Fees and Funding

 

 

 

Applicants who would like to apply for a master's degree and have not completed any other master's degree so far do not have to pay any tuition fees.

Education in Germany is heavily funded by the federal states. As a result, despite the high quality of the German education system, the costs for studying in Germany are comparatively low.

 

Students enrolled at the University of Koblenz-Landau have to pay a recurring semester contribution. It covers part of the administration costs as well as social contributions to the AStA (Student Union) and the Studierendenwerk (Student Services). In Koblenz it also includes a student transit pass (public transportation within Koblenz and surroundings).

For more information on the current semester contribution please see here.

If required, you can buy a semester ticket at a reduced price offered by the two regional public transport companies, which is valid for one semester, i.e. six months.

The semester ticket of theVerkehrsverbund Rhein-Neckar (VRN) costs € 175 as of February 2020.

Students living in Karlsruhe can get a semester ticket from Karlsruher Verkehrsverbund (KVV) for € 162,80 as of September 2020.

Further information can be found on the websites of the public transport companies:

 

Students with a non-German degree (A-Levels or Bachelor) need to apply for our programs via uni-assist. The uni-assist application fee amounts to € 75 for the first desired course of study. Additional 30 € apply for every additional desired course of study.

Detailed information on payment procedures can be found on: uni-assist.de

 

 

We estimate that you need around € 720–850/month for rent, food, books, clothes, phone, health insurance, semester contribution and recreational activities.

On the following website you can find an overview of average prices in Germany displaying rent and utility costs as well as products of daily life: www.numbeo.com

Please also check the recommendations of the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) regarding costs of living: DAAD - Living costs

You do not need any proof of financial means to apply for our study programs. But please keep in mind that you may need it to apply for a visa.

 

 

 

The university itself does not have any restrictions on part-time jobs. However, restrictions may be given due to visa requirements. For this reason, please ask the German embassy or consulate about any restrictions regarding this matter when you apply for your visa.

Students from the European Union (EU) usually have free access to the German job market and are practically equivalent to German students. Normally, international students from other countries can work a total of 120 days per year. This does not include work as a research assistant. But please double check this at the German embassy or consulate when you apply for your visa.

Please consider that due to the work load of your study program you may not have the time to work. Therefore, please make sure that your finances are settled before your arrival in Germany.

To get support with the labor market integration, please check our STAIR project. It covers several events on the job application processes and helps you to connect with important regional partners like the Chamber of Industry and Commerce or the Federal Employment Agency.

 

Scholarships for applicants from partner universities

Students who have completed or are completing their Bachelor's degree at one of our partner universities are eligible to apply for a scholarship for the first year (a partial scholarship of € 500 per month). Please check the following website, whether your your previous or current university is a partner of the University of Koblenz-Landau:

https://www.uni-koblenz-landau.de/en/international-en/why-uni-ko-ld/international-cooperations?set_language=en

If you come from one of our partner universities, please send an email to welcome@uni-koblenz-landau.de and let us know which university you come from and which program you would like to study at our university. Please check the following website:

https://www.uni-koblenz-landau.de/en/international-en/incomings/scholarship/partnership_scholarship

 

Further Scholarship options

You can also apply for STIBET-Scholarships. More information about these are availabe here.

Students of the University of Koblenz-Landau who go abroad to a non-EU country for a semester in order to study or to undertake an internship can also apply for a PROMOS scholarship.

Apart from the funding mentioned above, there is a wide range of scholarship foundations. The DAAD offers an overview. The KOSINUS network also provides a summary of funding opportunities, as well as the scholarship database Stipendiumplus.de.

Financial aid for students faced with pandemic-related financial hardship

 

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The Scholarship Foundation

supports students who are

in a financial emergency 

 

 

The Scholarship Foundation Rhineland-Palatinate is funded by the Ministry of Education.

  

Financial aid for students faced with pandemic-related financial hardship

 

Students who have faced pandemic-related challenges in February, March and April 2021 by

 

  • losing their part-time job due to termination/suspension by the company or caused by health reasons or
  • not being able to work for their part-time job due to the (partial) closure of childcare facilities or schools, or
  • receiving rejections for applications due to the pandemic or
  • not being able to be financially supported by their parents anymore and
  • not receiving any other pandemic-related support (for instance by foundations such as BMBF) within the above-mentioned months

 

can submit an application for financial support with corresponding proof until

 

12 th of September 2021.

 

Another condition for receiving financial support is an official enrollment and active studies at the University of Koblenz-Landau in the winter semester 2020/2021 and in the summer semester 2021. The amount of support depends on the needs of the applicant.

 

Contact person for German students:

Mrs. Jungeilges, Department 33 in the Presidential Office in Mainz, Phone: +49 (0) 6131 -3746029, E-Mail: .

German students submit their application by email to jungeilg@uni-koblenz-landau.de and at the same time by post to: University of Koblenz-Landau, President's Office / Unit 33, P.O. Box 1864 in 55 008 Mainz.

 

Contact persons for international students:

 

Campus Koblenz:

Mrs. Ines Tobis, Welcome Center, Campus Koblenz, Phone: +49 (0) 261 287-2973, E-Mail: itobis@uni-koblenz.de

International students submit their application by email to itobis@uni-koblenz.de and at the same time by post to: University of Koblenz-Landau, International Office - Welcome Center, Campus Koblenz, Universitätsstrasse 1, Room D 116, 56070 Koblenz

 

Campus Landau:

Mrs. Vera Karpuschkin, Campus Landau, Phone: +49 (0) 6341 280-37168, E-Mail: Karpuschkin@uni-landau.de

International students submit their application by email to Karpuschkin@uni-landau.de and at the same time by post to: University of Koblenz-Landau, International Office - Welcome Center, Campus Landau, Fortstrasse 7, Building K, Room 1.25, 76829 Landau

 

You can find the application form in English here.