A verification of proficiency of English is required for those whose native language is not English. You can provide a TOEFL test (550 points), a computer based TOEFL test (213 points), an internet based TOEFL test (80 points), an IELTS test (6.5) or an equivalent proof. Applicants whose language of instruction was proven to be English at school, university, college or academy do not have to present this test.
The tuition fee for the entire program is €8,500 for full-time
students and €9,500 for part-time students. Tuition fees will be
paid in different instalments.
Next to this, the so-called “other fees” need to be paid. These fees contain: A fee for the Student Services amounting to 100,60 Euro, an administration charge of 70 Euro, a fee for the constituted student body of 8 Euro and 10 Euro for the student ID Card has to be paid. So you'll have to pay 178,60 Euro each semester next to the tuition fees.
You will get a payment request twice a semester for full time students / once a semester for part time students, with the exact amount (tuition fees + other fees) that you will need to pay, from our finance department.
Attention: Please note that the "other fees" may vary slightly from semester to semester.
No, since the Master's programme International Project
Management is a non-consecutive programme requiring 1 year of work
experience and may require tuition fees, we are exempt from this
regulation. You only have to pay the fees mentioned under point
Full time students will have lectures on Fridays, Saturdays,
Sundays and Mondays. Part time students will have lectures on
Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays in their 1st and 2nd semester and on
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in their 3rd and 4th semester. This
structure allows our students to work alongside their
No, there is no age limit for the study programme. As our
programme is a non-consecutive one and requires work experience, we
have a broad age range.
Please note, that it will be difficult to get a place at the student’s dormitory when you are over 30 years old. Please get in contact with the ISO for further information (email@example.com).
Yes, we require at least one year of professional experience. As
our programme is non-consecutive, you need to show proof of at
least one-year professional experience gained after you finished
your previous degree.
The employment regulations for international students are rather
Please make sure with the authorities about how much you are allowed to work (depending on your visa).
You will find more information about this topic on the DAAD-Homepage
There are several possibilities. The members of our advisory
board are always anxious to offer internships and job offers after
you have completed your studies. You might also have a look on the
Homepage of the German
Federal Ministry of the Interior.
The programme opens up the possibility of further doctoral
programmes in Germany and abroad.
No, you have to provide a printed version of your application
including certified copies of your certificates sent by regular
The high quality of the education is guaranteed by the
successful ASIIN Accreditation.
We have been reaccredited in September 2017. Furthermore you can have a look at our success stories.
The German embassy estimates the living costs to about 720 Euro
a month. This includes about 350 Euro rent for a room in a student
The rest covers the mandatory health insurance, a student ticket for public transport and other daily expenses like food and so on. For further information please contact the ISO.
Health insurance is mandatory in Germany. It is not possible to
enroll for the study without a proof of German health
Up to the age of 30 years you can get it at the public health insurance.
The International Student Office (ISO) will help you to find a private health insurance if you are older than 30 years.
There are no student’s accommodations on the campus of the
university, but at different locations in the city of Stuttgart.
Please get in contact with the Studierendenwerk
If you use public transport, it takes usually maximum 15 minutes to reach the university.
The city of Stuttgart is offering a student’s ticket valid for 6 months for all buses and subways. It is valid in the whole region of Stuttgart and the ticket costs about 210 Euro.
In addition, with your student’s card you will get from the university, public transportation is free of charge each day from 6 pm till 6 am and for the whole weekend.