Incoming students must be selected by their home institution and the HfG must be officially notified by the International Office or SOCRATES Coordinator of the students which they have selected to send to the HfG. The admission decision will be made by the faculties within five weeks.
The student is required to fill the following forms and send it to Claire Garnier per email (only!):
- application form
- Learning agreement (list of courses chosen- only for Erasmus students)
- cv and covering letter
- portfolio (all formats accepted)
Our professors will advise the students about the most appropriate courses during the introduction week.
The home institution has to nominate its student(s) by 15th October for the summer semester and by 15th April for the winter semester.
The deadlines for incoming students to register for an exchange semester is 1st November for the following summer semester and 1st May for the following winter semester. The same deadlines apply to Learning Agreements. Please use the standard ECTS/Learning Agreement student application form.
If you want to apply for an exchange semester and come from a country outside of Europe and you can account for excellent academic results you may apply for a "Baden-Württemberg-Stipendium", a scholarship from the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. Read more.
means "Mentoring OSTwürttemberg – Kooperative Integration Nicht-Deutscher" and gives international students a first virtual contact point in their new study and living environment. MOST KIND offers additional language courses, an excursion programme and information about the region. Read more.
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