(ERASMUS) Studies in Hanover

Are you interested in studying at the Institute of Sports Science at Leibniz Universität Hannover? You are very welcome as an exchange student for one or two semesters as well as for a complete Bachelor's (only in German) or Master's program!

Welcome to our page for foreign students who are considering a stay abroad in Hannover. Studying abroad at the Institute of Sport Science at Leibniz Universität Hannover is possible within the framework of the ERASMUS programme or, if applicable, via the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). According to information from the Admissions Office at Leibniz Universität Hannover, free movers are unfortunately not currently admitted.

With which universities do ERASMUS agreements currently exist?

Our institute currently has cooperation agreements with universities in Coimbra, Las Palmas, Krakow, Poznan, Prague, Seville, Warsaw and Vienna. There is a mutual exchange of students and teachers with these partner universities.

What is ERASMUS?

Socrates is the European Union's action programme for cross-border cooperation in education. Among other things, SOCRATES promotes higher education (ERASMUS) and general school education (COMENIUS). The aim is to intensify higher education cooperation in Europe. Initially, the programme only applied to EU member states, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, but it has since been extended to most of the candidate countries.

What does an exchange in the ERASMUS programme offer?

  • You do not have to pay tuition fees
  • You will receive a monthly stipend
  • Certificates of achievement are recognised
  • You can expect an interesting and broad range of studies


What language skills are necessary for a study stay in Hannover?

In order to be able to participate in our courses as well as in the life of the institute with profit, we strongly recommend that foreign students acquire a basic knowledge of the German language before their stay abroad.

Who are the contact persons for planning a study stay in Hannover?

Students who are interested in an ERASMUS study programme at the Institute of Sport Science in Hanover should contact the ERASMUS representative of their institute at an early stage, who will then establish contact with the Institute of Sport Science.

Which modules can be taken at the Institute of Sport Science?

An overview of the modules and courses can be found here.

Where can I get more information about studying abroad?