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Dear students from Ukraine,

We would like to support you in this difficult time and help you, whether "only" for a transitional period or for a longer period of time, to continue or complete your studies in Ukraine, provided that this is within our possibilities or corresponds to our study programme. In order to be able to help you specifically, we ask you to fill out this online form. We will then contact you immediately and advise you individually.

Please click here for an up-to-date overview up-to-date overview of the degree programmes we currently offer in English. More are in the planning stage. Of course, the other degree programmes (teaching language German, language level B2) are also available to you.

As a state university, we do not charge tuition fees - you only have to pay a student union fee of currently 72.00 euros per semester. Apart from that, you will have to pay an average of 600 - 800 euros for living expenses, including rent.



International Office

External support services and information for students from Ukraine

Are you affected by the war in Ukraine and would like to study in Germany? The Digital Campus supports you with numerous offers on your way to study in Germany.

Selection of free offers:

  • Participation in the onSET self-assessment test.
  • Booking of an online self-study course via the learning platform Deutsch-Uni Online
  • Participation in the TestDaF language test recognized at all German universities
  • Participation in the study aptitude test TestAS, which is recognized at many universities

The special scholarship program „EPOS: Master Scholarship Programme for Ukraine” is a component of the BMZ-funded scholarship program „Development-related Postgraduate Studies - EPOS”. It is specifically aimed at refugee students from Ukraine as a target group. Eligible to apply are Ukrainians in Germany as well as students from countries on the DAC list who studied in Ukraine and had to flee due to the current situation.
We would like to offer them the possibility to continue or start their Master studies in one of the program partner programs (see list).
The application deadline is between January 15 and March 30, 2023 (see call for applications – Ausschreibung).

Further Information: www.daad.de/epos-info

„Basic principles for peace and sustainable development in Ukraine and beyond”

April 3rd – April 6th 2023

The Justus-Liebig-University Gießen (JLU), the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (NaUKMA) and the CAPAZ Institute are staging a one-week spring school event on Peace and Conflict Studies. The Spring School focuses on Ukrainian students (BA/MA) of different disciplines. In addition, the program creates a stage for the Ukrainian students to have an informal exchange with students participating from JLU. This exchange is financially supported by the HMWK and students will get up to 6 ECTS for participation.

Further information

OTH Amberg-Weiden supports

The war in Ukraine continues. This situation is shocking, the news situation is staggering. However, the willingness of the population to help is impressive. Like many other universities, OTH Amberg-Weiden has also reacted quickly and created offers to support Ukrainian students and academics. The university continues to be involved at various levels.





  • February 2023: Awarding of eight scholarships in the UAre@OTHAW project (DAAD funding program "Zukunft Ukraine").
  • December 2022: Announcement of seven scholarships for Ukrainian students UAre@OTHAW (DAAD funding program "Zukunft Ukraine")
  • October 2022: presentation of OTH Amberg-Weiden at the online university fair "Study in Bavaria", which was aimed at young interested people from Ukraine who are considering studying in the Free State, together with 18 universities and colleges from all over Bavaria
  • October 2022: 41 Ukrainian students are enrolled at OTH Amberg-Weiden for the winter semester 2022/2023, 19 of them in regular full-time studies.
  • July 2022: There are currently around 60 Ukrainian refugees enrolled as guest students at OTH Amberg-Weiden.
  • July 2022: Meeting of Marian Mure (KOMO) with Serhij Lukanjuk, Head of the International Office of the University of Czernowitz, as well as with Galina Bogachenko, Project and Programme Manager of the International Office of the KROK University in Kiev.
  • June 2022: KOMO collection campaign (use for medical and hygienic items for Ukrainian university partners)
  • June 2022: Application in the DAAD funding programme „Future Ukraine - Scholarship Programme for Refugees from Ukraine at German Universities” by KOMO (commitment in December 2022, funding for 2023 and 2024)
  • May 2022: Application in the DAAD programme „Ukraine digital” for the project "DILLUGIS - Digital Labs & Lectures for Ukrainian, German & International Students" by Prof. Dr. Julia Heigl (approval, funding until the end of 2022)
  • May 2022: Ukraine Evening with typical Ukrainian specialties and music, organized by the International Students Club (ISC)
  • May 2022: Playing for Peace! Benefit concert by the Ukrainian musician and artist „Make like a Tree” at the Weiden campus
  • Subsequent enrolment of 15 Ukrainian refugees as guest students in the summer semester 2022
  • May 2022: Ice cream promotion of the Study and Career Services (Report – only in German)
  • May 2022: Admission of two Ukrainian guest researchers - Dr. Dmytro Antonuik and Dr. Kateryna Antoniuk from the National Technical University Zaporizhzhya
  • 17.03.22 - Press release: OTH Amberg-Weiden helps: Quick and unbureaucratic access to higher education for Ukrainian refugees (Report – only in German)
  • March 2022: Collection campaign for donations in kind at both university locations and participation in aid transports
  • 28.02.2022 - Press release: Solidarity with partners in Ukraine (Report – only in German)

