You want to apply for admission to undergraduate studies (Bachelor or Staatsexamen) or/and want to learn German at the University of Bremen?
Then these pages may help you with the application.
If you are a citizen of a member state of the European Union and your German level is already high enough to study at the University of Bremen, please visit www.uni-bremen.de/studienplatz. Please note that this website is only available in German.
If you are interested in a master's program, please visit our Master-Portal.
To find out what you can study at the University of Bremen, please use the Datenbank-Studium.
Winter semester: July 15
Summer semester: January 15 (only for entering a course at a higher level)
Please apply via Uni Assist, if:
It is necessary to apply online. You will find the online application by using the link.
There is a charge to have your application documents processed by Uni Assist. Please click on the corresponding link for more information.
Please apply at the University of Bremen directly, if:
Please send your completed application documents to the following address:
Universität Bremen, Postfach 330440, 28334 Bremen, Germany
There is no charge for applications processed by the University of Bremen.
In order to be complete your application must include the following documents:
English-language documents need not be translated.
You will find details of forms of official certification and certified translations accepted by the University of Bremen by clicking on the corresponding link [PDF] (19 KB).
Submitted documents can on no account be returned or even lent out. We therefore ask you not to submit original certificates or translations (except the APS certificate where applicable).
You will find details of proposal for how the University of Bremen rates and ranks school and university certificates obtained in other countries at http://anabin.kmk.org/.This site is only available in German language.
Applicants must have a sufficient command of the German language before entering undergraduate studies at the University of Bremen. Proof of sufficient competence in the German language can be obtained through the TestDaF or other German language tests recognized by the University of Bremen. Information on accepted German language examinations can be found by clicking the corresponding link.
Applicants for admission to undergraduate studies in Betriebswirtschaftslehre/Business Administration (Bachelor) or Wirtschaftswissenschaft/Economic Sciences (Bachelor) must include proof of successful participation in TestAS. It is not possible to be admitted to the aforementioned degree programs without such proof.
Some of the undergraduate programs offered at the University of Bremen may prescribe additional, program-specific admission requirements, so-called studienspezifische Voraussetzungen (SSV). Among other things, these may include internships or specific foreign language requirements. Please visit the link for more information on programs offered and their specific requirements.
The Semesterbeitrag (semester "contribution") currently amounts to approx. € 321,42. The Semesterbeitrag must be paid every semester. It covers the costs of student documents such as the Semesterticket (for use on local public transport), the student identity card, and matriculation certificates.
From the 15th semester of university studies within the European Union (EU) students will be charged a tuition fee of € 500 per semester. Please visit the link (only available in German) for more information on tuition fees and possible exemptions.
Please note that in addition to the costs of studies, you will also need sufficient funds to cover your living costs in Bremen. You will find more information on this here.
Sekretariat für Studierende International (SfS-I)
SfS - International