Study abroad

Anyone that studies abroad doesn't just improve their resume — they improve themselves. With more than 530 partner universities, LMU offers you a global network and the right advice to study further afield.

LMU students

1,242 LMU students in the year 2021/22 were successfully accepted onto a foreign study exchange program as part of Erasmus+ or our very own LMUexchange.

Worldwide universities

This is the number of international universities available to you when you choose to study at LMU!


You can spend up to two semesters abroad if you want.

What you need to know at a glance

A study abroad program is a defining experience not just academically speaking. But where should you go? Which university is best for you? And how can you prepare? We've put together this information and more in German for you.


The more prepared you are, the better the experience will be. So here's the information and services you should know about to make sure you get it right.

Exchange programs

Erasmus+ is the largest exchange program in Europe. While LMUexchange gets you to America, Asia, Australia or Africa.

Routes abroad

Returning back from abroad

Just because your foreign experience is over, doesn't mean you can't continue to enjoy an international flair. Nearly 18 percent of all students at LMU have come from abroad. And there's a number of initiatives with a focus on intercultural activities for you and them.

What are you looking for?