Application process

In order to ensure that your application process runs smoothly, we have put together these guidelines. Make sure you fulfill all requirements for a semester abroad and to be able to match the given deadlines before you start with the application process.

If you are an international degree-seeking student interested in one of our programmes, please go through the standard application process set by the Academic Board of the applicable Institute.

The mountain landscape is my pleasure here. Every morning when I wake up, I see that the mountains have changed. Sometimes I paint the landscape for relaxation.

Yuki Horikoshi, Japan




> An existing bilateral agreement between the two universities (Freemovers exempt)
> English certificate (upper intermediate Level B2 (+))
> Sufficient funds for the duration of the stay


Registration deadline for a stay in the winter semester:
15th of May (Business students)
15th of April (Architecture students)

Registration deadline for a stay in the summer semester:
1st November


Registrations are made via Mobility online. After the registration process, you will be asked to submit your transcript of records, English certificate and a letter of motivation. Then you need to  choose the modules/courses for the relevant semester. Architecture students also provide a portfolio: Portfolio requirements

Click below to register for your programme
Erasmus+ (SMS)
Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility (SMS)
Austauschprogramme ausserhalb Europas
Hilti Fellowship
EEA Grants

Course selection

Students can get an overview of our course offer in the university`s course catalogue. You find detailed information on content, learning objectives and ECTS credit points in the course catalogue.


Grading scale
6.0 - excellent
5.5 - very good
5.0 - good
4.5 - satisfactory to good
4.0 - adequate despite deficiencies
Grades under 4.0 signify inadequate performance

Verbal assessments

Admission, short stay permit and Schengen visa

As soon as you have been admitted by the University of Liechtenstein, you can download your letter of acceptance in Mobility Online and apply for your short-term residence permit in Liechtenstein. Students from countries outside the EEA and Switzerland also need a Schengen visa. The permit office at the University of Liechtenstein will contact you after your admission to help you with your short-term residence permit and Schengen visa.

Registration for the Student Dormitory

In order to register for a place in the student dormitory you will need the official letter of acceptance from the University. A few days after your admission, you will be sent the login for our booking system which you can use to book a room online.

Arrival and Introduction Week

You are asked to arrive in the week prior to the Introduction Week. At our Introduction Week we welcome you to the University of Liechtenstein and help you settle in to living and learning in Liechtenstein. You will of course meet the other international students there too. 

Erasmus+ App

Your travel guide for your stay abroad!

The Erasmus+ App accompanies you before, during and after your stay abroad with useful information and features:

- Checklists to guide you through the most important milestones
- Push notifications with important information from home and host universities
- Updates on the status of the Online Learning Agreement (OLA)
- Useful tips from other Erasmus+ participants and the possibility to share your own content
- Information about relevant events from local ESN organisations
- A newsfeed and local events and acitivites
- Connection to Online Linguistic Support (OLS)
- Information about other Erasmus+ programme activities

Here you can find more information and download the app:


«Last year I decided to come to the University of Liechtenstein for an exchange semester on the master programme in finance and this place stole my heart in such a way that I applied for the exchange extension! Amazing people, unforgettable meetings, highly professional training, excellent conditions for self-development and self-realization (OMG, the projects we were working on!..), improving the language skills and the establishment of personal and business contacts! And another pleasant bonus is the awesome nature – Liechtenstein is located 100% in Alpine region. So, within the last year I did not only acquire knowledge, but also got charged with positive energy, had great experiences and made lots of new friends from all over the world!»

Anna Strizhkova, Russia