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Goethe University of Frankfurt

Goethe University of Frankfurt

About the university

The Goethe University of Frankfurt was founded in 1914 and financed by the wealthy and liberal populace of Frankfurt. It is a large university offering undergraduate and advanced degrees in all faculties. This University is a component of the IT cluster Rhine-Main-Neckar.

 

Goethe University of Frankfurt
Goethe University of Frankfurt

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Overall rating

According to the current statistics, the University is ranked 486 of 14,160 in the World; 192 0f 2,789 in Europe; 41 of 370 in Germany; 4 of 22 in Hesse; 1 of 7 in Frankfurt am Main; 15 of 1,091 in Neurosurgery and top 100 for 15 0ther topics.

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Facts and Figures

The Goethe University at present has more than 48,000 students consisting of 7,600 international students from different countries across the globe. These students are distributed across four major campuses in the city. There are over 200-degree programs in 16 faculties at three main campuses to choose from, which are located in the city of Frankfurt.

Jobs/Internships near the University

The Goethe University Career Service offers extended support. It regularly organizes job fairs where students can meet and talk to representatives and officials from various companies and exchange contact details. International students are allowed to do jobs in Germany. However, there are certain rules and conditions. Also, different rules apply, depending upon whether the student is from an EU or Non-EU country. Companies for jobs such as Deutsche Bhn AG, Leaseweb Germany, BioNTech SE. Scholarships are also available for all students at the University.

House and Accommodation

There are many options available for students’ accommodation, which includes both single and shared accommodations. Students can also apply for a student residence. The cost for the accommodation is approx. 210-500 EUR/month and it can vary from place to place at which students want to live.

Cost of Living

The cost of living is distinct according to the person. It includes some mandatory pay such as a semester fee of a total of 369.89 EUR, approx. 62 EUR/month in addition to average expense on daily basic needs of 150-250 EUR/month. An average amount of living is approx 850-900 EUR/month.

CategoryExpensive City [in Euro]Average [in Euro]Small town [in Euro]Comments
Rent 350275198
Semester Fees350200110per semester
Transportation000Transportation is already included in semester fees.
Public Insurance110110110Insurance does not depend on cities.
Private Insurance353535you can choose either public or private insurance.
Radio Bill17.517.517.5
Mobile20158Mobile bill does not depend on cities. Usually it cost 8-20 euro per month
Groceries220200160
Miscellaneous786050
Total [with Public Insurance]853 711562per month
Total [with Private Insurance]779 636487per month

Popular courses at The Goethe University of Frankfurt

Goethe University provides many courses, some of them are:-

  • Law
  • Economics and Business Administration
  • Social Sciences
  • Educational Sciences (German)
  • Psychology and Sports Sciences
  • Protestant Theology
  • Roman Catholic Theology
  • Philosophy and History
  • Faculty of Linguistics, Cultures, and Arts (German)
  • Modern Languages
  • Geosciences and Geography
  • Computer Science and Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Pharmacy (Germany)
  • Biological Sciences

Places to visit near The Goethe University

There are many places to visit in Frankfurt but some of the most famous are:-

  • Main Tower (It’s a 56-story and 200 m building in the Innenstadt district of Frankfurt for city and river viewing)
  • Goethe House (It’s a museum in the Innenstadt district of Frankfurt which is adorned with that period furniture and compositions)
  • Grüneburg park (It’s a public park in Frankfurt, Germany, located in the Westend quarter)
  • St. Paul’s Church (It’s a Protestant sanctuary in Paulsplatz, Frankfurt with an important political involvement in Germany)
  • Frankfurt Cathedral (a Roman Catholic Gothic church and the largest religious building in the city and a previous collegiate church.  located in the center of Frankfurt)

This university sets an agenda in the name of independence and freedom and also they generate private funds that can be applied flexibly toward future-oriented areas of research.

Visit the following links for more information :


University Page


Application Portal

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