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Can I take courses from other departments of Freie Universität Berlin such as Political Science courses or courses from the Economics Department?

Erasmus students:

Unfortunately not. You will be allowed to choose among a large number of law courses.

In addition to that you can take one German language course (level A2 to C1) per semester and courses from the cultural program for incoming exchange students ("Berlin and Germany in a European Perspective") that the FU Incoming Team presented to you during the orientation days.

Themis students:

Unfortunately not. If you speak German though, you will be allowed to take one German language course (level A2 - C1) in addition to your Themis courses.

Overseas students in Law-to-Law exchange programs:

Unfortunately not. You will be allowed to choose among a large number of law courses.

In addition to that you can take one German language course (level A2 to C1) per semester and courses from the cultural program for incoming exchange students ("Berlin and Germany in a European Perspective") that the FU Incoming Team presented to you during the orientation days.

Should you not know, if you are a participant of a Law-to-Law or of a university-wide exchange program, please ask the International Office at the Law Department.

Overseas students in university-wide exchange programs and DAAD scholars:

Yes, you are allowed to take courses from all departments and study programs for which you have been enrolled at Freie Universität Berlin. One German language course (level A2 to C1) and courses from the cultural program for incoming exchange students ("Berlin and Germany in a European Perspective") are also open to you.

However, courses from continuing education Master's programs (with tuition) might be excluded.

Should you not know, if you are a participant of a Law-to-Law or of a university-wide exchange program, please ask the International Office at the Law Department.