Science and Technology
Universität Hohenheim (Stuttgart), Germany
The University of Hohenheim was established in 1818 and the campus is built around a 200 years old Castle. Around 9000 students are enrollled in the university.
The town of Hohenheim lies on the outskirts of Stuttgart, about 11km from the city centre. With approximately 600.000 residents, Stuttgart is one of the most important economic cities in Germany.
Spring Semester 2020
Autumn semester 2020
Spring Semester 2021
Int. Business Comm., German (IVK): German level B1 or above is recommended.
Aarhus BSS business agreement for Business administration (HA/BScB) and MSc Economics and Business Administration students: English language proficiency letter from Aarhus BSS International is accepted.
Mandatory Student Services Fee (€ 90,45 per semester)
Please be aware that, as a general rule, students at Science and Technology must have an average mark of at least 7 in order to be eligible for an exchange with one of our partner institutions. The evaluation of applications for student exchange at Science and Technology is based on an overall evaluation of the student's academic qualifications, and in some cases, students may be awarded an exchange placement even though their average mark is less then 7.
Your board of studies determines the number of courses you must take at your host institution to get 30 ECTS credits. It is therefore a good idea to check the study board's guidelines and conversion list between credits/units before starting the process of writing an application for preliminary approval. Read more at your study portal (study abroad - how to apply - course requirements and preapproval).
The courses offered by Faculty of Agricultural Sciences are considered to be of high relevance for students of Agro-Environmental Mangement at Aarhus University.
We recommend the following two programs (see links below):
Autumn Semester (German Winter): October - March
Spring Semester (German Summer): April - September
Housing is guaranteed for exchange students
Evaluations by prior abroad students