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Information for incoming students

Erasmus applications

All Erasmus applications have to be submitted through the European Online Application System -  EASY

application period for winter semester (study start October) 1 February - 1 April
application period for summer semester (study start April) 1 October - 1 December  

Please add the following documents:

  • photo
  • CV
  • Motivation letter
  • application video files for upload up to100 MiB or permanent links (three different-style pieces, total length ca. 15-20 min.)
  • filled out form Learning Agreement  - please choose eligible subjects from the List of classes
  • optional: recommendation letter of teacher in major

After an application has been submitted it will be processed and sent to the relevant teachers or department.

Information about results will be announced until end of May/June for winter semesters, until end of January/February for summer semesters.

Applications of direct Partner Institutions

students of our direct partner institutions:

  • Eastman School of Music, Rochester (NY)/USA
  • Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University, Bloomington, (IN)/USA
  • Staatskonservatorium Odessa/Ukraine
  • Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney/Australien
  • Kyoto City Arts University, Faculty of Music, Kyoto/Japan
  • SOAI University, Osaka/Japan
  • University of Toronto Faculty of Music (Ontario/Kanada)

who plan an exchange stay at Freiburg University of Music have to apply through the International Office  of their Home University, submitted by e-mail with the following documents:

  • application form
  • Photo
  • CV
  • Motivation letter
  • application video files for upload up to100 MiB or permanent links (three different-style pieces, total length ca. 15-20 min.)
  • optional: recommendation letter of teacher in major

Application deadline for winter semesters (study start October) is 1 April, application deadline for summer semester (study start April) is 1 December.

Exchange students of direct partners are eligible for funding through the Baden-Württemberg-Scholarship of the Landesstiftung Baden-Württemberg.

The Landesstiftung Baden-Württemberg is a non-profit, limited-liability company that encourages the international exchange of highly-qualified students from Germany and abroad with its Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM for university students. In addition to having the opportunity to study and conduct research abroad, students should also develop intercultural insights, gain experience to the benefit of their own personal development,and become familiar with and learn to appreciate other cultures. Therefore, the Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM for university students contributes substantially to international understanding.

Funding through Baden-Württemberg-Scholarship is ca. 300-500 EUR/month.

Scholars of the Landesstiftung are obliged to regular studying, to reporting to the Landesstiftung at the end of their stay, as well as to taking part at the events of Landesstiftung, especially the yearly reception of scholars.v

There is no claim on funding through the Landesstiftung.

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