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The childcare fee in our facilities depends on
- the location of the childcare centre and where your child lives
- how long you want your child to be in the childcare centre each day
- whether your child goes to a crèche or to a kindergarten
- whether you are a student or an employee at a university
Zu den entsprechenden Gebühren erheben wir zusätzlich ein Verpflegungsgeld. Da unsere Einrichtungen von unterschiedlichen Caterern beliefert werden, können Sie anhand dieser Tabelle die jeweiligen Verpflegungskosten unserer Einrichtungen ersehen.
The "Freitischchen" is a special offer for studying parents and their children. The Freitischchen project pays for the meals for children who are in one of the Student Unions’s childcare centres. If the “Jugendamt” already pays part of the costs, the organisation pays the leftover share of the parents. The application is always approved for an entire year in the childcare centre.
Application forms for a Freitischchen are handed out to the parents by the childcare centre’s management. The application form must be filled in completely and sent to the organisation in a sealed envelope, including a valid certificate of matriculation as well as proof regarding the financial situation of the applicants (i.e. salary statements, acceptance letters from the Jugendamt, bank statements, etc.):
Studentenhilfe München e.V.
Please note that it is important you use the latest application form. All students can apply who are studying at a university that the Munich Student Union is in charge of.
Parents can apply for a “Freitischchen” more than once. The application can only be considered if all the required documents were handed in. After you have applied, your application will be approved or rejected and you will be notified by mail.
On 5th December 2019, the Bavarian Landtag decided to introduce the Bavarian Childcare Allowance (“Bayerisches Krippengeld”) The new law will come into force on the 1st of January 2020.
More information as well as the application form including explanations can be found here (in German).