The World Heritage Studies Master’s programme charges no tuition fees.
Students must only pay the BTU administration fee 223,60 Euro/ semester. This entitles them to a “Semester Ticket” which covers all public transportation in the Berlin and the state of Brandenburg, as well as travel on the train line RE18 from Cottbus to Dresden-Neustadt (Saxony).
More information about the semester fees can be found here.
Scholarships for international students
BTU has only a limited number of scholarships available for international students. For more information in this regard, please contact the International Office.
Additional financial support for foreign students is available below:
- BTU scholarships for international students
- BTU scholarships for Russian students
- DAAD scholarships
- Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst e.V.
Scholarships for German students
German BTU students may be eligible for the following scholarship programmes:
- Bundesausbildungsförderungsgesetz (BAföG)
- Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes
- DAAD-supporting Scholarships and Financial Aid