Subject: Sociology (M.A.) | Political Science (B.A. | M.A.)
Focus: Sociology of Work, Immigration Studies, Social Dynamics, Development Anthropology
ERASMUS-Code: B LIEGE01
Disclaimer: Please note that the Liège Université requires students to take courses with 25 - 35 ETCS per semester.
Subject: Politikwissenschaft (B.A. | M.A. | Ph.D.)
Focus: International Relations, Peace and Conflict Studies
ERASMUS-Code: UK SOUTHAM01
Disclaimer: Applications are currently only possible, with reservations) for students focusing on International Relations.
Subject: Political Science (B.A. | M.A.)
Focus: International Relations, Development Studies
ERASMUS-Code: I BOLOGNA01
Disclaimer: Students will have to take at least 50 percent of the exams on the campus of Ravenna!
Subject: Sociology (B.A. | M.A.) | Political Science (B.A. | M.A.)
Focus: International Relations, Security Politics, Cultural and Social Anthropology
ERASMUS-Code: E MADRID03
Subject: Sociology (B.A.), Political Science (B.A.)
Focus: Social Work
ERASMUS-Code: E VALENCI01
Disclaimer: At least half of the selected courses (course offer mainly Spanish) need to be taken at the Faculty of Social Work.
Subject: Sociology (B.A., advanced | M.A.) | Political Science (B.A., advanced | M.A. | Ph.D.)
Focus: Gender Studies (for Sociology)
Subject: Political Theory (M.A.)
Please note that the exchange places of this cooperation are not allocated by the Department of International Relations, but by the Joint Examination Board of the Universities of Frankfurt and Darmstadt for the Master's program in Political Theory. All information about the call for applications can be found here (German).
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Subject: Political Theory (M.A.)
Please note that the cooperation is managed by the Institute of Political Science of TU Darmstadt. However, exchange places are also open for students of the Master's program in Political Theory. Exchange places are not allocated by the Department of International Relations, but by the Joint Examination Board of the Universities of Frankfurt and Darmstadt for the Master's program in Political Theory. All information about the call for applications can be found here (German).
There are various options for funding your study abroad. Semesters abroad within the framework of existing Erasmus+ exchange agreements with the more than 80 European partner universities of the Faculty 03 are generally funded. Erasmus+ offers the opportunity to study, learn and gain practical experience abroad. It also serves to promote cultural exchange, understanding and networking in Europe. More information about the funding that Erasmus+ offers can be found on the Global Office website.
In addition, there are cooperations of the Faculty of Social Sciences with universities worldwide, independent of the Erasmus+ program, through which you can spend a semester abroad without or by paying reduced tuition fees. There are several funding options for these exchange agreements, however they must be organized by the students themselves. These include the Fulbright scholarships abroad, the PROMOS scholarship and other DAAD offers.
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