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On this web-based application platform, candidates from foreign countries can apply for admission to…
Candidates from Germany have to use the Regular Application.
All candidates can find further information about the application and selection procedure at the „How to apply“ page.
Deadlines for the application to the Master program for candidates from foreign countries needing a visa are…
For candidates already holding a visa and for candidates from the EU, the application deadlines are…
Please note that for the verification of foreign qualifications and certificates, the University of Kaiserslautern has to charge an assessment fee of 50 Euros. Some exceptions apply. For further information, please consult „Assessment fee“.
You can find further information about the application and selection procedure at the „How to apply“ page .
In case you do not finish your degree before the application deadline, you can apply with the documents you have available.
In particular, a current transcript is required. Please note that the assessment result will only be finalized after you submit
your final degree certificate and transcript. Final admission is required to apply for a visa.
To complete the application, please prepare the following documents as PDF-files (unless specified otherwise).
At the time of application, it is sufficient to submit electronic documents, i.e. no hardcopies need to be sent.
For enrolment, original documents have to be provided, which will be checked against the electronic documents.
You should also read up and decide in advance which of our Master´s courses of studies you want to apply for:
When applying, German proficiency is not required. However, the University of Kaiserslautern requires a proof of German proficiency within the first year of studies. This can be obtained while you study by taking a German course on A1 level, or by providing a certificate from a Goethe Institute on A2 level.