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This is a collection of answers to questions received by students

Tuition fees, costs and scholarships

A: No, there is no financial support from the universities.

A: The fees cover the use of the university facilities. There is no financial support for living expenses, health insurance or similar personal needs.

A: The IMAPP program offers scholarships provided by the Erasmus Mundus program. Details about all scholarships opportunities can be found on the IMAPP website:

Further funding opportunities can be found e.g. on the website of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD):


A: You can (and should!) apply for admission as soon as possible, even if you have not completed your Bachelor degree by then. In case you are admitted, you also need to submit the final Bachelor certificate prior to your enrollment. Enrollment is possible within the time span given on our webpage (

A: Non-EU students who obtained their Bachelor’s in the EU do not have to apply via uni-assist. They apply like EU citizens.

A: The admission requirements are the same for all students (Bachelor degree with a good grade, at least B2 proficiency in English ). International students have to check their visa requirements, etc. You will find all the information on our webpage or the enrolment portal.

A: TU Dortmund University can not cover, waive or refund the fees for the admission process that is charged by uni-assist.

A: Yes, please take a look at the webpage of TU Dortmund University


A: Yes, we do offer a service helping students to find accommodation. Further information are available at the following link.


A: The first semester starts early September in Clermont


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