BACHELOR’S DEGREE PROGRAMMES INTERNAL UNIVERSITY SELECTION PROCEDURE
The University conducts an internal selection procedure for subjects with a limited number of university places.
Initially, places are allocated according to quotas which consider cases of particular hardship, international applicants from non-EU/EEA countries and without German university entrance qualifications, students applying for a second degree programme, and individuals looking to study in the public interest. 90% of the remaining places are allocated on the basis of a selection procedure, and 10% are allocated after the waiting period.
General information on entrance examination procedures can be found on this page. The information has been compiled according to its applicability to specific applicant groups. Which information and provisions are relevant to you will depend on which applicant group you belong to. Before reading this information, please consult our Online Course Finder to find out whether this application and admission procedure applies to your chosen subject. The Online Course Finder also provides information tailored to your application profile and desired degree programme.
Formal applications must be made for subjects with a university-internal selection procedure.
EU/EEA citizens and international applicants with a German university entrance qualification
International applicants from EU/EEA countries, or those holding a German university entrance qualification must submit a formal application for any subject with an entrance examination procedure.