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About University of Cologne

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Year of establishment1919
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Q:   What is University of Cologne's ranking?

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The University of Cologne is a top-ranking university in Germany and its global rankings are listed below:

  • #268 in World University Rankings 2024 - QS World University Rankings
  • #244 in Best Global Universities 2023 - US News and World Report Rankings 
  • #101 in Best Global Universities in Europe 2023 - US News and World Report Rankings 
  • #18 in Best Global Universities in Germany 2023 - US News and World Report Rankings 
  • #146 in World University Rankings 2023 - Times Higher Education (THE)
  • #201-250 in Impact Rankings: Climate Action 2023 – Times Higher Education (THE)

Q:   Is the University of Cologne better than the University of Mannheim?

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The University of Cologne and the University of Mannheim are top-ranking universities in Germany and very well known institutions globally, which have their own strengths as well as weaknesses. According to the QS World University Rankings 2023, the University of Cologne ranks #268, whereas the University of Mannheim ranks #454. On the basis of rankings, the University of Cologne has an upper hand.

Mentioned below is the comparison between both the universities on the basis of some other parameters that can help you choose the better university for you:

Parameters

University of Cologne

University of Mannheim

Acceptance Rate

20%

36%

Average GPA

3.0

2.5

Annual Tuition Fee (MS)

INR 0.45 L

INR 2.7 L

 

Q:   How can I apply to the University of Cologne?

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The University of Cologne is a top ranking university which offers a variety of courses on bachelor's, master's as well as doctorate level. All prospective students must follow the steps listed below in order to apply to the University of Cologne:

1) To apply for Medicine and Dentistry Courses:

  • Applicants can apply using the portal of the Stiftung für Hochschulzulassung (Hochschulstart).

2) To apply for DoSV Courses:

  • Applicants can apply using the online application portal Klips 2.0 of the University of Cologne. Before applying, applicants must register with the Stiftung für Hochschulzulassung. There they will receive user data (BID/BAN number) which is required to enter in the Klips 2.0 application. 

3) To apply for all other Courses:

  • Applicants can apply using the online application portal Klips 2.0 of the University of Cologne.

While applying to the University, the candidate must submit all the relevant documents, which include:

  • Signed application form (printout from the KLIPS 2.0 online application)
  • Copy of passport or identification card and a passport photo
  • Legally certified copy of secondary school leaving certificate and a transcript of subjects and marks  (with translation if not issued in English or French)
  • Legally certified copy of a German language proficiency certificate (DSH-2 or higher)

Once an applicant is admitted in the University of Cologne, they must formally accept the offer of admission within five days using their KLIPS 2.0 account (University of Cologne's online application portal). If they do not accept it within five days, the offer of admission will expire. Candidates are also advised to download their admission notification letter using their KLIPS 2.0 account.

 

Q:   How to get a part-time job while studying in University of Cologne?

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To get a part-time job while studying in University of Cologne:
Check the job portal "stellenwerk": The job portal "stellenwerk" offers job opportunities, traineeships, and Diploma projects for students. Graduates can also find their first positions through this portal.
Use the CBS Career Service job portal: CBS International Business School has its own online job portal with a plethora of vacancies for student jobs, internships, or entry-level positions.

Check the University of Cologne's job openings: The University of Cologne offers job openings for professors, postdoctoral, and doctoral positions.

 

Q:   Is it tough to get into the University of Cologne?

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The University of Cologne is a top-ranking university in Germany, which has secured the rank #268 in QS World University Rankings 2024. The university's acceptance rate is nearly 20% and this figure indicates that on an average, only 20 out of every 100 applicants manage to secure admission in the institution. Hence, this makes the University of Cologne a very competitive school to get in. Hence, students must not show any laxity and must fulfill all the admission, documents and English proficiency language requirements. Also, the candidate's academic credentials, extracurricular engagement and personal qualities must suit the profile of the University of Cologne in order to get enrolled in the university.

Note: The acceptance rate data is taken from unofficial sources and is subjected to change every year.

 

Q:   Can I work while studying in the University of Cologne?

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While studying at the University of Cologne, all overseas students from non-EU/EEA countries have to consider legal restrictions when working. This way, financing the costs of living by working is not possible, at best international students can earn some extra money. International students are allowed to work up to 120 full days (4-8 hours per day) or 240 half days (1-4 hours per day) per year and this regulation also applies for paid and unpaid internships. A job as a student assistant at a university is permitted, so a student assistant is allowed to work more. If the student has a job which exceeds the regulation of 120/240 days, they have to apply for a permit at the Foreigners Registration Office.

