Expenses and Scholarships

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  • Expenses for students on the home track

    The Leibniz Universität Hannover does currently not charge tuition fees, only a semester fee. The semester fee is currently around 430 to 440 Euros and includes a semester ticket for public transport. You can find out more about the semester fee here. More information on the semester fee is availble on here.

  • Expenses for students on the double degree track

    Please consult for information on enrollment fees the websites and the responsible departments of our partner universities.

  • Expenses for incomings from Rome and Stockholm

    You can find more information about the costs of studying (incl. semester fees) in Hannover here.

    Living costs: The prices of food, housing, clothing, culture and so on are roughly based on the EU-wide average for these goods. On average, approximately 850 to 900 euros are needed monthly for living expenses. In Hannover, about 300 to 500 EUR of this is for rent.

Funding and Scholarships

Funding in the framework of the Erasmus+ programme

The Institute for the Study of Religion maintains exchange cooperations with corresponding institutes at European universities within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. Our partners include institutes or departments at the following universities: University of Southern Denmark in Odense, Södertörns Högskola in Stockholm and Università Roma Tre. Our students can apply for a place in the Erasmus+ exchange cooperation with the above-mentioned universities every year until 15 January and receive a mobility grant if the applications are successful.

For general information on funding options, please visit the central overview page.
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