Application

Erasmus

The application process for your Erasmus study program at the KIT-Department of Architecture is processed by the KIT International Students Office. There you can receive all important information regarding the requirements, deadlines and the application procedure. Please take note of the fact that you have to have the following language skills for studying architecture and art history:   

Architecture:

Language skills: For studying Architecture you need to have a minimum B1 level of German at the time of application. In exceptional cases, lower German language skills can be accepted, since many lectures are offered in English and often the design support can also be provided in English. Please clarify this in advance with Dr. Judith Reeh (+49 721-608-43866) or Ms. Silke Marx (+49 721-608-42155) international∂arch kit edu.
If you are attending English lectures, you should have a good command of English at the time of application, e.g. B1 level skills.

Art History:

Language skills: To study Art History, you need at least A2 level German language skills at the time of your application. If you are attending English lectures, you should be able to demonstrate good English language skills at the time of application, e.g. B1 level.

Guest study program

The applications of overseas exchange students, DAAD scholarship holders and free movers are handled by the International Students Office. There you will receive all important information regarding requirements, deadlines and the application process. Please note that in order to study Architecture and Art History you must prove the following language skills:

Overseas exchange students: For Architecture at least B1 successfully completed, for Art History at least A2 successfully completed; if English courses are also taken, then proof of English language skills is also required.

DAAD scholarship holders: For Architecture at least B1 successfully completed, for Art History at least A2 successfully completed, if English courses are also taken, then proof of English language skills is also required.

Free mover: At least B2 successfully completed, if English courses are also to be attended, proof of English language skills is also required.

The International Students Office will also inform you about possible study costs and financing options.

Preparation

After you have successfully applied for a study place at KIT, you have to start taking care of organizational matters, such as insurance policies, accommodation, and possibly a visa. The International Students Office has summarized all of the useful information regarding this for you.
 

 

KIT-Department of Architecture – International Section

International coordination
Dr. Judith Reeh
judith.reeh∂kit.edu

Erasmus office
Silke Marx M.A.

Study dean’s office
20.40 Room 139
0721 - 608 42155
silke.marx∂kit.edu