The Neuro-Cognitive Psychology Program is tuition fee free. Nevertheless, students have to pay 52 Euro per semester for administrative purposes and 59 Euro per semester for basic local transport. For validation during working time, the local transport ticket costs about Euro 200).
Living costs (including accommodation in a student dormitory and health insurance) in Munich
range from Euro 800 to 1000 per month for a single person.
Single rooms for students under 30 years of age are available in student dormitories administered by the Studentenwerk of Munich, with monthly rents starting at approximately Euro 140 and ranging up to Euro 300. Private housing is usually more expensive, but offers a wider range of options (e.g. flat-sharing). For detailed English-language information regarding both on- and off-campus housing possibilities in Munich, see the English Studentenwerk Website.
German health insurance is obligatory for all students who are not citizens of the European Union. Special public health insurance is available to all students under 30 years of age at low rates. This insurance covers the costs of normal medical treatment (including dental care) in Germany. The monthly payment is currently Euro 54.52. For more detailed information including a health insurance application form, see the English-language webpage of the Techniker Krankenkasse.
Students are advised to apply for financial support and/or scholarships through the appropriate grant-giving institutions, such as their home country governments, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), companies, etc.. Please note that the DAAD has a closing date for receipt of applications until October 15th of each year.
We are unable to provide you with program-funded scholarships. However, there are also opportunities to top up your income by working as a student laboratory or research assistant (Studentische Hilfskraft) on our research council-funded research projects. This opportunity is open to all students, though some restrictions apply to students from non EU-countries (who are limited to a total of 180 days of work per year).