Virtueller Austausch zwischen LERU-Partnern

Das Internationale von zu Hause aus erleben

Die LMU München bietet Studierenden die Möglichkeit, Kurse von internationalen Partneruniversitäten online für Credits zu belegen. Dieses virtuelle Austauschprogramm ist eine gemeinsame Initiative mehrerer Universitäten innerhalb der League of European Research Universities, und soll Studierenden ermöglichen, internationale Erfahrungen zu sammeln, ohne ins Ausland gehen zu müssen.

Outgoing Students

Kurse von Partneruniversitäten im Wintersemester 2022/23

Pharmaceutical Sciences


Registration Deadline: 09 September 2022

Arts / European Studies Transnational and Global Perspectives

Registration Deadline: 09 September 2022

Computer Science

Sciences / Chemical Biology

Registration Deadline: 01 September 2022

Kurse von Partneruniversitäten im Sommersemester 2023

Pharmaceutical Sciences


Registration Deadline: 15 January 2023

Cultural Studies

Registration Deadline: 15 January 2022

Psychology / Education

Registration Deadline: 30 January 2023

Anmeldeprozess für LMU-Studierende

Sie haben ausgewählt, was Sie studieren möchten? Jetzt können Sie sich anmelden, indem Sie diesen Schritten folgen:

  • Sind Sie an der LMU eingeschrieben?
  • Erfüllen Sie die Zugangsvoraussetzungen für den Studiengang?
  • Verfügen Sie zum Zeitpunkt der Anmeldung über ausreichende Kenntnisse der Unterrichtssprache?
  • Passt der Kurs zeitlich und vom Lernpensum her in Ihren Studienplan?
    Denken Sie daran, dass Online-Kurse genauso viel Zeit in Anspruch nehmen wie reguläre Kurse. Prüfen Sie auch den Prüfungstermin; er liegt möglicherweise nicht in der gleichen Woche wie Ihr reguläres Programm.

Füllen Sie das Online-Anmeldeformular aus und reichen Sie ein Motivationsschreiben (max. 1 Seite) ein, in dem Sie erklären, warum Sie an dem Kurs interessiert sind und was Sie sich davon versprechen.

Sie können Ihr Motivationsschreiben an virtual.exchange@lrz.uni-muenchen.de schicken.

Die Fristen variieren je nach Universität - bitte informieren Sie sich über den Kurs, den Sie belegen möchten!!!

Wenn Sie möchten, dass die Studienleistungen und die Noten für den virtuellen Austauschkurs als Teil Ihres regulären Studiums angerechnet werden, müssen Sie im Voraus die Genehmigung Ihres Studienkoordinators einholen. Bitte schicken Sie uns eine Bestätigung der Genehmigung von Ihrem Studienkoordinator per E-Mail zu. Für Kurse aus der KU Leuven ist ein Learning Agreement (Tausch eines an der LMU belegten Kurses gegen den beim Partner) notwendig und daher genehmigungspflichtig.

Aufgrund einer begrenzten Anzahl von Plätzen pro Kurs wird es ein Auswahlverfahren geben. Sie erhalten zu gegebener Zeit eine Entscheidung. Die erfolgreichen Bewerber erhalten weitere Informationen und Unterlagen vom Virtual Exchange Coordinator.

Incoming Students

Kurse der LMU Wintersemester 2022/23

  • One Health Core Competencies (3 ECTS)

    The One Health Core Competencies course consists of a blended learning system, including synchronous and asynchronous units. In the asynchronous sessions, the participants will be led through the theoretical foundations of interdisciplinary teamwork, systems thinking and the One Health approach through self-study with interactive elements on the Moodle-platform. Participants will also see illustrative examples of current One Health scientific cases. During the synchronous sessions, participants will meet online via ‘Zoom’ and work together as multi- and interdisciplinary teams. They will reflect and discuss on the One Health approach and solve a real-world One Health problem using an interactive problem-based learning method. The learned content will be reviewed in interactive tasks on Moodle. As a final assignment, participants will develop a written report – the “Mission Plan” for solving the One Health problem.

    The module will last for 8 weeks, starting on 3rd October 2022, and is designed for around 90 working hours (3 ECTS), including 30 hours working with online material and meetings and around 60 hours self-study and project work.

    Target group:
    Master/PhD students in human health (human medicine, nursing, public health, epidemiology), animal health (veterinary medicine, agricultural studies), environmental studies (ecology, wildlife studies, sustainability), and social studies (anthropology, economics, geography, sociology, psychology).

    Dates: 03.10.2022- 27.11.2022
    Language: English
    Nominations by 12 September 2022

  • Introduction to Global Health (3 ECTS)

    In this course, students will gain a basic understanding of Global Health. The course consists of a blended learning system, including synchronous ( 3 sessions) and asynchronous units. In the asynchronous sessions, the participants will be led through the theoretical foundations of global health, the effects of globalisation on health and the burden of disease, the different determinants of health, ethical issues involved in health, strategies to improve global health and working in an interdisciplinary environment, through self-study with interactive elements on Moodle. Participants will also see illustrative examples of current Global Health issues. During the synchronous sessions, participants will meet online via ‘Zoom’ and form groups and present their project. The learned content will be reviewed in interactive tasks on Moodle. As a final assignment, participants will work on a group project which they will present in the final synchronous session.

