Winter Semester 2020/21 Will Be Taught Digitally and Face-to-Face
In order to reduce the further spread of the corona virus, the Student Office and the Central Student Advisory Service and the Study Info Point do not offer office hours for the time being.
You can still reach us by e-mail and telephone.
The Rectorate of the Bremen University has decided by an urgent decision on 30.03.2020 that the minimum number of credit points at the time of application can be waived. However, you must still fulfil the minimum number of credit points in the subject-specific disciplines. You can find out whether and to what extent these are required in the current admission regulations for your chosen course of study.
You can find all study programmes on our Master's page: www.uni-bremen.de/master. There you can find the current admission regulations by clicking on the study programme.
All current information of the University of Bremen concerning Corona can be found here: https://www.uni-bremen.de/informationen-zur-corona-pandemie
The resolutions of the Rectorate of the University of Bremen can be viewed here: https://www.uni-bremen.de/informationen-zur-corona-pandemie/aktuelles#c265679
You will find here information about application and admission requirements on this website.
If you want to get information about the current admission procedure: "Master-Aktuelles".
Important information about applications:
The online application for the winter semester 2020 for all Master courses with application deadline: May, 31st and June 15th 2020 has been opened.
The online application for all courses with application deadline: July, 15th will be open on June. 1st.!
Benefits of the online application are:
- You can apply without certified copies of your documents.
- You can upload the required certificates into the online application as a PDF-file.
- You can check your application status online.
- You have to hand in certified hardcopies only in case of admission.
You will find answers to frequently asked questions at the FAQ.
For admission you need to have a first academic degree (e. g. Bachelor) in a relevant field. However, you can already start to apply when you are in the final stage of your studies. There might be specific requirements such as language skills for some courses. For detailed information, please see the admission requirements of the target course.