Applying Online to Study at the University of Bremen

Anyone interested in studying at the University of Bremen can still apply online for a place until July 15. A digital information event on Wednesday July 12 from 4 to 6 p.m. will provide information on how to do this.

Natural and engineering sciences, mathematics, languages, and humanities – the University of Bremen offers almost all disciplines. Prospective students can choose the right course for them from over 100 degree programs. There are also numerous qualification options for the teaching profession. The allocation of places for bachelor's degrees and the First Law Examination is carried out via the Dialog-Oriented Service Procedure (DoSV) of the University Admissions Foundation (Stiftung für Hochschulzulassung).

Applications can still be submitted online until July 15 via
The online information event will provide information on applying for a place at the University of Bremen on Wednesday, July 12, and will take place via Zoom. Register via:

Application Hotline

There is also an application hotline for further questions: Phone: +49 421 218-61234 (see for availability).

Central Student Advisory Service Provides Guidance on Choosing a Course of Study

Additionally, the Central Student Advisory Service provides advice in personal one-on-one meetings at the university, online, and by telephone on the choice of study program and applying for a study place. The office hours can be found at

Great Transparency through the Dialog-Oriented Service Procedure

Along with the University of Bremen, many other universities throughout Germany use the Hochschulstart platform. The goal of the Dialog-Oriented Service Procedure is a fast admission procedure that is transparent for the applicants. The majority of all available study spots nationwide in the bachelor's degree program in psychology are now awarded via the service procedure. Interested students can apply for a maximum of twelve places at any one time and follow the processing of their applications continuously on the internet. As soon as offers of admission are received, they can accept them. “Thanks to the 12 applications, prospective students can apply for different subject combinations, especially for degree programs offering several different subjects – including those that are not so popular. Their chances of getting a place are increased as a result," says Betina da Rocha from the Central Student Advisory Service at the University of Bremen.

Further Information: (in German only)


Betina da Rocha
Central Student Advisory Service
University of Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218-61152 (61160)
Email: darochaprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

Anyone interested in studying at the University of Bremen can still apply online for a place until July 15.