Erasmusu Staff Written 3 years ago
Welcome to the forum for Erasmus Stuttgart 2018 / 2019!
This is the place where Erasmus students, or any exchange students, that are headed for Stuttgart in 2018 / 2019 can introduce themselves and get to know one another before they arrive. Introduce yourself to the forum and ask any questions you may have about the city, the University, where to stay, where to eat, the prices and cost of living in Stuttgart, places for Erasmus parties or any other question you may habe. Here you can also find:
- The accommodation in Stuttgart
- Other students that are looking for accommodation
- Students jobs in Stuttgart
- The general forum for Stuttgart
- The blog Erasmus Stuttgart
- What to see in Stuttgart, Erasmus party, where to eat
- Erasmus experiences in Stuttgart
- People who have been, are and will be in Stuttgart
- A photo gallery of Stuttgart
- The map and weather in Stuttgart
- The universities in Stuttgart
Warning! If you want to advertise an accommodation or your are looking for one... the forum is not the place for doing that. In order to advertise your accommodation in Stuttgart or in order to find roommates don’t use this forum, go to the accommodation section of Stuttgart.
Livin' la vida Erasmus!
Gosia Grela Written 3 years ago
My name is Gosia and I study mechanical engineering on University of Technology in Wroclaw ( Breslau).
I want to ask if 500 euro for month is enough to live there? With food, room, tickets?
It is hard to pass all exams/ subjects? My field of study ( maschinenbau) is offered only in German and I am afraid that with my language level between B1-B2 it will be vey, very hard...
And how is it with choosing courses there? The courses should be chosen according to plan at your original university or just the name of department ? ( for example: I study mechanical engineering, specialization: design in Wrocław and there I should choose Maschinenbau Spezialisierung: Konstruktion and I dont have to worry about anything?)
Another, very important question. Does erasmus student have easier to pass ? I can not imagine being treated equally as normal german students ...:p
I still have time to choose different university but I am really interested in Stuttgart Uni.
I beg for some advice here ;-)