STUDY AT PFH
Industry Oriented | State Recognized | University since 1995
About PFH Private University of Applied Science
Recognised by the Lower Saxony Ministry of Science and Culture in 1995, PFH University of Applied Sciences is Lower Saxony’s oldest private, state-recognised university. It was founded to align students to the real needs of the economy.
Reaccredited by the Science Council, the university focuses on entrepreneurial thinking.
PFH has launched a scholarship scheme in Master’s programme for Indian students.
Apply now for a limited scholarship covering a minimum 20% of your fees!
Collaborative partnerships with other universities enable joint research projects, support the permeability of available courses for students of the respective other university and pave the way for PFH graduates to undertake doctoral projects at the respective partner university.
Through international university partnerships, PFH creates the structures for student exchanges and academic qualifications in the respective countries.
PFH University Board of Trustees (13 world famous companies) and its more than 500 partner companies, the University has excellent links to business throughout Germany and, particularly in the regions of Göttingen and Stade, is embedded in a largely SME-oriented company environment.
You can transfer your fees through https://pfh.flywire.com
Yes, you will need proof of advanced English language skills, e.g. Bachelor’s taught in English, TOEFL, IELTS, ESOL CAE or BEC Higher.
If you are a citizen of a country in the EU, EEA or Switzerland, you do not require a visa or other documentation to enter Germany and study here. However, once you arrive and find accommodation, you must register with the local residents’ registration office.
If you are coming from a country other than the ones named above, you will require a visa. For more information specific to your home country, please visit the Federal Foreign Office website.
At PFH University, we offer international students three types of scholarships:
For more information on each of the scholarships, click here.
During your studies, you are generally allowed to do 120 full days or 240 half-days of paid work and take small student jobs. In exceptional circumstances, your local foreigners office may impose further restrictions.
International students coming to Germany have two options when it comes to accommodation: student halls of residence and private accommodation. For more information, you can visit the Accommodation Finder from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research or contact our international office.
When you compare Germany to other European countries, you’ll find that it’s not very expensive. The living costs are just slightly higher than the EU average, with rent being the largest expense. On average, students in Germany spend around 850 EUR per month (750 EUR in Göttingen for the management degree).
Do you still have questions about your studies? We are by your side! Our consulting team can be reached under the following contact options.