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About HFD

University of Fulda (HFD) — public non-profit institution. It is located in Fulda, Germany. The higher education institution is among the youngest in the country. HFD is a member of European University Association (EUA).

HFD works in several scientific areas and is waiting for new students.

Location
Fulda, Germany
Establishment year
1974
Students
4,999
Acceptance rate
70%
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HFD tuition fees

The academic calendar at HFD is divided into two semesters, as in many other universities in Germany. For convenience, tuition fees are calculated per year. At all public universities in Germany, tuition is free. Students pay only a semester fee, which is about 1,000 USD per year. The cost of education and the availability of scholarships can be checked on the official website.

Also, consider other expenses: accommodation, transportation, study materials, meals, and personal expenses.

Academic calendar
Semesters
Semester fee
1,000USD/year

Bachelor degree at HFD

You cannot enter a German university after the 11th grade, because schooling there lasts longer than 11 years. First, you need to eliminate the academic difference. To do this, foreign students go through a preparatory year in special educational institutions — Studienkollegs.

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HFD campus

The campus of HFD is urban. This means that students study closely to the sights and the entire recreational infrastructure of the city. This type of campus gives students more options for internships and part-time jobs. There is a library on the grounds of the university. There are collected scientific works of graduates and teachers of the university, as well as fiction. The exchange of intercultural experience occupies a special place in training at HFD. The educational institution regularly invites foreign students to participate in exchange programs and organizes various joint events.

Campus Type
Urban
Library
Yes

What to do after graduation

To stay in Germany after graduation for another 18 months, you need to apply for a graduate visa, which allows you to work without an offer from an employer. You can find other options for immigration in our article.

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