Costs, Payment and Scholarships
Programme fee: 800,00 €
The fee includes the standard programme
- 1 2-Week Seminar
- 1 Language Course
- Intercultural Training
- Extracurricular Activities
In order to reserve a place for you in the ISU, you need to pay a registration deposit of 250 € in addition to completing the registration form. Note: the registration deposit is part of the course fee.
The deposit should be paid right after you register. Should there be no receipt of your deposit within 14 days of your registration, your registration will be forfeited.
The complete course fee should be paid by May 1, 2021.
You can pay the registration deposit as well as the rest of the course fee:
- per cheque to our address
- per bank transfer to our bank account
Please find the payment information soon here for download.
A limited number of scholarships are available!
You can apply for a scholarship at the ISU Fulda. If you wish to apply, please send
- your résumé,
- two letters of reference,
- and a letter stating your motivation to attend the International Summer University (ISU) in Fulda to the Director .
If you're applying for a scholarship, please do not pay the registration fee yet!
You can send the application by post or email. In the latter case, pdf files are preferred.
Unfortunately, scholarships are not available for participants coming through the Hessen State-to-State Programmes
Please apply until January 31, 2021.
We will inform you about the decision until March 31, 2021.
“While I certainly learned much about Germany and my classmates, professors, tutors, and sponsors during my stay, I must say I learned more about myself than I thought I would. This month was a crash course me figuring out the sorts of activities I liked, the sorts of people and personalities I liked being around, and the sort of community I wanted to be a part of. It was uplifting being around so many sweet people of different cultures and experiences."
(Kyle Stevens, USA, ISU 2019)
“It is not only beautiful to walk around German cities and see the mixture of old architecture with modern, but it is a reminder of how much history has served to develop these traditions and values. It is incredible visiting cities and monuments I have only learned of in class (…) and it is a reminder of why German is worth learning and exploring further.”
(Halina Maas, USA, ISU 2019)