 

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Q:   Can I study at the University of Cologne for free?

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University of Cologne is a very popular and one of the top-ranked insitutions in Germany. Studying in this university can be considered extremely inexpensive or very affordable since the University of Cologne does not charge tuition fees. However, it is mandatory for all students to pay a social contribution fee of around €250 per semester or €500 per year. On top of that, UoC also offers a variety of scholarships to their students in collaboration with a number of organisations. Some of these scholarships are DAAD Scholarships and University of Cologne Scholarship Program, which offers grants upto 300 €/month, depending the academic performance. Students can also take up loans provided by UoC as a source of financial help. However, this borrowed money must be returned to the University of Cologne. Additionally, students must also keep in mind the living cost while studying in UoC.

 

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Q:   Which documents do I need while applying to the University of Cologne?

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In order to get enrolled at the University of Cologne, all applicants are required to submit a set of the below mentioned documents during the time of application. If the candidate fails to upload all the required documents, their application will not be able to get verified by the University of Cologne's admission committee.

  • Letter of Motivation (the letter should not be longer as one A4-page and is to be written in English);
  • Certified copy of School Leaving Certificate (or an equivalent degree of qualification for access to German universities);
  • Bachelor's Degree (or an equivalent degree obtained at an university or technical university);
  • Transcript of Records;
  • APS Certificate;
  • Copy of Passport & Passport Sized Photo;
  • Two Letters of Academic Recommendation (the letter should provide contact information of the author and can be written in English and/or German);
  • Successful University Entrance Exam;
  • Proof of English Language Skills; and
  • Applicants with a foreign school and university degree must also send a certified translation of degrees unless they exist in German or English.
 

Q:   When can I start applying to the University of Cologne?

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The University of Cologne's has only one intake season, hence all interested applicants must be prepared with all the admission requirements in order to apply to the university at priority. Students can refer to the table below for the application deadline details of the University of Cologne:

Program

Applications Open

Application Deadline

International Management (CEMS MIM), Economic Research

Mid-January, 2024

March 31, 2024

Double Master's Programs

April, 2024

May 15, 2024

All Other Master's Programs

April, 2024

June 15, 2024

 

Q:   How can I enroll in the University of Cologne once admitted?

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Once an applicant is admitted in the University of Cologne, they must formally accept the offer of admission within five days using their KLIPS 2.0 account (University of Cologne's online application portal). If they do not accept it within five days, the offer of admission will expire. Candidates are also advised to download their admission notification letter using their KLIPS 2.0 account. To enroll as a student in the University of Cologne post receiving the admission offer, students must follow the steps listed below:

  • Pay the entire semester fee;
  • Upload a photograph to KLIPS 2.0 for electronic student ID (UCCard); and
  • Submit the documents needed for enrolment.

The student's KLIPS 2.0 account will specify which documents are required for their enrolment, but most students must submit the following general requirements:

  • Signed enrolment application form
  • Proof of health insurance coverage
  • A certificate that the applicant has been removed from the student register (for students who have previously been enrolled at a German university)
  • A German language proficiency certificate at DSH-2 or higher

Students admitted to Medical studies or Dentistry via Hochschulstart must submit the following additional documents for enrolment:

  • Copy of passport or identification card and a passport photo
  • Legally certified copy of secondary school leaving certificate and a transcript of subjects and marks and any transcripts from studies abroad (with translation if not issued in English or French)
  • A signed consent form for participation in the pilot degree programme (only for Medicine)
 

Q:   What is the University of Cologne's acceptance rate?

A: 

The University of Cologne's acceptance rate is nearly 20% and this figure indicates that on an average, only 20 out of every 100 applicants manage to secure admission in the institution. Hence, this makes the University of Cologne a very competitive school to get in.

Note: The data is taken from unofficial sources and is subjected to change every year.

 

Q:   How many international students are studying in University of Cologne?

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Over 5,000 international students are currently enrolled at the university, both as degree-seeking students and exchange students. This represents approximately 10% of the total student population at the university. 

India is only one of the many countries from which the University of Cologne accepts students. It is a globally recognised institution. It must be noted by international students that enrollment at the institution does need a German language competency certificate at DSH-2 or above.

 

Q:   What are the admission requirements for University of Cologne?

