Those studying in full time at our university but are otherwise enrolled at other institution of higher education are classified as visiting students. They usually attend two, sometimes even three subjects, one of them being at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, including all non-assessed coursework and examinations. The opposite of being a visiting student is having a status of a full-time student, the latter at the institution of higher education at which you are enrolled. In this case, organizing studies is often more demanding than when studying at a single location. This is not just due to the fact that there are different rules for comparable issues, and that you have to find and handle two different contact partners, but also that course registration differs from institution to institution. Both examinations offices and subject-specific advisers will help you keep track of everything.
The University of Erfurt offers a teacher training subject Catholic Theology in Religious Education which can be combined with all teacher training subjects for the selected type of school at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena (except: philosophy, ethics, and the study programme Protestant Theology in Religious Education—Teacher Training).
Being enrolled at our university, you attend the second teacher training subject here. If the second subject has admission restrictions, please apply online via the application portal of the dialogue-oriented service procedure (DoSV). The application deadline is 15 July. Most teacher training subjects do not require registration. For these subjects fill in these (online application is not possible) and send these to the Student Service Centre by 15 September.
After you have received the confirmation of enrolment from our university, you can send the application for admission as a visiting student for the subject Catholic Theology to the University of Erfurt.
Students who are enrolled as full-time students at
should apply for the second teacher training course or minor subject within a bachelor's programme being studied at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena.
Students who are enrolled as a full-time student at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena
should apply for a status as a visiting student directly at the University of Music Franz Liszt Weimar.
Applications for subjects with admission restrictions in the cooperative study programmes above should be submitted by 15 July the application portal (DoSV procedure). There you can also find further information on the documentation required.
For applications in subjects without admission restrictions in the cooperative study programmes above, please complete this application and submit to the Student Service Centre by 15 September, including the following documents:
A certificate of student status submitted by the deadline is sufficient for re-registration for the following semester.