BMSCE, International Alumni Association

German universities don’t charge tuition fees.

Posted by bmsceiaa on November 20, 2006

Greetings from German Education Consultancy Services, Bangalore.

* Looking to go abroad to attend a university?
* Interested in the vibrant academic scene in Germany?
* Germany has a lot to offer to foreign students !!
* German universities don’t charge tuition fees.
* Universities here combine research and study.
* German companies are interested in attracting well-trained
graduates from abroad.

To explore more please visit or mail to

with regards,


German uni’s will charge some nominal fees hereon

05 Apr 2004


Hi all,

I am a student of University of Stuttgart in Germany. I would like to inform u all that Germany plans to introduce a nominal fees of 500 euros per semester. This would roughly come up to 27000 to 30000 INR per semester. This is still under review and there has been widescale protest against this “Studien Gebühren”. However, this is a matter worth considering when one makes a decision on studying in Germany



Student – MSc
COMMAS – Computational Mechanics of Materials and Structures
Universität Stuttgart
Allmandring 22A Zi 09
Stuttgart 70569


One Response to “German universities don’t charge tuition fees.”

  1. i wan to do my masters in foriegn i m completed my bachlore’s from mathura from agra university but i dont know much about foriegn studies so plz brief me as soon as possible on my e.mail or my ph no 0969659345

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