Uni Konstanz Erasmus Learning Agreement

Note: The stay must be made under an “inter-institutional agreement” between the University of Constance and a partner university. These agreements are negotiated by the division coordinators. Partnerships are usually initiated by teachers and teachers, but students can also initiate them. #wirbleibeninternational – Grey fog in Constance, in Siena the sun shines. Thank you Alejandro for these beautiful photos and impressions of your current place of study. #erasmus #studyabroad #wegeinsAusland The Erasmus programme consists of technical agreements (inter-institutional agreements) between the different departments of partner universities and the University of Constance. The University of Constance is your interlocutor for the organisation and financing of your stay – you do not need to apply to the European Commission or DAAD. The coordinators of the Erasmus department maintain contacts between partner universities. You can find out with information about individual partner universities, their current application procedures and local housing, help you contact former exchange participants, etc. This is why the coordinators of the departments are also responsible for the appointment of students for exchanges at partner universities. The International Office is responsible for coordinating departmental exchange activities, informing departments and students of the Erasmus programme and managing the planned resources.

If there are “comprehensive” internships, the International Office can help you find an appropriate match: please contact your insurance agency in advance for more information. Legal health insurance funds have provisions in the EU (z.B CEVK – European Health Insurance Card). Organized students currently offer free legal advice, a bike repair shop and a student cafĂ©. A student beer garden on campus and a bike rental service are operated by an independent association (of friends). Due to the absence of new agreements, traditional responsibilities, which are generally assumed by student representatives in other states, remain, according to the LHG, at the Studentenwerk Seezeit in Baden-Wuerttemberg. This applies in particular to the issuance of the semi-annual ticket (study ticket) and the advice of the BAf-G.B.