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Applying for a Place

Bachelor & Law

For a place in the Bachelor's degree program, including law studies leading to the First State Examination, you can submit your application online. We'll be happy to explain what you need to consider.

If you are interested in attending certain courses without being registered as a student of the university, you may be interested in enrolling as an Auditing student.

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Contact

Due to the situation no consultation hours are offered. You can reach us by mail and telephone.

Office for Student Affairs

Any questions? Check our FAQ!

VWG Building, Ground floor
Office hours: Mon, Tue, Thu 9 a.m. - 12 p.m, Wed 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
+49 (0)421 218-61110
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www.uni-bremen.de/sfs (in German)

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Master

In a master's program, students acquire more in-depth knowledge of the subject they studied for their bachelor’s degree as undergraduates. Therefore, a bachelor's degree is always required for admission to the master's program. International students must also apply to the University of Bremen if they want to study in a master's program

 

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International Students

International applicants must pay a lot of attention. The rules for the application depend on nationality and university-entrance diploma (German: Abitur). The following internet pages explain the process of applying for international students.

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University places for Refugees

The HERE program offers persons who have been forced to leave their home country the possibility to attend preparatory studies at the universities in Bremen and Bremerhaven. The program provides prospective students with recognized residency status as refugees the fundamental linguistic and subject-specific knowledge they require in order to take up studies in Bremen.

IN-Touch is a program for academics who have fled their home country. As guests of the Bremen universities, they can remain in contact with the academic world and make themselves familiar with the German university system, regardless of their residence status.

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