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Information for Prospective Students

Detailed information on the degree programs offered in Faculty 11 can be found under Study Programs and in our Data base Studies (DBS) → see links in the right-hand menu bar. All program offerings in Faculty 11 belong to the study and career field Human & Health Sciences.

The DBS contains all the study programs offered at the University of Bremen. The academic advisory office of Faculty 11 can only provide information and advice on the study programs offered in Faculty 11. If you are torn between a program offered in Faculty 11 and another in a different Faculty, our colleagues in the Central Student Advisory Service are the right people to talk to. They have an overview of all the different study programs offered at the University of Bremen and can give you informed orientation. Moreover, all the University’s twelve Faculties have Study Centers and provide individual support and advise you on choice of program. 

The project called Studienlots*innen (study pilots)brings prospective students together with people already studying on the program they might be interested in. You can go with them to visit seminars and lectures, be shown around interesting places on the campus, and get a taste of what it is like to be student.

Field-related Admission Requirements

Besides the German general and subject-linked higher education entrance qualification (i.e. Abitur, Einstufungsprüfung) and German language skills at the level of C1, some bachelor’s programs have additional field-related admission requirements applicants must fulfill. You will find details of such requirements on the program pages and in Data Base Studies.

B.Sc. Psychology: No supplementary field-related requirements

B.A. Public Health/Health Sciences: Competence in English at level B1as well as a six-week pre-studies work experience in a health-care establishment → information links on the right.

B.A. Nursing Science (cooperative training program): A trainee position at a cooperation school in the Federal State of Bremen with completed probationary period. A Recognition of Qualification Test for persons who have completed nursing training → details on program page.

Applications

First-semester students can only apply in the winter semester. Deadline for submission of applications for all bachelors’ study programs is July 15. An exception is the B.A. Nursing Science (cooperative training program), which admits incoming students in the summer semester: Deadline for applications January 15.

The award of study places at the University of Bremen takes place in the frame of the University Admissions Foundation ‘Dialogorientierten Serviceverfahrens (DoSV)’. This means that applicants in a first step register online at Hochschulstart before, in a second step registering at the University of Bremen with the allocated log-in data.

 

For more information go to:

Studying without highschool diploma

B1-English language skills

C1-German language skills

Guideline for pre-university internship for B.A. Public Health

Explanations concering DoSV

Applications & Deadline Basics

Field-related Admission Requirements

Information about the admission requirements for the master’s program you wish to enroll on can be found on the homepages of the respective Admission Regulations. You can find these, sorted according to degree category (Master of Arts/Master of Science), in the Master’s Portal. Here you will also find a useful list of FAQs with answers to many of the questions you may have.

Most of the masters’ study programs in Faculty 11 also provide their own lists of FAQs or information on M.A. programs in which the Admission Regulations are explained. You can find these ← under Study Programs.

Certificates evidencing competence in English at B1 or B2 level can be English) can be submitted to the University of Bremen up to two weeks before your courses begin. However, you must submit all the required CPs in the accordant thematic fields, e.g. statistics, before the application deadline: These cannot be submitted later!

Applications

You can only apply for one master’s program at the University of Bremen. In the event of multiple applications, the last one to be submitted will be the only one accepted. You can find a link to online applications in the Master‘s Portal. During the actual allocation procedure for study places, or offerings procedure, under ‘News’ in the Master’s Portal you can see when the letters of admission or rejection from the respective study programs are sent.

Any technical questions should be addressed directly to the Registration Office for International Students; contact details on the pages of the Master’s Portal.

For more information go to:

Master’s Portal

C1-German language skills

B1-English language skills

B2-English language skills