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What does it cost to study?

Semester contribution

Every student has to pay a semester contribution of EUR 154,00. This contribution helps to keep student facilities functioning and available.

The contribution is made up of the following:

  • EUR 70,00 administration fee
  • EUR 59,00 Student services
  • EUR 25,00 constituted students union

The fees must be paid at the beginning of each semester

Tuition fees

  • There are no tuition fees for citizen from EU/EEA countries and refugees
  • International students from non EU/EEA have to pay a tuition fee of EUR 1500 per semester
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Fundings for students

There are various scholarships that provide financial aid to the students of Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences. The following section gives you an overview of the scholarships available and provides important information on the criteria for scholarship as well as the scholarship amount. For further details, please refer to the contact persons listed for the university or the respective organisation.

The Federal Training Assistance Act (BAföG) provides state funding for school pupils and students to pursue education and training in Germany. International students may also be eligible to receive grants/loans pursuant to BAföG. For more information about BAföG support, please contact the Studierendenwerk Heidelberg providing student services. The Studierendenwerk also offers BAföG advisory services on a regular basis.

Costs of living

Life is not just about studying, isn't it? There are a couple of expenses you need to consider when moving to Heilbronn. Costs are of course dependent on your personal lifestyle, but can roughly be calculated as follows*

  • Rent and additional charges: 320 €
  • Food: 170 €
  • Clothing: 60 €
  • Textbooks and supplies:30 €
  • Car, public transport: 80 €
  • Health Insurance, medicine: about 70 €
  • Communication (telephone, Internet etc.): 30 €
  • Recreation, culture, sport: about 70 €

*Source: German student service 2019 www.studentenwerke.de

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