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In each academic year, students of the Faculty of Law have the opportunity to study law for one semester (usually the winter semester) or two semesters at one of the foreign partner universities (in London a stay is only possible for a full academic year). The selected students receive a scholarship (mobility grant) of between 300 and 450 euros for max. 10 months. Through the ERASMUS programme, students can be sponsored up to three times: once during the state examination, a second time as part of a master's programme, and finally as a doctoral student for the third time.

In addition to the ERASMUS partnerships, there are also other university partnerships worldwide. Students can apply for stays at partner universities in the US, China and India. Students interested in these countries can apply to Department 9 / Internationales for a PROMOS scholarship. Every year, there is the opportunity to receive a DAAD-sponsored scholarship to study abroad at the partner university in Beijing.

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Podcast on Studying Abroad (with Dr. Jan Kruse)

From parties, palm trees and sandy beaches to snow and northern lights - studying abroad can have many facets. Dr. Jan Kruse is the managing director of the Centre for International Relations of the Faculty of Law and therefore an expert for any question regarding studying abroad. Together with him, we take a look at the great time that awaits you during your studies in a foreign country and the most important points to consider when planning.

The podcast is available on the following platforms:

- Spotify

- Google Podcasts

- Apple Podcasts

- Anchor