Erasmus Program


If you are a student at one of our partner universities and wish to study at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, we would like to provide you with some basic information.

Please note, that our BA and MA program in Social and Cultural Anthropology are generally taught in German. However, we usually offer 2-3 BA and 2 MA courses per term in English. The thematic focus of these courses will vary from term to term, while the exact course program will be published only a few weeks in advance.

But you can consult our current course catalogue as a general reference.

  • If you are a Bachelor student, select "Core subject Social and Cultural Anthropology (2013 study regulations)"
  • If you are a Master student, select “Master's programme in Social and Cultural Anthropology (2013 study regulations)” 

The teaching language is usually indicated by the course title.


To prepare your learning agreement please observe the following 3 requirements:

1) BA-students may only receive ECTS in BA-courses and MA-students only in MA-courses. They may attend other classes as listeners only, if the professor accepts them into his or her class. However, they can only gain ECTS at their specific level.

2) Students should take at least 2/3 of their courses (e.g. 20 out of 30 ETCS) either in Social and Cultural Anthropology, or as Language courses, or with the course program for exchange students (for these special courses also see here).

3) We ask all students in the Erasmus Exchange Program to see the Departmental Erasmus Coordinator at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Mrs. Angelika Wolf, in her office (room 109) at any Thursday between 3 and 7 p. m. within the first four weeks of the term.


Please note the following ECTS regulations:

Under the European Credit Transfer System ECTS one point equals 30 hours of work.

 

ECTS BA Level

Lecture (EK, VV) or

Seminar (S, PS, HS)

Active and regular participation 3 ECTS no grade

Lecture (EK, VV) or

Seminar (S, PS, HS)

Active and regular participation

+ written examination / assignment (3000 words)

7 ECTS graded



ECTS MA Level

Lecture or Seminar

(GK, PS, S, OS)

Active and regular participation 3 ECTS no grade

Lecture or Seminar

(GK, PS, S, OS)

Active and regular participation

+ written examination / assignment (5000 words)

7 ECTS graded

 

Please use the Campus Management System (CM) to register for your courses..


Grading

FU-Noten in ECTS-Grades

1,0 – 1,5

A

1,6 – 2,0

B

2,1 – 3,0

C

3,1 – 3,5

D

3,6 – 4,0

E

4,1 – 5,0

F

Teilnahme

P

 

For inquiries about academic aspects of your study visit, please contact the departmental Erasmus Coordinator, Mrs. Angelika Wolf (erasmus-ska@polsoz.fu-berlin.de).

For all administrative and practical matters relating to your exchange please contact the Student Exchange Office.

Ms Nicole SCHINDLER
Erasmus+ Programme Administrator
Student Exchange Office
Student Service Center (SSC)
Iltisstr. 4 (subway station: Dahlem Dorf)
14195 Berlin

Tel: +49 (0)30 838-70000
Email: info-service@fu-berlin.de:


You are a member of the faculty in one of our partner universities and wish to build up academic exchange:

http://www.fu-berlin.de/en/studium/international/studium_fu/auslandssemester/erasmus_in/infos_partneruniversitaeten/index.html

 

Please contact:

M. A. Angelika Wolf
Departmental Erasmus Coordinator
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology
Landoltweg 9-11, 14195 Berlin
Room No. 109

E-Mail: erasmus-ska@polsoz.fu-berlin.de

BGSMCS
Berlin Southern Theory Lecture