University of Koblenz-Landau

Introduction

The University of Koblenz-Landau is a young, medium-sized university. In 1990 the university emerged from the former teacher training college. In the meantime research and teaching are organised in three linked interdisciplinary subject areas entitled "Learning", "Society" and "Environment".

Our Profile

Learning:

The university has a prominent position in education and teacher training in Rhineland-Palatinate. It is the only university which offers teacher training courses for all school types. This core competence characterises the university’s profile. Key features are also the combination of education and teaching methodology, the great importance attached to extra-curricular locations and school laboratories as well as the linking of theory and classroom practice, for example, via the Campus-School Networks.

Society:

This subject area is characterised by the humanities, cultural studies and social sciences, in which in particular languages, art and culture, politics and the economy are analysed. The subject area is also characterised by psychology (one of the social sciences) as well as by computer science, which optimises and tests extensive IT-based services that have been developed for their practical value to people.

Environment:

Three scientific approaches characterise this subject area. The life science approach broaches the issue of the environment from a scientific perspective, whereas computer science deals with the digital world, and the humanities and social sciences understand the world in terms of culture and society.

Study and Continuing Education

The rise in student numbers demonstrates that both the Koblenz and Landau campuses are popular places to study. The number of students has increased threefold since 1990. In the meantime there are approximately 15,000 students enrolled on programmes, half of these in Koblenz, the other half in Landau. When compared to very large universities, teaching and studying is conducted in manageable structures at Koblenz and Landau, which fosters a much closer student community as well as a closer-knit teacher-student community. The university offers future specialists and executives a diverse range of Bachelor and Master programmes in education, social sciences, cultural studies, the humanities and life sciences as well as psychology and computer science. The traditional core of teaching at the university is its teacher training programmes for all school types.

In the area of continuing education a sophisticated range of study programmes, distance-learning programmes as well as seminars has been developed for an ever-changing working and professional environment. The majority of the programmes and courses on offer are designed to be in-service in character, thereby allowing students to combine both work and study. These programmes are being consistently built upon and expanded.

Research and knowledge Transfer

Research is conducted in nationally and internationally linked working groups. The University of Koblenz-Landau also works closely together with partners in the local area. What is characteristic is the balanced relationship between theoretical and applied research. Current areas of research include education, environment, computer science as well as the humanities and social sciences, based on the three subject areas of the university.

The transfer of technology is one of the central tasks of the university and allows the systematic and planned utilisation of new scientific and technological knowledge in the economy, politics and society. The university of Koblenz-Landau also promotes business start-ups in academia and the development of an entrepreneurial culture.

Internationalisation

The international character of research and teaching as well as of university life is a quality feature of a modern university. The university of Koblenz-Landau wants to both expand and intensify its international direction. Today this is essential not only in the global economy, but also nationally. Internationalisation is an interdisciplinary task facing the university in all areas and at all levels. In order to push this process further forward, the number of international research projects and cooperation agreements should, for example, be increased, and the number of outgoing exchange students as well as incoming ones should be raised. This should, in addition, be coupled with an increase in the number of internationally oriented study programmes.

Promoting young academics

Promoting young academics is one of the core tasks and responsibilities of the university. The quality of our young academics is not only a significant factor in enhancing the university’s research potential, but it is also at the same time an indicator of the university’s presence and reputation. Graduate colleges and schools as well as an interdisciplinary PhD center were all established to promote young academics further, and this range of measures is to be expanded in the future.

Pro-family university

The university is committed to the principles of a pro-family university. Men and women employed at the university should be able to combine work, study, and the upbringing of children or the care of relatives. The university has therefore taken steps to achieve this aim, for example, with the provision of child care services and introduction of flexible working hours, or by promoting specific support programmes.

One university – three locations

One particular feature of the university is its organizational structure. Koblenz and Landau are centers for teaching, research and continuing education. The central link of the entire organization is the President’s office in Mainz, where the university’s executive board and several areas of its main administration are located. In Koblenz, research and teaching is conducted in four faculties on a modern campus, which is just a stone’s throw away from the banks of the river Moselle. The university at Landau also consists of four faculties, and the main campus is being extended with additional university sites in and around the city of Landau.

