1. Biochemistry Structured Exchange Program (Dept. of Biology, Chemistry, Pharmacy):
It is planned to make a master‘s/ doctoral exchange with selected international partners (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, University of California San Francisco, Tel Aviv University) an integral part of the study program and, thus, allow students and doctoral candidates to get to know additional research methods of the partner institutions as a regular part of their studies.
2. Supramolecular Interactions (Dept. of Biology, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Dept. of Physics):
It is planned to integrate a regular exchange of students as well as annual summer schools with the established partners Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation(CSIRO), Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and National University of Singapore in the study program.
3. Joint Master in Nanoscience (Dept. of Biology, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Dept. of Physics):
The Excellence Cluster Nanoscience plans to set up a joint master’s program with the UniversitéParis Diderot. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a joint degreeof the “Deutsch-Französische Hochschule”
4. “Diversity in the Cultures of Physics” (Dept. of Physics):
This series of summer schools with various foreign partner universities (such as Uppsla University,Stockholm University) intends to give young female physicists insights into the various possible activities in their research field, facilitate encounter with science in its cultural, political, and daily context and inform them about equal opportunities in the European research community.
5. FU-X Structured Program (Dept. of Physics):
It is planned to set up a structured exchange with the Ecole Polytechnique Paris that leads to mutual recognition of credits and, when completing several exchange semesters, to a joint degree of both universities respectively.
6. Structured PhD Exchange (Inst. for Latin American Studies):
Within the doctoral program Latin American Studies, it is planned to establish a network of doctoral students on research on globalization with the Mexican partner universities of the International Research Training Group and Columbia University.