ONLINE APPLICATIONS for Bachelor's degree programs for summer semester must be submitted by January 15, for winter semester by July 15.

ONLINE APPLICATIONS for Master's degree programs
 for summer semester must be submitted by January 15, for winter semester by July 15.

International students who are interested in studying at a university of applied sciences in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg must first send their application to

Hochschule Konstanz HTWG
Studienkolleg - Center for International Students
Brauneggerstraße 55
78462 KONSTANZ
GERMANY
www.htwg-konstanz.de

This institution will assess your university entrance qualifications and language proficiency certificate. The application deadline for the entrance test, assessment test, DSH German language examination and assessment of university entrance qualifications is May 1 for the winter semester and November 1 for the summer semester of the following year.
Once these deadlines have expired, the Center for International Students will only process applications for the next respective semester. Exceptions: You may only submit your application after the above deadlines if you attach an assessment test or DSH-2, DSH-3 or TestDaF (4.0) or DSD II form (B2 or C1 is not sufficient!).
 
Then apply ONLINEwith the required application form including a complete curriculum vitae in tabular form dated and signed, the certificate confirming your university entrance qualifications, a language course certificate and a certificate confirming any pre-study internships or practical training programs you have completed. You will also need a student residency permit (student visa). Note: The application deadline for the summer semester is January 15 of each year; the deadline for the winter semester is July 15 of each year.

We wish to remind students interested in attending our university that most of our lectures are held in German. Therefore, very good German language skills are a prerequisite for all foreign students.


Code of Conduct

On February 20th, 2010, Prorector Prof. Dr. Norbert Büchter delcared the accedence of Biberach University to the National Code of Conduct on Foreign Students at German Universities.
In adopting this "National Code of Conduct on Foreign Students at German Universities" Biberach University reaffirms its sustained interest in attracting and hosting qualified international students, doctoral students and (young) scientists and researchers.The Code of Conduct aims to establish a "set of c ommon minimum standards "in the fields of" Information and Marketing, Admissions, Supervision, Support and Advice, plus Follow-up Services ", on which international students can rely. The guiding principle is, wherever possible, to grant international students the same rights as are available to German or EU students and, over and above this, to offer them the services and assistance that they particularly need as foreign guests. While the minimum standards defined have been introduced at practically all German universities, many higher education institutions offer services that extend beyond this, and will continue to do so .
Please find more information on the National Code of Conduct on Foreign Students at German Universities here.