- Certificates and Credit Points
- Getting there and around
- Registration and Fees
- Freetime activities
Since finding accommodation in Stuttgart can prove quite difficult, we strongly advise to apply for student housing and to reserve accommodation as soon as possible. The Studierendenwerk Stuttgart owns and maintains several student dorms in Stuttgart, many of them situated on or near campus:
We have listed below a selection of hostels and low-priced hotels in Stuttgart:
- International Student Hotel
- Alex 30 Hostel
- A&O Stuttgart City
- Campus Guest Tagungshotel (Stuttgart-Vaihingen)
- Hotel Ibis
- Ibis Budget Hotel Stuttgart City Nord
- City Hotel
- Hotel Garni Drive in (Stuttgart-Vaihingen)
- Motel One Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof
- Pension 21 (Stuttgart-Vaihingen)
- Hotel Römerhof (Stuttgart-Vaihingen)
Alternatively, you may want to search web sites like
or you may have a look at the website of the Stuttgart youth hostels:
Certificates and Credit Points
All registered participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
If you wish to earn academic credit points (European Credit Transfer System - ECTS) for your seminar, it is mandatory that you participate in all examination requirements listed in the module information. We recommend that you check your home university's foreign credit transfer policies. Upon successful completion of all assignments, you will receive a Transcript of Records which states the seminar(s) attended, your grade(s) and credits earned.
The public transportation system (VVS) is a convenient and safe way of getting around in Stuttgart and the region.
• Link for Desktops: http://www2.vvs.de/vvs/XSLT_TRIP_REQUEST2?language=de
• Link for mobile devices: http://www.vvs.de/m/home-page/
Discounted 3-Day-Tickets are for sale in most hotels and guest houses, as well as at the Tourist Information Centre: https://int.stuttgart-tourist.de/en/service
All seminars of the Summer School will take place at
Stuttgart Media University (Hochschule der Medien),
Hochschule der Medien
Registration and Fees
You can register for the Summer School seminars through the web site form. There are no specific entry requirements for any of the seminars; registrations are accepted on a "first come, first served" basis. The booking status of the seminars will be updated on the registration page.
The following seminar fees apply:
- There is a tuition fee of 250 Euro per seminar.
- Students: 100 EUR per seminar.
Once your payment (bank transfer only) has been received in full, you will receive a confirmation of your registration and further organizational information. Thus: The sooner you register, the greater your chances of securing a place in your favorite seminar.
The Summer School not only offers you a fine selection of interesting seminars in the LIS discipline, but also the opportunity to visit a lively city and region.
With more than 600,000 inhabitants, Stuttgart is the sixth largest city in Germany. The city is home to renowned car manufacturers Mercedes-Benz and Porsche and also an important base for the media and publishing industry. 40,000 young people study at universities in the Swabian metropolis, making it a highly popular place to live, work and study.
Alongside the State Gallery, the State Theatre - with plays, ballet and opera - the Wuerttemberg Museum and the Art Museum, Stuttgart is renowned for its hip hop music scene, most notably represented by Massive Töne, Freundeskreis and Die Fantastischen Vier.
The city's main public attractions include the Wilhelma Zoo, the Old Castle, the Mercedes Benz Museum and the Weissenhof Architectural Quarter.
The city's location in the Neckar valley, surrounded by vineyards and close to the Swabian Alps and Lake Constance, offers picturesque views and a wealth of leisure activities. Nearby towns, including Esslingen, Tübingen or Ludwigsburg, are also well worth visiting.