University of Flensburg
About the University
The University of Flensburg previously been called the “College of Education” (1946-1994), is a young university. It is the northernmost university in Germany. Situated in the heart of a maritime-dominated region, the University of Flensburg was officially proclaimed “Europa-Universität Flensburg” on June 30th, 2014. The University focuses on the areas of education, economics, environmental sciences/sustainable development, and interdisciplinary European studies.
According to current statistics,
The University is ranked 3038 of 14,160 universities in the World; 885 of 2789 in Europe; 120 of 370 in Germany; 4 of 12 in Schleswig-Holstein and 1 of 2 in Flensburg.
Facts and Figures
The University enrolls around 5,000 students and is one of the smaller universities in Germany. The University of Flensburg has cooperated with more than 80 partner universities in 34 countries.
Programs offered by the University
The main focus of the University is on teacher training and international management. The programs offered include:
- Humanities and Theologies
- Textiles and Music
- Educational Sciences
- Teacher Education
- Special Education
- General Studies
- Health and Nutrition
- Language, Culture, and Media Studies
- European Studies
- Sports Science
- Economics and Social Sciences
Internship and jobs
CampusCareer- The career service of the Flensburg Campus, helps students in providing job offers and internships for students in Germany and Denmark:
Current student jobs will be posted on a notice board in the university’s main building. However, jobs are also advertised online with the flensburg.stujo.net. In addition, the University offers a workshop “How to apply for a job in Germany” every spring semester. Students can look for an internship or a part-time job in the online portal stujo.
House and Accommodation
The Studentenwerk Schleswig-Holstein which is a non-profit organization in charge of the universities residencies and student accommodation nationwide is one of the best options. Five differentcan be found in Flensburg.
The University Student Union (AStA) helps students withand advertisements and will help them find private accommodation. , a and a are a few other options.
Cost of living
The cost of living in Flensburg is slightly lower than in other major German cities. The cost of living will be a minimum of 700 € to 850 € monthly, including rent, food, transportation, and other basic needs. The amount would cost around INR 70,000/month and 950 USD/month according to the current currency value.
|Category||Expensive City [in Euro]||Average [in Euro]||Small town [in Euro]||Comments|
|Rent||500||375||200||Depending on the location|
|Semester Fees||350||200||110||Per semester|
|Transportation||0||0||0||The cost of transportation is already included in the semester fees.|
|Public Insurance||110||110||110||Insurance does not depend on cities.|
|Private Insurance||35||35||35||you can choose either public or private insurance.|
|Radio Bill||18.36||18.36||18.36||Per month|
|Mobile||20||15||8||Mobile bill does not depend on cities. Usually it cost 8-20 euro per month|
|Groceries||220||200||160||Depending on your choice|
|Miscellaneous||200||150||100||Depending on your choice|
|Total [with Public Insurance]||1,418||1,068.36||706.36||Per month|
|Total [with Private Insurance]||1,343||993.63||631.36||Per month|
Places to visit near the University
Flensburg explores the art and cultural history from the Middle Ages onward. Places to Visit in Flensburg-
Popular Courses at the University for International Students
Bachelor of Arts Degree Programs:
- Educational Sciences
- International Management
Master of Arts Degree Programs:
- International Management Studies
Master of Engineering