For a consecutive Master's programme a Bachelor's degree in the same field of study as the Master's programme must be obtained.
An accredited Bachelor's degree from a so-called Berufsakademie in Germany is equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from a higher education institution.
For degrees that were not obtained in Germany, equivalence with German Bachelor' s degrees must be established. This assessment is based on the guidelines of the Central Office for Foreign Education (ZAB) and the Lisbon Recognition Convention, which are binding.
Master's study programmes providing further education require qualified practical professional experience of, as a rule, no less than one year.
Further information on the admission requirements can be found on the pages of the respective Master's programmes or can be obtained from the Registrar's Office or in the relevant departments.
Consecutive Master’s programmes
- Analysis and Design of Social Protection Systems
- Analytische Chemie und Qualitätssicherung
- Autonomous Systems
- Biomedical Sciences
- Controlling und Management (admission-restricted)
- Computer Science
- Innovations-und Informationsmanagement (admission-restricted)
- Electrical Engineering
- Marketing (admission-restricted)
- Mechanical Engineering
- Materials Science and Sustainability Methods
- Technik-und Innovationskommunikation
- Visual Computing and Games Technology
- Business Psychology (admission-restricted)
Master's programmes providing further education