Bachelor's and diploma degree programmes
The certificate check is done by us according to the evaluation guidelines of the ZAB of the Kultusministerkonferenz (Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany) and the result must lead to one of the three entitlements in order for you to be able to apply to study at our university:
- the entitlement for direct university admission
- the authorisation for university admission (subject-oriented)
- Entitlement to admission to higher education via the Feststellungsprüfung (FSP)
Master's degree programmes
If you already have a first higher education degree, you can apply for a Master's degree programme.
In addition to the general admission requirements, there may also be subject-specific admission requirements for Master's degree programmes. You can read about these in the descriptions of the individual degree programmes.
Admission restrictions (numerus clausus)
In some degree programmes, there are often more applications than there are places available. For these degree programmes, a statutory order can determine the number of applicants who will be admitted. A procedure will then take place in which the available places are allocated among all applicants who meet the admission requirements and have applied before the application deadline.
If you meet all the admission requirements for studying at Mittweida University of Applied Sciences, you will receive an admission letter. With this you can apply for a visa for the purpose of studying in Germany.
If you do not yet fulfill the admission requirements for studying at Mittweida University of Applied Sciences, you can receive a conditional preliminary admission. With this notification you can also apply for a visa for the purpose of studying in Germany. The term "conditional pre-admission" means that some conditions have to be fulfilled before you can start your studies. These are named in the "conditional pre-admission". These conditions can be, for example
- Passing the German language examination DSH-2 (if language certificate is missing) or
- Taking the Feststellungsprüfung FSP (in the case of a higher education entrance qualification via the FSP).