Information for prospective students

Although students may attend Zeppelin University (ZU) in several capacities, international students generally enroll as either degree-seeking students or as guest students from a partner university.

Incomings | Guest students

In order to prepare your study time in Germany and at ZU, we have compiled the most important information on study opportunities and university life of Incomings.

Orientation Week 2018 | Picture: ZU/Richard Behr
Orientation Week 2018 | Picture: ZU/Richard Behr

International Office

Phone: +49 7541 6009-2000
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Students who intend to spend an exchange semester at ZU will apply as non-degree-seeking guest students directly to the ZU International Office.

International degree-seeking students

Prospective students can let their irrepressible curiosity guide them at Zeppelin University (ZU) – regardless of their chosen study program – and engage in an interdisciplinary search for solutions to socially relevant challenges of our time.

PioneerPort of Zeppelin University
PioneerPort of Zeppelin University

The study programs at ZU straddle the interfaces between the fields of business, culture, and politics.


Here you can find information about various ways to get to know our university, our undergraduate bachelor’s and master’s programs, or how to continue your academic path with a doctorate.

Admissions Office & Selection Procedure

Phone: +49 7541 6009-2000
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Students whose aim it is to enrol in a course of study at ZU leading to the completion of an undergraduate or graduate degree can contact our Admission Office service with every question you may have.


Student Financing & Scholarships

We believe that nothing should stand in the way of education – and that studying is an investment in your future. Which is why ZU offers a variety of proven and personalized funding options and scholarships to facilitate your studies.


In addition, we have compiled relevant information about fee reductions and government grants for your convenience.

Campusleben | Foto: ZU/Maximilian Klein
Campusleben | Foto: ZU/Maximilian Klein

Global Network Study & Career

Many ZU students use a semester abroad at a partner university or an internship abroad within the standard period of study to gain international experience and broaden their cultural horizons. ZU’s network of companies both in and outside Germany is extensive and creates fertile ground for practical experience and connections, both during and after graduation.

At our PioneerPort, students can find support for their startup ideas and the ideal space in which to develop their entrepreneurial ideas.

Orientation Week 2018 | Picture: ZU/Richard Behr
Orientation Week 2018 | Picture: ZU/Richard Behr

TalentCenter

The TalentCenter advises ZU students on career orientation, offers lectures, workshops and the student-organized career days "ZUtaten".

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Time to decide

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