Goethe University was primarily established in 1914 as a “citizen’s” university which was financially supported by a handful of rich residents of Frankfurt, Germany. Ever since its conception in 1914, the research-intensive university has been regarded as the most modern and well-funded university in Germany.
According to CWUR (Center for World University Rankings), Goethe University Frankfurt is globally ranked at #149.
|Annual Budget (2017)||€ 629 million|
|Number of Study programs||210|
|Tuition Fee||Not Charged|
|International Student Percentage||15.8% (7,600 international students)|
|Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance (international)||€ 9,876.42 (approx.)|
|Contact International Office||+49-69-798-3838 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
Application Deadlines July 15 (winter); January 15 (summer) Admission Requirements
Goethe University Frankfurt does not charge its students a tuition fee. However, there are other expenses a prospective student should be well capable of undertaking.
|Expense||Annual Cost in EUR|
|Semester Fee||€ 732.42|
|Health Insurance||€ 960|
|Leisure & Miscellaneous||€ 1,200|
The table above shows estimated annual cost of attendance for students pursuing their higher education at the Goethe University Frankfurt. Actual costs may vary depending upon nature of accommodation and personal spending tendencies.
It is recommended for international students to look for scholarship sponsors in their home country as only a limited number of funding options are available in Germany.
Goethe University Deutschland stipendium (up to € 500 per month for highly-qualified candidates for up to 6 months)
Master’s scholarship for 20 candidates per year who have outstanding performance at the undergraduate level.
Scholarships for relevant internships (available to undergraduates, graduates, and research-scholars)
Candidates can also work while pursuing their higher education in Germany for a maximum of 120 full days in a year.
|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$18178.72|