Inquiries about the programme:
Dr. Kerstin Bleichner

International relations (Erasmus+):
Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch


  • Erasmus+ Application procedure within the Department of Psychology
  • NENS flyer Training opportunities and available financial support from NENS

Extracurricular Opportunities and Going Abroad

Extracurricular Opportunities and Going Abroad

Additions to the regular curriculum

We offer:

  • Academic writing (workshop plus individual sessions from a native English speaker) to support you with your Master's thesis
  • a LaTeX programming course where you can learn how to write a Master's thesis with a nice layout
  • a career day organized by students for students
  • an active student body
  • hands-on research and the opportunity to find a student job in the labs of the department

Going abroad

Our students have several options for studying or doing research (internships, theses) abroad:

  • ERASMUS+ cooperations offer places for studying abroad with a number of renowned European universities. Please find detailed information on the application procedure within the Department of Psychology in the document provided on this website.

Going abroad with Erasmus+


  • Fellowships in Marseille, France offer funding for research stays:

Mobility fellowships Marseille


  • We are a member of the Network of European Neuroscience Schools (NENS). It offers lots of advantages for students: mobility grants for internships in other labs, travel grants to conferences, slots in neuroscience courses, and schools, etc. Please note that you need an individual student membership in a FENS member society to apply.


  • We support our students with 400 Euros individual mobility allowance to attend a conference, summer school or to do a (research) internship abroad (more information available via the programme coordinator Kerstin Bleichner).

  • You can find additional information on funding options here:

Funding options for stays abroad

(Changed: 2021-06-10)