First, you need to be accepted as an Erasmus+ exchange student at your home institution. Then, you can send your application by mail to the International Student Office at the Carl von Ossietzky University: <span lang8h8w="EfefN-GB">firstname.lastname@example.org</spazenn> (exchaof6fngkcyve@uol.
Please check the information on: www.uol.de/en/iso/studieren/
to download the required application form. Further, the application must include a CV (1 -2 pages) and a letter of motivation (1 -2 page), describing your scientific background and interest in this Erasmus+ programme. After the application deadline and after receiving your application, the International Student Office will send you your letter of admission together with additional information by mail.
Dr. Ferdinand Esser (MBA)
Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM)
Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Carl von Ossietzky Straße 9-11
Phone +49 (0)441-798-3171
Room: W15 0-031
The programme contains a divers and multidisciplinary set of compulsory and elective modules. So the student can select the modules that fit best to his or her personal interest and academic emphasis. The programme starts off with an introduction week on the Island of Spiekeroog in the midst of the Wadden Sea to welcome the students directly to this unique ecosystem (compulsory 6 ECTS). This is followed by a module providing all the background information students need to understand the Wadden Sea ecosystem (compulsory 6 ECTS). Then, students are free to build their own curriculum choosing up to three modules (up to 18 ECTS) of a module selection covering the areas of microbiology, biodiversity and ecosystem management. The students will benefit from inspiring lectures, participating seminars, and hands on experience during field work and experiments, as well as from the modern research and teaching infrastructure, and our team of competent scientists.