Service and AdviceInfocenter for Study and Internship Abroad
The International Relations Department offers students information and advice on planning and realising their studies and internships abroad.
Students planning to undertake such a project abroad, should speak to the Infocenter Team. The team is made up of students who have first-hand experience of studying or working abroad. They will be able to answer any general questions you have, provide an overview of Heidelberg University’s exchange programme and other scholarship programmes, and can also provide guidance on putting together your applications.
The Infocenter also offers comprehensive information on state branches of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), as well as DAAD scholarships. You’ll find catalogues and brochures from various universities outside Germany, as well as materials relating to language tests. The Infocenter can also provide information on work placements or summer language courses. You’ll also be able to read reports written by offer students who spent time abroad. These contain practical tips and advice on planning your time abroad.
Infocenter for Study and Internship Abroad
Telephone: 06221 - 54 127 61
Applications can be sent by post to Seminarstraße 2, 69117 Heidelberg.
The Infocenter offers a daily video consultation via HeiConf from 10 am to 12 pm. Access is without registration. Waiting times may apply.
Access code to the HeiConf room for visitors: editor freckled implosive unshipped mantis
Mon: 10 - 14 h
Tue: 10 - 13 h
Wed, Thu: 10 - 16 h
Fri: 10 - 13 h
Visitor address: Fischmarkt 2, 69117 Heidelberg (See location map).
The entrance to our building is located in the inner courtyard, which you can enter either through the entrance opposite the Heiliggeistkirche or from Untere Straße. From the courtyard, please take the entrance with the sign “InfoCenter Auslandsstudium” and go up the stairs. Now you only have to go through one more glass door and you are standing in front of the InfoCenter. If either of the glass doors should be closed, you can take the large glass door to the “Department of International Relations” from the courtyard and go up one floor to the second floor. Our room number is 119.
We are looking forward to your visit!
Once your plans have taken shape and you have decided on a particular destination, the regional coordinators will provide you with country-specific information on your stay abroad, e.g. on the higher education system, application modalities or visa requirements.