Solidarity with the Ukraine

For #Europe For #Peace #StandWithUkraine

We are dismayed by the developments in #Ukraine and express our #Solidarity with Ukraine and at the same time with our Russian partners who speak out against the Russian attack on Ukraine!

We share Bayhost’s conviction that the Russian attack on Ukraine damages the successful and friendly cooperation with partner institutions in both Ukraine and Russia that has grown over many years. Our thoughts are with our Ukrainian academic partners, Ukrainian students and their families.

Since its foundation, OTH Amberg-Weiden has been a cosmopolitan university with close ties to international partners and currently has 24 percent international students (student statistics - Primuss, as of 09.06.2022). There are intensive cooperations with numerous partners worldwide - especially in Central and Eastern Europe and, due to various projects carried out since 2014, also intensive contacts with 13 universities in Ukraine. The university partnership has been contractually fixed with three of these universities for many years: National Yuri Fedkovich University (Chernivtsi), National Technical University of Ukraine (Kiev) and KROK University (Kiev). In the context of international projects (currently INTERADIS with eight Ukrainian university partners) and other German-Ukrainian projects, relations are also maintained with other universities in Ukraine. Despite and precisely because of the current situation, OTH Amberg-Weiden is pursuing the goal of maintaining and further expanding its cooperative relationships in Ukraine. This also includes supporting refugee students and academics from Ukraine.

The exchange and projects with Ukrainian partner universities of the OTH Amberg-Weiden are managed by KOMO (with the support of the International Office).

Voices of our Ukrainian partners

Impressions of projects with Ukrainian universities

Call for Application UAre@OTHAW-Scholarships


Application deadline (new applications / renewal applications Winter semester 2023/2024): August 1, 2023

Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule (OTH) Amberg-Weiden has successfully obtained funding within the framework of the DAAD funding program "Zukunft Ukraine" for refugees from Ukraine at German universities. For the financial year 2023, OTH Amberg-Weiden will award one-year scholarships to up to seven enrolled Ukrainian students (see also the FAQs of the DAAD funding program) as well as the attached documents (scholarship announcement and application form).

If you have any questions, please contact the KOMO team.


Ukrainian student registration

Dear students from Ukraine,

in order for us to be able to help you in a targeted manner, we would like to ask you to complete the following registration form and send it to us.
Please attach the following documents to this online application:

  • All official documents you have on hand regarding your school or university education, university matriculation certificates, grade certificates, etc.
  • Copy of your identity card
  • Photograph
  • Short curriculum vitae

We will then check whether you can be enrolled as an exchange student or regular student in one of our degree programmes.

Application form

Please enter the field of study you are interested in here.

If you have any questions, please contact the International Office.

Informing and helping




IKGS, the Institute for German Culture and History of Southeast Europe at LMU Munich is appealing for donations for the care of internally displaced persons in Bukovina to the following account:

DE23 7015 0000 0907 2714 07, SSKMDEMMXXX, Münchner Stadtsparkasse.
Our long-standing university partner, the Gedankendach Centre of our partner university, the Yuri Fedkovich University of Chernivtsi, will take care of the use of the donations with its team and network.

Libereco - Partnership for Human Rights and Восток SOS are currently collecting money to help Ukrainians evacuate.
Those willing to donate use the following bank details:
Recipient: Libereco
Intended purpose: Ukraine
Bank: Ethikbank
IBAN: DE96 8309 4495 0003 3203 32

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