Is financial aid available?

For the financial consequences of the war, an emergency support fund has been set up to provide for the basic needs of students with Ukrainian or (Belarusian) Russian (dual) nationality who now need support with this. If you do not belong to this group, but are in need of financial support as a result of the war in Ukraine, we ask you to contact us as well. If you want to use the emergency support fund, please contact your academic advisor or student counselor. This also applies if you can no longer pay your tuition fees or room rent due to this situation. The academic advisor or student counselor will refer you to the appropriate persons for help. Support is also available for employees who find themselves in financial difficulties as a result of the war. The route for this is different, however. Your HR advisor is your first point of contact. We then look at what customization is necessary and possible.

Furthermore, as of the academic year 2022-2023, we will reduce the tuition fees for prospective and current students with Ukrainian nationality and for refugees from Ukraine. They will then pay the statutory fee (€2,209) for all bachelor and (pre-)master programs.