Study abroad - From Bayreuth out into the world!
Are you interested in a stay abroad during your geography studies? From the classic semester abroad to summer schools to research stays abroad and even at home at the institute there are numerous possibilities. We are happy to advise you!
"Study abroad" coordination:
Prof. Dr. Anke Jentsch, email@example.com, 0921-552290, office hours by appointment (preferably in WiSe Monday 10-12 a.m. and in SuSe Wednesday 8-10 a.m.)
Student mobility tutors: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in a stay in Ukraine, Poland or the Czech Republic:
Nicolai Teufel, email@example.com, 0921-554638, office hours by arrangement
Further contact persons as well as information about central information events can be found on the pages of the International Office.
All information and links can also be found on this page.
Study abroad - for many this is synonymous with the "classic" ERASMUS semester. But there are also numerous possibilities beyond this. The good news is that the whole world is open to you, because a semester abroad can - with a little planning - be completed at any university.
Prof. Dr. Anke Jentsch is the coordinator in the Earth Sciences for the ERASMUS program. More information about
- ERASMUS program
- BayHOST scholarships for East Central Europe
- International Study Programs
can be found here.
No matter if it is a compulsory or an elective internship, if it is one month or one year - there are numerous possibilities to organize and finance an internship abroad. The best known are certainly the programs of the DAAD, IAESTE und RISE. Beyond that there are even more attractive possibilities.
Language courses and international summer schools
Where could you learn a language or understand contexts better than on site? Besides the well known DAAD and PROMOS programs there are several other possibilities for this.
Internationalization at home
At the Institute of Geography and the University of Bayreuth there are also numerous opportunities to establish international contacts.
Important in this context is also the page of the International Office of the University of Bayreuth.