The International Office is the central coordinating unit for all international affairs at LMU Munich. It is responsible for
International Exchange | International Degree Students |
Munich International Summer University | Visiting Scholars |
International Representation of LMU | International Visitors to LMU |
LMUexcellent International Cooperation |
Fostering English Taught Courses
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Phone: +49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 2823
Infopoint (general enquiries):
Welcome to our
Contact for ERASMUS / incoming students: email@example.com
Contact for LMUexchange / incoming students: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact for LMU students, who want to study abroad: email@example.com
Contact for academics and staff of international partner universities: firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Office coordinates international student, faculty, and staff mobility with more than four hundred partner universities worldwide, within Europe, predominantly in Erasmus programs; outside of Europe, in LMUexchange programs.
Information for the preparation of ERASMUS+ can be found here.
Contact Application and Admission: email@example.com
The International Office is the first port of call for prospective international degree students at LMU Munich. It coordinates social issues and selected grant programs for international students and cooperates closely with a wide range of private associations and initiatives. Various country groups of international students at LMU Munich promote personal contact between Germans and students of other nationalities; these include the TutoRIA tutors’ program and many other activities for the international student life.
International Admissions - personal consultations and counselling:
Ludwigstraße 27 / room G024 and room G020
Mo/Tue/Thu/Fri 9:00 - 11:30 AM
International Admissions - telephone consultations and couselling:
phone: +49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 3743 and +49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 3156
Mo/Thur 02:00 - 03:00 PM, Wed 10:00 - 11:30 AM
Contact MISU: firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Office organizes the Munich International Summer University (MISU) and selected special programs for international students and doctoral candidates (non-degree programs). The Summer University offers a variety of German language classes and challenging short programs in English.
The International Office provides a wide range of services for junior and/or visiting academics at LMU Munich, from finding accommodation to orientation, cultural programs, and German classes.
Contact our LMU Representatives Abroad
The International Office organizes LMU Munich’s participation in key education and research markets like North America, Brazil and China. LMU Munich and Freie Universität Berlin operate a joint office in New York, the German University Alliance, with the goal of raising the profile of their education and research programs and of expanding relations with US universities and research institutes.
In response to the rapidly developing university and education landscape in China, the International Office coordinates faculty-level services at LMU Munich designed for Chinese degree-level and doctoral students, including special scholarship programs. LMU Munich is represented in China through a representative based in Shanghai.
The International Office is the first port of call for delegations and visitors from other countries and establishes contacts between international visitors and both academics and students at LMU Munich. In addition, it organizes international fairs at LMU and, together with the other Bavarian Universities, participation in major international education fairs and annual networking conferences in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Within the scope of the institutional strategy LMUexcellent, the International Office acts as a key service center coordinating research collaborations with strategic partners in Europe, North America and Asia.
Fostering English Taught Courses (ETC)
In recent years LMU has steadily extended the opportunities to study in English, especially with regard to structured doctoral programs and international master’s programs. In addition, there is a growing range of individual courses taught in English within the context of German-language degree programs.
The project Fostering English-Taught Courses (ETC) aims to increase the number of courses taught in English and to enhance LMU’s long-term international profile.