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No tuition fees are required. The semester contribution currently is approx. 370 Euro per term and includes free public transport in Frankfurt and surroundings.


Students may apply for German funding sources such as the DAAD – German Academic Exchange Service and other sources (scholarship database).


Students will need to organize their own accommodation. Living costs in Frankfurt may range from about 600 to 800 Euros per month per person.

Health Insurance

All students who are not European Union citizens will require a German health insurance. Such insurance will cover the costs of most medical treatments (including dental care) in Germany.

Counseling and Social Services of Goethe University

Please also note the University’s International Student Services as well as the University’s Central Counseling Services

Equal opportunity

Equal opportunities office of Goethe University

Equal opportunities council of the department of Biological Sciences


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