ERASMUS INCOMING – MOBILITÄT
The information below is for music students who are studying at one of our partner institutions. Find out if your institution is one of our regular partners.
If you are studying at an institution that does not already have an exchange agreement with us, please contact your International Office first. Our institution receives far more exchange applications than we can accept from current partners, which means that we may not be able to sign up with additional institutions.
Incoming students are expected to be competent in English or German at a minimum of level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Select your courses in our course catalogue.
We have developed an ECTS system for incomings which we send to the incomings once they have been accepted by our Institution and once they have confirmed their Erasmus place in Wuerzburg.
Courses are taught in German. The communication language for individual lessons and smaller groups, however, can be adapted to your need upon mutual agreement.
Erasmus Application Documents
- AEC Application Form
- Learning Agreement
- Academic Transcript
- CV (in German or English)
- Letter of Motivation (in German or English)
- Proof of Language Skills in either German (at least B2) or English (at least B2)
- Audition Link/CD/DVD or composition portfolio with at least three contrasting pieces of music (approx. 15-20 min. in total)
March 15 for the following academic study year (winter semester and/or summer semester).
Exchange students must be nominated by their home institution. Erasmus application documents should be sent to our International Office by the Erasmus coordinator of your International Office by the above mentioned deadline.
We inform the Erasmus Coordinators between April and May whether we may offer an Erasmus place to their applicants. Applicants who are accepted by our institution will have to confirm their acceptation until the beginning of June at the latest.