Incomings - Partner Mobility

Welcome to students from all over the world who are interested in studying a semester in either English or German.The International Office of the DHBW Heilbronn will provide you with all the necessary information.

 Incomings

DHBW Heilbronn cordially welcomes students from all over the world who are interested in studying a semester in either English or German.

If you plan to take courses in English, please refer to the website of our Junior Program.
Here you have the opportunity to obtain state-of-the-art knowledge in international business and to learn how you, as a leader, can effectively apply concepts, techniques and models to improve the decision making process. There you also find information on curriculum, course catalog and practical information on how to apply, language requirements and visa regulations. You find application forms and other necessary documents under Downloads and Links.

An essential part of this program are our intercultural activities and excursions that strengthen social and team building skills and give you a profound knowledge of Germany as an economic global player and the region of Heilbronn as a place of innovation and knowledge.

If you are interested in studying a semester in German at DHBW Heilbronn please contact the international office at international@heilbronn.dhbw.de for more information. We will advise and guide you according to the study program in which you intend to participate, get you into contact with individual professors who specialize in your main fields of interest, give you an updated version of curricula and course choices and provide you with practical tips for your stay in Heilbronn. For visa regulations, housing and insurance please refer to the English website of the Junior Program.

This list provides you with an overview of our partner universities which participate in the Erasmus+ Program.

Orientation Week

In order to speed up the process of integrating our international incoming students into campus life and of introducing them to their fellow students early on, the Junior Program starts with an orientation week.

During this time, we organize different events that support team building and allow the international incomings to become familiar with Heilbronn and the region. Guided tours through the city as well as the surrounding vineyards, plus day trips to neighboring cities create a profound sense of Heilbronn and its significance for the region and of the federal state of Baden-Wuerttemberg in general. In this week we also take care of all the administrative work e.g. registration at city hall, bank accounts, and other administrative details, so students can focus on the academic as well as extramural excursions early on.

Diana Söhner

Erasmus-Coordinator

Raum: B 3.19

E-Mail Tel 07131 1237-179