Schiller international University – Heidelberg
Schiller International University
Since 1964, Schiller International University has educated more than 20,000 students from more than 100 countries across its campuses in the United States, France, Germany, and Spain. Students at Schiller International University are taught how to become citizens of the world. Our international programs are designed to immerse students in different cultures, societies, and ideas helping equip them in their future endeavours.
HISTORY OF SCHILLER INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
1964 – Founded by Dr. Walter Leibrecht and established the first campus in Kleiningersheim, Germany
1967 – Campuses in Paris and Madrid, opened
1969 – German Campus moved to Heidelberg
1983 – Received accreditation from ACICS as Independent College
1991 – Campus in Tampa Bay Area, Florida, opened
2010 – The Palmer Group, led by Mr. Russell Palmer former Dean of Wharton School of Business from the University of Pennsylvania, acquired Schiller International University
2014 – Double-degree program agreement with the University of Roehampton, London, to offer students an American and a European degree in one program
2016 – Schiller International University became the first American University to receive German Programmatic Accreditation
Schiller International University today, continues to propose education as a force to unite people, nations and cultures to encourage active development of international understanding. Students gain invaluable experience of studying and interacting with people from different national and cultural backgrounds and forming lifelong relationships. Understanding other economies, cultures and political systems are critical in today’s global economy.
Schiller International University transforms students while preparing them to develop into global citizens of the world who can meet the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. Here each student counts, each student is taken seriously, and faculty and staff members support our students. Close attention is paid to each individual student and, more importantly, there is a holistic approach where equal emphasis is placed on professionalism and on education as a whole for the individual. Students will develop the ability to think creatively and critically, and to develop their cross-cultural communication skills. Personal initiative is encouraged throughout their program of study.
Schiller International University
TUITION AND FEES: Heidelberg, Madrid, Paris
Tuition – per credit hour /per course € 459/€ 1,377
Tuition – per credit hour /per course € 574/€ 1,722
Application Fee € 50
Student Activity Fee per Month/ per Semester € 40 / Month or €160
Transcript Fees – Official Transcripts € 20
Credit by examination fee – UG as per field of study – per credit hour € 459 UG
Credit by examination fee – Graduate as per field of study – per credit hour € 574 G
Auditing Fee – UG as per field of study – per credit hour € 459 UG
Auditing Fee – Graduate as per field of study – per credit hour € 574 G
Withdrawal Fee – official and unofficial student withdrawals € 81
Courier Fee – International students (base cost) € 87
Diploma Reprint Fee € 130
Thesis /Thesis Fee € 650
Additional Germany Fees
Graduation Fee €81
Re-Examination Fee €100
Cancellation Fee (due to Visa Denial) €100
Tuition includes course materials both undergraduate and graduate. Effective July 1, 2016, the U.S. Department of
Education updated their regulations to include students may choose to opt out of this program and purchase their own
course materials. U.S. Department of Education regulation).
*All tuition and fees are due and payable before arrival in the country or on campus unless other arrangements have been made
and specifically approved in writing by the President or Financial Officer of Schiller International University.
*Note: Certain programs have additional fees.
1) Tuition includes course materials both undergraduate and graduate. Students may choose to opt out of this program and
purchase their own course materials. To opt out, email firstname.lastname@example.org for further instructions. (Effective July
1, 2016, as per U.S. Department of Education regulation).