The exchange program ERASMUS+ of the European Union enables the Department of Mechanical Engineering to send students to universities in other European countries every year.
During the stay, students can either attend lectures, which are chosen by themselves, or work on projects, which are comparable to the final or project work done here.
If necessary, these projects can also be done in English, so that the student does not have to have a perfect command of the respective national language.
The work done abroad can be recognized at the TU Dortmund University after consultation and approval of the respective professors.
The cooperation of TU Dortmund University with universities in Europe can be found here.
In general, the International Office (RI) within the TU Dortmund University is responsible for the study of German students abroad as well as for international university partnerships and cooperations. The Department of Mechanical Engineering is happy to support you in your desire to study abroad.
The RI is the main contact for exchanges to non-European countries. The TU Dortmund University maintains numerous partnerships worldwide within the framework of ISEP (International Student Exchange Program) and other cooperation agreements. In addition to a strong focus on North America, the university offers exchange opportunities to Asia, Africa and Latin America.
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