The Free University of Berlin was established in 1948 in Berlin, Germany. The research-based public university has hosted 5 Nobel Prize winners as its staff and is globally ranked at #104 by Times Higher Education, World University Rankings 2019.
Additionally, the 2019 QS World University Ranking by Subject positioned 13 subjects taught at the University among top 50 worldwide.
|Annual Budget||€ 510.2 million|
|Number of Degree Programs||177|
|Mode of Programs||Full-time; Part-time; Online|
|Total Number of Professors||358|
|International Student Percentage||13% (bachelor’s), 27% (master’s), 35% (doctoral)|
|Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance||€ 7,824|
|Contact Student Services||+49 30 838 70000 | email@example.com|
Free University of Berlin Admissions Application Deadlines July 15 (winter); January 15 (summer)
Free University of Berlin Fees & Other Costs Apart from some specific graduate and postgraduate programs, the Free University of Berlin does not charge its students a tuition fee. However, all students are required to pay a semester fee of 312 EUR twice every year.
|Expense||Amount in EUR|
|Semester Fee||€ 311.99|
|Cost of Living in Berlin||€ 600- € 700 per month|
Apartments can be rented in the city starting with a rent of at least € 300 per month. Shared apartments are cheaper and more popular among students.
Unfortunately, the Free University of Berlin does not offer any scholarship or funding to international students.
Apart from taking up part-time/student jobs, international candidates can browse for scholarships to study in Germany in their own country of residence.
Detailed information about German Scholarships for international students can be found here.
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|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$10793.62|
|Start of Application process||-|
|End of Application process||October 15, 2019|