Tuition Fee in Germany

Tuition fees in the German federal states – An Over-view

Baden-Württemberg no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions (to be abolished from summer semester 2012)
Bavaria general tuition fees of between 100 and 500 euros per Semester (to be abolished from winter semester 2013-14)
Berlin no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions
Brandenburg no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions
Bremen no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions; 500 euros per semester for long-term students
Hamburg general tuition fees of 375 euros per semester (to be abolished from winter semester 2012-13)
Hesse no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions
Mecklenburg-West Pommerania no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions
Lower Saxony general tuition fees of 500 euros per Semester (to be abolished from winter semester 2014-15); long-term students’ fees between 600 and 800 euros per semester
North-Rhine-Westphalia no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions
Rhineland-Palatinate no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions; long-term students’ fees of 650 euros per semester
Saarland no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions; long-term students’ fees of 400 euros per semester
Saxony no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions
Saxony-Anhalt no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions; long-term students’ fees of 500 euros per semester
Schleswig-Holstein no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions
Thuringia no general tuition fees at state higher education institutions; long-term students’ fees of 500 euros per semester