Applications for master’s degree programmes are submitted via our online applicants’ portal “MeinCampus”.
Exception: Master’s programme in Electrical Engineering (Please apply directly to the Faculty of Electrical Engineering).
Applications for the winter semester are open from 24 April until 15 July.
Applications for the summer semester are open from 15 November until 15 January.
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 online via the “MeinCampus” portal at Kempten University of Applied Sciences right here.
Make sure you have digital copies of all the necessary documents:
You can upload these during the application process via “MeinCampus” .
If you apply before completing your first degree:
Evidence of 180 ECTS credit points (for bachelor’s degree programmes lasting 7 semesters) / 150 ECTS credit points (for bachelor’s degree programmes lasting 6 semesters)
Essay of approx. 2,000 words in English engaging with a scientific question on any topic from your degree subject in relation to at least one of the modules 1-4 or 8-11 from the Programme and Examination Regulations (“SPO”) GD
Evidence of English at level B2 (e.g. ABI/FOS/BOS certificate, Unicert language certificate, BEC Vantage, TeLC)
Evidence of at least three months spent abroad on a non-tourist visit to a country where a different language is spoken
Basic knowledge of German (min. level A1) must be proven, at the latest during the first year of study
Personal statement (paragraph of approx. 2,500 characters in German explaining reasons for applying and stating previous achievements, work experience and professional aim after completing the programme)
Evidence of English equivalent to at least level B2 (e.g. ABI/FOS/BOS certificate, Unicert language certificate, BEC Vantage, TeLC)
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You can also apply before completing your existing degree programme, as long as you can demonstrate that you have already earned at least 180 ECTS Credit Points (7 semesters studying for a bachelor’s) / 150 ECTS Credit Points (6 semesters studying for a bachelor’s).
For Winter Semester 2023/2024 and Summer Semester 2024, admissions to the master’s degree programme in Social and Health Services Management are no longer capped..
Extent of knowledge and skills acquired during first degree studies that relate to the modules on the master’s degree programme
Extent of skills and knowledge acquired beyond studies that relate to the training content for product management
Extent of experience in managing projects, which can also lie in social or political spheres
The requirements regarding language proficiency can be found under International section.
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
You’re nearly there – you’ve received an offer of a place. Now, you just need to formally 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.
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