    The module will last for 12 weeks, starting on 31 October 2022, and is designed for around 90 working hours (3 ECTS), including 30 hours working with online material and meetings and around 60 hours self-study and project work.

    Target group: Bachelor/Master

    Dates: 31.10.2022- 28.02.2023

    Synchronous Sessions: 31 October 2022, 28 November 2022, 27/28 February 2023

    Language: English

    Nominations by 03 October 2022

Virtual Field Trip (3 ECTS)

This is a 7 days regional geology field trip, with specific exercises designed for each trip stop locations. The purpose is to give an introduction to the geology of a specific region: rock types present, ages, environments, and geologic evolution of the area over time. Emphasis during the trip is on using sketches to understand geometric and age relationships. The virtual trip is self-guided (using both a special virtual environment, and Google Earth), but several online live meetings will also be made available for discussion of each trip stop.

Dates: TBA

Language: English

Requirements: Master students need to have a Bachelor degree in Geosciences, and Bachelor students need to be at least in their second year of a Geosciences Bachelor. Basic knowledge of rocks and geologic processes is essential.

Nominations by TBD

Kurse der LMU Sommersemester 2022/23

  • One Health Core Competencies (3 ECTS)

    The One Health Core Competencies course consists of a blended learning system, including synchronous and asynchronous units. In the asynchronous sessions, the participants will be led through the theoretical foundations of interdisciplinary teamwork, systems thinking and the One Health approach through self-study with interactive elements on the Moodle-platform. Participants will also see illustrative examples of current One Health scientific cases. During the synchronous sessions, participants will meet online via ‘Zoom’ and work together as multi- and interdisciplinary teams. They will reflect and discuss on the One Health approach and solve a real-world One Health problem using an interactive problem-based learning method. The learned content will be reviewed in interactive tasks on Moodle. As a final assignment, participants will develop a written report – the “Mission Plan” for solving the One Health problem.

    The module will last for 8 weeks, starting mid-May, and is designed for around 90 working hours (3 ECTS), including 30 hours working with online material and meetings and around 60 hours self-study and project work.

    Target group:
    Master/PhD students in human health (human medicine, nursing, public health, epidemiology), animal health (veterinary medicine, agricultural studies), environmental studies (ecology, wildlife studies, sustainability), and social studies (anthropology, economics, geography, sociology, psychology).

    Dates: mid-May to early July 2023
    Language: English
    Nominations by 02 May 2023

  • Introduction to Global Health (3 ECTS)

    In this course, students will gain a basic understanding of Global Health. The course consists of a blended learning system, including synchronous ( 3 sessions) and asynchronous units. In the asynchronous sessions, the participants will be led through the theoretical foundations of global health, the effects of globalisation on health and the burden of disease, the different determinants of health, ethical issues involved in health, strategies to improve global health and working in an interdisciplinary environment, through self-study with interactive elements on Moodle. Participants will also see illustrative examples of current Global Health issues. During the synchronous sessions, participants will meet online via ‘Zoom’ and form groups and present their project. The learned content will be reviewed in interactive tasks on Moodle. As a final assignment, participants will work on a group project which they will present in the final synchronous session.

    The module will last for 12 weeks, starting on 17 April 2023, and is designed for around 90 working hours (3 ECTS), including 30 hours working with online material and meetings and around 60 hours self-study and project work.

    Target group: Bachelor/Master

    Dates: 17 April 2023 - 18 July 2023

    Synchronous Sessions: 17 April 2023, 22 May 2023, 17/18 July 2023

    Language: English

    Nominations by 20 March 2023

Virtual Field Trip (3 ECTS)

This is a 7 days regional geology field trip, with specific exercises designed for each trip stop locations. The purpose is to give an introduction to the geology of a specific region: rock types present, ages, environments, and geologic evolution of the area over time. Emphasis during the trip is on using sketches to understand geometric and age relationships. The virtual trip is self-guided (using both a special virtual environment, and Google Earth), but several online live meetings will also be made available for discussion of each trip stop.

Dates: TBA

Language: English

Requirements: Master students need to have a Bachelor degree in Geosciences, and Bachelor students need to be at least in their second year of a Geosciences Bachelor. Basic knowledge of rocks and geologic processes is essential.

Nominations by TBD

Anmeldung für Studierende der Partneruniversitäten

Nach der Nominierung durch Ihre Heimatuniversität erhalten Sie weitere Details zur Anmeldung sowie dieses Anmeldeformular zum Ausfüllen. Dies sollte im Normallfall ungefähr eine Woche nach der Deadline geschehen..

Sie erhalten dann weitere Informationen, wie Sie zum Kurs gelangen.

Archiv

Die angebotenen Kurse der vergangenen Semester finden Sie hier im Archiv (PDF, 354 KB).

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