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Master of Science in Chemistry and Physics of Functional Materials

Campus Full time 3 semesters October 2016 Germany Koblenz

Based on the chemical and physical knowledge of the bachelor program a more comprehensive understanding of the relations between composition and structure of the materials on the one hand [+]

The master course "Chemistry and Physics of Functional Materials" enables graduates of the bachelor program "Applied Natural Sciences" and similar study courses of other faculties at German and international universities to work in research in the fields of chemistry, physics and material sciences. The program addresses students with interest in doing research with functional materials. Based on the chemical and physical knowledge of the bachelor program a more comprehensive understanding of the relations between composition and structure of the materials on the one hand and their chemical and physical characteristics on the other hand is given. The master program provides the qualifications required for a consequent Ph.D. program or enables the graduates to take up responsible positions in research and development in industry or research institutes. Study Contents Synthesis and Characterization of functional materials Electives allow for setting an individual focus Lectures will also be held in English (restricted choices) Possibility of studying a term abroad Admission Requirements B. Sc. in Applied Natural Sciences at Universität Koblenz-Landau or equivalent degree (final grade 2,5 or better) The board of examiners decides on any exceptions on the basis of applications submitted. Exceptions in this regard are a bachelor thesis with the grade 1,5 or better or professional experience of at least 1 year in the field of chemistry and physics of functional materials. Knowledge in English equivalent to CEF B2 level is required. Start Winter and Summer term Deadlines Deadline for International Applications via Uniassist : January 15th an June/July 15th Deadline for German Applications : March 31th and September 30th [-]

Master of Science in Ecotoxicology

Campus Full time 2 years October 2016 Germany Landau

An increasing number of chemicals is used by society today, which are alsoreleased into the environment. Ecotoxicology is concerned with their potential impacts on the ecosystem. [+]

Master of Science in Ecotoxicology An increasing number of chemicals is used by society today, which are also released into the environment. Ecotoxicology is concerned with their potential impacts on the ecosystem. It aims to investigate and discover effects of chemicals on biological systems in order to develop methods for risk management, as well as to predict ecological consequences. The international "Master of Science program in Ecotoxicology" integrates concepts of Environmental Chemistry, Toxicology and Ecology and includes Social Sciences and Economics as well. Due to its interdisciplinary and applied approach, the Program enables its graduates to analyze complex problems and to develop practical solutions. As environmental problems reach far beyond national borders, an international approach is necessary and the situation in developing countries needs special solutions. The Master in Ecotoxicology is organized by the Institute for Environmental Sciences and its graduates receive the full credits for the nine required topics of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry’s Certification of Environmental Risk Assessors (CRA) program. Study program All students take the 9 required modules, as well as a 10-week Research Project Course and an Applied Module at External Organisations of 8 weeks to obtain a deep knowledge in the field of Ecotoxicology. Afterwards, studentes personalize the Program by choosing 2 Modules of the 5 Specialty Areas. The Master Thesis with colloquium round out the 4-semester Program. Specialty Areas: Applied Environmental Chemistry & Environmental Physics, Chemistry, Applied Ecology, Geoecology and Socioeconomics & Environmental Management REQUIREMENTS We are looking for highly motivated students interested in working on ecotoxicologically relevant problems using an interdisciplinary approach. In order to qualify for the Master of Ecotoxicology Program several requirements must be fulfilled. Higher Education Entrance Qualification Anyone wanting to study at a German university needs a higher education entrance qualification ("Hochschulzugangsberechtigung“), respectively a master entrance qualification ("Masterzugangsberechtigung“). Entrance qualification is not checked by the university, but by Uni-assist (see application process). Uni-assist provides all further information on higher education entrance qualification. Academic Background A Bachelor degree in Environmental Science, Natural Science or Earth Science is required. Basic academic knowledge may be acquired in the fields of Ecology, Environmental Chemistry, Geographic Informations Systems and Mathematics/Statistics. If necessary, previous knowledge may be complemented in preparatory courses. Language Proficiency English The Program is conducted in English. Therefore good active and passive English language skills are essential. German Proficiency of German is not a requirement for application. However, we recommend to learn some basic German for daily life. While in Germany many people speak English, you will generally find life in Germany easier if you speak German. Tuition Fee Students with a master's degree from a German university willhave to pay tuition fees (650 € per semester). Semester Contribution Students enroled at the University of Koblenz-Landau have to pay a recurring semester contribution ("semester contribution"). It covers part of the administration costs as well as social contributions to the "AStA" (Student Union) and the "Student Services" (Student Services). Currently, the semester contribution is € 91.50 per semester. [-]

