The Faculty of Social Sciences has set itself the goal of promoting the mobility of its students. Study-related stays abroad aim at different dimensions of your competence expansion: professional competence, language competence and intercultural competence. These can have a positive effect on your individual course of study and your employment prospects:
The paths that can take you abroad for a limited time during your studies are very diverse! Would you like to study abroad? This is possible both through the Erasmus+ program of the European Union and through the direct exchange programs of Goethe University. You can also apply as a self-organized freemover at universities around the world. Would you like to use your stay abroad to gain practical work experience? Then an internship abroad could be the right thing for you! Do you only want to spend a few weeks abroad during the semester break? You can get to know another country in a short period of time trough summer / winter schools and study trips and continue your education at the same time!
By the way: there are also opportunities for doctoral students, lecturers, and university staff to apply for funded stays abroad.
You have already taken the first step towards a successful start to studying abroad! We present numerous possibilities for students to go abroad on our website, but also provide information about the application process for an Erasmus+ stay, answer frequently asked questions about the learning agreement, offer an overview of the possibilities for recognition of academic achievements abroad, provide information about current developments in the international field and put together additional helpful tips and links.
You can also contact the International DepartmentDepartment of International Relations at the faculty personally: Write us an email or come to our open office hours, which you can find on the right. Further information and advice is on the website of the Global Office of the Goethe University.
International Relations Management and Erasmus+-Coordination
Dr. Anke Reinhold
Tel.: +49 (0)69 798-36571
PEG Room 2G. 134
Open consultation hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 11 am – 1 pm and online by appointment via email to email@example.com.
During the semester break, office hours are held on Tuesdays from 11 am – 1 pm.
Faculty of Social Sciences
Campus Westend, PEG building
60323 Frankfurt am Main