Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg


Guide for Incoming ERASMUS students (Faculty of Law)
GuideforIncomingERASMUSstudents20182.pdf (externe Datei)


Anna Barfels & Annika Aumüller

phone: +49 345 55 23 160
fax: +49 345 55 27 081

room U.06
Universitätsplatz 3-5 (Juridicum)
06108 Halle (Saale)

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Information for Incomers

Welcome to Halle!

The ERASMUS-Office of the Law School welcomes you in Halle! We are pleased to help you preparing your stay here and are always there for you during your time at our university.

You can find a Guide for Incoming Students of the Faculty of Law in the menu on the right side ("documents"). It explains everything you need to know about choosing courses, ECTS and so on.

In order to find out more about your First Steps in Halle, please refer to this website of our International Office:

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Why study in Halle?

The faculty at a glance:

You can fin information on studying in Halle here

Any questions?

Prof. Stephan Madaus as well as his staff Felix Buschek and Lena Blaske warmly welcome every single international student  and are there to help with any problem that might arise - whether it  concerncs classes, exams, finding your way around campus or what to do  in Halle.


Departmental coordinator

Prof. Dr. Stephan Madaus

Phone:        +49 (0) 345 55 23190

Fax:            +49 (0) 345 55 27202



Anna Barfels & Annika Aumüller

Phone:        +49 (0) 345 55 23 160

Fax:            +49 (0) 345 55 27 081


For an appointment via skype please contact us through our email.


Room U.06

Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

Universitätsplatz 3-5

06108 Halle (Saale)


Admission as a student in Halle


As we offer different courses in foreign language every year, we are happy to provide you with our current programm via Email.

As a way for our Incoming-students to improve their German during their stay in Halle, the Language Centre (Sprachenzentrum) of the MLU offers a variety of free of charge German courses on beginners and advanced levels.

For more information, check:

General Information

For a general overview, please check our 'Guide for Incoming students', which you can download as a PDF. Take a look at the green box on the right hand side of this website!