Are you a student at one of our partner universities and are interested in spending a semester abroad in Mannheim? Would you like to know how to apply? Have you already been nominated to study Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology and are looking for information on course selection? You need to have your Learning Agreement signed? We are happy to help you.
I chose the University of Mannheim because it offers an excellent Psychology program in English. It also has a gorgeous campus and provides the unique opportunity to attend courses in a palace. The two best experiences I’ve had so far were my first evening in Mannheim on the one hand – I went out for drinks with a couple of friends and tried German beer for the first time – and a trip to the Black Forest on the other. Meeting new people was a lot easier than I had expected. My roommates and I became friends in no time and I got to know many other students through VISUM, a student organization.
Studying at the University of Mannheim encouraged me to develop a sense of autonomy and go beyond the initial perception of my capabilities. Student exchange in the primary sense comprises a general concept of acquiring education abroad, while the secondary and in-depth view reveals the importance of student exchange at the level of human personality growth and competence acquisition, enabling us to overcome fears and reach higher goals. Being in contact with people from different parts of the world enhanced the meaning of coexistence and showed me that you are never really alone, no matter where you are.
I decided to come to the University of Mannheim because I wanted to learn more about German culture. It was definitely the right choice. One of the things I enjoyed most was playing volleyball with other Mannheim students. Being able to combine meeting new people with my passion for sports and communicating in another language was an amazing experience.
If you have any subject-specific questions about studying abroad and selecting your courses, the departmental exchange coordinators at the School of Social Sciences will be at your disposal. If you have any organizational questions, the International Office will be happy to assist you.
If you have any subject-specific questions about studying abroad, such as questions regarding course selection and registration, please contact the respective departmental exchange coordinators. If you have any questions regarding the organization of your stay abroad, the International Office will be happy to assist you.
Exchange students are also welcome to contact the International Office. Our colleagues will be happy to answer any organizational questions you may have regarding your application, visa, accommodation, insurance, and the orientation week.
The Studierendenwerk Mannheim has been running the Psychological Counseling Services (PBS) for 40 years. Drawing on extensive experience gained over the years, they provide students from the Mannheim region with counseling and short-term therapy that is tailored to their individual needs. The PBS in Mannheim is one of the largest counseling services institutions run by a Studierendenwerk of a German university.