The furniture and facilities differ from dorm to dorm.
Citizens of Australia, Israel, Japan, USA, Canada, New Zeeland, Honduras, Monaco, San Marino, Andorra, South Korea and Switzerland may also enter without a visa.
If you are here to study for more than three months, you must apply for a residence permit at the .
Please find detailed information in the following link:
set_language=en For most of the Bachelor and Staatsexamen (state exam) programs you need to provide knowledge of German language in the advanced level C1.
The application must be submitted to the competent deaneries or audit committees.
Please contact the department (program coordinator) of your desired course of study for further details.
Due to an increasing number of students the rooms are fully booked quite quickly!
You can find detailed information about the equipment and the location of the dorms and the rental fee (between 184 and 492 Euro) on the website of the Studentenwerk Bonn.
Finding a payable room is one challenge for new students in Bonn, especially for international students without German language skills.
The Studentenwerk Bonn offers rooms in the student's dormitory for foreign students (students who are not older than 30 years and who did not study 14 semesters yet).
Due to the freedom of movement, citizens of EU/EEA States do not need a visa for entry into or for starting studies in Germany.