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Online Application

The application for the summer semester 2020 is open until 15th October 2019. This is a hard deadline, exceptions are not possible! There are no intakes in the winter semester.

Before starting your application, please check the Application Conditions and the Frequently Asked Questions. Keep the following documents ready as PDF files, you will have to upload them during the application process:

  • scan of Bachelor certificate/provisional certificate. If you do not have the Bachelor certificate/provisional certificate yet, you can get a letter from the administration of your university stating that all exams necessary to obtain your degree have been cleared.
  • scan of final transcript
  • scan of English language certificate (if applicable). If the language certificate is is not available before the application deadline, it may also be handed in later on. In case the medium of instruction of your studies was English, there must be a notice on your Bachelor certificate or transcript that the medium was English, otherwise you need to obtain a letter from the administration of your university which confirms this fact.
  • curriculum vitae - there are no requirements for a particular format (e.g., Europass), however it should be well-structured
  • letter of motiviation (one page)

For the online application, the documents do not need to be notarised. In case of admission, you will be asked to hand in notarised copies by postal mail. Recommendation letters or a GRE test are not required and will not enhance the ranking of your application.

Before uploading the scanned files, view them yourself to make sure they are readable. Also make sure that you upload all required files. Applications which are unreadable or incomplete will be rejected!

Click here to get to the online application.

Please do not send postal mail or e-mails in order to apply, these mails will be ignored. The online application is the only valid way to apply.

 

For CIT/CMM, there is in general no intake in the winter semester.