The decision as to whether or not we can offer you a university place depends on several factors. Some of the elements we assess include the quality of your letter of application, your personal motivation, your persuasiveness, and your performance in the programme-specific application interview.
After you’ve completed the interview and other aspects of the admission procedure, we’ll inform you about our decision as quickly as possible by e-mail. We’re looking for an above-average assessment score. If you’re successful, you’ll receive a letter of acceptance shortly after the interview.
Applicants with an average assessment score will be put on a waiting list, and offered a place if one becomes available. A rejection letter will only be sent if your performance is assessed as below the required level.
We will contact you with new information
For administrative reasons and due to data protection laws, we are unable to provide any information concerning personal data or the results of the admissions procedure outside the official processes.
Educational contract: Rights and responsibilities
Unlike a public university, the legal relationship between a university of applied sciences and its students is governed by private law and regulated in an educational contract. After the programme-specific admission procedure has been successfully completed, you will receive an educational contract that determines the mutual rights and obligations. Further details can be found in this sample of an educational contract. Please note that this document is a non-binding sample and subject to modifications.