongly recommend that students purchase as some policies from home may not cover all situations or may only reimburse for the amount that a procedure or treatment would have cost at home. Student health insurance in Germany is rather cheap (it costs about E 470 per semester) and includes visits to the doctor and dentist, prescription medicine, hospital treatment (excluding a small basic charge) and some therapeutic treatments.
Student residences at Heidelberg University are administered by the Studentenwerk, an independent organisation providing various services to the student population. The International Office cooperates closely with the Studentenwerk and tries to secure rooms in student residences for international exchange students coming to Heidelberg. However, there is no guarantee that students can be placed in a dormitory as the number of available rooms is very limited (only 14 per cent of all Heidelberg students can be housed in student residences).
Students usually stay in single rooms sharing kitchen and bathrooms in groups of 2 – 4, or in dormitories with kitchens and bathrooms on each floor. There is also a small number of single apartments available. The residences are located in different parts of the city and very close to public transport. Shopping areas are usually nearby. More detailed information about Studentenwerk student residences (including pictures of each residence) is available on-line at http://www.studentenwerk.uni-heidelberg.de. Exchange students are welcome to suggest their favorite choice of residence but – given the limited availability of rooms – there is limited chance that the Studentenwerk can pay full attention to individual requests. If students choose to stay off-campus, it will be the individual student´s responsibility to make their accommodation arrangements.
3． ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES
On average, the cost of living and studying in Heidelberg comes to about € 675 – € 800 per month (including rent for a dorm room)
4． VISA REQUIREMENTS
All passport holders must apply for a Student Visa at the local German embassy in order to study in Heidelberg
Exchange Program Coordinator
Tracy Chan (CHAN, Chun-Mei)