The University of Konstanz is a reform university which has combined top-level research with excellence in teaching and studies ever since its foundation in 1966. The public, higher-education institute lies close to Lake Constance in the city of Konstanz, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany.
According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019, the University of Konstanz is globally ranked #189. Additionally, Young University Rankings 2016 ranked it #7 among German Universities.
University of Konstanz strongly prioritizes internationality and interdisciplinary collaborations. The university participates in scientific collaborations and exchange programs with more than 70 universities worldwide, making it one of the elite universities in Germany.
|Annual Budget (2017)||€ 188.65 million|
|Number of Study programs||100+|
|Number of Professors (full-time)||210|
|Tuition Fee for International Students from non-EU/EEA countries||€ 1,500 per semester|
|International Student Percentage||12.9%|
|Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance (international)||€ 11,640|
|Contact International Officefirstname.lastname@example.org|
For programs with admission restrictions: July 15 (winter); January 15 (summer)
For programs without admission restrictions: September 15 (winter); March 15 (summer)
All degree students from non-EU/EEA countries are required to pay a tuition fee of 1500 EUR per semester. In addition to the tuition fee, a semester fee of 160 EUR has to be paid twice every year by students of the University of Konstanz. The cost of living in Konstanz is approximately 720 EUR per month. The break-up of these costs have been tabulated below:
|Expense||Amount in EUR|
|Accommodation||€ 230- € 420/ month|
|Food||€ 120- € 250/month|
|Study Material||€ 50- € 100/month|
|Health Insurance||€ 85- € 90/month|
|University Fees||€ 160/semester|
|Tuition Fee (non-EU/EEA)||€ 1500/ semester|
|Personal Expenses & Transport||€200- € 400/month|
The costs incurred by students of the university will vary depending on the type of accommodation and personal spending habits.
The university offers limited number of scholarships for highly-talented foreign students in bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs.
Students who find themselves in need of financial assistance after completing two or more semesters of study due to unforeseen circumstances, can apply for emergency funding provided by the university.
International students can take up side jobs for up to 120 days (8 hr/day), or 240 half-days (4hr/day) in a year while pursuing their education at the university.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is one the major German organizations providing scholarships to international students.
|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$3408.51|