Advice and Contact for International Students and Interested Parties

We are pleased that you are interested in studying philosophy at the Munich School of Philosophy. We will be happy to give you advise. You can always get in touch with us with any questions and problems concerning your preparation for studying here.

Once you have concrete plans, please get in contact with us as soon as possible.


For further information, please contact us:

International Office

We have compiled the most frequent questions from international students on our FAQs site.


During your studies, the tutors and course leaders will be available to help you with questions on the formal progression of study and the examination procedures, as well as personal difficulties and questions in the context of your philosophy course at the Munich School of Philosophy.

Student Advisory Service (information in German)


Additional advice centers in Germany and Munich

Links to advice centers in Germany and Munich where you can obtain information on studying and living in Germany are provided below. Some of these centers also provide comprehensive advice on diverse problems.

We recommend you to obtain further information in particular in the following cases:

  • You require assistance with your living expenses in Germany
  • You require assistance in searching for accommodation
  • You wish to study something else than philosophy
  • You wish to study at a different university or third-level institution in Germany



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Deutsche Studentenwerke

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