Studienkolleg Munich


Type: Public Minimum German requirement: B2
Courses offered: T-Course, W-Course, M-Course, G-CourseTuition Fee: Free
Intake: Winter Semester & Summer SemesterAdmission difficulty: High
Location: Munich, BavariaEntrance exam: Yes
City size: LargeInternal FSP: Yes

No Tuition FeeSelective admission process
Passing the final test (FSP) opens the doors to both universities and universities of applied sciences across all GermanyRelatively high competition
Application is possible twice a yearHigh cost of living
Located in one of the economic centers of Germany

SemesterApplication deadlineEntrance exam datesSemester start date
Wintermid-JulyEarly Septembermid-September
Summermid-Januarymid-FebruaryLate February

Course type

Entrance exam subjects
T-Course (T-Kurs)German, Mathematics
W-Course (W-Kurs)German, Mathematics
M-Course (M-Kurs)German, Mathematics
G-Course (G-Kurs)German

Application guide

About Munich

Munich is the state capital of Bavaria, which is located in southern Germany. Munich’s international airport, Munich Airport, has excellent connections to other major cities in Germany and Europe. The airport offers direct flights to destinations around the world and is located approximately 30 km northeast of the city center. Munich has excellent rail connections to other major German cities. Munich Central Station, the city’s main train station, is one of the busiest in Europe and offers high-speed connections to places like Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Cologne.

Monthly living costs: 900 – 1100 €. That includes the cost of accommodation (400 – 750€), Food and groceries (180 – 310€), transportation (70 – 90€), and health insurance (100 – 120€). Munich is a popular student destination, thus the cost of living there can be fairly high. For students, housing expenses in particular can become a problem, with rentals in Munich ranking among the highest in Germany. However, a lot of students find that the advantages of living in Munich far outweigh the higher cost of living.

With a population of over 1.5 million and a student population of approximately 140,000 Munich is the third largest city in Germany. The city is known for its high standard of living, diverse cultural offerings, and robust economy. Munich is a popular destination for students due to the presence of numerous prestigious universities.

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2 responses to “Studienkolleg Munich”

  1. Amine Dian Avatar
    Amine Dian

    I would like to know, if I can apply to TUM or LMU, even if I didn’t study in STK München, for example if I studied the STK year in Hamburg and I passed the FSP EXAM…can I Apply to a Bachelor degree in the one of two universities (TUM & LWU).

    1. StuWoLi Avatar

      Hi Amine,

      as long as your FSP is recognized by all universities in Germany, then there is no reason why you should not be able to aply for TUM or LMU. When you visit a Studienkolleg make sure that their FSP is accepted by all universities in Germany. On our website you can find this in formation for each studienkolleg under Pros and Cons section of each Studienkolleg. All the best

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