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Expenses and Fees

Fees at Esslingen University

The fees for all of our International Masters Programmes are €1500 per semester.

Please also see the full overview

Programme expenses and fees 2021-2023

Programme expenses and fees 2020-2022

 


DAAd Scholarship

The Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst (DAAD) offers scholarships to a limited number of highly-qualified students. For Information or any questions on DAAD scholarships, please visit the DAAD website.


Student's Ticket

There is a student public transport ticket available at railway stations. This ticket is valid for the entire Stuttgart transit system all day, every day, including all holidays.


Health insurance

Statutory health insurance is obligatory in Germany. All students must have basic health insurance. This can be obtained in advance of arrival in Germany if required. For further information, or to apply for health insurance before arrival, please see the health insurance information from the AOK insurance company.


Student residences

Renting a room in a student residence usually costs between €250 and €350 per month and must be paid by bank debit. At the beginning of their rental contract, students have to pay a caution deposit of €400. Provided that no damage has been caused, this caution deposit will be refunded at the end of the contract.

For further information please have a look at Student's Residences.


Miscellaneous

For further miscellaneous expenses such as books and learning material, food, personal care and entertainment, it is suggested that you allow yourself approximately €300-400 per month.

Student Services and Orientation Programme

"Special thanks to the staff members of the Graduate School. The study programs could not exist without coordinators that act almost invisibly behind the scenes, administrating and organizing every bit of our everyday student life at university. They support us with help and advice for every little problem. They kindly remind us of due dates. They ensure that the organization of our studies runs smoothly such that we can focus on our main interest: studying. Thank you very much for your patience with us!"

- From the graduation speech given by Oliver Breuning and Juergen Schmidt, ASM 2016.


Student services: Assistance in all Fields

Throughout their stay, students are supported in everyday issues and in administrative, housing or personal matters by the Team of Esslingen Graduate School and the Student Union.

They are given assistance in obtaining their visa, residence permit, health insurance and housing. In addition, students are given the opportunity to take part in many social and cultural events throughout their time in Esslingen. 

Please see our information booklet for further information on coming to Esslingen.


Come and See Germany: Language anf Culture Programme

Before commencing their master's program, students attend a 3-4 week introductory program in German language and culture. The aim of the program is to give students an insight into German culture and provide them with German language skills.

This program takes place in September and forms an excellent introduction to German culture. Through excursions to places of interest, lectures and tours, it shows students examples of German cities, architecture and life. Before their studies begin in October, students are given the opportunity to get to know one another, the campus and the region they are living in.

Have a look at our excursion information.


Let’s Bridge It

Contact Office in India

Representative office for University Federation South–West Germany (HfSW)
Esslingen University of Applied Sciences
Ms. Betty Samuel Huber
9th Floor, Sunit Capital
Senapati Bapat Road
Pune: 411016
Office: +91 20-25650068
Email: bhuber@lets-bridge-it.com
Please by appointment only

Scholarship and Job Offers

  • The Esslingen University Career Centre has info on scholarships as well as jobs.
  • A list of available scholarships (only in Germany).
  • Master's scholarship with the Hella Group. Hella is a performance-oriented, family-owned company that develops and manufactures lighting and electronic components and systems for the automotive industry. Hella offers master's scholarships to qualified applicants in an automotive context. For full details, please see Hella's website
  • The Bosch Premaster scholarships. Robert Bosch GmbH is a world leader in engineering and electronics, and has its headquarters not far from Esslingen. The Bosch Premaster scholarships combine theory with practise, allowing you to spend time working in the company and then study for your master's degree. Interested applicants can apply online on the Bosch website
  • The Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst (DAAD) offers scholarships to a limited number of highly-qualified students. The applicant must apply for these scholarships independently, the Graduate School cannot assist them in any way. For Information or any questions on DAAD scholarships, please see the DAAD website.
  • Information on working and studying in Stuttgart

City of Esslingen

Esslingen is a romantic medieval city set amidst the vineyards of the Neckar Valley in southern Germany, approximately 15 km from Stuttgart's industrial centre. Around 1830, Esslingen was the most industrialised city in the kingdom of Württemberg and, to this day, it has remained a major centre for all kinds of engineering and related industries. The region around Esslingen is home to some of the most famous corporations in the world of business. This mixture of industry, trade and culture is what gives Esslingen its special flair and atmosphere and forms the foundation on which the University of Applied Sciences has flourished.

Please have a look at our Esslingen FAQs and the Esslingen City site.

Student's Residences

Goerdelerweg residence

The Goerdelerweg residence has a rent of approximately € 321 per month.

Students have furnished and heated single accomodation with a private bathroom, toilet and a small kitchen.

More information on the Goerdelerweg residence.


Geschwister-Scholl residence

The Geschwister-Scholl residence has a rent of approximately €270 - €305 per month.

Students have furnished and heated single accomodation. Two students share a bathroom and toilet. The kitchen is shared between 4 to 8 students.

More information on the Geschwister-Scholl residence.


Rossneckar (I) residence

The Rossneckar (I) residence has a rent of approximately €280 - €350 per month.

Students have furnished and heated single accomodation. Groups of 5, 6, 7 or 9 rooms share communal showers, toilets and a kitchen. Rent includes internet access.

More information on the Rossneckar residence.


Rossneckar (II) Residence

The Rossneckar II residence has a rent of approximately €339 - €359 per month.

Students have furnished and heated single accomodation. Groups of 6 to 8 student rooms share communal showers, toilets and a kitchen. Rent includes internet access.

More information on the Rossneckar II residence.

 

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