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Fees and funding

Tuition Fees

The master's course tuition fees have to be paid to the coordinating institution (HsKA) and are as follows:

  • EUR 8,000 per year for non-European students
  • EUR 4,000 per year for European students

Payment of tuition fees:

  • First year: 10 % to reserve placement, 40% in August, 50% in January
  • Second year: 50 % in August, 50% in February

The tuition fees are used to improve the quality of studies by providing high quality equipment in the laboratories, supporting special student projects and activities, supporting visits to companies and research centres, providing the opportunity to participate in conferences and fairs and holding the annual meeting of the entire EU4M Consortium.


Scolarships: Students can seek national or regional financial support (see scholarships )

Erasmus (up to 2.500€)

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Work in industry

  • one year study break and work 100%
  • during studies: 8-15 hous per week as a working student

Support by the EU4M Consortium:

  1. A reduction in tuition fees is granted for the second year as a result of the evaluation after the first year. The top student of the first year will receive up to 50% reduction in tuition fees in the second year. The students who reached places 2, 3, 4 and 5 will get UP to 25% reduction of tuition fees in the second year.
  2. Additional motivation will be given to new students starting the first year at one of our partner universities: Our top applicants will receive up to 50% reduction in tuition fees in their first year, and the next best three will receive up to 25% reduction in their first year.
  3. The master's thesis can be written at one of the partner universities or associated partners, or in research and development departments in the industry (during their projects, the companies normally pay the students or the EU4M Consortium / EU4M Club.)


You have to hold a bachelor's degree or an equivalent university degree in one of the following disciplines: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, Automotive/Aerospace, Sensor Technologies or a related scientific engineering subject.

High language skills in two of the following three languages: German, Spanish and French (and English!) at upper-intermediate level (B1) or better, based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

A good training profile, assessed on the basis of a complete grade list of the previous study programme, a professional background and evidence of above-average scores.

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Selection criteria

The grade and profile of your bachelor's degree, your language skills, your professional experience and your reference letters are taken into account during the selection process.

Admission period still open for self-financing students

The admission period has already been closed for students interested in receiving an EACEA scholarship. However, self-funded students may still apply for the JMD EU4M Programme until May 15th

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