We are pleased that you are interested in studying at our university within the frame of the Erasmus+ programme.
The International Office is your point of contact for all questions regarding your stay in Saarbrücken:
Please make sure to contact the International Office after your arrival in Saarbrücken and before your return to your home country.
Under the Erasmus+ programme, you can send your application to the HfM Saar if you are nominated by your home university. Please send your applications via your International Office or via EASY.
Deadline for applications:
The application deadline for the summer and winter semester at HfM Saar is 31 October and 28 February, respectively.
Application documents to be submitted via your International Office or EASY:
Fields of study offered by the university:
Under this link you can find the curricula to inform yourself about the study courses and ECTS offered. Please choose your field of study (e.g. “Orchesterinstrumente”) and click on “Modulhandbuch/Prüfungsordnung”. There you will find the study plans of our programs which will help you to fill in the Learning Agreements. If you have any questions regarding the study plans, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have to pay the semester contribution at HfM Saar, which is obligatory for every student in Germany. This is not a tuition fee.
European Health Insurance Card:
During a temporary stay in one of the 28 EU countries as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, this free card gives you access to medically necessary public health services – on the same terms and conditions and at the same costs (free in some countries) as those insured in the respective country. The card is issued by your statutory health insurance provider. Similar to the former Certificate of Entitlement to Benefits in Kind during a Stay in Another Member State, the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is only valid for temporary stays abroad (holidays, secondment of employees, job search, studies). It covers medically necessary treatment by doctors, dentists or at hospitals as well as necessary treatment of pre-existing or chronic medical conditions during a temporary stay abroad. The card cannot be used if you travel abroad for the express purpose of obtaining medical treatment. As before, such treatment should only be sought after approval by your health insurance provider. The card does not guarantee free treatment. Health insurance systems vary from country to country. In other countries, you may have to pay for services which are free in your home country.
Please note that we cannot provide rooms for guest students. We therefore recommend that you look for accommodation in good time. You may also contact our student’s union for support (email@example.com).
Erasmus+ students may participate in the German lessons (levels A1 to B2) offered by the Universität des Saarlandes or the HTW Saar. More information can be found here: