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FAQ 
 

  • What are the tuition fees?
    Veterans: flat fee of €5,600 for full-time studies and €3,300 for part-time studies + approx. €400 admin fee, including mandatory public transport ticket.
  • What are the tuition fees?
    Tuition for our American BSc in Business and Management is a flat fee of €5.600 (per semester) for full time studies, and €3,300 for part-time studies.
  • Do I need a visa?
    If you are an EU or EEA citizen, you can stay and study in Germany without a visa. Citizens of most other countries will need to apply for a study visa. Please contact the Germany Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence to find out about requirements and book your visa appointment.
  • How do I find student housing?
    Touro University Berlin currently doesn’t offer student housing. We do our best to provide helpful information and search tips. New students should contact the Admissions Office if they need advice.
  • Fee structure for BA in psychology
    Tuition for our American BA in Psychology is a flat fee of €5.600 (per semester) for full time studies, and €3,300 for part-time studies.In addition, there are administration fees and a mandatory public transportation card for Berlin which totals to approximately €400 per semester.Note that American students are eligible to use their FAFSA and/or GI bill/VA benefits from the United States.In case of questions please contact your admissions department admissions@berlin.touro.edu
  • Do I need a blocked account?
    If you are an international student from a non-EU country, you must prove that you have adequate financial resources for living in Germany. Please check with the German Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence about the specific blocked amount and other requirements that may apply to you.
  • Can I work on a student visa?
    Yes. EU nationals may work up to 20 hours per week during the semester; during semester holidays full time. Students from non-EU countries may work 140 full days or 280 half days per year.
  • What are the tuition fees?
    For the MBA there is a charge €400 per credit. Total for program: €16.800 (42 credits). In addition there are administration fees and a mandatory public transportation card for Berlin which totals to approximately €400 per semester. Note that American students are eligible to use their FAFSA and/or GI bill/VA benefits from the United States.
  • Do I need a visa?
    If you are an EU or EEA citizen, you can stay and study in Germany without a visa. Citizens of most other countries will need to apply for a study visa. Please contact the Germany Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence to find out about requirements and book your visa appointment.
  • What are the tuition fees?
    For the MA in General Psychology there is a charge €400 per credit. Total for program: €14.400 (36 US Credits).
  • Can I work on a student visa?
    Yes. EU nationals may work up to 20 hours per week during the semester; during semester holidays full time. Students from non-EU countries may work 140 full days or 280 half days per year.
  • Do I need a blocked account?
    If you are an international student from a non-EU country, you must prove that you have adequate financial resources for living in Germany. Please check with the German Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence about the specific blocked amount and other requirements that may apply to you.
  • How do I find student housing?
    Touro Berlin currently doesn’t offer student housing. We do our best to provide helpful information and search tips. New students should contact the Admissions Office if they need advice.
  • Do I need a visa?
    If you are an EU or EEA citizen, you can stay and study in Germany without a visa. Citizens of most other countries will need to apply for a study visa. Please contact the Germany Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence to find out about requirements and book your visa appointment.
  • How do I find student housing?
    Touro Berlin currently doesn’t offer student housing. We do our best to provide helpful information and search tips. New students should contact the Admissions Office if they need advice.
  • Do I need a blocked account?
    If you are an international student from a non-EU country, you must prove that you have adequate financial resources for living in Germany. Please check with the German Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence about the specific blocked amount and other requirements that may apply to you.
  • Can I work on a student visa?
    Yes. EU nationals may work up to 20 hours per week during the semester. Students from non-EU countries may work 120 full days or 240 half days per year.
  • Useful websites
    auswaertiges-amt.de study-in-germany.de studying-in-germany.org
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