Located in the city of Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, the University is not a single campus university, but is spread throughout the town: Tübingen is one of five classical "university towns" in Germany. The other four are Marburg, Göttingen, Freiburg and Heidelberg. In Tübingen there are four areas with a major concentration of university institutions.
The university uses a number of buildings in the old town of Tübingen, some of which have been used since the foundation of the university. A new campus for sciences was on a hill north of the historic centre of Tübingen in the 1970s at Morgenstelle. The university's teaching hospitals are located between the Wilhelmstrae area and the Morgenstelle campus in an area collectively known as the Klinikum.
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There are two student services organization that are responsible for allocating rooms in the Unisversity’s student residence:- Studentenwerk Tübingen-Hohenheim and Tübinger Studentenwerk .
Accommodation is provided by the Tübingen Studentenwerk in several locations throughout the town.
Out of 11 residence halls, the largest are : Waldhäuser Ost (1,700 rooms) and in the Französisches Viertel (500 rooms).
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Cost of living
The estimated average monthly expenses for meals and beverages are 150-200 EUR (depending on eating out or cooking). The average price for lunch in the student restaurant is 2.85 EUR. Accommodation, all excursions as well as a public transportation ticket for Tübingen is included in the program fee. Within the 3-day stay at the beginning of the program the program fee covers full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner).
There is no tuition fee for undergraduate courses. Some Master's and PhD degree programs may charge tuition fees.
All students must pay a per-semester registration fee of €143.80 when they enroll. It is made up of €77.80 for social services, €6 for the student union and a €60 administration charge.
Students of the University of Tübingen are entitled to a discount on the Semesterticket, valid for travel on the local buses and trains. The semester ticket cost €84.90.
The databases listed below may help you find a scholarship or grant to help you financially during your years of study:
- Stipendienlotse - German Ministry of Education and Research search engine for scholarships (German only)
- Studienfinanzierung leicht gemacht - NGO-run, German-only search engine for scholarships
- Stipendien - scholarship database of the state Ministry for the Sciences and Humanities, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg (German only)
- Stiftungen A-Z - search engine of the Deutsches Stifterverband, some info in English
- Studium finanzieren - page administered by NGO ArbeiterKind.de (German only)
- Stipendium Plus - scholarships for gifted students at higher education level, some info in English
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Advising & Counseling
You can reach out to the advising and counseling cell of the University by contacting them at the following address:
Student Counseling Service
+49 7071 29-72555
Walk-in hours: Monday, Wednesday: 2.30-4.30pm; Tues, Fri: 9-11.30am or by appointment.
Advice by phone: Monday-Thursday: 2-4pm
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Geschwister-Scholl-Platz, 72074 Tübingen, Germany