Financial Information

Overview of living expenses and semester fees & List of selected fundings and scholarships

Special scholarship

Two special scholarships for COMMAS students are granted by Hilti, a company with strong research and development activities related to Computational Mechanics. Click here for further information.


German Academic Exchange Service

Contact the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) office in your home country for information on scholarships. Information is available online at

Other sources of funding
Supports foreign students and graduates of all disciplines in Germany. It awards extensible one-year scholarships for students up to their first German degree and for graduates up to their doctorate. Requirements are particular qualifications in the respective academic field (e.g. through above-average school or study achievements), a commitment to social policy issues, personality.

Abteilung Studienförderung
Godesberger Allee 149
53170 Bonn, Germany
Supports program for talented students. In order to qualify for selection, applicants must have high academic talent, character qualities as well as fundamental liberal commitment to political and social issues. Support is initially awarded for one year, in case of concentrated studies up to a total of three years.

Institut für Forschung und Begabtenförderung
Königswinter Strasse 407
53639 Königswinter, Germany
Supports foreign graduates. In addition to the scholarships, which are, as a rule, awarded for two years, scholarship holders can also attend a study preparation language course.

Hanns-Seidel Förderungswerk
Lazarettstrasse 33
80636 München, Germany
Catholic Service for Foreign Students(KAAD)
The KAAD awards up to three-year scholarships to young graduates from countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe. The Support is on disciplines important to these countries. Conditions are above average qualification for the study project, sufficient proficiency in German, personal and character integrity, willingness and ability to actively support the basic objectives and commitment to return home after completing the degree. Applicants are proposed by KAAD partners’ organizations in the home country.

Katholischer Akademischer Ausländer Dienst (KAAD)
Hausdorffstrasse 151
53129 Bonn, Germany
Requirements are outstanding subject qualifications, an interest in social policy issues, good knowledge of German as well as willingness to return to the respective home country upon completion of the study project.

Rathausallee 12
53757 Sank Augustin, Germany

For the detailed overview of living expenses and semester fees please follow the link below.

Fee and Charges

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