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deutschland for a year [Jan. 16., 2005|10:27 am]
Hi, I'm going to be studying in Germany (Uni-Tübingen, to be exact) for a year. I was wondering.... what do you think a good amount of money to take with me would be? I know I'm most likely going to take out a loan since I've only saved $1,000 and I have seven months of saving left with a mediocre job. So, any ideas from people that are there now, or have visited for a long period of time would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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From: imperfectious
2005-01-18 07:09 am (UTC)
My university provides "exchange tuition". According to my school, my tuition exchanges (it's about three hundred more to go to Germany) and $4,451 goes towards tuition, $2,554 goes to Rooming, $2,189 goes to Board, $1,600 is personal expenses, $1,000 is personal traveil, $850 is airfair, and $322 is insurance.... with study abroad fees, and tuition fees, that comes up to $13,466 that I'm guaranteed..... I guess I should have made my post more clear.
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