Let’s Go Abroad! - With Additional Funding from the DAAD
Thanks to numerous exchange programmes with foreign universities, the Faculty of Business and Economics offers its students a wide range of opportunities to give their studies an international focus. Within the framework of these co-operations, there are no tuition fees for students at foreign universities. Furthermore, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) also supports many of the faculty's exchange programmes.
The exchange with the Lomonosov Moscow State University and the St. Petersburg State University of Economics is supported by the DAAD's "Go East" programme. For example, scholarships are awarded for one-semester stays at partner universities, travelling allowances are paid and costs for language courses are covered. The individual scholarships for students are applied for by the faculty.
- Exchange programme with the Faculty of Economic Sciences of Lomonosov Moskow State University
- Exchange programme with the Faculty of Economic Sciences of Saint Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance
The DAAD supports exchanges with Fudan University in China and Stellenbosch University in South Africa as part of its programme for international study and training partnerships (ISAP programme). Each year, scholarships for six Göttingen students to spend a semester at one of the partner universities are available for each programme. In return, six students each from Fudan and Stellenbosch can study for one semester in Göttingen and also receive a scholarship. In addition, the programme includes an exchange of lecturers.
At university level, the DAAD promotes, for example, exchange programmes with universities in India ("Passage to India") as well as in Ghent/ Belgium, Groningen/ Netherlands and Uppsala/ Sweden (U4 network). They are also open to students of the Faculty of Business and Economics. Finally, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) supports students’ stays abroad in general (study visits, internships or language courses abroad, etc.) with its programme to increase the mobility of German students (PROMOS).