Welcome to the Rostock University of Music and Drama (hmt Rostock)!
The exchange of students and lecturers enabled by the Erasmus+ programme is a huge enrichment for both the participants and our university. Students are rapidly integrated into life at hmt Rostock and so far, they have all been delighted with their experiences.
We look forward to every application!
- Enrolment at a university taking part in the Erasmus+ programme
- German language skills that correspond to B1 CEFR
- Nomination from the home university
For winter semester and the whole academic year: 1 April
For summer semester: 1 December
Apply via the EASY PORTAL. If you can’t find hmt Rostock, please contact us: erasmushmt-rostockde.Applications via email will also be considered.
You must submit the following documents:
- tabular CV
- cover letter
- letter of recommendation
- 20-minute video recording of yourself (three to four scores, including recordings for composition students)
- transcript of records
The selection criteria are:
- level of application
- capacity of the desired department
You can use the course timetable [de] to fill out the Learning Agreement. We will be happy to provide any required assistance.
Every student must pay the semester fee of € 214. It consists of € 75.00 for the Studierendenwerk (Student Services), € 9.00 for the student body [de] and € 130.00 for the semester ticket for the local public transport network.
If you would like to take a language course, you have to transfer a course fee of € 40.00 per semester to the Language Centre when you register.
In order to make your arrival in Rostock as stress free as possible, we suggest you start looking for accommodation as soon as possible. This is easy to do online!
Rostock provides an abundance of cultural offers. We suggest you subscribe to the following pages or visit them regularly so that you don’t miss out on anything. There are lots of ways to get to know new people and plenty of events for you to go to.
- StuRa for events at hmt Rostock
- Local Erasmus Initiative Students for the events with all of Rostock’s Erasmus students
I can’t speak any German yet: can I still apply? We would like you to have German language skills equivalent to B1 to help you tackle everyday life. However, you won’t have to prove anything. We strongly recommend you visit a German course as soon as you decide you would like to come to Germany. You can also take a language course during your stay and have the credits recognised at your home institution.