The University of Wuerzburg, also known as Julius-Maximilians-Universität (JMU) Würzburg, is one of the oldest higher education institutes in Germany primarily dedicated to science-related study and focusing extensively on innovative research.
Providing education to nearly 29,000 students, the public, research-based university is located in Würzburg, Bavaria and has been globally ranked at #159 by World University Rankings 2019.
|Budget (2018)||€ 503 million|
|Number of Degree Programs||250|
|Total Number of Professors||446|
|International Student Percentage||9% (2,671)|
|Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance||€ 8,660|
|Contact International Office||+49 931 31-82805 | email@example.com|
Application Deadlines July 15 (winter); January 15 (summer) Application Requirements
International candidates without a German high school education/college degree seeking admission to degree programs at the University of Wuerzburg may apply via the International Office accessible on the university’s website. Substitutes for DSH Examination
The University of Wuerzburg does not charge a tuition fee. However, there are other cost to be considered. Apart from a semester contribution of € 129.90 per semester, students will incur the following estimated costs per month.
|Expense||Amount in EUR|
|Health Insurance||€ 80|
|Broadcasting Fee||€ 18|
Estimated annual cost of attendance for candidates pursuing a degree program at the University of Wuerzburg is € 8,660.
Chances of receiving a scholarship in Germany in the first 4 months of study is virtually impossible for international students.
The university offers funding to international candidates who find themselves in emergency situations and cannot keep up with the required expenses.
International (non-EU) students working as academic assistants can work for unlimited period of time.
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