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Outgoings - ways to go abroad

Hardly anything can shape and change life as much as a stay abroad. The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering offers you a variety of opportunities to take advantage of this chance. In addition to longer stays in the form of double degree programs or an Erasmus exchange, there are also numerous opportunities for all those students who cannot or do not want to go abroad for one or two semesters, for example within the framework of a summer school or an internship. On this page you will find an overview of the different ways to go abroad as part of your studies.

Possibilities of a stay abroad at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Database on already recognised modules.

Information about the database: A database is currently being developed containing modules from various international universities which have already been recognized at Leibniz University Hannover during the stay abroad. In the future, the database should support the selection of modules.


Scholarship for your stay abroad

In order to enable students of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering to study at a foreign university, the Dr. Jürgen und Irmgard Ulderup Stiftung awards 10 to 15 scholarships abroad twice a year. Support is provided for integrated studies abroad, project or final theses and internships abroad. Stays abroad by doctoral students are expressly not supported.

The scholarships are awarded upon personal application within the framework of a twice-yearly selection process and are limited to a maximum of one year. Applicants should be in the main study stage of one of the degree programmes offered by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (including Industrial Engineering with a specialisation in Mechanical Engineering).

The amount of the scholarship depends on the respective requirements and is determined individually for each application on the basis of a detailed cost breakdown. Applications can be made for flat-rate amounts for living expenses as well as for the assumption of tuition fees, costs for administrative expenses (visa fees etc.) and travel expenses.

For more information, please see our scholarships page or contact the exchange coordinator Dr Mareike Müller at mareike.mueller@maschinenbau.uni-hannover.de.


Dr. Mareike Müller
Exchange Coordinator
An der Universität 1
30823 Garbsen
An der Universität 1
30823 Garbsen