Exchange during the Bachelor’s programme
All international bachelor’s study programmes require you to study abroad for at least one semester.
The school has 140 exchange contracts with universities and institutions in 38 countries worldwide.
Exchange during the Master’s programme
For more information, click here
Click on one of the lists below to find out more about our highly reputable partners worldwide:
- List of SBE Partner Universities
- List of AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accreditations SBE partner universities
- List of European partner universities
- List of Non-European partner universities
There is also a list of available places per semester, please click on the relevant semester under Outgoing bachelor students; however, this may not include all universities that are in the lists above.
The selection procedure for studying abroad works on your average grade in your first year of study. This means that:
- the average grade is based on the first-chance, first-year course grades (excluding skills training);
- the lowest first-chance first-year course grade is not taken into consideration (in other words, the average grade is based on the grades of seven first-opportunity, first-year courses);
- the average grade is calculated to two decimal places.
The selection procedure for studying abroad takes place approximately one year before the exchange. In November/December, the autumn semester students are selected; in May/June, the spring semester.
For detailed information, please click on the relevant semester under Outgoing bachelor students.
If you need advice on study abroad, please contact the International Relations Office (IRO) officers at the Information Desk during IRO open office hours(10:00 – 11:30), where you can also make a personal appointment. Questions can be sent via SurfYourSelf.
For more information, please visit the International Relations Office.