Master of Science in Environmental Sciences

Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Landau

Environmental Sciences is an interdisciplinary field covering the many interactions between natural and human systems on multiple scales, from molecules to landscapes. In addition to knowledge in the natural sciences, Master students in the Environmental Sciences program gain an indispensable and solid understanding of the social sciences (e.g. economics, politics, management). [+]

Environmental Sciences Environmental Sciences is an interdisciplinary field covering the many interactions between natural and human systems on multiple scales, from molecules to landscapes. In addition to knowledge in the natural sciences, Master students in the Environmental Sciences program gain an indispensable and solid understanding of the social sciences (e.g. economics, politics, management). With a unique blend of theoretical courses and hands-on practical experiences, students develop abilities to analyze and solve complex environmental problems in an interdisciplinary context. The Institute for Environmental Sciences offers an excellent program of study by combining expertise from Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geoecology and the Social Sciences. STUDY PROGRAM All students take the six required modules (Compulsory part). Afterwards, students personalize the program by choosing two of the eight Specialty Areas and completing four modules in each, with an additional module of their choice. An external internship and the Master Thesis with colloquium round out the 4-semester program. The 6-week internship can be performed at an external university or governmental or industrial research institute in Germany or abroad. Specialty Areas: Environmental Analysis Applied Ecology Socioeconomics & Environmental Management Aquatic Systems Soil Systems Landscapes & Scales Modeling Chemicals in the Environment REQUIREMENTS We are looking for highly motivated students interested in working on environmentally relevant problems using an interdisciplinary approach. Higher Education Entrance Qualification Anyone wanting to study at a German university needs a higher education entrance qualification ("Hochschulzugangsberechtigung“), respectively a master entrance qualification ("Masterzugangsberechtigung“). Entrance qualification is not checked by the university, but by Uni-assist (see application process). Uni-assist provides all further information on higher education entrance qualification. Academic Background A bachelor degree in Environmental Sciences (or equivalent program with a focus on natural sciences and applied mathematics) with a minimum final grade of “good” (e.g., 2.5 on a 6.0 scale or 3.0 on a 4.0 scale). Language Proficiency English The Program is conducted in English. Therefore good active and passive English language skills are essential. German Proficiency of German is not a requirement for application. However, we recommend to learn some basic German for daily life. While in Germany many people speak English, you will generally find life in Germany easier if you speak German. Application Information The program starts in the winter semester (October). Enrollment in the summer semester is also possible. Applicants with a German Bachelor´s Degree Application via Student Registration Office Students with a German bachelor degree must apply via the Student Registration Office ("Studierendensekretariat") at the University Koblenz-Landau. General information on application can be obtained at our university's help site for applicants (in German). The university opens application for winter term approximately in June. Students must use the university application portal. You will receive a binding list of required documents after online application. For starters, here is a non-binding preview of required documents. Please address questions regarding your application to the Student Registration Office. Enrollment If admitted, you must still enroll at the University of Koblenz-Landau. Enrollment can be done in person or by mail, for the latter you have to send the requested documents. Personal enrollment takes place at the Student Registration Office, Westring 2, Landau. Application with a non-German Bachelor´s Degree Deadlines Due to the long mailing times and visa application process, we strongly advise international applicants in their own interest to apply for the Program as early as possible, at the latest by beginning of June (for winter term) or beginning of December (for the