How much Postgraduate Education Will Cost


1.      You don’t have to pay tuition fees in any institute of Germany but there are some who will charge fees of round about EUR 500 per semester. Actually these universities are the federal state universities because the federal state of Germany has announced some sort of tuition fees for their universities.

2.      The fees of the postgraduate courses have to be paid by the students in some universities but there is no fee for undergraduate courses.

3.      You should be able to prove that you have enough money to finance your all studies in the Germany that can be €7,500 for one year study program.

4.      International students have to submit a Semester contribution fee which is the registration fees payable every semester and is between €50 and €300.

5.      The costs of health insurance will be round about €300 per semester which is very compulsory. All those students that are from the countries of the EU and also from European Economic Area which is EEA and also all those that have public health insurance can easily get this type of insurance coverage. Actually these types of insurances are those that don’t cover all costs in Germany so better to check the administration officer of your selected university.

6.      You can also check with different individual institutions for more information about specific tuition and fee information.

7.      On the top of any course fee there is an estimated minimum monthly budget which is €650 that includes books and other study materials. The one third of this is always spent on the rent but it is possible to live in Germany with this amount.


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