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Erasmus Students (School of Electrical Engineering, Computer Studies and Mathematics)

Information for outbound TUHH students

Inbound students: Courses at the School of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics

Some Frequently Asked Questions

What do I have to do if I want to write my Bachelors/Masters thesis during my Erasmus-stay at the TUHH?
  • Send your CV, your transcript of grades and two to three sentences informing about the topic you are interested in to Prof. Turau, the Erasmus-Coordinator of the school of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics. After your arrival at the TUHH, please contact Prof. Turau again to make an appointment with him
Can I select several lectures of a modul or do I have to choose all lectures?
  • You cannot choose several lectures of a modul, it is compulsory to attend all the sub modules in order to take the examination.
Which German proficiency level does the TUHH require?
  • A1 (completed) in German is compulsory. A minimum of B1 is recommended for the working language (English or German, depends on the course). The A1 certificate could of course be an official test result from TestDAF or Goethe Institute, but it could also be issued by a language teacher of the institution.

Theses by Erasmus Students

The Institute of Telematics hosts students participating in the Erasmus program. The Erasmus Programme (EuRopean Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) is a European Union student exchange program (Erasmus Mundus Programme). The following list shows examples of Master Theses that were written by Erasmus students at the Institute of Telematics in previous years.