Would you like to get to know the Faculty 08 as an exchange student in a program such as ERASMUS? You've come to the right place.
As an exchange student, you have the opportunity to study at JGU for one or two terms. If you have doubts, whether the status exchange student is appropriate for you, please find more info here (available in German only).
Your contact persons are located right at our faculty - coordinators for each exchange program in which we particpate (e.g. our ERASMUS-coordinators) and for more general questions our contact person for international matters.
Computer Science, Mathematics, Meteorology and Physics in Mainz
Which topics are covered and where is the main focus? Where can I get an overview over current or upcoming classes? You will find plenty of information on each subject and program on the faculty's website and the departments' homepages. An important source of information is the students' handbook, which contains a description of all modules and classes.
| Students' Handbook
Computer Science Department
Department for Atmospheric Physics
Nuclear Physics Department
If you would like a preview on upcoming classes please use our online course catalogue JOGUStINe. Switch to English, select "course catalogue" and the respective term and faculty.
Proof of Language Proficiency
Exchange students do not need to present a proof of language proficiency. Nevertheless, it is expected that you have basic knowledge of German (or English for our M. Sc. in Physics and M. Sc. in Meteorology programs). The International Preparatory and Language Center (ISSK) offers exchange students the opportunity to brush up their German in a course during the semester. For more information please visit their homepage.
Our International Office has gathered a lot of information and has some interesting offers especially for exchange students:
- general information about studying at JGU,
- application and admission,
- preparing for your stay in Mainz,
- first steps after your arrival.