Studienkollegs in the north of Germany
Studienkolleg at the TU Berlin
A university-based Studienkolleg in Berlin that offers M, T, TI, WW and W courses. You can also complete a Propädeutikum (pre-course) in order to improve your German skills. Specialized vocabulary is taught relating to math and physics. The entrance exam, course, and assessment test are all free of charge, you only need to pay the enrollment fee for each semester that you attend.
Studienkolleg at the University of Hamburg
The Studienkolleg at Hamburg University runs courses G, M, T, W, and a propaedeutic course to help international students prepare for their studies in Germany. There are introductory units for economics, engineering, humanities and cultural studies, and mathematics, informatics and natural sciences. The courses are free and only a semester fee is required for the use of the university facilities.
Niedersächsisches Studienkolleg at the University of Hannover
A Studienkolleg for international students applying to any university in Lower Saxony. All courses require a German language entrance exam, courses T, M and W require a math exam, and courses G and S require a humanities exam. Students must pay the Niedersächsisches Studienkolleg and Lower Saxony semester fees.
Sachsen Studienkolleg at the University of Leipzig
Students can study the T, M, W, G, and S courses free of charge. The DSH German language course costs €2,200 and the examination fee is €150. All courses require a German entrance exam, plus a math exam for courses T, W, and M.
Staatliches Studienkolleg at the University of Applied Sciences Nordhausen
This Studienkolleg requires students to pass a German exam to begin a course. An additional math exam is needed for certain courses. After the two-semester course, a written and oral final exam is taken to complete the assessment.