University of Stuttgart Admissions 2023: Application Fees & Deadline ,,Germany

  • Stuttgart,Germany
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Srishti Chatterjee

The University of Stuttgart is a leading German research university with highly-ranked study programmes, including Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical, and Civil Engineering. Stuttgart is a member of TU9 German Institutes of Technology e.V., the most notable and the largest of all the German Institutes of Technology. The university received its first grant for doctoral degrees in technical disciplines in 1900 and today, the strength of the university’s research and third-party funding is clearly reflected in both national and international rankings. With changing times, it included more subjects of study to the university curriculum. Apart from this, the university has a great reputation in activity-based costing, Aerospace Engineering, Process Engineering, and Automated and Industrial Manufacturing. As on December 2019, the university has 4,780 full-time equivalent staff, including 265 professors, 14 junior professors, and other non-academic staff.

Courses Offered


What all courses are available to international students?


The University of Stuttgart offers more than 160 courses, including 73 undergraduate and 95 postgraduate programmes.

 

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Eligibility & Documents Required


What are the eligibility requirements?


The eligibility requirements vary highly depending on the course you select and the school to which you wish to apply. Here are some of the special eligibility requirements for admissions to the University of Stuttgart.

  • Sports Entrance Examination: If you are looking for a teaching degree in physical education, you will have to clear the sports entrance examination. The Baden-Wuerttemberg Universities mutually organize this test. 
  • Entrance Examinations: Certain courses have additional entrance examinations that you need to clear. 
  • Limited Enrollment Bachelor’s Programme: German universities reserve a few seats for international students under its bachelor programmes. As most of the UG programmes are offered in German and very few courses are available in English, admission to these programmes is competitive. International students should have completed 10+3 years of preliminary education to be eligible for these programmes.
  • Master’s Programme: International students should hold a bachelor's degree in a relevant subject to enroll in any master’s courses. All admissions are approved or rejected individually by different departments.

 

German and English Language Requirements

For courses taught in German, any of the following test scores is accepted as a proof of German language proficiency:

  • Test German as Foreign Language (TestDAF): Level 4
  • Passed examination in German in the previous or another college
  • German Language Diploma: Level II (DSD Level II)
  • Large German Language Diploma new C2 – GDS from a Goethe Institute
  • Large or Small German Language Diploma or Central Senior Class Exam (ZOP) from a Goethe Institute
  • German Language Examination II of the Language and Interpreter Institute in Munich
  • Complete a diploma, bachelor, or master’s degree that was taught in German
  • Advanced Placement (AP Exam) in the German Language

 

In some cases, the university may allow prospective students to enroll in a language course with subsequent studies:

  • As per a student’s existing knowledge level, the university’s language courses may last from three weeks (TestDAF-Training) to two semesters (basic and intermediate course).
  • A minimum of basic learning equivalent to 500 hours must have been completed previously.
  • The language course begins with a placement test that determines assignment to the basic or intermediate level. On completing the language course, you can take the TestDAF exam in the Intercultural Instruction Department.
  • The semester courses comprise approximately 480-500 teaching units per semester and cost EUR 3 per teaching unit.

For other courses that are offered in English, the university generally accepts competitive scores in TOEFL or an equivalent test.


What all documents are needed for application?


All your documents must be translated either into German or English by a certified translator. At the time of application, students need to upload both the documents – the original version and the translated document. Do note that the university requires all documents to be legally attested by the time of enrollment. Generally, international students require the following documents for application process:

 

Note: Not all documents are required for all the courses. This is to give you a general idea of what you should keep handy. Also, additional documents may be required depending on the school or course you choose and other special cases. Do keep in mind that it is highly recommended to keep the optional documents handy.


Application & Tuition Fees


Is there any application fees?


The University of Stuttgart charges an application fee of EUR 70 for both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The application fee is non-refundable.


What is the fee structure of courses offered by the university?


In general, the University of Stuttgart is free for all students as it does not charge any tuition fee. However, international students need to pay a fee of EUR 1,500 for every semester. The tuition fee for the second-degree program is EUR 650. Apart from this, international students also need to pay the following miscellaneous charges:

Fee Type

Fee (in EUR)

Doctoral Students - Student Body fee

10

General Students - Student Body Fee

10

VVS StudiTicket solidarity & Student Services Fee

120.40

Administrative Fee

70

Source: University of Stuttgart

Note: Semester fee and other charges are subject to change without prior notice. Thus, we encourage you to refer to the university website for current academic year fee structure.


Scholarships & Financial Aid


Is there any scholarship or financial aid available for international students?


Although the university fees are not very high, it can still be challenging for international students. Hence, the university offers the following scholarships:

 

DAAD STIBET I: This scholarship is offered by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). They prioritize qualified and highly committed undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students who can complete their studies at the University of Stuttgart.

 

Scholarship for Highly Committed Students: The following students can apply for this scholarship:

  • Those who will complete their degree from the University of Stuttgart (BSc, MSc, or PhD).
  • Those who do not receive any other scholarships from any foreign or German organisation.
  • Those under voluntary commitment in an intercultural or international context at the University of Stuttgart.
  • Those who have received good grades until now.  

 

Graduate or Doctoral Scholarships: The following students can apply for this scholarship:

  • Those who do not receive full scholarships from any foreign or German organizations.
  • Those in a financial emergency or difficulty.
  • Those who have decent grades and positive academic prospects.
  • Students in their final semester or about to start their final semester.
  • Those who will complete their degree from the University of Stuttgart.

 

Beihilfe (Financial Aid): It is emergency support offered by the Ministry of Science. The amount of this scholarship is not predetermined and varies from case to case. It is determined by a senate committee. The following students can apply for Beihilfe scholarship:  

  • Those who are in a temporary financial emergency.
  • Students in their third or fourth semester.
  • Those who expect to graduate from the University of Stuttgart.