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The admission requirements at the University of Cologne are as follows:
A bachelor's degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above (on a 4.0 scale).
Language proficiency in English or German, depending on the program.

Authenticated documents such as a bachelor's degree certificate, transcript of records, and language proficiency certificates. Completion of the TestAS qualifying examination for some programs.

For undergraduate programs, German language proficiency of at least DSH Level-2 is required. 

 

Q:   How to apply for a Germany visa?

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To apply for a Germany visa, Please have ready the Documents for your visa application as soon as you receive the admission letter from your German university.
Obtain photos that meet the official website's specifications for biometric pictures.
Complete the National Visa Application Form. Take a print of it, sign it, and turn it in with the other paperwork.
Kindly print and sign the Declaration on True and Complete Information, which is also available on the official website.
Make an appointment with the German Mission for your visa interview.
Get the Demand Draught and check the official German Mission website for the current visa fee exchange rate shortly before your appointment.

 

Q:   Can an average Indian student from tier 2 / tier 3 cities join the University of Cologne?

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Yes, an average Indian student from tier 2 or tier 3 cities can join the University of Cologne, they must meet the entry requirements. The University of Cologne welcomes students from all over the world, including India, and offers a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across six faculties, including Arts and Humanities, Management, Economics and Social Sciences, Mathematics and Natural Science, Law, and Medical Faculty. The eligibility requirements for applying to the University of Cologne for international students are a bachelor's degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above (on a 4.0 scale), language proficiency in English or German, authenticated documents, and completion of the TestAS qualifying examination for some programs.

 
 

UoC Fees, Duration & Entry Requirements 2024

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M.A.(78 courses)
– / –Duration2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 5.5 & Above
MBA/PGDM(10 courses)
– / –Duration2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 5.5 - 7, TOEFL: 72 & Above
MIM(10 courses)
– / –Duration2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 5.5 - 7, TOEFL: 72 & Above
MS(22 courses)
– / –Duration2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 5.5 - 7, TOEFL: 72 - 95, PTE: 76 & Above
B.A.(55 courses)
– / –Duration3 years-42 months
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B.Sc.(11 courses)
– / –Duration3-4 years
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BBA(9 courses)
– / –Duration3 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 5.5 & Above, TOEFL: 72 & Above
BSN(2 courses)
– / –Duration3 years-42 months
Exam AcceptedIELTS
Others PG(14 courses)
– / –Duration2 years
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LL.M.(6 courses)
– / –Duration1 year
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Q:   What are University of Cologne's English language requirements?

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At the University of Cologne, prospective students who have neither acquired their university entrance qualification nor their first professional qualification exclusively in the English language must provide proof of knowledge of the English language at the level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, which must be proven by any one of the following certificates:

English Language Exam

Minimum Score Required

TOEFL iBT

95 & Above

IELTS

7.0 & Above

PTE

76 & Above

Cambridge

C1 Advanced

TOEIC

Listening - 490

Reading - 455

Writing - 200

Speaking - 200

 

Q:   What are the University of Cologne's entry requirements for international students?

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In order to get enrolled for a degree course at the University Of Cologne, applicants must fulfill certain entry requirements. Mentioned below are the academic requirements from prospective students according to the choice of degree:

1) Bachelor's Courses:

  • High school certificate
  • Formal university entrance qualification to German universities (Hochschulzugangsberechtigung);
  • English language proficiency score
  • German-language proficiency at level DSH-2 or equivalent

Note: A few courses at the University of Cologne have specific entry requirements. Hence, students are advised to go through the university's website for detailed information.

2) Master's Courses:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Formal university entrance qualification to German universities (Hochschulzugangsberechtigung);
  • English language proficiency score
  • German-language proficiency at level DSH-2 or equivalent

Note: A few master's courses at the University of Cologne have specific entry requirements. Hence, students are advised to go through the university's website for detailed information.

3) Doctoral Courses:

  • Completion of at least 4 years at an university followed by an exam and usually a Master thesis
  • Formal university entrance qualification to German universities (Hochschulzugangsberechtigung);
  • English language proficiency score
  • German-language proficiency at level DSH-2 or equivalent
 

Q:   Is it expensive to study at the University of Cologne?

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The University of Cologne offers a variety of courses on bachelor's, master's as well as doctoral level to all international students every year. Studying in this university can be considered extremely inexpensive or very affordable since the University of Cologne does not charge tuition fees. However, it is mandatory for all students to pay a social contribution fee of around €250 per semester or €500 per year. This fee also includes a public transit pass for busses and rail in North Rhine – Westphalia.

