Guest post by a student in Germany names Alexander (Bachelor of Science) Industrial Engineering with specialization in Electronics at the Fachhochschule Landshut.
- Go here to learn more about Study in Germany
Tuition fees were disestablished in most Bundesländer (German States).
You pay in just 3 State in Germany tuition fees.
You pay in Hamburg, Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony), and Bayern (Bavaria). ~ 500 Euro a semester.
For example – Tuition fees:
- Fachhoschule Landshut (University of Applied Sciences Landshut) 300 euro /semester
- Location: Lower Bavaria, about 80 km away from Munich.
- TU München (Technical University Munich) 500 Euro / semester
- Location: Upper Bavaria, Munich.
- TU Berlin (Technical University Berlin) 0 Euro / semester
- Location: Berlin
- FH Westküste (University of Applied Sciences Westküste ) 0 Euro / Semester
- Location: Schleswig-Holstein, Heide, about 100 km away from Hamburg
In Any Case you have to pay some fees for the Studentenwerk (student union): It is about 60 Euro per semester
Go to a smaller Town. Not the biggest Cities.
The Costs of Living were cheaper in smaler Towns. You get to know the people much better and the mentality.
And you might have more money to Visit bigger Cities for partying. But be assured in Smaller Towns are good parites too.
Costs of Living in Germany for Students
- Accommodation : 200 – 500 Euro (depends)
- Food – 300 to 600 Euros (if you cook yourself about you will spend about 10 Euro a day, if you eat in Mensa you will spend 15 Euro a day, if you eat at restaurants you spend about 20 a day… it depends on livestyle)
- Travel : ~ 50 Euro. There are programs for cheaper travel. Depends on your City.
- Office Supplies ~ 50 Euro (Papers, Pens, Books)
The rest depends on you. You should plan accordingly because you might want to go out on evenings have some party or just get to know the area.
But you should think about at least 600 Euro a month.
If you need to save money. You might pay 800 Euro a month for living and accommodation.
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