University of Regensburg is a public, higher-learning institute with a focus on research-based study. Established in 1962 as a regional university in the state of Bavaria, Germany, it is located in the old town of Regensburg. In the last few decades, the University of Regensburg has established itself as a prestigious institute globally renowned for its research and teaching.
The University of Regensburg boasts an excellent infrastructure and a favorable student-teacher ratio. The CWUR (Center for World University Rankings), 2016 had globally ranked it #317, and placed it at #27 among German Universities.
|Annual Budget (2017)||€ 239 million|
|Number of Courses Offered||244|
|Tuition Fee||Not Charged|
|International Student Percentage||7.7%|
|Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance (international)||€ 9,048|
|Contact International Office||+49 (0)941 943-2382 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
Application Deadlines *July 15 (winter); January 15 (summer) Admission Requirements
*Application Deadlines for some programs may vary. Complete information about deadlines can be found here. **Some programs only require German language proficiency at the DSH 1 level, whereas master’s and doctoral program taught in English do not require German language proficiency.
The University of Regensburg does not charge its students any tuition fee. However, studying in Germany is not inexpensive, and international students need to keep in mind other costs such as food, accommodation, travel etc. Additionally, the university charges its regular students a semester fee of approximately 145 EUR, which needs to be paid twice every year. Monthly expenses that students of the University of Regensburg will incur have been tabulated below:
|Expense||Monthly Amount in EUR|
|Rent & Utilities||€ 200- € 300|
|Books & Supplies||€ 20|
|Semester Contribution||€ 24 (approx)|
|Communication (internet & mobile)||€ 33|
|Health Insurance||€ 89|
|Leisure & Clothing||€ 118|
In order to get a residence permit in Germany, international students need to prove that they are capable of spending at least 729 EUR per month for the duration of their stay.
The University of Regensburg does not offer any scholarships or funding to its students.
The German Student Exchange Service (DAAD) is the biggest platform with a comprehensive list of scholarships for international students.
International students may finance a portion of their study by working 240 full days or 120 half-days in a year. However, it is recommended not to depend excessively on work opportunities.
Other information related to scholarships and funding opportunities in Germany can be browsed by clicking here.
|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$293.13|