The application processes forunrestricted andcapped bachelor’s degree programmes are different.
1st Register on MeinCampus for an applicant ID
2nd Gather the documents that you need to upload in MeinCampus
3rd Complete your online application
Deadlines for submitting supporting evidence:
You can find detailed instructions for registering and applying via the “MeinCampus” online portal at Kempten University of Applied Sciences here.would be very happy to help!
1. Register with “Hochschulstart” to get an applicant ID and authentication code (BID/BAN).
2. Register on MeinCampus for an applicant ID.
3. Gather the documents that you need to upload in MeinCampus
4. Applications period: Complete your application online in MeinCampus (25 April – 15 July)
5th Coordination stage (16 July – 24 August) hochschulstart.de
6. If you didn’t get an offer from your first choice of university... (25 August – 30 September)
Please check your emails regularly throughout the application process, along with the status of your application in MeinCampus and at hochschulstart.de!
You can find detailed instructions for registering and applying online via the “MeinCampus” portal at Kempten University of Applied Sciences here.
1 You have until 31 July to submit your certificate demonstrating your eligibility to study at university.
Places on unrestricted degree programmes are allocated solely by Kempten University of Applied Sciences.
If you meet all the requirements and apply properly and on time, you are sure to be allocated a place on a degree programme. We will confirm that you have been awarded a place, after which you can go on to enrol as a student.
You can find out more about applying for unrestricted bachelor’s degree programmes at Kempten University of Applied Sciences for Winter Semester 2023/2024 in this info brochure.
Places on our degree programmes with capped numbers (“NC”) are allocated via the “DoSV” process run by the foundation for university admissions at hochschulstart.de. The criteria for awarding places are stipulated in Art. 5 BayHZG and our statute for the local selection process .
Accordingly, places are mainly allocated as follows:
• College or high school certificate: 80 per cent according to the average certificate grade
• Waiting time*: 10 per cent according to the average high school / college certificate grade boosted by waiting time
• Professional contingent**: 10 per cent according to the average high school / college certificate grade for people who have already completed relevant vocational training.
After the deadline for submitting applications, all applications are ranked according to these criteria. Starting with the applicants with the best grades, offers of places are made in descending order until the maximum number of admissions to the programme is reached. Everyone is automatically included in all contingents for which they qualify.
We can’t predict the specific grades that will qualify for a place on such a degree programme, as we cannot predict how many people will apply and what grades they will achieve. To help you gauge your chances, you can consult the grades that have applied in previous years.
You can find out more about applying for bachelor’s degree programmes with capped numbers at Kempten University of Applied Sciences for Winter Semester 2023/2024 in this info brochure.
Bachelor’s degree programmes with capped numbers at Kempten University of Applied Sciences:
|Computer Science – Game Engineering||No longer capped||All accepted||All accepted||All accepted||All accepted|
|Social Work||All accepted|
High school certificate (“Abitur”) grade 3.7
College certificate (“Fachabitur”) grade 3.6
High school certificate (“Abitur”) grade 2.7
College certificate (“Fachabitur”) grade 2.6
High school certificate (“Abitur”) grade 2.3
College certificate (“Fachabitur”) grade 2.5
|Social Work majoring in Youth Work||All accepted||All accepted||All accepted|
High school certificate (“Abitur”) grade 3.5
College certificate (“Fachabitur”) grade 3.4
* Waiting time? For each half year that you wait after qualifying to study at university (i.e. gaining your high school leaving certificate, etc.), your average grade is boosted by 0.1 points, albeit by a maximum of 1.0 points. Any time spent at a state-run university of applied sciences in Germany doesn’t count in this regard. So, for example, if your average grade upon leaving high school was 2.5, after waiting two semesters, your grade would count as 2.3 in this case.
** Professional contingent? You can check which vocational training is considered relevant for specific degree programmes with Academic Registry . You can consult the list for the degree programme in Social Work online in the downloads section or here.
Make sure you have digital copies of all the necessary documents:
You can upload them during the application process via “MeinCampus” .
Professional nursing carries a great deal of responsibility, working with people in need of help at critical stages of life. Before enrolling (at the latest) on this course, you must therefore provide evidence of your state of health (health certificate) and of your reliability for performing this duty (detailed certificate of conduct). The most straightforward way of proving your state of health is to print out our standard form and ask your GP to complete and sign it. To obtain a detailed certificate of conduct, you can either apply in person by presenting your ID card or passport to your local registration authority, or use the online application service provided by the Federal Department of Justice . Your certificate will usually arrive by post within one or two weeks. For further details, please consult the Federal Department of Justice website.
If you haven’t yet submitted the necessary documents (e.g. training contract), please send them by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information for dual / cooperative degree programmes
The requirements regarding language proficiency can be found under International section
You’ve got one foot in the door now you’ve been offered a place. All you need to do now is to officially enrol as a student at Kempten University of Applied Sciences.
Everything you need to know about this process is posted under enrol as a student.
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