summer term). However, this is not a formal regulation, but an advice. The Master Program is excepted from the university-wide application deadlines (15th of July / winter term, resp. 15th of January / summer term), thus applications are welcome on an ongoing basis and admittance is possible until available places are filled or the term starts. Application via Uni-assist Students with a degree from outside of Germany apply via uni-assist. Uni-assist stands for "University Application Services for International Students". Uni-assist reviews on behalf of University of Koblenz-Landau considering the university standards whether your application meets the formal requirements and informs you and the University about the result. Uni-Assist also converts your grades to the German system. General information on application via uni-assist can be found at our university's guidelines regarding uni-assist. Uni-assist also provides a detailed description of the process. Application opens in mid-January (for the next winter term). Depending on application peaks and your background, the review process might take up to 4-6 weeks. If you have any questions during the process, please refer to uni-assist – we do not have insight on your application during this phase. Uni-assist will keep you informed whether or not your application documents are complete and whether you fulfill the formal requirements for the intended course of studies. After a successful pre-check uni-assist will forward your electronic file to the Institute for Environmental Sciences. We will then check if you fulfil requirements and decide if you will be admitted or not and provide you with our decision and information on further steps. Enrollment If admitted, you must enroll at the University of Koblenz-Landau. You can do this after your arrival in Germany, at the beginning of each term. The enrollment takes place at the Student Registration Office ("Studierendensekretariat") at Westring 2, Landau. Further information come with admission letters and can also be found on our homepage: After your Arrival. Tuition Fee Students without a master's degree do not have to pay any tuition fees ("Studiengebühren"). Education in Germany is considerably funded by the federal states. As a result, despite the high quality of the German education system, studying in Germany is much cheaper than in countries such as Great Britain or the United States. Only students who already hold a master's degree from a European university are sometimes required to pay tuition fees (650 € per semester). However, this is decided by our students' office on a case-by-case basis. Students with a master's degree from a German university will have to pay tuition fees. Semester Contribution Students enroled at the University of Koblenz-Landau have to pay a recurring semester contribution ("Semesterbeitrag"). It covers part of the administration costs as well as social contributions to the "AStA" (Student Union) and the "Studierendenwerk" (Student Services). Currently, the semester contribution is 104,28€ per semester. Uni-Assist Fees Students with a non-German bachelor's degree have to apply for our Program via Uni-assist. Uni-assist raises an application fee of 75€. Detailed information can be found at Uni-assist's website. Living Costs We estimate that you need around 750–900 € monthly for rent, food, books, clothes, phone, health insurance, semester contribution and recreational activities. These costs may vary depending on each student's lifestyle. For applying to our Program you don't need any proof of financial ability. But you may need it for applying for a visa. Financing your Studies Working The university itself does not have any restrictions on student jobs. But restrictions can be given by visa requirements. Students from the European Union (EU) usually have free access to the German job market and are practically equivalent to German students. Normally, international student from other countries can work a total of 120 days per year. This does not include work as a research assistant. But please double check at the German embassy or consulate when you apply for your visa. Scholarships The University of Koblenz-Landau does not offer any scholarships. For informations about types of funding provided by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and other institutions, please visit the scholarship database provided by the DAAD. Please note that the deadlines of the respective institutions are independent of the deadlines of the master program. [-]

