About the university
SRH University Heidelberg is one of the largest and oldest private universities in Germany. About 3,400 students are currently enrolled in six faculties. Being a private university, our first priority is to promote the personal success of our students. The effective combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience and the benefits of close cooperation between professors and students motivate our students to excellence. The safe environment within our campus and the city of Heidelberg is essential for peaceful and productive studies. Germany is politically stable and places great value on peace, order, and a fair rule of law. The rights of all citizens are respected, regardless of their cultural, ethnic or religious background.
International students friendly
The International Office will organise a Mandatory Orientation Session during your first week, providing you with some social and cultural advice and connecting you with other SRH students. And we will be there to assist you with formalities or any problems you may encounter: +49 6221 6799 799 I firstname.lastname@example.org
Obtaining a visa is one of the most important first steps for prospective students from abroad. Whether you need a visa or not depends on which country you come from. Please contact the German Embassy in your home country to find out whether you need a visa to enter Germany. Be sure to apply for a student visa, and under no circumstances come to Germany on a tourist visa. You cannot study in Germany on a tourist visa, and a tourist visa cannot be converted into a student visa.
There are several dorms on SRH campus, furnished with a bed, mattress, desk, chair, bookshelf, and wardrobe. Some have private bathrooms and some have shared kitchens. The apartments are centrally located in a quiet neighbourhood. There is a wide range of sports activities and health services as well as shops and bus/tram stops within walking distance. The river Neckar is only a few minutes walk away, and the romantic city centre of historic Heidelberg is a mere ten minutes bike-ride.
We have a wide range of scholarship programmes open to all our students that provide numerous forms of assistance. Moreover, you always have the option of applying for external scholarships. Find all scholarships that are relevant to your application on our website: https://www.hochschule-heidelberg.de/en/study-at-srh/financing-your-studies/
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Required documents for admission
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- Language Test (IELTS, TOEFL or Duolingo)
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- Motivation Letter
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