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The Baden-Württemberg government introduced tuition fees of €1,500/semester for non-EU students in Winter Semester 2017/18. More Information can be found here.
Furtwangen University does not offer scholarships. However various non-profit organisations in Germany offer scholarships – here is a Externer Link wird in neuem Fenster geöffnet:LINK to an overview.
An overview of study scholarships and further useful information regarding scholarships can be found on Externer Link wird in neuem Fenster geöffnet:FELIX (login with HFU Account).
Furtwangen is a town of 9,000 inhabitants and 3,500 students. Students benefits from the low cost of living and the high level of employment thanks to the many successful companies located in the area.
More than 65% of our students have a part-time job – often working two days a week. With a part-time job students can cover their living expenses. The cost of living is in average €650 including accommodation, food, beverages and health insurance.
In cooperation with Furtwangen University, more than 60 companies in the region offer course-related traineeships.Successful applicants earn up to €700 every month, even if they only work during holidays, the internship semester and the thesis semester.