Applying for premature studies

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Kempten University of Applied Sciences offers especially talented school pupils the chance to start studying before completing their higher school leaving certificate. If you wish to take this opportunity, your current school and – if you are under 18 years old – your parents or guardians must also consent (see applications).

You can start ahead of time to study your choice of the following subjects:

  • Software Development and Programming 1

  • Project Management

  • Software Development and Programming 2

  • Software Engineering

 

Applications, entry requirements and registration

Applications

Please submit the application form, stamped by your school and signed by your parents/guardians, by the end of the first week of lectures (at the latest) each semester.
 

Lectures for the winter semester commence 1 October

Lectures for the summer semester commence 15 March

 

Conditions for taking part

The director of your school grants you time off from school lessons to attend classes at the university. The school is responsible for deciding how much time you can take off from lessons taught at school. School pupils undertaking premature studies will not be enrolled as students.

You attend university classes as regularly as you would lessons taught at school. If you are unwell, you report this to your school and attest to this in writing, as usual.

You work on your own to catch up on any teaching at school that you might have missed and meet all the performance requirements of your school, irrespective of your premature studies. You make detailed arrangements with your school.

Neither the school nor Kempten University of Applied Sciences are responsible for any deterioration in your performance at school with regard to your grades, and in particular the final grade for your school leaving certificate. If any negative effects become apparent, then your premature studies can be terminated by either you or the responsible authorities for overseeing schools, at the university or at the school.

Enrolment

Enrolment

You need to write an application letter to Academic Registry to enrol for premature studies, enclosing all the relevant documents. You are solely responsible for organising how you manage your premature studies.

You are obliged to inform your school and Kempten University of Applied Sciences if you cease studying before lectures have been completed for the semester in question.

Admission to premature studies is granted for one semester in the first instance. If you wish to continue your premature studies the following semester, you must contact us in good time before the next semester commences. You will be re-enrolled if your school agrees.

Any questions?

University Student Advisory Service

If you have any general questions about

  • our range of degree programmes,
  • entry requirements or the
  • application process,

then the University Student Advisory Service will be happy to help.

Contact

Building D, 3rd floor
Advice and Service

Tel.:  +49 (0)831 2523-308

Email: studienberatung(at)hs-kempten.de

Opening hours:
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.

Academic Registry

Have you already got an applicant ID? If you have any specific questions about

  • applications,
  • admissions or
  • enrolling as a student,

Academic Registry will be happy to help.

Get in touch

Building D, 1st floor
Academic Registry

Tel.  Surnames starting A – K:
+49 (0)831 2523 -122 | -350 | -352 | -355 | -361

Tel.  First letter surname L – Z:
+49 (0)831 2523 -120 | -124 | -351 | -354 | -359 | -498

Email: studienamt(at)hs-kempten.de

We can be contacted by telephone:
Monday to Thursday: 8 a.m. – 12 noon and 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Fridays: 8 a.m. to 12 noon

Drop-in (opening hours):
Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays: 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Wednesdays: 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Building D, 1st floor

We can also arrange appointments outside the regular opening hours if required.