After the application deadline (July 31, 2021), the first admission and allocation processes will take place in the week of August 2-8, 2021 in admission-restricted degree programs.
As soon as these processes have ended, the university will send out admission notices for all degree programs.
After the university send out these notifications, the table below will be filled out.
Unfortunately, for the current semester it is not possible to provide a detailed plan of all steps in the allocation process - especially for later admission rounds (post-placement admissions processes).
Rejection notices will only be sent out when no more study places can be allocated and the allocation process has ended.
The university allocates study places for admission-restricted degree programs in three steps:
- Main selection selection process; allocation of study places; notification of accepted applicants via email (see first table)
The university allocates study places in several stages. First, it carries out the main selection round, allocates all of the corresponding study places, and sends out the corresponding admission notices. Immediately thereafter, the word "geplant" in the relevant cell of the table below is deleted. Any study places declined during the main selection procedure are reallocated during the first post-placement selection round. This procedure is repeated a second time. If a degree program still has unallocated study places after the second post-placement selection round has ended, a lottery will take place. As soon as all study places have been allocated, the allocation procedure is officially closed. You will also find this indicated in the table.
- Acceptance into degree program by email (see second table)
Accepted applicants must actively acknowledge their acceptance of the offered study place. Once you have received an admission notifice by email, you must email the university to confirm that you accept the admission offer.
If you do not confirm your acceptance of the study place by the deadline indicated in your admission notice, you will irrevocably forfeit the right to this study place and you will not be able to enroll.
As soon as you have accepted the study place, you will receive an automatic confirmation of receipt in response to your email.
- Enrollment (Documents must be sent by mail) (see third table)
Once you have received an admission notification and have accepted the offered study place, you must enroll. The admission notice will tell you which documents you have to send to the registrar's office by mail in order to enroll, and by which date these documents must be received.
Please note: If you do not submit all required enrollment documents by the specified deadline, you will irrevocably forfeit your right to the study place.
Please note: These are scheduled dates and could be delayed up to several days. You will find the specific acceptance deadline here under "nach Durchführung des Vergabeverfahrens" (after the university has carried out the allocation procedure) and, of course, in your admissions notification email.
Please note: These are scheduled dates and could be delayed up to several days. You will find the specific deadline for enrollment in the admission notice.