 

Q:   What is the eligibity criteria for Indian students to avail scholarships at University of Cologne?

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To avail of scholarships, students must use appropriate online application services to submit their applications. The online portal allows normal and disabled students to apply together for a bursary and social scholarship. 

Deutschlandstipendium: This scholarship is awarded to students who are in need of financial support. Each scholarship amounts to 300 euros per month for at least two semesters. To be eligible, students must have above-average academic performance.
Scholarship for Students with Disabilities/Special Needs or Chronic Illness: This scholarship supports students who find it more difficult to manage their studies due to a disability or chronic illness. 
The University of Cologne International Scholarship: This scholarship is exclusively designed for international students to undertake a PhD programme at the university. The eligibility criteria may vary depending on the program, but generally, students must have outstanding academic achievements and a well-planned research project.
 

Q:   What is the minimum score required for IELTS in University of Cologne for Indian students?

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The minimum score required for IELTS in University of Cologne for indian students should be 7.0 & Above. Given below are the minimum scores required for the other English language exams:

For TOEFL iBT- 95 & Above

For PTE- 76 & Above

For Cambridge- C1 Advanced

For TOEIC- (Listening - 490,  Reading - 455,  Writing - 200,  Speaking - 200) 

 

Q:   How much is the tuition fee of MS in University of Cologne?

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The University of Cologne does not impose tuition fees for its programmes. All students must, however, pay a social contribution fee, which amounts to around €250 each semester or €500 annually. Other student services and local transit costs are covered by this charge. A student's annual living expenses in Cologne come to about €9,500. However, the cost of living may vary depending on the student's lifestyle and accommodation choices.

 

Q:   Is University of Cologne good for Indian students?

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Yes, University of Cologne is a good option for Indian students as the University has a regional branch office in India, which serves as the first point of contact for faculty and students in India, South Asia, and South East Asia. 

University of Cologne has a diverse student community and welcomes international students from all over the world. Indian students can also connect with other Indian students through student associations and clubs.

The University also offers various scholarships and funding opportunities for international students based on academic excellence, financial need, and community involvement.

 
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Master of Science (MSc) in Sociology in Social Research - Batch of 2021
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University of Cologne is academically oriented.
Tips: Germans are very cold and serious. I didn't have any scholarship. Overall, I was pretty satisfied with my experience. Job market in Germany is good, but not for non German speakers. Professors and the university staff are usually very friendly and polite. It is better to learn German to better fit into the society.
Likes (Value for money): As it is super cheap compared to British or Irish or USA universities. German universities cost around 1k or 2k per year only. So it is great for value for money. However, not speaking Germany is hard for finding a job and living in Germany. Therefore up to you.
Dislikes (Part time work): Unfortunately I joined during covid so we could not experience part time work or seminars, or any online activities. We did not have the opportunity to experience ordinary student life due to the pandemic. But maybe now it should be better. Most of our classes were offline.
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Q:   How long an international student is allowed to work while studying at the University of Cologne?

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The international students are allowed to work up to 120 full days (4-8 hours per day) or 240 half days (1-4 hours per day) per year.
 

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Q:   Does the University of Cologne provide on-campus accommodation?

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No, the University of Cologne does not provide on-campus accommodation opportunities to their students but help students in finding a number of housing options, which provides good facilities on a budget. Students in can reside in dormitories, private apartments, shared apartments and more while living in Cologne.

Student Dormitories: The Kölner Studierendenwerk operates 90 student dormitories with 5,000 spots for students from all of Cologne’s universities, including spots for students with children or families. In addition to the student dormitories, an array of private student dormitories operated by other institutions exists as well. Applications to any of the above student dormitories must be submitted by the applicant as early as possible (3-6 months prior to moving in). Prospective students must also note that the rooms are highly desired and scarce, so the probability of being assigned a room in one of the student dormitories is low.

Apartments: Students planning to rent an apartment in Cologne must keep in mind that apartments in Germany are usually leased to tenants unfurnished and that most landlords are not interested in short-term leases. Furnished apartments, especially larger in size, are harder to find and also more expensive. The rents vary considerably depending on the district, connection to public transports and equipment of the apartment.

As an alternative to renting a room in a student dormitory or renting their own apartment, students can rent a furnished or unfurnished room in an shared apartment. In shared apartments, students have to share bathroom and kitchen with their roommates. A room in an apartment share is usually cheaper than an own apartment and in most cases, affords the advantage of a completely furnished apartment.

