Erasmus Students

The Erasmus program is the largest and best known student exchange program in Europe. Once you make the decision to study at TU Kaiserslautern within the Erasmus program, the following organizational steps need to be taken

  1. First, you must contact your home university and sign-up for the Erasmus program. As soon as you are nominated, your home university must send us the list of nominees (including personal data such as name, e-mail address, department, period of stay) via an e-mail to:

  2. Then you will receive an e-mail from us with your login details for the online application portal ("Mobility Online"). Further information will be provided in the application portal. Please try to upload all the documents in English (especially your transcript of records), to help simplify the process.

    You must contact your Erasmus coordinator who will assist you while selecting your classes.
    Course-related questions (e.g. course length) will be coordinated by the Erasmus office.

    The online application process must be completed by: 
  • May 31 for the winter semester
  • Nov 30 for the summer semester

When your application is done you can find further information for upcoming questions here.

Please note that the Erasmus team will send you all the needed information regarding housing etc. via e-mail.


You can find the English taught lectures in our online module handbook here. For more information about the current and next semester the KIS offers more detailed information about schedules etc. here.



Semester Dates

Winter semester (Oct. 1 -March 31):

  • Lecture Time: Oct. 24, 2022 - Feb. 11, 2023
  • Exam period: Mid-February - Mid-April

Summer semester (Apr. 1 -Sept. 30):

  • Lecture Time: April 17, 2023 - July 22, 2023
  • Exam period: Mid-July - Mid-October

Please note:

  • The above stated dates can vary. Exceptions can be made in case of conflicting exam & departure date. Only the department can decide whether exceptions are permitted

19.10.2022 REQUIRED event: Welcome Day: How to survive in Germany → Certificates of Arrival will be signed on that date


Department of International Affairs: ISGS 

Bldg. 47, Room 626

Tel.: 0631 205 4370

Consultation hours:

in person:


only by phone:



German Courses

6-week-course (450,00€) (incl. orientation course)

evening course (190,00€)

Please note: fees only apply to Erasmus students!

For more information please contact Mr. Ralf Krier

Students of the Department Business & Economics are advised to directly consult the International Office Website of their Department

Regulation for non-EU nationals (only ERASMUS)

The website provides all relevant information for incoming Erasmus students from NON-EU countries


The website provides information about the social support program for incoming international students: ErasmuScout