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Admissions without a German "Abitur" or subject-relevant university entrance qualification

(applies only for selected degree programmes/courses with open admission)

Prospective students without a German “Abitur” or subject-relevant university entrance qualification may qualify for admission to a selected open-admission degree programme/course by successfully sitting the appropriate tests to prove their subject-relevant aptitude and that they have the requisite general aptitude required by the university.

Confirmation of advanced technical college entrance qualification as a prerequisite for admission to aptitude tests

The prerequisite for admission to the tests for proving subject-relevant and general aptitude is an advanced technical college entrance qualification.

Applicants must request a document confirming that they hold an advanced technical college entrance qualification by submitting their advanced technical college entrance qualification certificate before their first aptitude test. The relevant form must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office.

The Registrar’s Office will review the documents submitted and issue the corresponding confirmation document:

•    For submission to the Centre for Language Studies, for the general aptitude test
•    For submission to the relevant examination board, for the subject-relevant aptitude test

Important information:                                             
The respective document must be submitted to the Centre for Language Studies and relevant examination board before the first general or subject-relevant aptitude test.
Because it can take the Registrar’s Office up to two weeks to verify your qualification, we strongly recommend that you submit your request for this as early as possible. Where requests are submitted last minute, it cannot be guaranteed that the necessary document will be issued in time before the first aptitude test.

General aptitude
The Centre for Language Studies is responsible for assessing applicants’ general aptitude. Detailed information on aptitude tests can be found here.

Subject-relevant aptitude

The respective faculties are responsible for assessing applicants’ subject-relevant aptitude. The relevant contact persons for each degree programme are listed below:

•    Faculty of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Mathematics
-> Computer Engineering: Professor Marco Platzner
-> Electrical Engineering: Professor Reinhold Noé
-> Computer Science: Dr Harald Selke
-> Mathematics: Professor Fleischhack
-> Engineering Mathematics: Professor Winkler
You can find further information here
 
•    Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
-> Chemical Engineering: Dr Sascha Schiller
-> Mechanical Engineering: Dr Sascha Schiller
-> Industrial Engineering - Mechanical Engineering: Dr Sascha Schiller
-> Industrial Engineering - Electrical Engineering: Dr Sascha Schiller
 
•    Faculty of Science
-> Physics: Professor Cedrik Meier
-> Chemistry: Professor Michael Tiemann
You can find further information here
 
•    Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
-> Business Informatics: Office for student affairs

Bachelor degree programmes

Chemistry (WS/SS)
Chemical Engineering (WS)
Computer Engineering (WS)
Electrical Engineering (WS)
Computer Science (WS)
Physics (WS/SS)
Mechanical Engineering (WS)
Mathematics (WS/SS)
Engineering Mathematics (WS/SS)
Business Informatics (WS)
Industrial Engineering - Mechanical Engineering (WS)
Industrial Engineering - Electrical Engineering (WS)

 

 

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