Spending a semester in Bingen

We are very pleased to welcome increasing numbers of exchange and programme students from many partner universities all over the world to Bingen.

Good and individual support is very important to us, ensuring students are able to get off to a great start and study successfully in Bingen and the Middle Rhine region.

For our exchange students, we offer modules taught in English. Please find a list of these modules below.

Our regular lectures are held almost exclusively in German. For exchange students who wish to participate, a minimum of B1 proficiency in German is required, provided this is covered in the Inter-Institutional Agreement and our Departments do not require other prerequisites (Please note: Other requirements apply to students who complete a full course of study with us and are pursuing a degree).

How to apply

Anyone wishing to spend an exchange semester or year with us through a university partnership between their own university and Bingen UAS must first apply to their home university and be selected.

The information on this page is intended for those students who would like to take part in our regular (mostly German-speaking) courses during their exchange stay.

Application Deadline yearly for winter term is 1th December and for summer term is 1th June.


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Application process

1. Registration

Please register at our Applicant’s Portal. Click the green button: „Jetzt online bewerben!“ You can do this in German as well as in English.

2. Online Application

After you have received an e-mail about the registration, you can fill out and send the application online. This is possible in German as well as in English.

3. Processing your Application

After you have sent your application to us online, your application will be processed further. You will be informed by us about the documents to be submitted.

4. What is the next step?

Your application will now be reviewed. If all requirements for an exchange stay at Bingen UAS are fulfilled, our Registrars' Office will send you a Letter of Admission with further information about payment, health insurance, orientation week and housing.

Choosing classes

It is advisable for you to obtain an overview of the lectures and classes offered as early as possible. At the latest when applying, a Learning Agreement must be drawn up in coordination with the responsible persons at your home university, listing which lectures you would like to attend here in Bingen.

Generally, all classes are open to exchange students, including classes from other degree courses.

Unfortunately, Bingen UAS does not have a central lecture directory. Possible lectures can be found in the module guides of the individual degree courses. These guides can be found on the pages of the degree courses under “Dokumente”.

When selecting classes, please check whether they are offered in the semester of your stay at Bingen UAS. Most modules take place either in the summer or in the winter semester. You will find this information as well as detailed information on the number of ECTS, weekly semester hours, module contents and type of examination in the module guide.

For exchange and double degree students

Since January 1, 2022 universities are only permitted to accept and process electronic notifications from health insurance companies. Please notify your health insurance company that you wish to enroll at Bingen UAS and provide the following university sender number: H0001634. Your health insurance company will then send an appropriate notification.

The orientation week for exchange and double degree students (Erasmus, DHIK, IGCHE) will take place from 25th to 28th of March 2024. This is a mandatory event for all exchange and double degree students. Therefore, make sure you are here and able to participate as of March, 25th 2024.

Studierendenwerk Mainz is the public provider of dormitories for students at Bingen UAS (and the two universities in the neighboring city of Mainz). The Studierendenwerk operates several dormitories in Mainz and one in Bingen, which has 86 furnished units, and is centrally located in the cities of Bingen and Mainz. We strongly recommend that you book your housing through Studierendenwerk Mainz. We also recommend that you apply for a room in the dormitory in Bingen.

Information about the accommodation, rent, additional costs and deposit can be found here: https://www.studierendenwerk-mainz.de/en/wohnen/apply/price-overview.

One-bedroom apartments with private bathroom and kitchenette are equipped with a closet, a shelf, a bed, a desk and a chair. There is a laundry room and a common room in the building. Leases are always for the entire semester (6 months). More information can be found online at https://www.studierendenwerk-mainz.de/wohnen. Please apply for housing as soon as possible! Although the Studierendenwerk provides accommodation for all international students, there is unfortunately no guarantee that you will get a room in Bingen, as this depends on availability.

Any questions? Please, contact us.

Johanna Scarongella M.A. (Saj)
T.+49 6721 409 337
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Johanna Scarongella M.A.

Johanna Scarongella M.A. (Saj)


Building 5 Room 319

T.+49 6721 409 337
E. Write an email
Incoming Coordinator
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