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Financing

How to finance your studies

There are several ways to finance your studies at Bucerius Law School, including a number of full and partial scholarships. Most students use a mixture of different financing options, such as personal funds, loans, scholarships or funding from employers.

Fees and costs

The tuition fee for the entire program is €22,000. The fee includes all study materials.

In addition, you will have to consider the following cost and living expenses:

Approx. living expensesEUR per month
Accommodation450
Food200
Personal120
Insurance100
Public Transport and Semester Contribution

50

TOTAL920

Please take into account that the study program is very intensive and you most likely won't have time for a student job. If you wish to work part-time, make sure you can work flexibly.

Important note for taxpayers in Germany (applicable also to international MLB graduates working in Germany after graduation): The tuition fees for the MLB Program are tax deductible as anticipated professional expenses. 

Scholarships

Bucerius Law School offers various scholarships for the Bucerius Master of Law and Business program. There are also a couple of other third-party scholarships available.

Complete list of scholarships

Student loans

If you are not eligible for a scholarship or tuition fee waiver, there is the possibility to finance your studies through a student loan.

More about student loans

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Resources

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Any questions?

Maite Schewe

Please feel free to contact our Admissions Officer, Mrs. Maite Anna Schewe.

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E: maite.schewe@law-school.de
P: +49 40 30706 226
Skype: bucerius.mlb1

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