Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich is the second largest higher learning institute by student population in Germany. With a history of imparting higher education for over 500 years, the public university is internationally recognized for its innovative academic and research prowess, and is located in the heart of the city of Munich, Bavaria.
The research-intensive university is globally ranked at #62 by QS World University Ranking, 2019.
|Annual Budget (2017)||€ 1.727 billion|
|Number of Study Programs||200+|
|Mode of Programs||Full-time; Part-time; Online|
|Total Appointed Professors||762|
|International Student Percentage||16.7%|
|Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance (international)||€ 8, 418- € 12,018|
|Contact International Office||+49 (0)89 2180- 3156 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
Application Deadlines: July 15 (winter); January 15 (summer)
Ludwig Maximilian University of Berlin Tuition & Other Costs Apart for some summer programs and English-taught master’s programs, Ludwig Maximilian University of Berlin does not charge a tuition fee from its students. However, other costs that students are required to pay have been mentioned below:
|Expense||Amount in EUR|
|Semester Fee (twice every year)||€ 129.40|
|Room in Private Housing||€ 350- € 600 per month|
|Room in University Housing||€ 300- €375 per month|
|Health Insurance||€ 80 per month|
|Meals||€ 250 per month|
|Public Transport & Mobile||€ 50 per month|
|Total Yearly Expense (private housing)||€ 9,018- € 12,018|
|Total Yearly Expense (university housing)||€ 8,418- € 9,318|
The table shows estimated costs a student should be prepared to incur during their time at the university. Actual costs may vary depending on the choice of accommodation and personal spending habits.
Limited scholarships and funding options can be availed by international students from non-EU/EEA countries studying at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Berlin.
Students in third year of their study at the university may apply for scholarships. Eligibility for the same is decided on the basis of academic performance and financial need.
Deutschlandstipendium awards € 300 per month to highly-talented students. International candidates are eligible to apply.
Doctoral candidates can access funding by working without any time restrictions as academic assistants.
Scholarships and funding from the German government is hard to obtain for international students. It is recommended to look for study abroad scholarships awarded by your home-country/government.
|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$16190.42|