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General entry requirements

A primary university degree is the formal entry requirement to a Master's degree program. Generally you can prove your primary university degree with a Bachelor's degree certificate.

Formal entry requirements can be proven by the following certificates:

Undergraduate degree

All applicants are expected to have achieved a university undergraduate degree - usually a Bachelor’s degree.

The examination of your application will start not until you've submitted all required documents. Thus, generally an academic transcript showing subjects, grades and credits is necessary. 

International degrees and university documentation will be accredited according to the evaluation criteria of the Central Office for Foreign Education (ZAB). If you have submitted international degree certificates which do not contain an average grade, this will be calculated by uni-assist.  Uni-assist will also transfer your grade into the German system.

If you apply for master's program Computational Neuroscience, please regards the special regulation about the primary university degree on the the website of Computational Neuroscience.

ECTS-Certificate

Applicants from universities of EU member states who can not present abachelor's degree at the application period but will soon finish their undergraduate studies, have the possibility to submit a certificate from the examination board of their former university and a transcript of records.

This regulation is only valid for applications for the 1st semester as well as students from a university of an EU member states who will achieve a Bachelor's degree.

Read more about ECTS-Form and the respective regulations.

 

 

Information about university degrees from abroad

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