The University of Koblenz Landau was founded in 1990, making it one of the youngest universities in Germany. It has eight existing faculties. There are about 17000 students being offered admission with almost 8500 at each campus. The university provides facilities for research, teaching and, continuing education
|No. of Campuses||2|
|Applications Accepted||Online (Uni-assist portal for international students)|
|Intake Type||Mostly in winter semester|
|Mode of Program||Full-time, part-time, and online|
|Language of the Program||Mostly German except for a few courses in English|
|Winter semester||Mid-June to 15th of July (for applicants with German degree) Till 15th of May (for international applicants)|
|Summer semester||Mid-December to 15th of January (for applicants with German degree) Till 15th of January (for international applicants)|
General university entrance qualification or a recognized equivalent qualification is required. Official academic transcripts, official programme completion certificate, mark sheets, curriculum vitae, English language Scores. Certain courses also require a separate aptitude test. International students also need health insurance and proper visa.
German Language Proficiency Test:
German Examination TestDaF - Level 4
German Language Examination for University Entrance DSH-2
German Language Diploma of KMK Level 2 (DSD II)
Tuition fee :
The costs for the first study request amount to 75.00 EUR, for each further study request 30.00 EUR.
No fee is charged for students without a Masters degree and students, not from EU having a master’s degree are also exempted. Students who have completed a master’s degree in Germany or at any EU university need to pay 650 € per semester, for a second master's program.
Semester Fee :
In Koblenz, the semester fee is € 220 per semester. In Landau, it is 125.80 €
Application fee :
The administration fee for Uni-assist is € 75 (for the first time) and € 30 (for additional study).
Cost of Living :
About 700-800 € per month for rent, food, books, clothing, phone, health insurance, and recreational activities.
The university allows you to work while studying, but international students can face visa restrictions. Students may seek financial aid in the form of student loans, allowances, and Scholarships (15 July deadline).
The types of scholarships that can be opted by the students are:
PROMOS: for students working outside the EU for a semester as an internship.
DAAD: An international scholarship helping students to study in Germany.
Fulbright Scholarships: For students opting for professional study.
International students are recommended to look for scholarships in their home country as only a limited number of funding opportunities are available for non-EU/EEA country citizens after arriving to Germany.
|Start of Application process||-|
|End of Application process||December 15, 2019|
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