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Allocations Process: Master Course of Study with Admissions Restrictions

Allocations Process

If you have your application submitted in full and on time, it is first checked whether you meet all the formal and technical entry requirements of your choosen master course of study. Then the admissions allocation process starts.

Details about rankings and allocation >>

Selection Process: more Applications than Study Places

All master courses of study with restrictions on admission have to execute a selection process, if there are more complete and qualified applications than vacant university places. Then your average grade and at least one additional criterion will be assessed.

More about selection process >>

Lottery System

Places for courses of study with restricted admission still open after the main and clearing procedures will be allocated using a lottery system. 

More information and the lottery system form >>

Claering Process

You will then get the opportunity to enroll afterwards. In case you have already been enrolled in a different course of study you can change your major. Even if you have initially received a rejection, there is still a chance that you will be offered a place in your course of study pending the decision of other students who have been offered spots.


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