- Study abroad is recognized as part of the overall Bachelor's degree, therefore no extension of study time
- Acquisition of practical, extended and direct foreign language skills
- Promotion of social competence, tolerance and cultural understanding through contact with and active experience of the culture of another country
- Possibility of integrated studies at renowned and selected universities all over Europe without having to pay the usual tuition fees there
- Financial support through an ERASMUS scholarship
- Special rounding off of the professional qualification profile and significant increase of entry chances into the profession
Alexander Böhne, human resources expert from the Confederation of German Employers' Associations (BDA):
"Experience abroad also means a plus in social skills and language competence."
"Anyone who goes abroad learns a different way of looking at things. He can also benefit from this professionally."