Studying Abroad - Information for Outgoings

An extended stay abroad such as studying abroad offers many advantages and enriches your academic experience by:

  • Complementing your technical knowledge through an interesting course
  • Learning a foreign language
  • Gaining international experience
  • Making friends with students across the world


For students studying economics who want to work for an international company or organization, spending a semester abroad is an important asset. The Faculty of Business and Economics currently offers 88 exchange programmes in 37 countries.

For students of the Faculty of Business and Economics there are three different types of exchange programmes: the Erasmus programme of the Faculty's Department of Business Administration and Economics, worldwide Faculty programmes, and worldwide exchange programmes of Göttingen University (for all faculties). Please note that there are different application deadlines for these programmes.


  • World-wide faculty programmes

    Partnerships beyond Europe. Applications are accepted every semester. The deadline to commence studies for the following winter semester is on January 15, and the deadline for the following summer semester is on June 15.

    List of programmes



Student support:

If you would like to study abroad, our office fully supports you. The first point of contact is the Study Abroad Advisory Office (Auslandsstudienberatung) at the Student Service Centre. You can find the contact information on the right-hand column of this page. Staff members are well informed about the programmes and can assist you in organizing and preparing for your going abroad.

Every semester, our office holds multiple information sessions where we present our exchange programmes across various regions of the world (North America, Asia, Europe, etc.). Former exchange students also share their experiences as well.

What we offer:


Upon your return, we encourage you to share your study abroad experiences with your fellow students, and offer some formal channels to do so, such as at the information sessions, through the buddy programmes, or in your reports about your experiences abroad.