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Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Exchange Area of Study: Accounting, Business, Economics, Finance, Language, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Supply Chain Management
Instruction Language: English, German
Program Description:
Click "Apply for Exchange" to complete an exchange nomination application, which will be reviewed on a competitive basis after the deadline.  Within the application, you will be able to indicate your interest in up to three exchange programs.
Apply for Exchange
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JSOM departmental study abroad approval must be obtained through the JSOM Study Abroad office to participate in this exchange program. Complete the online JSOM Approval Form to be considered.

This exchange program is currently only open to students in the Jindal School of Management (JSOM).  If space is available, others may be considered.
Program Overview New Program Overview
Founded in 1388, the University of Cologne is one of the oldest institutions of learning in Germany.  Today, it is a leading research university that offers students an exceptionally diverse subject base. Firmly committed to the advancement of human knowledge, the University of Cologne encourages students to follow their own academic interests and explore real-world applications.
  • 6 departments and over 48,000 students on campus
  • 85 partnerships with universities around the world
  • 10% of students come from outside Germany
 Learn more about the University of Cologne
About City  About Cologne
With a diverse population of around 1 million people, Cologne is a multicultural and dynamic city. It is home to the fourth-largest trade fair in the world, and over 10,000 IT and telecommunication businesses have strengthened its position as Germany’s “media city.” The city of Cologne is famous for its Gothic cathedral, along with a multitude of other historic sites and plenty of green areas.  Home to nearly 80,000 students, Cologne offers a vibrant night life and a great variety of museums, theaters, and art galleries.
Cologne City
For more information, visit the Living in Cologne webpage.
Academic Programs Academics and Courses
Exchange students can choose from a variety of courses taught within the Faculty of Management, Economics, and Social Sciences. The Faculty’s interdisciplinary approach brings together its four disciplines: Management, Economics, Political Sciences, and Sociology.  In line with its innovative mission, it successfully links excellent research with contacts in the corporate and business world.

A large variety of courses at the University of Cologne are taught in English, although exchange students are also welcome to take classes in German or a combination of both languages. Coursework is typically assessed through written exams, papers, oral exams, and active class participation.
For more information, visit the Academic Programs webpage.
Housing Housing
Exchange students should start looking for accommodation around three to four months prior to their arrival. The following types of accommodation are suitable for semester exchange students:
  • Rooms temporarily sublet by Cologne students who have themselves gone abroad for studies
  • Rooms and apartments in student residences run by Kölner Studierendenwerk (public student service organization)
For more information, visit the Accommodations webpage.
Student Visa Student Visa
Depending on nationality and length of stay, exchange students accepted to study at Philipps-Universität Marburg may or may  not need to obtain a visa prior to their arrival in Germany.  In the past, citizens of the US, Canada, Australia, Israel, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand have been able to enter Germany as a tourist, i.e. with only their passport. This tourist visa is valid for 90 days. After arrival in Marburg, exchange students will need to apply for a student residency permit (Aufenthaltstitel). 

Since visa rules and regulations change frequently, consult the nearest German embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date information.
 
For more information, visit the Student Visa webpage.
Campus Location Campus Map
 
Resources Program Resources
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Program Contact Information

University of Cologne
WiSo Faculty
International Relations Center
incomings@wiso.uni-koeln.de

UT Dallas
Education Abroad

SSB 3.400
EducationAbroad@utdallas.edu
Click here to open an exchange nomination application:

Apply for Exchange


Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2018 02/15/2018 ** Rolling Admission 09/01/2018 12/16/2018

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants may be notified of their acceptance prior to the application deadline.