It’s great that you’re interested in the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich (HMTM)! Every semester we welcome a large number of Erasmus students from all over Europe.
As well as studying at the University of Performing Arts Munich (HMTM), we offer you the opportunity to get to know Munich and its surroundings better and to improve your language skills. You can find information on events here.
We will happily support you in preparing for your Erasmus stay. Please note that you must submit your application to the International Office or ERASMUS Office at your own university or college.
The University of Performing Arts Munich (HMTM) offers a wide range of subjects and courses. Here you can find an overview of all subjects, plus the current course catalogue.
Erasmus ID Code
Application and Deadlines
Students at our partner universities are requested to apply via EASY, the common online application system for European music universities and conservatoires. We request universities and conservatoires which do not have a contract with us to get in touch with us first.
15 March for an academic year beginning in October (winter semester and summer semester).
Notes on completing the Learning Agreement
To fill in the Learning Agreement, please use study plans you can find for each study course here. There you can choose a degree course e.g. Flöte -> Studium -> Bachelor of Music -> Studienplan.
Please find here the semester dates and other deadlines.
Main subject teachers
Erasmus+ exchange students at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich can only be taught by professors and full-time lecturers (hauptamtliche Dozenten (HD)).
Please find their e-mail-addresses here.
Please send applications via AEC Online Application System - EASY for mobility among higher music education institutions (https://aec.dreamapply.com/). The application deadline is 15 March.
In order to be registered as a student, you must have adequate health insurance. Insurance coverage is not automatically provided. Students have to make arrangements by themselves.
Depending on your country of origin, there are different regulations:
1. Students from countries of the European Union (EU):
2. Students originating from non-EU countries with which Germany has a social insurance treaty (Iceland, former Yugoslavian states, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey):
Every student including Erasmus+ exchange students has to pay a Student Services Organization fee / social fee (Studentenwerksbeitrag) and a fee for a basic semester ticket. Accepted exchange students will be informed in detail in their Letter of admission.
You can find the course catalogue here.
Merike Steinert, Erasmus+ Incoming Exchange Coordinator
Tel.: +49 89 289-27430