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Master of Arts
in European Studies

Fees & Expenses

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Tuition Fees
For the Master of European Studies program there are no tuition fees to be paid, nor are they due to be raised
Semester Fee
The current fees for the coming semester can be found here.
Cost of Living
Rent prices vary according to the size and location of the apartments in Frankfurt and Slubice. You should allocate at least 200€ per month for rent. Prices for food and other necessities are slightly lower on the Polish side of the Oder, which may help to reduce living costs. Generally, students should allow about 500€ to 600€ per month for all living expenses.
In addition, the semester ticket is valid for the entire VBB area, so that no further costs are incurred for the use of public transport in the Berlin/Brandenburg area (city and regional transport).
Every semester, Viadrina offers a wide range of scholarships for students in undergraduate and consecutive degree programmes, including the well-known Deutschlandstipendien.

Furthermore, there are among others

- Starting scholarships
- Social scholarships
- Merit scholarships
- Scholarships for stays abroad

Further information on current calls for applications can be found on the Viadrina website. helps students and doctoral candidates to find the right scholarships free of charge. With over 2,300 funding opportunities with a total value of 610 million €/year, myStipendium is the largest scholarship database in Germany. myStipendium shows: scholarships are not only available for the highly gifted, the needy or the committed. Anyone can find a scholarship! therefore automatically shows every user all the scholarships that fit his or her own CV.