Every year we welcome students from over 20 partner universities from across Europe as part of the Erasmus+ program to study with us for one or two semesters. Incoming students can visit courses from our high-quality study bachelor’s and master’s program. Many of these courses are offered in English. Twenty-six research and teaching areas cover a broad range of topics and current issues in business administration and economics. As a department, we strive to combine practical orientation with a strong theoretical and methodological foundation to help prepare our students for management tasks at an internationally competitive level. You can find out more about our study programs here.
TU Dortmund University, with its 17 departments spread out over a north and a south campus, has over 30.000 students and 300 professors. One of its cooperations that may be of particular interest to exchange students is the University Alliance Ruhr (UA Ruhr), in which the university joined forces with the University of Duisburg-Essen and Ruhr-University Bochum. You can find out more about TU Dortmund University here.
Our International Office is ready to help you with any organizational matters regarding your stay at TU Dortmund University. You can find information about the application process, housing and language courses, but also about many of the highlights TU Dortmund University and Dortmund can offer you. They also provide very useful checklists to help you organize your stay.
At the Department of Business and Economics, we want to help you with the academic aspects of your exchange semester. In the links below you will find information that is helpful to you when planning your semester, while you are here and when you are ready to return to your home university.
- Before your stay - here you will find information about the courses we offer and what to consider when preparing your learning agreement.
- During your stay - our department offers a student mentor system, the buddy system, where some of our students will welcome you here in Dortmund and help you with your stay. Here, you can also find out more about how to plan your study schedule.
- Exams - you can find out more on how to register and deregister from exams, when and where exams are held and how you will receive your results.
- Getting ready to say goodbye - here we offer you information on the documents you will need upon your return home.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Department Erasmus Coordinator Dr. Debra Hanning or the International Office.