Frankfurt School offers various options for the payment of tuition fees. In addition to the Standard Payment (= A) and the Payment by Instalments (= B), Frankfurt School is pleased to announce a new Three-step Payment Model (= C) to ensure students do not need to worry about their finances in these uncertain times.
Frankfurt School thus created subsidised financing packages, such as the modified version of the Three-step Payment Model (= C/H), which includes the costs for Uninest Student Residences for the first year. The rooms in the student accommodation "Urbanum" have a minimum size of 19 sqm and are located in central Frankfurt.
The KfW Student Loan supports students with at least EUR 100 and up to EUR 650 per month during your degree programme. It requires no collateral and is independent of income or assets.
Students enrolled at a state or state-recognised tertiary institution in Germany in the following categories:
The application requires a valid student matriculation certificate for the requested start of financing: the certificate must specify the (first) subject, semester and intended degree. You will be able to download your student matriculation from August on.
The term of the KfW Student Loan is divided into three periods (disbursement, grace and repayment period).