Find helpful information on our websites concerning
- degree students
- exchange students or program students
Erasmus+, Overseas, Erasmus Mundus and European Master
- non-degree students on an individual basis (freemover)
- short-term programs
Summer University, ESSP, SUPER, OBW
- German courses
- Welcome Campus for refugees
- Doctoral Researchers
- Intercultural Mentoring
- buddy program ready.study.stuttgart
Current office hours
The International Office offers office hours on site to international students and to all students interested in studying abroad:
Monday & Wednesday 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday &Thursday 10 a.m. to noon
Some of our staff members still work from home. Want to talk to a specific person? Then we recommend you make an appointment.
Come and see us at the IZ!
Online office hours at the International Office will be offered to international students (Mon & Wed 10 a.m. to noon) and for students interested in studying abroad (Mon & Wed 10 a.m. to noon).
Do you have further questions and need support?
Should you have any issues concerning your stay in Stuttgart, do not hesitate to contact the International Office for information and advice. For questions concerning the application process for degree students please contact the Admissions Office.
Please find out to which group you belong and contact the responsible person:
Contact persons for degree students
Contact persons for exchange and program students
Contact person for non-degree students individual (freemover)
Contact persons for students in a short-term program
Contact persons for German courses
Contact persons for the Cross Cultural Mentoring Program
Contact person for the buddy program
Contact person for refugees
Contact person for doctoral students
- Profile page
- +49 711 685 68566
- Write e-mail
- Office hours (online): Mon & Wed 10 a.m. to noon; Office hours (on site): Mon & Wed, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. , Tue & Thur, 10 a.m. to noon
Application, Admission, Enrollment
- Further information
- Your points of contact for application, admission and enrollment on Bachelor's and Master's study programs.