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Welcome to the Master Portal of the University of Bremen!

On these pages you will find information about the admission requirements and the application procedure for our Master's programs. We distinguish between the general Master's programs (M.Sc, M.A., L.L.M.) and the Master of Education. Admission to a subject master is regulated by the admission regulations, while the admission regulations apply to the Master of Education.

 Under "News" you will find the latest news on the current application procedure and, if applicable, extended application deadlines.

Which Master's degree matches my Bachelor's degree?

This overview will give you an idea of which Master's degree programs at the University of Bremen are open to you if you have completed your Bachelor's degree at the University of Bremen. Please note that this overview only includes degree programs at the University of Bremen - however, it can serve as an approximate guide for those changing universities.


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 Under this heading you will find the latest news on the current application process and any extended application deadlines.


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Requirements for application and enrollment

For each Master’s program there are admission regulations which define specifically the respective requirements. Some requirements must be fulfilled by the end of the application deadline, others can be proven until two weeks after the start of the lectures. General information about requirements ou will find on our Master's info page.


Frequently Asked Questions

You have a question? Please check our FAQs - perhaps this will quickly clarify your request.


General Master's programs

All master's degree programs that lead to the title Master of Science (M.Sc.), Master of Arts (M.A.) or Master of Laws (L.L.M.) are grouped under the category "Master programs". The admission requirements are specified in the respective admission regulations.


Master of Education

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) is an advanced course of study for Bachelor graduates who wish to become teachers at public schools. It includes subject-related scientific parts, didactics of the teaching subjects, educational science, internships depending on the type of school and a master's thesis.
Depending on the chosen combination of subjects, further admission requirements may be required. Information can be found in the admission regulations and the respective appendix to the admission regulations.