Lectures and Learning Agreement
To create your Erasmus+-Learning Agreement or your University Exchange Programme-Learning Agreement and learn more about our courses, please use the University of Greifswald’s online lecture timetable. Discuss your choice of courses and the recognition of the courses with your lecturers at your home university before you leave. If necessary, changes can be made up to 4 weeks after the start of teaching. Find the most important steps for using our online lecture timetable here: How do I find the lecture timetable?
|Winter Semester Dates 2018/19||01.10.2018 – 31.03.2019|
|Arrival Dates for Winter Semester 2018/19||22.09. – 23.09.2018|
|Intensive Language Course (Module 4)||24.09. – 12.10.2018 (three weeks for Erasmus and university exchange, two weeks (until 05.10.) for everyone else)|
|Freshers' Week||08.10. – 13.10.2018|
|Lecture Period Winter Semester 2018/19||15.10.2018 – 02.02.2019|
|Summer Semester Dates 2019||01.04. – 30.09.2019|
|Arrival Dates for Summer Semester 2019||09.03. – 10.03.2019|
|Intensive Language Course||11.03. – 22.03.2019|
|Freshers' Week||unfortunately, won't take place this semester - information about an alternative will follow|
|Lecture Period Summer Semester 2019||01.04. – 13.07.2019|
|Winter Semester Dates 2019/20||01.10.2019 – 31.03.2020|
|Arrival Dates for Winter Semester 2019/20||21.09. – 22.09.2019|
|Intensive Language Course (Module 4)||23.09. – 13.10.2019 (three weeks for Erasmus and university exchange, two weeks (until 04.10.) for everyone else)|
|Freshers' Week||07.10. – 12.10.2019|
|Lecture Period Winter Semester 2019/20||14.10.2019 – 01.02.2020|
ERASMUS+ Subject Coordinators
Find the contact details for all Erasmus subject coordinators here. They are responsible for signing your Learning Agreement and for the subject-based issues of your period of study abroad.
Please register for the examinations which take place at the end of the lecture period with the following document: Examination registration for exchange students.
The records of achievements are handed in to the Central Examinations Office, which issues the Transcript of Records. This is sent by the International Office by email and in original form to the home university.