Outgoing – Study abroad at a university which is not a partner university
It is also possible to study at a university which is currently not one of the partner universities of SRH Hochschule Berlin. This, however, requires more effort on your part. So how do you go about it? Take a look at this step-by-step guide:
1. Decide which country/city you would like to study in and research the local universities to find the one that best fits your needs.
2. To ensure that the university of your choice meets the quality and academic standards of SRH Hochschule Berlin, make sure that the university is accredited (H+ status at www.anabin.de).
3. Contact the International Office of the university of your choice to inquire about the study abroad possibilities as well as the requirements. Request the application documents, course lists and course descriptions and find out about the application deadline.
4. The courses which you will take at the university abroad must correspond to the classes that you would take during that same semester at SRH Hochschule Berlin (except for students in their AKM general studies semester). This applies to the content of the courses as well as the credit points which you will earn. Compare the curriculum of the host university to the curriculum of SRH Hochschule Berlin to identify eligible classes at the host university. Contact your Study Programme Director / Academic Coordinator for assistance with your class choices. Keep in mind that we guarantee that the classes that you successfully completed abroad will count towards your SRH degree only if your class choices were approved by the SRH Examination Board before the beginning of your semester abroad.
5. Submit your complete application by the application deadline directly to the host university.
6. Prepare your Examination Board application form and submit it to the Examination Board. Contact the Examination Office should you need assistance.
7. Once you completed your studies abroad, submit your transcript from the host university to the Examination Office to request the conversion of your grades.
Unfortunately, students who study at a university which is not one of our European partner universities do not qualify for financial support through the ERASMUS+ programme. This means that you may not be paid an ERASMUS+ stipend. Furthermore, you will have to pay tuition fees at both SRH Hochschule Berlin and, if your host university charges tuition fees, pay those as well. However, other financial support options, such as Auslands-BAFöG, may be available to you.
March 2016: The application deadline for the academic year 2016/2017 (winter semester 2016/2017 or summer semester 2017) is Thursday, March 24, 2016. You are invited to browse the Moodle course International Office and to take a look at our website for more information.
April 2015: This spring, SRH Berlin Master's students will have the opportunity to take part in an exciting Business Simulation Game, which is organized in cooperation with the University of Granada. The game is based on a realistic computer simulation of the automobile industry and is a great learning experience!
May 2015: In May 2015, Mathieu van den Hoogenband (previous chairman of Weleda AG) will once again organize a workshop for our Master's students on the subject of leadership and success. During the workshop, titled “Life Stages,” Mathieu van den Hoogenband will reveal his secrets to success and how to incorporate personal and business life into a meaningful and satisfying career.
2014-2020: Congratulations! SRH Hochschule Berlin has just been awarded with the new Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) which qualifies us to participate in the ERASMUS+ program in the years 2014-2020. The new ERASMUS generation will bring some changes which we will inform you about once all of the details have been finalized.