Information on application and admission periods as well as further information on respective degree programs is available on our study programs website. If you additionally applied for a restricted/limited admissions program, kindly await the decision before applying for enrollment into an unrestricted admissions program.
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From July 03, 2017 - September 07, 2017 prospective students with German higher education entrance qualifications (regardless of nationality) that fulfill all relevant requirements (e.g., language test) can apply online for winter semester 2017/2018 unrestricted admission single-subject Bachelor´s degree programs (first or higher semester). Subsequent documentation has to be submitted via postal mail.
Prospective students interested in combination Bachelor’s degree programs with unrestricted admission in core subject (Kernfach) and module (Modulangebot)should complete the online admissions application. Please consider the differing application period. Upon successful application you will receive an admissions notice via mail. Thereafter, you can apply for enrollment by submitting your application for enrollment together with a copy of your admissions notice and subsequent documents via postal mail.
If you have obtained a Non-German general university entrance qualification (Hochschulzugangsberechtigung), please apply via uni-assist (deadline is September 7, 2017):
Once the application was successful prospective students receive an admissions notice by mail. This admissions notice can then be submitted together with the enrollment application and other relevant documents by postal mail.
Our academic calendar holds information on relevant application and admission periods for single-subject Bachelor’s degree programs (first or subject-specific semester) and combination Bachelor’s degree programs (first or subject-specific semester).
Those with professional qualifications holding higher education entrance qualifications associated with a specific subject (fachgebundene Hochschulzugangsberechtigung) please click here for detailed information as the application deadline may differ.
These programs are free of admission restrictions, however they are subject to a valid admissions notice.
Prospective students must complete the admissions application online within the respective deadlines. Once the application was successful prospective students receive an admissions notice by mail. This admissions notice can then be submitted together with the enrollment application and other relevant documents by postal mail.
Your enrollment is subject to a limited term until specific requirements have been met (foreign language courses required before beginning your program, preparatory course (Studienkolleg), studies of the subject on the condition that you attend German courses at the same time, exchange program).
Students who primarily attend a different higher education institution are required to submit a completed enrollment application (including proof of enrollment at the other institution and module admission) in order to enroll at Freie Universität Berlin. When re-registering for the following semester, students are required to present a certificate of enrollment for the subsequent semester as proof of re-registration at their primary higher education institution by March, 31 or September, 30.
If the student is a member of Freie Universität Berlin and attends the other institution for a module or partial program, the student must be presented a certificate of enrollment with an indication of the current semester within the specific subject to the other institution before the re-registration deadline.
Exchange students that are recipients of scholarships and/or grants and wish to continue studying at Freie Universität Berlin after completing their exchange program can find information on degree programs on our study programs website. Please note the respective admission requirements.
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