Students are provided with a list of tutors. Pick-up at the station and assistance in getting to accommodation is arranged. At the welcome meeting, information for 'First Steps' is offered, and day-to-day problems are addressed.
Services and Support for International Students
The International Office at the University of Würzburg will arrange all aspects of enrolment. The local co-ordinator will assist the students with whatever questions and problems may arise.
Between second and third semester internships may be arranged at partners and in the European space industry.
SpaceMaster students are accommodated in residences run by the Studentenwerk. A link to their website is provided below under external links.
The semester ticket and student service contribution is approximately 100 € (it may vary from year to year) and allows for:
Please ask for detailed information upon enrolment.
Approx. EUR 700.- based on the following calculation:
Food: EUR 200.-
Rent and utility charges: EUR 330.-
Health insurance: EUR 70.-
Miscellaneous: EUR 110.-
SpaceMaster is a very challenging programme. There will be not time for an extra job.