Studienkolleg Kiel


Type: Public Minimum German requirement: B1
Courses offered: TI-Course, WW-CourseTuition Fee: Free
Intake: Winter Semester & Summer SemesterAdmission difficulty: Low
Location: Kiel, Schleswig-HolsteinEntrance exam: Yes
City size: MediumInternal FSP: Yes

No Tuition FeeSelective admission process
A B1 German certificate is sufficient for the applicationCourse offerings are limited
Application is possible twice a yearPassing the final test (FSP) only enables you to study in universities of applied sciences and not universities
Relatively low competition

SemesterApplication deadlineEntrance exam datesSemester start date
Wintermid-MarchEarly JuneEarly September
Summermid-Septembermid-JanuaryEarly March

Course type

Entrance exam subjects
TI-Course (TI-Kurs)German, Mathematics
WW-Course (WW-Kurs)German, Mathematics

Application guide

About Kiel

Kiel is a city in northern Germany, located on the Baltic Sea coast. The city is the capital of the state of Schleswig-Holstein and is well-connected to other major cities in Germany and Europe, with good transport links via road, rail, and air. Hamburg Airport, located approximately 90 km south of Kiel, is the primary international airport near Kiel. Hamburg Airport is One of the largest airports in Germany and offers direct flights to a number of major cities in Europe and beyond. Lübeck Airport, located approximately 70 kilometers southeast of Kiel, is another nearby airport. Although Lübeck Airport is smaller than Hamburg Airport, it still offers flights to several European locations.

Monthly living costs: 800 – 950 €. That includes the cost of accommodation (400 – 650€), Food and groceries ( 150 – 250€), transportation (60 – 80€), and health insurance (100 – 120€).

With a population of approximately 248,000, Kiel is known for its maritime heritage, vibrant cultural scene, and strong academic tradition. Kiel is home to several universities and colleges, including the University of Kiel, the Muthesius College of Art and Design, and the University of Applied Sciences. Together, these institutions have more than 35,000 students, making Kiel a popular destination for students from around the world.

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