Finances & Fees

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Mandatory Mobility
Students who complete the mandatory mobility semesters (second semester and third semester in the Master’s progamme = specialisation track and integration module) are not charged any further tuition fees at the mobility university, provided they pay their fees at their entrance university. 

Entrance University

Enrolment, participation or tuition fees are charged by the entrance university.
Local fees (e.g. student union fees, administrative fees etc.) and health insurance contributions may vary per institution and must also be paid during the mobility period. They are announced in advance.



  • € 0 [EU students] for 4+2 semesters,
  • € 726,72 [non-EU students] per semester
  • Students from these countries exempt from the tuition fee.
  • Students from Southeastern European countries have been granted reimbursement under these conditions

During their mobility period, students are exempt from paying tuition fees at the University of Graz.

Student Union (incl. insurance on campus):
€ 22,70 (have to be paid by degree and mobility students)


 per semester (excl. insurance and additional costs)

Student Union (incl. fee for public transportation system of Leipzig): check out this website (have to be paid by degree and mobility students)

67.900 JPY per semester after reduction by applicable scholarships (full tuition fee is 267.900 JPY per semester. The final successful candidates whoese evaluation results and grades are judged excellent will be exempted from the application fee, admission fee and tuition fee at Hiroshima University)

Application fee:
0 JPY (excellent students who are selected for Hiroshima University as their entrance university are exempted from the application fee of 30.000 JPY after the first-round selection)

Admission fee:
0 JPY (excellent students are exempted from admission fee of 282.000 JPY) (those who passed the first-round selection for the consortium must follow an admission process at the entrance university)

National Health Insurance (NHI) premium:
NHI premium amount is calculcated based on the student's income level and will be notified.

Detailed information


Life at your mobility university


Financial support
Your entrance or host university may offer financial support through scholarship programmes for your mandatory mobility.
Your respective contact person will inform you at the time of admission to the programme about available scholarships. However, the consortium does not guarantee any financial support for this programme.

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