Arrival to Kiel

Frequently asked questionsOn this page we have summarized some of the questions we are frequently asked about the arrival to Kiel and provided answers. Please check first whether your request can be answered in this way. If this is not the case, please contact the responsible academic advisor, our Service Center or our Examination Office.

Please note that this is an international degree program with applicants from Germany, the EU and non-European countries. Prospective students from the different countries sometimes have different questions. Therefore, do not be surprised if individual FAQs are not relevant to you personally.

Do I need a visa to study in Kiel?

The International Center provides information on Visa on its website.

Where can I get information about getting to Kiel?

The International Center provides information on how to get to Kiel on its website.

What are the accommodation options?

The International Center provides information on accomodation in Kiel on its website.

What are the options for financial support?

The International Center provides information on financial assistance on its website.

What steps do I have to take upon arrival in Kiel?

Please refer to the information of the International Center on registration at the City Hall.

What do I have to consider regarding health and liability insurance?
Please refer to the information of the International Center on health and liability insurance.
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