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  • Heidelberg University
    Baden-Württembergische Bank
    Bank code 600 501 01
    Bank account 7421 5004 36
    Address of Baden-Württembergische Bank:
    Kleiner Schlossplatz 11 D-70173 Stuttgart
    Specifications for cross-border payments to the University
    SWIFT/BIC: SOLADEST
    IBAN: DE69600501017421500436
  • Heidelberg University
    Sparkasse Heidelberg
    Bank code 672 500 20
    Bank account 21 911
  • Heidelberg University
    Postbank Karlsruhe
    (for students - semester fee) Bank code 660 100 75
    Bank account 1362 4751
    Reason for payment: matriculation number
    Specifications for cross-border payments to the University
    SWIFT/BIC: PBNKDEFF
    IBAN: DE20660100750013624751

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