 

Q:   What is the cost of living in the University of Cologne?

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The University of Cologne does not provide on-campus accommodation opportunities to their students but help students in finding a number of housing options, which provides good facilities on a budget. Students in can reside in dormitories, private apartments, shared apartments and more while living in Cologne. The cost of living for a student in Cologne is approximately 986,00€(INR 91,20,971). Students can refer to the table below for a breakdown of the living expenses:

ParticularsCost
Rent (including extra charges)

442,00€

(INR 40,88,711)

Alimentation

200,00€

(INR 18,50,095)

Clothes

47,00€

(INR 4,34,772)

Learning material

20,00€

(INR 1,85,009)

Semester fee*

53,00€

(INR 4,90,275)

Health insurance, Medical fees

120,00€

(INR 11,10,057)

Communication (Phone, Internet)

33,00€

(INR 3,05,265)

Leisure/Culture/Sports

71,00€

(INR 6,56,783)

*The semester fee has to be paid each semester/6 months and amounts to 320,05 €. It includes a ticket for public transportation in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

 

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Q:   How is the University of Cologne ranked globally?

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The University of Cologne is a top-ranking university in Germany and its global rankings are listed below:

  • #268 in World University Rankings 2024 - QS World University Rankings
  • #244 in Best Global Universities 2023 - US News and World Report Rankings 
  • #101 in Best Global Universities in Europe 2023 - US News and World Report Rankings 
  • #18 in Best Global Universities in Germany 2023 - US News and World Report Rankings 
  • #146 in World University Rankings 2023 - Times Higher Education (THE)
  • #201-250 in Impact Rankings: Climate Action 2023 – Times Higher Education (THE)
 

Q:   Is the University of Cologne good for international students?

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The University of Cologne is a top-ranking university in Germany, which has secured the rank #268 in QS World University Rankings 2024. It offers a variety of courses on undergraduate, graduate as well as Diploma level, both in German and Englilsh. However, international students must note that they do require a German language proficiency certificate at DSH-2 or higher in order to get enrolled in the university. Apart from this, the University of Cologne offers a variety of scholarships to their international students in collaboration with other organisations, to support eligible candidates financially. Students must also consider the fact that studying in this university is extremely inexpensive or very affordable since the University of Cologne does not charge tuition fees. However, it is mandatory for all students to pay a social contribution fee of around €250 per semester or €500 per year. This fee also includes a public transit pass for busses and rail in North Rhine – Westphalia. Overall, it is a very good university for study abroad options.

 

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Q:   What is University of Cologne known for?

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The University of Cologne is one of the oldest and the biggest German universities, established in 1388. It is constantly ranked among the top 20 German universities in the world rankings. The University is also a member of the German U15 association of major research-intensive universities and was a university of excellence as part of the German Universities Excellence Initiative from 2012 to 2019. The university is known for its leading researchers in economics, law, and business, both for national and international rankings.
The university has produced several notable alumni, including  Peter Grünberg (2007 Nobel Prize winner in Physics),  Gustav Heinemann (Federal Republic of Germany's President from 1969 to 1974). 

 

Q:   What are the application deadlines for University of Cologne?

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For undergraduate programs, the application deadline is July 15th for the winter semester. 

For Master's programs, the application deadline for the winter semester is August 20th, and for the summer semester, it is January 15th.

The application deadlines for the following programs are:

Master of Business Administration- August 20 

Master Economics- August 20 

Master Health Economics- August 20

Master Economics System- August 20

Master in Political Science- August 20

 

Q:   Is University of Cologne cheaper than Goethe University Frankfurt?

A: 

Both the University of Cologne and Goethe University Frankfurt do not charge tuition fees for their courses, including Master's programs, but all students are required to pay a social contribution fee each semester. The social contribution fee for the University of Cologne is around €250 per semester or €500 per year, while the social contribution fee for Goethe University Frankfurt is around €300 per semester. The cost of living in Frankfurt is generally higher than in Cologne, with Frankfurt being one of the most expensive cities in Germany. 

 

Q:   Is the University of Cologne a public university?

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Yes, the University of Cologne is a public university.
 

Q:   What is the University of Cologne known for?

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The University of Cologne is the oldest, prestigious and research-intensive university. Almost a third of its students go on to enter the teaching profession, making it one of the foremost institutions for teacher training.
 
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