Study & Internship Program Applications open!
By October 1, we welcome applications to our Study and Internship Programs starting in spring 2023 from students currently enrolled at universities in the U.S. and Canada or at our partner institutions in Brazil; UNISINOS and PUCRS. All applicants will automatically be considered for a 1,000 EUR travel grant.
In two program lines, students can choose to study or intern in Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Münster or Osnabrück, our seven top university locations throughout Germany. Applicants can choose whether they wish to study for a semester through our Study Program (SP) or do an internship (IP) in one of our state-of-the-art university labs!
Choose your program
Experience hands-on research opportunities at a German university of applied sciences. Internships offered by UAS7 member faculty allow IP participants to work in and alongside teams in our campus research laboratories and institutes.
Fees & Funding
All programs are tuition-free! However, students will need to remain enrolled at their home universities and pay their respective fees at home. Costs of living in Germany depend very much on your chosen location and rank from approx. €700 to €1,300 per month. You'll find further information on costs of living by city and other administrative and application-related questions in our
All applicants will automatically be considered for the UAS7 travel grant worth €1,000. This one-off payment will cover transatlantic travel costs and is awarded to the most competitive candidates at each location.
Kyeongjo Park, a South Korean Chemical Engineering student at Drexel University, participates in the UAS7 Study and Internship Program at FH Münster University of Applied Sciences. In this video, he speaks about his experience studying and interning in Germany.
Most of our universities have gone back to in-person or hybrid models of teaching. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 we still can't guarantee that the SIP programs will take place in the way they previously did, since there are many conditions out of our hands. If by the time the program start approaches, a physical presence is not safe enough, we will try to provide different options to all applicants to still be able to participate. However, programs may still be cancelled, if no other option can be safely provided.