A secured bank account is not required.
The all-inclusive fees are currently 19,500 euros for the academic year 2020/2021.
The fees must be paid upon receipt of the admission to the Freshman program in order for the student to participate in the course.
This includes the €500 security deposit for rooms, which will be paid back at the end of Freshman year, if no damage has occurred.
This summary and short explanation of the fees of the Freshman Institute is not legally binding. Only your original admission letter legally binding.
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If a student cancels his or her enrollment before the program begins, the following conditions for refunding his or her payment apply:
- Cancellation before 1 August of the planned academic year: 85% refund
- Cancellation before 1 September of the planned academic year: 70% refund
- Cancellation before 1 October of the planned academic year: 50% refund
- Cancellation after 1 October: no refund
Students live in double rooms with another student of the same sex during the Freshman year.
See Student Life for more information.
All classes and language courses are included. Practical workshop training/internship is included for selected programs. See Calender Classes Internship for details.
Semester Ticket for Public Transportation
The Semester Ticket is for free travel on most public transportation within the German state of North-Rhine Westphalia and is included in the Freshman fees.
During the Freshman year
Tuition in the bachelor’s program is fully subsidized by the German government for excellent international and domestic students; therefore students do not have to pay any tuition fees for bachelor’s or master’s programs. After completion of the Freshman year, students enrolled in a bachelor’s program must pay only the semester fee, which is currently approximately €300 per semester. For students in the German state of North Rhine/Westphalia, this mandatory semester fee includes public transportation within and other amenities. At the time of enrollment in the bachelor’s program, most students will need a blocked account, which currently requires about €9000 per year to cover their living expenses. Students can access the money from their blocked account in monthly increments.
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