 

Emergency Fund: This applies to students in need of emergency funds on short notice due to adverse financial circumstances or problems like currency rate fluctuations, natural disasters, conflicts, parental unemployment, illness, etc. These funds come from the donations of the Christian Burkert Foundation. These are specifically for doctorate students or committed international students. The amount is based on the applicant's need and is decided by the International Office's selection committee.


Admission Process


When do the admissions start?


The university offers admission in the winter and summer semesters. While all postgraduate programmes have course-specific deadlines, all undergraduate programmes follow the below timeline:

Intake/Semester

Enrollment Type

Deadline for International Students

Winter

Limited/restricted

Mid-July

Unrestricted

Mid-September

Summer

Limited/restricted

Mid-January

Unrestricted

Mid-April

Under special circumstances these deadlines may be extended for international students. It is advisable to check the university website to know about the exact closing dates for the current academic year.


How to apply to UG and PG courses?


All applicants need to apply to the university directly using its online application portal C@MPUS. Do note that the university does not accept any paper applications. You can use the link given below to directly visit the portal and follow the steps given below to fill your application form.

C@MPUS portal link: campus.uni-stuttgart.de/cusonline/ee/ui/ca2/app/desktop/#/login

Step 1: Open the link and create an account. After verifying the account, create a password and login. Select ‘Studying at the University..’ option. It will take you to the university’s course webpage.

 

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Step 2: Search and select your desired course. Open the course page and click on ‘Application via C@mpus’ option. You will be directed to the portal again.

 

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Step 3: Select intake.

 

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Step 4: Choose course details.

 

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Step 5: Ensure to fill all the sections of the form before a thorough review and submit the form.

 

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When will I hear from the university after I submit my application?


The university assesses all applications within three to six weeks. Students can also check the university’s admission portal to check the status of their applications.


Student Diversity & Preferred Profile


What are the chances to get into this university?


Admission to bachelor’s programmes is quite competitive as only 8-10% of seats are reserved for international applicants. Thus, UG aspirants need to have a strong academic background with relevant skills and language scores to have a chance of getting accepted. Similarly, as only a few of the master’s programmes are available in English, the competitive becomes tough. German universities, in general, lays emphasis on technical or professional knowledge and an excellent academic background for admission in master’s courses.


How many Indian/international students are studying at the university?


In Winter 2020/21 the university enrolled a total of 23,855 students, including 4,922 international students, of which 125 were Indian students.


Part Time Work While Studying


Can I work while studying here?


Yes, the University of Stuttgart allows students to work while studying. You can get a job at the university as a student assistant, or you are allowed to work outside in a legal field of your choice. However, if you opt to work outside the campus, you will need an electronic tax card and a social security number.

If you are unmarried without children, you can earn an expected sum of EUR 450 per month. You may also need an income tax statement. The university's work permit is only allowed for 20 hours a week plus 120 full or 240 half days a year.


Campuses & Accommodation


How many colleges and campuses does the university have?


The University of Stuttgart’s campuses is divided into two major location – Campus City Center and Campus Vaihingen. The university consists of ten major faculties and each faculty has a group of cohesive institutes under their administration. In total, about 150 institutes make up the University of Stuttgart.

Faculties at University of Stuttgart

Architecture and Urban Planning

Civil- and Environmental Engineering

Chemistry

Energy-, Process- and Bio-Engineering

Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Aerospace Engineering and Geodesy

Engineering Design, Production Engineering and Automotive Engineering

Mathematics and Physics

Faculty of Humanities

Management, Economics and Social Sciences


Is on-campus housing available?


Yes, the university offers on-campus housing to both domestics and international students. They have dormitories in the Stuttgart-Vaihingen campus, which is a 20-minute ride via commuter train to the downtown campus. Student dormitories cost EUR 300 per month and EUR 400 is taken as a deposit. Some of the major features of the dormitories are:

  • All single bedrooms have a sink, bookshelf, closet or wardrobe, chair, bed, table. 
  • Every floor has a common kitchen.
  • No dishes are available (students need to arrange this).
  • Shared showers and toilets on each floor.
  • Coverlets and bed linen are available for purchase at the office at EUR 45. For international master’s aspirants, this is included in the room rent. 
  • All the dormitories have internet access. 

 

If you do not get a dormitory through the university hostel, you can opt to stay in private student hostels or rent a room, studio, or apartment in Stuttgart. Stuttgart has are five major student hostels where you can rent a room for a semester or two until you find a place in university housing. These hostel are:

  • Alex 30 Hostel
  • A&O Stuttgart City
  • Stuttgart Neckarpark
  • Stuttgart International 
  • International Student Hostel

 

Students can also check out these housing websites like: 

  • B&B Happy
  • Housing Anywhere
  • AirBnB

 

Theuniversity advises students to consider sharing a flat if they cannot get accommodation in the dormitories. The general rent figures are:  

  • EUR 350 to 500 for a single room
  • EUR 500 to 800 for studio apartments

 

Cost of Living

Apart from rent, international students can expect the following monthly expenses while studying at Stuttgart.

Expense Type

Amount/Month (in EUR)

Health Insurance

110

Rent

350-500

Broadcasting fee

1,750

 

Note: A student’s actual monthly expenses will depend on their lifestyle and other choices. Rates and rent may also fluctuate each academic year. For latest details, visit the housing page of the university website.


University Contact Information


Whom should I contact in case of any doubts?


International students may reach the university at: 

Address: University of Stuttgart, Keplerstraße 7, 70174 Stuttgart, Germany

Website: www.uni-stuttgart.de/en/

Phone: +49-711-6850


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