Hochschule Fresenius - University of Applied Sciences

Studienkolleg NRW (T - Course for Technical Studies) - German Τraсk

Foundation Year (Studienkolleg)
Subjects: Economics, Mathematics, Business Administration, Physics, Chemistry, Biology
Foundation Year
German only
1 Year (starting: Both semesters)
€ 4420 - € 5720
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Both semesters
Mode of admission:
no admission restriction, but ability assessment 
directly at University
Study mode:
On campus
Registration Fee & Tuition Information:
Studienkolleg in German or English: €11,440 Preparatory college without German courses and German ехam: €8,840

Five Reasons to Choose this Preparation's Program

German Education Advantage
Germany's educational system is highly respected worldwide for its rigor and quality. At Studienkolleg NRW, students receive top-notch preparation for studying in Germany, benefiting from lower tuition costs compared to other countries, and the prestige of a German education.
Comprehensive Preparatory Courses
Studienkolleg NRW offers specialized courses in Medicine (M), Technology (T), and Economy (W) for students without a direct university entrance qualification (HZB). This targeted preparation ensures that every student is well-equipped to succeed in their chosen field of study.
Strong Institutional Partnerships
Studienkolleg NRW is affiliated with the renowned Fresenius University of Applied Sciences. Commissioned by the Cologne district government, this partnership ensures that students receive a recognized and credible education, backed by years of experience since the closure of state preparatory colleges in North Rhine-Westphalia in 2012.
Professional Advice To Find Your Dream Job
Take advantage of the services of the Alumni & Corporate Relations Team, who will guide you on how to develop your skills, build a professional network and shape your future career.
Individual and Personalized Counseling
Few other universities have one devoted person in charge of answering all your questions about the program, financing options, etc.

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