Erasmus students are supposed to take the majority of their courses in German. However, they may still take up to two English-taught courses per semester in addition to their German-taught courses. Regarding the limitation of English-taught courses, exceptions apply for students from Stockholm, from Cayenne and from Warwick. Students from those Erasmus partner universities are allowed to take all of their courses in English, if they do not speak German.
The lingua franca of the Themis program is English. That's why all Themis-accredited courses are taught in English. However, Themis students who are fluent in German may choose one course up to 6 ECTS-credits from our German-taught program, as long as this course has a focus on business law, comparative law or international law.
Overseas students and students from other exchange programs (i.e. DAAD scholars):
If you belong to this group of students, you can take as many English-taught courses as you wish.