A university entrance qualification (such as Abitur or an international equivalent) is a requirement for admission to a Bachelor programme. There is no Numerus Clausus (NC - selection by grades). No portfolios, films, articles, etc need to be handed in before your application. And you don't need to do any internships before studying. However, a previous internship could help you when choosing your programme.
The most important requirements for success in your course are your own motivation and commitment. That's why we take into account both the formal requirements and the detailed information from your personal interview.
Before you can sign a contract with DEKRA | Hochschule für Medien, you need to do the following three things:
Dates / Deadlines
All Bachelor courses start in the winter semester. Applications are accepted throughout the year, i.e. if you are interested in studying at DEKRA | Hochschule für Medien, you may submit an application for the upcoming winter semester any time of the year (before the start of that semester).
Applications for the winter semester 2018/2019 need to be submitted by 31 Augsut 2018. Our student advisors can assist you!
In the succession procedure, you can apply for any remaining study openings until the end of December 2018.
- Winter semester (WiSe): 1 October - 31 March
- Summer semester (SoSe): 1 April - 30 September
We invite you to form your own opinion of our university by attending our events. An overview of our different event formats can be found under events.
Here you will find all the important information about your application and enrollment at DEKRA | Hochschule für Medien. After your application documents have been approved, you can enroll.
Courses at DEKRA | Hochschule für Medien are privately financed. A list of tuition fees for all courses as well as financing options can be found under tuition fees.
In our downloads section you can find our course schedules, application and enrollment forms as well as various regulations of DEKRA | Hochschule für Medien.
Our student advice office, run by Michaela Pape, can provide information on all important matters pertaining to your studies as well as the tuition fees.
Contact Student Advisors
The Admissions Office can answer all your questions about academic requirements, recognition of qualifications or results and the application process. If you would like to study without an Abitur and you have a vocational qualification, the admissions office can also assist you in this process.
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