Applicants to our Bachelor programmes should have an international and intercultural orientation. While living in the capital of Germany, itself a large and very diverse city, they will conduct much of their studies in small, intercultural working groups which are mentored intensively by our highy qualified teaching staff. The focus is on cooperation and interdisciplinarity. Interaction between English language students and German language students is encouraged and supported.
Please note: following regulations will come into effect on February 1, 2014.
The entire degree is held in German. All applicants must prove sufficient linguistic proficiency in order to participate successfully in the degree.
The following proficiency tests are accepted:
- Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang ausländischer Studienbewerber (DSH) at level 2
- TestDaf (German as foreign language) at level 4.
or equivalent official exams:
- Abitur (or equivalent) from a German School outside Germany
- Goethe certificate C1 and C2 or Telc C1 and C2 (minimum grade of 2/ gut)
- Language diploma of the standing committee of the German Ministers of Culture (level II/ DSDII, C1 in all skills)
- Final examination of the „Studienkolleg“, exam part: German
The test results must be no more than 24 months old and the exam must be completed with a minimum grade of “gut”. All documents will be reviewed.
Application to the Bachelor programmes at SRH University of Applied Science Berlin can be made either online or by sending us filled out and signed hardcopies of the online application by mail.
Admission to the programmes is based on both national admission regulations and on personally conducted selection interviews. During the applicant evaluation process, we do not only take language and cognitive skills as well as academic performance into account, but also students’ personalities and distinctive experiences.
The university will use this information during the selection procedure, which is performed by a selection committee. The committee is composed of faculty professors, as well as SRH University Berlin student representatives. The final selection decision will be made by the graduate programme director based on the recommendations given by the selection committee.
Of course, all of your application data will be kept outmost confidential and will not be shared with third parties.
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