In this section you can find all kind of information about "going abroad". Click on the sections below to continue reading. Note: if there is a discrepancy between the Manual Study Abroad and this website, the manual is leading!
Check out the list of available places at our partner universities! Since only a few students have applied before the deadline, a 'selection procedure' as described in the Manual Study Abroad is not applicable, and all applications will now be dealt with on a first-come-first-serve basis. If you would like to discuss your options with the Exchange Coordinator, please go to one of the Open Office Hours. Note that the main restriction for application is now the deadline of the host university; these can be checked on the website of this host university. Consult the Manual Study Abroad for more information regarding the application procedure.
NEW: Canvas site "International experience for ET students".
In the near future a large part of the information given on these webpages will be transfered to a Canvas site, called "International experience for ET students". This site is already live, although not completely filled yet. However, it has some nice additional features compared to this website, so if you have started considering that you 'might want to do something abroad', please register yourself for this Canvas site. Registration for this Canvas site doesn't mean that you have committed yourself to go abroad. It is just a very useful medium to transfer information to you and it will contain lots of useful information to both inform yourself in general as well as about specific details of (for example) the exchange proedure. If you can't register, please go to one of the open hours of the Exchange Coordinator.
An overview of important documents (such as the Assignment & Confidentiality Agreement) can be found here.
You can download the faculty presentation about Study Abroad from 16th of October 2017 here.