International Degree Students
Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs
By means of a simple and transparent procedure, international students are welcome to apply for any of over 70 consecutive Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs including online and distance learning programs.
The Registrar’s Office (Studienverwaltung) is in charge of all technical and administrative procedures:
- admission processing (application and acceptance)
- course registration,
- issuance of academic records and degrees
Once admitted, international students are advised to consult with the International Student Center (Beauftragte für internationale Studienende - information in german!) for guidance and counselling.
Applicants who lack German-language skills and other requirements necessary for enrollment can apply for admission to a preparatory German course (Studienkolleg), which is operated in cooperation with the Technical University of Berlin.
The Student Counselling and Support Center responds to all enquiries which international applicants may have, regarding for example how to apply, what the requirements are, what programs are offered and numerous other questions.
Please note: International students who are planning to spend only one or a limited number of semesters at Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin, including exchange students from one of our partner universities, and who are not planning to enroll in and complete one of our Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program should address their inquiries to our International Center. Incoming - Exchange Students
All applications for studying at Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin should be sent online to UNI-ASSIST, the University Application Service for International Students.
Note that certain deadlines must be met.
In order to follow a degree program offered in the German language, applicants have to provide certification of passing grades from one of two German examinations, :
- either the TestDaF (Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache - Test of German as a foreign language - 16 points required) administered by the Goethe-Institut
- or DSH-2 (Deutsche Sprachpruefung für den Hochschulzugang – German-language examination for university admission), which is offered by German universities.
Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin does not offer preparatory German-language courses or examinations.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) provides a good overview of available and recommended German-language courses and examinations.