Students at our ERASMUS+ partner universities prepare for their studies in Wuerzburg together with the team of the International Office of their home university. It is important that the International Office nominates the respective applicant and then sends us the application documents before the application deadline.
Students who are not studying at one of our ERASMUS+ partner universities, but are enrolled at a university in the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Norway, Switzerland or Turkey, please contact the International Office of your university. If possible, we then initiate an ERASMUS+ partnership together with our colleagues. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee every student a cooperation agreement for studies at our university, as we receive many more ERASMUS+ applications every year than we can accept.
The following application documents must be submitted to the International Office of the University of Music Wuerzburg:
- AEC Application Form
- Learning Agreement
- Link to a recording with about 15 minutes of music (at least 3 different styles)
- Curriculum vitae (in German or English)
- Letter of motivation (in German or English)
- Transcript of Records (in German or English)
- Proof of language skills in German (at least B2 CEFR) or in English (at least B2 CEFR)
Important: Only applications sent to us in due time by the International Office of the home university will be accepted. The application documents can be submitted both via e-mail and by post. The application deadline is the 15 March of each year for both semesters of the coming academic year.
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The entire selection process can take up to several weeks. We will inform the ERASMUS+ coordinators and applicants by e-mail between April and May at the latest whether we can offer a place for the desired length of stay. Applicants, who have been accepted for ERASMUS+, should confirm their place by the beginning of June at the latest.
Students, who are interested in studying as an ERASMUS+ student at the University of Music Wuerzburg, should gather information about the courses offered at the university before applying. Specifically for ERASMUS+ students, an ECTS system has been developed to facilitate the accreditation of academic achievements. (Fore more detailed information please check out the study plan for ERASMUS+ and exchange students on the right.)
The language of instruction at the University of Music Wuerzburg is German. Applied lessons in the principal instrument as well as lessons in small groups can also be held in English by arrangement.
If you have any questions about ERASMUS+ at the University of Music Wuerzburg, please do not hesitate to contact the IO team!