Erasmus @ IWR
The Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR) is a dedicated research institution with a long standing tradition of international cooperations to foster science and education at Heidelberg University. In this capacity the IWR not only participates in the Eramus activities of Heidelberg University but is also actively involved in the exchange programs of 4EU+ European University Alliance in Heidelberg and abroad.
Contact for PhD Candidates, Scientific and Administrative Staff
- Scientific visits of PhD candidates and PostDocs
- Visit and exchange of researchers
- Joint teaching projects
- Staff capacity building
The IWR seeks to improve and expand the exchange with international partners in terms of scientific cooperations, capacity building as well as short and long term mobility programs for PhD candidates, scientific and administrative staff. For more details and announcements please refer to the Erasmus programs of Heidelberg University.
Erasmus Mobilities for MSc Students
Due to its research-oriented focus and long-term experience in international education cooperations the IWR is substantially involved in the activities of the International Master Program Scientific Computing at Heidelberg University. International experience is essential for developing a successful career and a dependable network for professional exchange. It also gives the unique opportunity to expand horizons by learning and researching alongside peers from other countries.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science maintains an extensive network of Erasmus cooperations with a large number of European universities that support stays abroad of Master and Bachelor students (short term: a few weeks / long term: 1 or 2 terms). For all questions related to student mobilities please contact the departmental Erasmus coordinators of the faculty.
Learning Agreements - Master Scientific Computing
Students enrolled in the International Master Program Scientific Computing who are planning a stay abroad and incoming students who are interested in Erasmus mobility to participate in the master's program need to coordinate their learning agreement with the head of the degree program. The Learning Agreement sets out the courses and modules to be completed abroad and must be approved by the student, the sending and the receiving institution before the start of the exchange. The Learning Agreement is the basis for ensuring that the student will receive recognition in his/her degree for the educational components successfully completed abroad.
- Learning agreements
- Master Scientific Computing (outgoing & incoming)
Last Update: 02.09.2020 - 17:20