A well-ordered life is like climbing a tower; the view halfway up is
better than the view from the base, and it steadily becomes
finer as the horizon expands William Lyon Phelps

Finances

Scholarships

The DAAD (German Academic  Exchange Service) gives an overview of  various funding opportunities for students, graduate students and researchers.  Please note that some of those scholarships have to be applied for from your home countries. In the DAAD database you can search for subject field and status and find out about possible funding programs or scholarships.

Europa-Universität Flensburg cannot offer any scholarships for study.

Jobs

A part-time job may be helpful towards financing studies in Flensburg. However, you will not be able to finance yourself entirely by working part-time while studying and it is not easy finding a part-time job in Flensburg as the job market for students is very competitive. Most importantly, experience shows that employers require you to have good German language skills before considering your job application.

Here you can find an overview of the legal regulations when looking for a part-time job in Germany.

To find job offers there are the following possibilities:

  • The career service of the Campus Flensburg, CampusCareer, has a list of job offers and internships for students in Germany and Denmark: campuscareer.de.
  • The homepage of the Asta (general students committee) provides you with links to various job offers. It also has a notice board in the university main building (HG, ground floor) where current student jobs are posted.  
  • Many students work part-time in cafés and restaurants, as hosts at trade fairs, as bicycle couriers, office assistants, cleaners or babysitters. Offers for this kind of job can be found in the small ads of regional or local newspapers (e.g. Flensburger Tageblatt, Moin Moin), they may also be advertised on the premises of the various employees.
  • Some jobs are advertised online with the Agentur für Arbeit.