Welcome to the International Students Office of KIT!
Are you an international applicant interested in degree-seeking studies, PhD, internship, Erasmus or overseas exchange at KIT?
Here you will find information and services regarding study and funding opportunities, preparation, application and realization of a stay at KIT, and about student life in Germany and Karlsruhe.
Qualifizierungsworkshop „Globales Lernen“ für studentische Multiplikator*innen an Schulen und in Gemeinden 23. – 25. Oktober 2020 | Weil der Stadt
Reintegration und Berufsvorbereitende Praktikums- und Studienaufenthalte im Heimatland (BPSA) Reflexion - Planung – Organisation 31. Oktober 2020 | ONLINE
Seminar participation costs 15 € (weekend seminars), 8 € (day seminars) and online seminars are for free.
Please register online four weeks before the respective seminar on our website www.stubebw.de
Due to a recent incident, the International Students Office wants to warn all international students of frauds targeting especially foreigners by fraudulent calls or criminal visits in the dormitories.
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019 – KIT Is Strong in “Natural Sciences” and “Engineering & Technology”. In ten subjects, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) ranks in the top 100 of the universities worldwide, in mechanical engineering, materials sciences, and physics it has even reached the international top 50.
From the winter semester 2017/2018 onwards, tuition fees of 1,500 euros per semester for international students are to be introduced at the universities in Baden-Württemberg.
International students with EU citizenship are able to study without paying fees.More
Education at KIT is aiming at scientifically training young people in research oriented fields and acquiring interdisciplinary competences. A special program is addressing refugee students.
On Youtube you can find videos in Arabic introducing the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and its auditing program and giving other useful information about studying at KIT and its offered study programs.
KIT offers a German-Chilean Masters program in the field of regional sciences with a focus on natural risks and catastrophy prevention in cooperation with Universidad de Concepción (UdeC) in Concepción, Chile.
Application deadline is September 30 every year.
The IfR is looking for highly motivated applicants who have obtained their B.Sc. or B.A.
Applicants should speak German and Spanish because you will be studying two semesters in Karlsruhe and Concepción each.