International cooperation at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences is integrated into an international scientific network through close cooperation and numerous research projects.
The student exchange programs at European level play a particularly important role here. The ERASMUS program of the European Union (EU) offers students the opportunity to spend a semester of their main studies in another European country.
Click here to go to the central Erasmus pages of HHU with all the important informaton for incomings and outgoings.
For subject-specific questions please contact the Erasmus coordinator of the respectice department.
Thank you for your interest in an internship abroad with the Erasmus+ programme. Here you can find more information about an internship abroad with Erasmus+ as a student of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
Erasmus+ Internship is an EU-funded programme that supports internships in other European countries for a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 6 months. A trilateral contract (Training Agreement) is concluded between the intern, the International Office and the desired internship abroad.
Below you will find information about the internship programme as well as the application procedure.
General information about the Erasmus+ internship can be found on the International Office page. If you have any questions in this regard, please contact the International Office staff member in charge (Link: https://www.hhu.de/internationales/profil/erasmus-an-der-hhu/erasmus-praktikum).
Selection criteria of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences:
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences selects from several applications according to the following criteria:
- Letter of motivation
- academic performance
- Language skills
- Overall impression
If you have any subject-specific questions about the Erasmus+ placement and the selection criteria, please contact the Erasmus representatives of the subjects.