Studying at Goethe University: an overview
Goethe University is a top international research university located in the heart of Europe offering undergraduate and advanced degrees in all the traditional faculties. With 48,000 students, it is the third largest university in Germany. Students at Goethe University can choose from over 200 degree programmes in 16 faculties at three main campus locations in the city Frankfurt am Main. You can get detailed information about Goethe University's academic spectrum and study programmes at the following links:
- General overview of study programmes (German)
- List of bachelor degree programmes (German)
- List of master degree programmes
- Overview of bilingual and English master programmes
- Current course catalog (German)
For information about applying and coming to GU see “prospective students".
Whether you want to come to Goethe University to earn a degree, as exchange student, for a summer school programme, or summer school intensive German course, your first point of contact is the International Office. The International Office has all the information you need regarding requirements and the application process for bachelor, master and doctoral degrees. They offer advisory services, as well as support with admissions, enrollment, visas, getting settled in Frankfurt, and student orientation.
- International Office
- Information for international applicants (undergraduate studies, master, doctoral)
- Exchange/Erasmus students
- Summer school programmes
- Refugee programme
If you are a scientist, scholar or researcher coming to GU, please visit the Goethe Welcome Center.
Once your application has been accepted and you are enrolled at Goethe University, you will find support and services tailored to your needs at the following links:
For information and support regarding the German language proficiency test (DSH) and the University Assessment Test, please visit the Internationales Studienzentrum ISZ.