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Prof. Dr. Roland Fried
Foreign Student Advisor

M.Sc. Jana König
Office hours: By appointment




Support Programme

The following are different types of support which could potentially help you finance your year abroad:


Study in Europe


The most popular exchange programme when studying in Europe is the ERASMUS-Programme, and is certainly applicable when studying in Dortmund. For more information on the conditions, please contact:


Prof. Dr. Roland Fried

Room M737 (Office hours: by appointment)


Tel: (0231) 755 - 3119


If you reside in a country which is a member of the EU, an ECTS credit based study is probably a good choice for you. Further information can be obtained here.


German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

It is often worthwhile for international students to consult the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), so as to  obtain an extensive overview of possible exchange programmes and support programmes with german partnerships.


International Office (AAA -Akademisches Auslandsamt)


You can find out more information about further possible forms of support by contacting the International Office.


Partnerships between TU Dortmund and other Universities

The Statistics Department at TU Dortmund maintains good contacts with several statistics faculties abroad. These exchange programmes portray an important part of bilateral relations. 

In particular, TU Dortmund upholds relations with the statistics faculties of School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Sheffield (UK), the Department of Statistics & Statistical Laboratory at the Iowa State University (Ames, USA) as well as the Department of Statistics at the University of Auckland (New Zealand).

With regards to the exchange programme with the Iowa State University in Ames, extensive agreements are in place. For example, exchange students coming to Dortmund are allocated the specific established place as academic help for a chair of the department.