Welcome to the Department of Linguistics
The Department of Linguistics has Erasmus partnerships with
- Universidade Nova de Lisboa
- University of Malta
- Charles University Prague
- Stockholm University
- University of Amsterdam
Erasmus students are welcome to study at the Department of Linguistics within the European Erasmus programme.
For more information about credited studies in your Bachelor or Master degree please talk to your Erasmus agent at your home university.
If you have any questions concerning information Linguistic courses in Düsseldorf, you may write to . For more information about studying in Düsseldorf in general, please contact the International Office.
Students who want to study in the programme "Linguistics" at the Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, apply for the Erasmus exchange via their Erasmus coordinator at their home university.
Please note: Students who want to participate in "Linguistics" courses should have minor German language skills (A1) and intermediate English language skills (B1). There is no extra German language test needed.
For more details on the courses please contact the Erasmus coordinator.
More information about the Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf und the city can be found on the webpages of the International Office.
What is Erasmus?
To facilitate the student mobility, the EU, within the scope of the programme ERASMUS+, offers students the possibility of a 3-12 months study trip (also internships) integrated into their degree course in another participating country.
The Heinrich-Heine-University has about ca. 250 Hochschulen partnerships with universities from all over Europe within the scope of the ERASMUS+ programme. Students of the Heinrich-Heine-University and its partner universities can apply for the ERASMUS+ programme.
More comprehensive information on the ERASMUS+ programme can directly be acquired on the EU's website: ERASMUS Student Mobility for Studies
Contact person at the Department of Linguistics
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jacopo Romoli PhD
Linguistik III - Semantik und Pragmatik