Master of Science in Mathematical Modeling of Complex Systems

Campus Full time 2 years October 2016 Germany Koblenz

The goal of this program is to train talented graduate students to become an "expert mastering a repertoire of modern mathematical and computer based methods for modeling, simulating and optimizing complex systems and knowing how to combine those methods for solving real-world problems". [+]

Complex, cross-linked systems pervade our daily life e.g. in natural sciences, engineering, life sciences, or logistics. The key to tackle the challenges imposed by these systems is mathematical modeling in a broad sense which is based on a profound knowledge of mathematics physics computer science. The goal of this program is to train talented graduate students to become an "expert mastering a repertoire of modern mathematical and computer based methods for modeling, simulating and optimizing complex systems and knowing how to combine those methods for solving real-world problems". The term expert is used in the sense of generalist and not a specialist, since we aim at a whole spectrum of different methods. In its structure, the program mirrors many of the demands imposed by complex systems. As a result, graduates are well prepared for upcoming tasks. Curriculum The innovative, interdisciplinary and research-oriented two-year M.Sc. program Mathematical Modeling of Complex Systems is fully taught in English and aims at both, International and German students. During the first and second semester, dedicated courses in applied mathematics, physics, and computer science needed for advanced modeling, simulation and optimization of complex systems are taught. In the third semester, students start focussing on some area and subject by choosing from modules of interests. A project seminar reinforces specialization and prepares for the master thesis then in the fourth semester. This thesis is an individual research work which is typically embedded in some larger up-to-date research project and prepared under thorough supervision. Besides technical excellence in multiple disciplines such as mathematics, physics, and computer science, the program fosters a bandwidth of secondary skills thus shaping comprehensively trained graduates. Exemplary list of courses Applied Differential Equations ( 9 ECTS) Numerics for PDE (9 ECTS) Applied Optimization (9 ECTS) Integer Optimization (9 ECTS) Physics in Applications (12 ECTS) Solid State Physics (6 ECTS) Computer Based Methods (18 ECTS) Electives (12 ECTS) Project Seminar (18 ECTS) Master Thesis (30 ECTS) Job prospectives Having experienced this unique program in mathematical modeling, graduates will be generalists rather than specialists: with a wide spectrum of knowledge and skills, they will be the versatile and conjunctive backbone of interdisciplinary teams coping with future challenges. Consequently, they find interesting positions in major companies addressing e.g. engineering, consulting, or finance. Alternatively, a Ph.D. degree in mathematics, physics, or computer science in Koblenz, in Germany, or abroad may be pursued. Why studying in Koblenz? The University of Koblenz-Landau is a young and modern university in the upswing, located in the west of Germany. The new M.Sc. program Mathematical Modeling of Complex Systems is just one prominent example of the innovative study programs offered. Mathematical Modeling of Complex Systems is taught at the Campus of Koblenz—an emerging focus point of outstanding research and excellent education. At the campus in Koblenz, about 7.500 highly- motivated students experience the modern, open-minded environment and benefit from excellent technical equipment, short distances, and a large variety of cultural and sports activities. The university has well established contacts to major companies providing opportunities for internships or collaboration in applied projects. Several exchange programs embed the activities in an international framework. Since several years, Koblenz is an active member of ECMI (European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry), a network of more than 20 European universities focussing on Research and Education in Industrial and Applied Mathematics. Koblenz is a lively and pretty city with a rich history covering more than 2000 years. It is located in one of the most attractive regions in Germany, right where Moselle and Rhine meet. Its surrounding landscape, the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, is honored as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. Together with the neighboring Metropolitan areas of Frankfurt and Cologne, it features many cultural attractions and recreational offerings in combination with moderate living costs making Koblenz an ideal place for studying. This new program is set up by the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and the Faculty of Computer Science. While the former focuses on mathematical simulation and optimization as well as materials and environment, the latter concentrates on mobile systems engineering. How to apply and further information Interested Students can contact the Welcome Center at Koblenz Campus: Ines Tobis for Information concerning application procedures, possibilities for scholarships, the university and related topics. German applicants can directly contact the Studierendenbüro or enroll at the Online-Bewerbungsportal. Mathematical Institute: mmcs [at] uni-koblenz.de for information regarding the program and its courses. General information for International Students are provided by the International Office of the university. [-]

Master of Science in Web Science

Campus Full time 2 years October 2016 Germany Koblenz

With a master's degree in Web Science will be able to study you and solve problems on the web. Our interdisciplinary curriculum emphasises computer science and builds bridges to social sciences, economics, studies of the law, linguistics and mathematics. All mandatory courses are taught in English. [+]

