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Fees and Funding

Tuition fees

Administrative fees currently amount to €142/semester.

In addition, according to new regulations by the State of Baden-Württemberg students from non-EU countries are required to pay tuition fees of € 1,500 per semester. For concrete provisions and exemptions, see here.

Living Expenses

For more information about the expenses for studying in Freiburg and funding aid please have a look at the guide for international students and the website of the "Student Services Freiburg".

Scholarships for study in Germany

For your studies in Germany you can apply for a scholarship with the "German Academic Exchange Service" (DAAD, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst). Additional information on funding opportunities can be found on the DAAD website, too.

Exchange programs with China and Taiwan

Our institute's cooperation with the departments of history and sociology at Nanjing University provides our master students with the opportunity to attend regular courses at a Chinese university. Students interested in the exchange program send their applications to the Institute of Chinese Studies. Please contact the program coordinator for more information.

In addition, the International Office offers a number of exchange programs with other Chinese and Taiwanese partner universities, including Beijing University, Tongji University in Shanghai, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Hong Kong and National Taiwan University.

The deadline for the academic year 2018/19 for Nanjing and the exchange programs offered by the International Office is from 23.-26. October 2017. Please find more information here.

Students enrolled in the above-mentioned programs do not have to pay tuition fees in China and are sometimes provided a small stipend covering part of their living expenses.

For additional information, please visit the "Student Portal". You can also contact the International Office for more information about the exchange programs with Asia.


 

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