Did you qualify for admission to university abroad?
The requirements regarding language proficiency can be found under International section
Would you like to study, but didn’t qualify for university entrance at school? If you have vocational qualifications, there are two pathways to university (“HZB”) .
General eligibility allows you to choose any of our degree programmes. Subject-specific eligibility means that the degree programme must be closely related to your vocational training.
Important: All candidates with vocational qualifications must also complete a personal consultation with an academic advisor at our university of applied sciences. You can find the contact details on the pages for the degree programme in question.
Important: All candidates with vocational qualifications must also complete a personal consultation with an academic advisor at our university of applied sciences. You can find the correct person to contact directly right here:
Contacts in the faculties:
Social and Health Studies
Faculty of Tourism Management
Please also bear in mind that you will have to take examinations worth at least 30 ECTS Credit Points within two semesters (“probationary studies”). If you fulfil this requirement, nothing stands in the way of you continuing your studies with us.
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 are not yet 18 years old when you apply, we will need a declaration of consent from your parents or legal representatives.
If you have any general questions about
then the University Student Advisory Service will be happy to help.
Building D, 3rd floor
Advice and Service
Tel.: +49 (0)831 2523-308
Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri: 8:30 a.m. – 12 noon
Tue: 1:30–4 p.m.
Drop-in Zoom sessions: Thur: 1:30–3 p.m.
It’s good to talk!
Appointments can happily be arranged.
Have you already got an applicant ID? If you have any specific questions about
Academic Registry will be happy to help.
Building D, 1st floor
Tel. Surnames starting A – K:
+49 (0)831 2523 -122 | -350 | -352 | -355 | -361 | -433
Tel. First letter surname L – Z:
+49 (0)831 2523 -120 | -124 | -351 | -354 | -359 | -498
We can be contacted by telephone:
Monday to Thursday: 8 a.m. – 12 noon & 1–3 p.m.
Fridays: 8 a.m. to 12 noon
Drop-in (opening hours):
Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays: 9–11 a.m.
Wednesdays: 1–3 p.m.
Building D, 1st floor
We can also arrange appointments outside the regular opening hours if required.
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