Once you have received your application from the International Office, you will receive an email confirming the receipt of your application and its completeness. Your application will then be forwarded to the program coordinator of your wish, who will then review the learning agreement and make a decision about your admission to the program. If you are approved by your desired person, the International Office will send you a letter of acceptance and the signed learning agreement. Please note that it takes about 4 weeks to process your application at the Dresden TU and can sometimes take longer. The Erasmus contact person can help you select courses and set up your learning agreement. As a general rule, they are the person who signs your apprenticeship agreement. During your studies, they can give you information about enrolling in the exam at the university or faculty concerned. At the end of your studies, you can help yourself with the Transcript of Records. In some cases, courses may be taught in English. First of all, if you intend to enroll at the University of Dresden for a master`s degree in English. In addition, projects and other contracts can be written in English when an agreement can be reached with the relevant faculty. If you intend to complete your studies in English, you must provide proof of proficiency in this B1/B2 language (excluding mother tongue).
However, basic knowledge of German is highly recommended! Yes, depending on the situation, the summer semester 2021 can again be planned as a hybrid semester with a parallel offer of personal and online offers. This will be decided on the basis of the situation. At the TU in Dresden, there is no deadline for exchange students. Please send us the nominations as soon as possible. If possible, you will submit applications for exchange studies before the end of January 2021. (We also accept subsequent applications for the 2021 summer semester for exchange studies at THE TUD.) If you do not yet have a language certificate, simply confirm the level of language issued by the university or the language teacher. You`ll find all the information about the app below. Bulgaria, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary Monthly subsidy 2020/21: 330 euros One in four jobs in Germany depends on exports. As a result, experienced and cosmopolitan collaborators are required.
If you can negotiate in English or French and you know the other legal and business systems, you have an asset up your sleeve during the job interview.