The HGB offers the possibility to get advice about your portfolio from members of the teaching staff and to get information about study opportunities.
Registration time: August 15th to October 15th
Please mail us your preferred degree course, personal address and telephone number to this address: email@example.com
Appointments will be arranged until the middle of November.
Another opportunity for portfolio counselling is the "Tag der offenen Tür", usually on the second Thursday in January.
First-time and Meister students are not charged any tuition fees. Those who already have a master’s degree, Magister, Diploma, Staatsexamen or equivalent degrees are charged tuition fees of EUR 400 per semester. Those with a bachelor’s degree embarking on their second degree course are not charged any tuition fees. Students taking longer than 14 semesters to complete their degree course are charged long-term study tuition fees (this only applies to students who matriculated after the winter semester 2012/13).
Every semester, students need to pay a fee to the student services Studentenwerk Leipzig (currently EUR 201.50 per semester) and to the students council (EUR 5.00 per semester).
A selection of services provided by the Studentenwerk Leipzig:
- MDV semester ticket for local and regional public transport
- Meals at refectories and cafeterias
- Student housing
- Educational grants in accordance with the BAföG (German Federal Law on Support in Education)
- Consultation and mediator services (advice on degree financing, social counselling, psychological consultation, legal advice)
- Student loan office
- Employment service
- Service package for international students
Tuition fees for the MA Cultures of the Curatorial
The HGB currently charges 550 euros tuition per semester for the program. Students should expect to have additional expenses for travel to and from Leipzig and for accommodations and board in Leipzig. They are also required to contribute to the costs of the excursions.
Studying and living in Leipzig
The fact that the city of Leipzig offers genuine (and affordable) quality of life for students is no longer a secret. In addition to the great infrastructure and lavish layout of the city, Leipzig has an internationally unparalleled range of cultural attractions.
Student halls and dorms
The Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig does not maintain its own halls of residence or flats. The student services Studentenwerk Leipzig maintain shared accommodation and flats in 42 student residences. For more information, please visit www.studentenwerk-leipzig.de/wohnen
Public administration customer service 115
Students with questions on how to
- Register a flat
- Re-register a car
- Get a residents’ parking permit
- Apply for housing benefit
- Get a grant (BAföG)
please call +49 (0)341 115.
Further information: www.115.de
Sports programs at the University Leipzig are open to students enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig.
Contact: Jean Drache, sports commissioner of the HGB
The Studentenwerk Leipzig offers special services and information to make it easier for foreign students to settle. Tutors plan numerous activities for foreign students to promote integration, such as the buddy program, welcome week, student hall running dinner, tableware exchange, international café and many more…