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As of winter semester 2017/18 international students from non-EU/EEA countries enrolled in undergraduate degree programmes and consecutive Master's degree programmes at institutions of higher education in Baden-Württemberg are subject to tuition fees.
Tuition fees must also be paid by all German and international students studying for a second degree.
Information on the practical implementation of the tuition fees regulation will be provided during the application and admission procedure for the winter semester 2017/18.
Further information (in German) on the introduction of tuition fees in the winter semester 2017/18 is available on the website of the Ministry for Science, Research and Art of Baden-Württemberg.

 
Use of tuition fees

Up until the 2011/12 winter semester, Heidelberg University collected tuition fees. In the interest of greater transparency, each semester the university publishes overviews of how tuition fees are allocated and used. [More...]

 
Social contribution for student services

The social contribution for student services is mandatory, to be paid on enrolment and re-registration. This fee helps support student services (cafeteria, dining halls, student housing, psychotherapeutic counselling office).

Information on reimbursement of student services fee

Application for reimbursement of student services fee

Student service fee regulations

 

 
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Fax +49 6221 54-3503
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Fees for study at Heidelberg University

Study at Heidelberg University costs 152.30 euros per semester (there are special fees for continuing education and existing non-consecutive master's degree programmes). The amount is due at the beginning of each semester on re-registration, i.e. must be paid at time of enrolment. The fees include the following:

 

70.00 euros Administrative costs
49.00 euros Social contribution for student services: Student services fees
 7.50 euros Fee for the constituted student body
25.80 euros Complementary financing of regional transit pass
(Semesterticket)
152.30 euros Total

All fees in detail
(auditing courses, replacement student ID, etc.)

 

Re-registration

Enrolment

Student financing

 

Bank details of Heidelberg University

Funds transfer

Baden-Württembergische Bank, Stuttgart

IBAN: DE28 6005 0101 0004 9617 81

SWIFT/BIC: SOLADEST600

(BLZ 600 501 01  Kto. 4961781)

Use: Matriculation no.

Cash payment

Sparkasse Heidelberg  - Am Universitätsplatz
KTO: 21 911
BLZ: 672 500 20

 

News

As of winter semester 2017/18 international students from non-EU/EEA countries enrolled in undergraduate degree programmes and consecutive Master's degree programmes at institutions of higher education in Baden-Württemberg are subject to tuition fees.
Tuition fees must also be paid by all German and international students studying for a second degree.
Information on the practical implementation of the tuition fees regulation will be provided during the application and admission procedure for the winter semester 2017/18.
Further information (in German) on the introduction of tuition fees in the winter semester 2017/18 is available on the website of the Ministry for Science, Research and Art of Baden-Württemberg.

 

 

 

 

 

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