Tuition and examination fees for 2021/22¹
|Bachelor’s in International Communication and Business||monthly||€490.00|
|Bachelor’s in Modern Chinese Studies||monthly||€490.00|
|Bachelor’s in Translation Chinese||monthly||€490.00|
|Bachelor’s in Translation (external examination)2||Overview of fees (PDF)|
|Master’s in Intercultural Communication||monthly||€540.00|
|Master’s in Intercultural Communication|
depending on the chosen module
|Master’s as Digital Media Manager||monthly||€540.00|
|Master’s in Interpreting||monthly||€690.00|
|Master’s in Translation||monthly||€540.00|
|Master’s in Post-Editing & Quality Management3||monthly||€440.00|
|Máster Internacional para Profesores de Español como Lengua Extranjera (ELE)3||monthly||€300.00|
|Master’s in Translation Management – dual studies3 (with professional partner)||monthly||€830.00|
|Master’s in Translation Management – dual studies3 (without professional partner)||monthly||€540.00|
|Master’s in International Sales Management||monthly|
|Admission fee5 (for EU applicants4 as well as online programmes)||once||€475.00|
|Admission fee5 (for non-EU applicants4)||once||€950.00|
|Student Union fee||per semester||€75.00|
|Solidarity fee for the MVV semester ticket||per semester||€72.00|
|Examination fee for Bachelor’s degree programmes||once||€200.00|
|Examination fee for Master’s degree programmes||once||€250.00|
1 Subject to changes
2 Does not include the tuition fees of the Professional College for Translation & Interpreting
3 No semester ticket and solidarity fee
4 According to the place of the last educational qualification
5 Other regulations may apply for students from cooperation programmes with our international partner universities.
Discount on tuition fees
If tuition fees are not paid monthly, but in advance in larger instalments or in full, there is a financial benefit:
- 5% discount if tuition fees are paid in full before the degree programme starts
- 3% discount if tuition fees are paid in annual instalments before the 1st, 3rd and 5th semester starts
Discounts only apply to the tuition fees for a degree programme’s standard period of study.
In general, it is possible to enrol as a visiting student in individual courses of the degree programmes.
For more information on requirements and fees, please contact the University's Student Affairs Office at email@example.com.
Methods of payment
Information on the methods of payment
Enrolment is binding for the entire degree programme, which is legally based on the enrolment contract (“Application for Matriculation”) between the student and the International University SDI München (see section 5 the Application for Matriculation). This entails the obligation to regularly pay the tuition fees of the entire degree programme. Tuition fees are monthly fees which students can pay either monthly (from October to September of the academic year), biannually at the beginning of each semester (winter semester: 1 October; summer semester: 1 April), annually, or as a one-time payment at the beginning of the winter semester (1 October). The desired method of payment (monthly , biannually, annually, or one-time payment) is to be indicated on the Application for Matriculation. In the case of biannual or annual payment, the fees are to be paid on time without special request. Monthly payment is only possible by SEPA Direct Debit mandate. Payments are debited on the 10th of each month.
By 10 October and 10 April, the Student Union fee and the solidarity fee for the semester ticket (€75.00 + €72.00 = €147.00) will be debited from all enrolled students. It is debited with the monthly fee for the current semester.
Students who prefer a bank transfer of the tuition fees over Direct Debit mandate must transfer €147.00 to the International University by 1 October and 1 April.
Please note that new students must pay the one-time admission fee upon enrolment, but no later than 15 September. The Student Union fee and the solidarity fee for the semester ticket are due with the first payment of the tuition fees.