Getting a degree at ZU is an investment in your future. The tuition you pay covers approximately one-third of the expense that your studies at ZU actually cost. The remaining two-thirds is financed by the university’s friends and supporters.
1st through 5th specialist semester: 675 € per month or 3,950 € per semester
6th through 8th specialist semester: 504 € per month or 2,950 € per semester
Closing fee: 1,000 €
Total fees for payment by semester: 29,600 €
The following services are included:
| the use of athletic facilities
| membership in the student association StudentLounge e.V.
StudentLoan from Sparkasse Bodensee
Sparkasse Bodensee will finance study fees for students at a significantly reduced interest rate - currently 3.5 percent. They rely on the comprehensive selection process of Zeppelin University and forgo the usual credit rating assessment and security deposits. They arrange a customized repayment plan that starts one year after entering into professional life. Further degrees or doctoral programs are included in the model. In this way, after going through the ZU selection process, any student that is accepted to study can begin studying, even without the financial involvement of their parents. Approximately 65 percent of the students take advantage of this model.
“I arranged to have my study fees financed in advance using the Sparkasse Student Loan. I began monthly repayments when I started my professional career with Saatchi & Saatchi and have completely finished paying back interest and principal after only three years.”
Inken Dachsel, Account Director at Saatchi & Saatchi, Berlin, & Bachelor in CCM graduate
Scholarships for Bachelor programs
Zeppelin University grants full and partial scholarships each year. The scholarships are donated by partners and supporters of the university, such as the Vodafone Chance Scholarship, the State of Baden-Württemberg Scholarship and the Germany Scholarship. We also help any interested students to apply for scholarships offered by the Foundation for Gifted Students.
For more information about the individual scholarships and applications, see our financing guide (german).