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Computer Science at the University of Konstanz - your study exchange

Welcome to the Department of Computer and Information Science. Scroll down for important information about your study exchange at the University of Konstanz.

Information for incoming international exchange students

Erasmus code

The University of Konstanz's Erasmus code: D KONSTAN01
Departmental code (subject area): 0610 - Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)

Advice and support - International Office

The university's International Office provides advice and support to all international students who have applied for a study exchange semester at the University of Konstanz. The incoming team can help you with most organisational issues, from the application process to participation in orientation programmes to finding suitable accommodation.

Departmental introductory event for our exchange students

At the beginning of each semester (April/October), there is a special introductory event for exchange students in our department. Here you will learn all the important information about the study program, the procedures and the supervision structure. In advance, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the department's website and the course catalog.

Courses offered by the department

Exchange students benefit from our strong international orientation: The majority of our advanced bachelor’s courses (5th semester and higher) and master’s courses are taught in English. This means that you will have no difficulty finding equivalent courses. Most of the courses taught entirely in German are bachelor's courses offered during the basic study period of our bachelor's programmes (1st-4th semester).

Registration deadlines and regulations for examinations

Detailed information on the departmental examination modalities can be found on our website:

(De-)registration Departmental mailing list

Exchange students are NOT automatically added to our mailing list! Please sign up to receive important emails from the department (information about course and exam registrations, etc.). Information on how to proceed can be found here:

If you are enrolled in another department or as an exchange student in our department you are NOT automatically added to the departmental mailing list. If this is the case, please make sure to subscribe to our mailing list, as important information may be circulated via email. To subscribe, please send an email from your university account ( to, typing subscribe in the subject line.

You can unsubscribe from the mailing list by sending an email to (keyword: unsubscribe). Please use your university account when unsubscribing from this service.