Increasing Number of German Universities Are Asking Students to Get Vaccinated in Order to Attend Classes

Nearly two years after it was first discovered that there had been an outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic as more and more nations are pushing vaccination for their population in an effort to stop the spread of the virus.

The universities in Germany and are also famous for their high percentage foreign students are included in the list of world-class universities which require their students to be vaccinated before they can be able to attend lectures in person and take exams.



Read More: Study in Germany for Pakistani Students

A new tool that was recently released by the AI-powered education research site,, called the University Vaccine Requirement checker it shows that the majority of universities in Germany have already required their staff and students to have a vaccination against Coronavirus to be allowed to be on campus.

The universities in Germany that require students and faculty members to be vaccinated are also some that are located in the largest German cities such as Berlin, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, and Frankfurt in the following order:

  • Technical University of Berlin
  • Humboldt University of Berlin
  • Free University of Berlin
  • Berlin School of Economics and Law
  • European School of Management and Technology
  • Hamburg University of Technology
  • University of Stuttgart
  • European University Viadrina
  • University of Dusseldorf
  • Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
  • Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

In accordance with Erudera’s University Vaccine Requirement Checker, there are other German universities, particularly public ones, also require students to have a vaccination in order to be able to take classes, such as here is Leipzig, Bremen, Konstanz, Freiburg, Wurzburg, Wuppertal, Paderborn, Hohenheim Saarland-based University Trier Erlangen-Nuremberg, as well as many more.

Find here the complete List of German universities that require COVID-19 shots!

In a recent announcement issued in the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) which is the most important German support agency in international academic collaboration, students who aren’t vaccination-free and would like to attend classes that require COVID-19 tests they will be required to pay a fee starting the middle of October.

” However, there is an exception for international students who have been vaccinated with a vaccine that is not yet recognised in the EU: for them, the Corona tests are still free of charge until the end of 2021,” the DAAD says.

The amount of German universities requiring students to have their students vaccinations, prove COVID-19’s recovery, or take a the COVID-19 test is likely to rise in the wake of another round that is part of this Coronavirus pandemic.

The data from The World Health Organization (WHO) indicates that Germany is among the European countries with the largest number of people infected over the last few weeks with 50,196 new cases being reported in one hour on the 12th of November.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *