4 \\ Admissions Interview & Enrolment

The telephone interview is an important part of the admissions process in the MBA program. All qualified applicants must attend the telephone interview to complete their application process. The interviews serve to get to know our applicants better, to question their motivation for the MBA Studies and to test their English skills in a conversation chat. In best case, after successful completion, the final admission will follow within few days after the telephone interview.


After reviewing your application documents, we will invite all qualified candidates to participate in a personal interview with a faculty member of our University. Therefore, our MBA Management Team will contact you via e-mail to set an individual appointment for your telephone interview. A request or registration for the interview is not required. The telephone interview appointments will be set by the MBA Management Team by personal invitation only. Generally, telephone interviews are conducted on the phone, however, they can be arranged on-site or via Skype call if this is desired by the applicant.



The main purpose of the interview is to gain a better understanding of your character, personality, expectations, motivations, and goals. Of course, at the end of the interview time, all participants in the telephone interview have the opportunity to ask individual questions, be it about the curriculum, the semester organization or the financing conditions of the tuition fees. 



Each interview is generally going about 15 minutes, however, the duration might vary depending on the individual case and the number of questions you might have at the end of the interview.



Preparing for an MBA admissions interview is just like preparing for a job interview, however, it is unlikely that your interviewer will quiz you on obscure knowledge or specialized skills from the CSR, the NGO or the Management sector. The interviewer is primarily interested in learning whether you are as compelling in person as you are on paper. 


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We will decide whether to admit a student two weeks after the successful completion of the telephone interview.  In the next step, admitted applicants have to send in certified copies of their original application documents. The documents attached to the application must be translated into either English or German. Any public office that has an official seal may certify the copies. This includes government offices (in German: "Einwohnermeldeamt"), parish offices, and notaries. Certifications cannot be performed by banks, lawyers, auditors, bookkeepers, or associations. Notarised certification may also be used. After official admission notification, all admitted applicants must send their papers by postal mail to the following address:

Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences
​Campus Sankt Augustin
​Grantham-Allee 20
Registrar’s Office
Ms. Emine Erdogan-Saat
53754 Sankt Augustin


Annually: 1st August 
​Enrolment is possible until the first day of Welcome Week (2021: 09. September).

Students must enroll as soon as possible after admission. The annual ​enrolment opening date is 01st August. The end of the enrolment period is always the first day of Welcome Week. Later enrollments can only be accepted, if
a) reported early in advance to the MBA Support Team and
b) due to compelling reasons, which are not the applicant's fault (e.g. belated visa admission).

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Contact our MBA Support Office for more information

If you want to learn more about the MBA in CSR & NGO Management degree program, please contact the MBA coordination office and ask for an individual conversation:

Apply for the MBA Program "CSR & NGO Management"

You can easily submit your application via the online-application tool offered by our University. Click the "Apply now" button below and get the right direction to our online application tool.

We are looking forward to receiving your application!