German citizensMaster’s degree programmes with access restrictions
Note on the application for the summer semester 2023 and winter semester 2023/24
The restrictions for consecutive Master’s degree programmes are stipulated in the admission regulations for the relevant subject. Restrictions might require for example, that students have successfully completed an undergraduate degree programme and achieved an above-average grade.
To enrol for the first semester in these types of Master’s degree programmes, students must submit a certificate indicating that the undergraduate degree earned meets with the requirements stipulated in the admission regulations for admission to the specific Master’s degree programme in question. This admission certificate will be issued by designated departmental representatives in the chosen Master’s degree programme. Students are requested to contact these representatives directly.
Information on the Procedure
For Master’s degree programmes that only have access restrictions, students may enrol up until shortly before the course begins without prior application to the university administration.
Please read the admission regulations or study and examination regulations of your desired degree programme carefully before applying! The regulations contain all of the necessary information regarding required documents, application deadlines, etc.
Features specific to certain degree programmes
Some degree programmes have special features that students must be aware of. Please select these subjects in our Online Course Finder and access the special information there.