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The College

The LAS program at University College Freiburg has a yearly intake of about 80 new students. With a total of about 300 students from 40 countries and with a focus on activating and small-group learning, UCF offers a close-knit academic and international community. Student committees, interest groups, and events all contribute to the familiar atmosphere at UCF. Furthermore, LAS students are active and engaged in manifold intellectual, cultural, and social projects and initiatives. For information and impressions of what's going on at UCF, please see:

 

The University of Freiburg

The University of Freiburg is one of the oldest and most renowned universities in Germany and is listed among the best German universities according to international rankings. The University has partnerships with top universities, research institutions, and businesses around the world and offers a truly cosmopolitan atmosphere in one of Germany's most charming cities. Overall, 25,000 students are enrolled at the University, with close to 3,500 from abroad.

Beyond studying, students are engaged in many extracurricular activities. For information on what is going on at the University of Freiburg, please see:

 

The City of Freiburg

The "Green City" Freiburg in the Southwest of Germany is known for its idyllic location on the edge of the Black Forest, its excellent recreational offerings, high environmental standards, vineyards, and of course its university. Freiburg is situated in the Upper Rhine Valley where universities in France, Switzerland, and Germany have established a transnational European CampusFreiburg dates back to the 12th century and is, today, characterized by a very special combination of tradition and innovation, of regionalism and internationality. With six universities, five Fraunhofer and two Max Planck Institutes, it is an exceptionally strong academic setting, offers all the benefits of a beautiful student city, and is located in the sunniest and warmest part of Germany. The following websites provide information on the many social and cultural activities in and around the city and the university:

 

Living in Freiburg

LAS is a non-residential program, UCF does not offer housing. Students in Freiburg typically live in shared apartments, rooms in private houses, or in dormitories. Shared housing arrangements are a wonderful way to get to know students and integrate into the student community. Here are a few links to start searching for an accommodation:

 

Monthly living costs in Freiburg are about €750 (including housing and health insurance). For more information on financing your studies and on scholarships, please see:


Please Note: Tuition Fees for non-EU Students and for a Second Bachelor Degree

Starting Winter Semester 2017/18, the State of Baden-Württemberg will implement tuition fees for non-EU students (€1,500 per semester) and for all students seeking a second Bachelor (or Master's) degree (€650 per semester). For more information, including an overview of exemptions from tuition fees, please see the University of Freiburg Student Portal.


 

For International Students

The University of Freiburg provides consultation and information specifically for international students:

If you have further questions, please contact Anne Klemperer at .