The application processes forunrestricted andcapped bachelor’s degree programmes are different.
How do you do that? Just follow these instructions, step by step:
1. Register on MeinCampus for an applicant ID
2. Gather the documents that you need to upload in MeinCampus
3. 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..
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).
5. Coordination stage (16 July – 24 August) hochschulstart.de
6. Coordinated clearing system (25 August – 30 September) – If you didn’t get an offer from your first choice of university...
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.
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.
Places on our degree programmes with capped numbers are allocated via the foundation for university admissions at hochschulstart.de. – depending on average grade (numerus clausus), waiting time, a “professional contingent” and certain special quotas.
If the places available exceed the number of applicants, then everyone could be offered a place, irrespective of the cap.
If applications exceed the number of places, then a cut-off grade (= numerus clausus) applies. The precise grade varies each year according to the academic standard of the cohort in question. The minimum average grade required to be offered a place is calculated from the applications that have been received. Last year’s grades are only a rough guide, so they shouldn’t put you off applying, as you don’t know what grades the others will have in the current cohort of applicants.
To give you an idea, here are the cut-off grades from the previous round of applications (Winter Semester 2021/22):
Please note: These grades do not apply to the current year’s admissions, so they don’t affect your chance of being offered a place!
For the other degree programmes with capped numbers, all applicants were offered a place.
Make sure you have digital copies of all the necessary documents:
You can upload them during the application process via “MeinCampus” .
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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 Enrolling as a student.
If you have any general questions about
then the University Student Advisory Service will be happy to help.
Have you already got an applicant ID? If you have any specific questions about
Academic Registry will be happy to help.
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