Course catalog for exchange students for the spring semester 2023

Exchange students can choose their courses from the following course catalog. Please keep in mind that you have to select the majority of courses from those courses offered by the school of your exchange program. If you would like to take courses that are offered outside of the school of your exchange program please select them from courses offered under University-wide electives.

For the respective course catalog, please click on your school or department. Click Details for further information about the courses such as dates, times, and rooms. You will also find a course description, the number of credits (ECTS credits), and information about course registration. Please be aware of the varying registration procedures. If you have any questions regarding course selection and registration, please contact your departmental exchange coordinator.

You can use the search filter to select the language of instruction (All languages/English only) and teaching mode (All events/On-Campus events/Events offered online/Recorded events) of the courses.

Please note that changes and additions to the course catalog will be made throughout the next weeks. We recommend regularly checking this website for any changes.

Course catalogs from all earlier semesters

Courses for the spring semester 2024/2025 will be available as of November 2024. Here you can find the courses from previous semesters for your guidance:

Fall semester 2024/2025
Spring semester 2024
Fall semester 2023/2024
Spring semester 2023
Fall semester 2022/2023
Spring semester 2022

I like that there is a huge amount of courses you can take and that you can change them within the first month or two. It allows you to try new modules and see if you are interested in them or not. That is how I got interested in the environmental side of business studies.

Aleksandra Walczynska, exchange student in the bachelor's program in Business Administration, University of the West of Scotland in Paisley (United Kingdom) / Photo credit: Elisa Berdica