The University of Duisburg-Ellen is a dual-campus, public higher-education institute which was established in 2003. With campuses situated in Duisburg and Essen in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany it is among the youngest and largest universities of Europe. The university combines a variety of subject areas ranging from the humanities, social sciences and education sciences to economics, engineering, natural sciences and medicine.
A globally renowned research university, the institute maintains a strategic partnership with the Ruhr University Bochum and the Technical University of Dortmund.
According to the Times Higher Education World Universities Rankings 2019, the University of Duisburg-Essen is globally ranked #190. Additionally, it is ranked #19 among top 250 international universities that are not yet 50 years old (young university rankings) by THE.
|Annual Budget||€569.9 million|
|Number of Degree Programs Offered||244|
|Tuition Fee for International Students||Not Charged|
|International Student Percentage||19%|
|Total number of Professors||499|
|Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance (international)||€9,660|
|Contact International Office||+49 203 379-3704 | email@example.com +49 201 183-4128 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
Application Deadlines January 15 (summer semester); July 15 (winter semester) There are certain exceptional programs with varying deadlines. These include:
All undergraduate applications and medicine application should be made online via Uni-assist. For Master Degree programs, students can apply online directly via the university website.
The University of Duisburg-Essen does not charge its students any tuition fee. However, a semester contribution of approximately 204 EUR needs to be paid twice every year. Other monthly living expenses are tabulated below:
|Expense||Monthly Amount in EUR|
|Transport & Communication||€120|
|Books & Others||€20|
Graduate grants are available to international students who will have successfully completed their study within a year.
Duisburg-Essen University Foundation provides financial assistance to students who might have to drop out of their successful study program due to unforeseeable circumstances causing lack of money.
International students can fund their higher education by working 120 full days or 240 half days in a year.
Looking for scholarshipsin your home country before arrival into Germany is a recommended plan as the opportunities for funding and scholarships decrease after moving to Germany and starting your studies.
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|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$6873.83|
|Start of Application process||-|
|End of Application process||January 15, 2019|