With a master’s degree in Web Science you will be able to study and solve problems on the web. Our interdisciplinary curriculum emphasises computer science and builds bridges to social sciences, economics, studies of the law, linguistics and mathematics. All mandatory courses are taught in English. In general, our programme aims at persons with a bachelor’s degree or a minor in computer science. Unless you already hold a master’s degree, our programme even is free of tuition. The medium of instruction is English. Graduates from the institute WeST have found interesting positions at successful companies, started their own businesses or continued towards a Ph.D. Institute WeST has a limited number of places available each year for pursueing a Ph.D. If you excel earning a master's degree in Web Science you will be in pole position for continuing with doctoral studies. Koblenz is one of the oldest and most attractive cities in Germany with its surroundings honoured as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. The university of Koblenz-Landau has close contacts to leading companies, offering possibilities for internships, collaboration and project experiences. Goals of the Programme With a master’s degree in Web Science you will be able to technically improve and analyse the web, to understand how the web influences people and what makes online businesses successful. You will not only learn about legal aspects of the web, but also to analyse and understand its content and the communication between its users. Finally, you will be able to mathematically describe and predict all of the above. The overall goal of the programme is to qualify you for starting a Ph.D. or a leading position in business. Graduates from the institute WeST have found interesting positions at companies such as Google, Ernest & Young, Software AG or Bosch or even started their own businesses. MSc Web Science: Application Application procedure depends on if you hold a non-German or a German bachelor's degree or if you are already enrolled in another programme at our university. Applicants with a Non-German Bachelor's Degree Application via Uni-assist Students with a degree from outside of Germany apply via uni-assist. Uni-assist is an external service provider and not affiliated with the University of Koblenz-Landau. Uni-assist checking your higher education entrance qualification („Hochschulzugangsberechtigung“) and Master's entrance qualification ("Masterzugangsberechtigung"). Application opens on 1st February (for winter term in the same year) respectively on 1st August (for next year's summer term). To find our programme quickly, log in into the uni-assist portal, click on application, choose your desired semester, select „Koblenz-Landau, Universität Koblenz Landau“ from the university drop down list and enter „Web Science“ into the course name field. (cf. figure on the right). Make shure to select the right semester, as in some months you can apply for both winter and summer term. If you have any questions on this step, please refer to uni-assist – we do not have insight on your application during this phase. Please pay the uni-assist fee as early as possible, because uni-assist will start processing your application only after you payed the fee. Uni-assist offers a detailed description of payment options. After payment is complete, it takes uni-assist about 6 weeks to process your application. If uni-assist confirms that you are legally allowed to take up a Master's programme in Germany, your application gets forwarded to us at the institute WeST. Uni-assist informs you that your application gets forwarded to us, but it will take approx. 1 week until we get access to the data. We will then check if you fulfil requirements and decide if you will be admitted or not and provide you with our decision and information on further steps. This usually takes about one week. Required Documents Please make sure your documents are officially certified. Keep in mind that these documents must be delivered both electronically and per postal mail. If not issued in English or German, you must also provide an officially certified translation. Do not forget to include an English language certificate as listed on our requirements section. Deadlines Due to the lenghty programme application process (around 6-7 weeks) and visa wait times (up to 3 months, depending on country), we strongly advice international applicants to send the complete application to uni-assist and pay the uni-assist fee as early as possible, at the very latest by midth of May (for winter term) respectively November (for summer term). Otherwise you will very likely run into time issues. However, this is not a formal regulation, but an advice. Applications are welcome on an ongoing basis and admittance is possible until available places are filled or the term starts. Enrolment If admitted, you must enrol at the University of Koblenz-Landau. You can do this after your arrival in Germany, at the beginning of each term. The enrolment takes place at the Office of the Registrar ("Studierendensekretariat") at Emil-Schüller-Straße 12 (city center, next to the main station). Your contact persons for international students are Ms. Maria Scholten and Ms. Frederike Forneck. Further information come with admission letters but can also be found at our page about steps to undertake after your arrival in Koblenz. Keep in mind that you must have arrived in Koblenz at the start of the semester (1st April for summer term, 1st October for winter term) and should enrole within the first three weeks of April or October. Applicants with a German Bachelor's Degree Application via Student's Office Students with a bachelor's degree from Germany apply via the Office of the Registrar („Studierendensekretariat“) at the University of Koblenz-Landau. General information on application can be obtained at our university's help site for applicants (in German). The university opens application for winter term approximately in June, for summer term in December. Please use our university's application portal. You will receive a binding list of required documents after online application. For starters, here is a non-binding preview of required documents. Please address questions regarding your application to the Studierendensekretariat on the campus in Koblenz. Deadlines The Web Science Master's programme is excepted from the university-wide application deadlines (15th of July or January), thus applications are welcome on an ongoing basis and admittance is possible until available places are filled or the term starts. However, keep in mind that administrative processes take some time and a late application could interfere with your scheduled begin of studies. As a rule of thumb, July (for winter term) or January (for summer term) are reasonable, non-binding deadlines. Tuition Fees Students without any master's degree do not have to pay any tuition fees. Education in Germany is heavily funded by the federal states. As a result, despite the high quality of the German education system, studying in Germany is much cheaper than in countries: such as Great Britain or the United States. Usually students with a non-EU master's degree do not have to pay tuition fees either. Only students who already hold a master's degree from a European university are sometimes required to pay tution fees (650 € per semester). HOWEVER, Both of this is DECIDED from case to case by our students' office (studko@uni-koblenz-landau.de). Students with a Master's degree from a German university willhave to pay tuition fees. Semester Contribution Students enrolled at the University of Koblenz-Landau have to pay a recurring semester contribution. It covers part of the administration costs as well as social contributions to the student council and the student union. It therefore includes a student transit pass (public transportation within Koblenz). As of winter term 2015, the semester contribution is € 194 per semester. [-]

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