The summer semester 2021 will take place digitally for the most part. If the situation surrounding the infection allows for it, face-to-face laboratory sessions will take place and other individual classes will be held in hybrid formats. The valid corona regulations must be adhered to at all times and during all classes/events on the University of Bremen campus.
Studying at the University of Bremen during a Pandemic
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.
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
Certified copies for the enrollment of non‐EU persons in the summer semester 2021:
The requirement of submission of certified copies from non‐EU persons will be waived for the summer semester 2021 until April, 26, 2021
Amendment to the practices in place concerning certified copies for the enrollment of non‐EU persons in the summer semester 2021 under consideration of the national measures in place to curb the spread of coronavirus.
- The requirement of submission of certified copies is being waived. Simple copies with corresponding translations, if the documents are not available in German or English, suffice. It remains unchanged that the translations must be carried out by a sworn translator.
- Certified copies of the documents must be submitted by students at a later point in time, without a relevant reminder having to be issued.
- Please note that every single case of fraud during enrollment will lead to a retraction of enrollment as per § 38 BremHG.
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".
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.