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Left over spots EU (Erasmus+) & Non-EU

    Left over spots will be allocated through a second appliction round and over a “First come, first serve” procedure.

    Second round of application

    The second round of application is processing in terms of the procedure of the first round. The only difference is that you have the opportunity to apply for left over spots of all faculties. However, please be aware that not all spots of other faculties are appropriate for your studies. This information is noted in the lists of the left over spots accordingly.

    •   You can find all the information about the procedure on our application web page
    •   Publication of the list for left over spots and the application start for the second round: 14th of February 2019
    •   Application deadline: 26th of February 2019 at 2pm

    Left over spots – Second round of application:

    •   Faculty of Social and Cultural Sciences - expired
    •   Faculty of Law - expired
    •   Faculty of Business Administration and Economics - expired

    “First come, first serve” procedure - starting at 9th of April 2019, 9:30 am

    Within the “first come, first serve” procedure, students can apply for leftover spots from all faculties. Whoever first submits a completed application and meets all requirements gets the spot. Nonetheless, it is to be kept in mind that not all study abroad spots of the other faculties are suitable for all students. Details are noted in the leftover spots list.

    Please keep in mind that you need to appear personally or send a person on your behalf with a wirtten authority and the below mentioned documents to get a leftover spot on 9th of April 2019, starting at 9:30 am.

    After the 9th of April 2019 leftover spots are assigned on an ongoing basis. You or a person on your behalf with a written authority should visit Nicole Klück, Christin Reise, Aleksandra Klecha or Julian Irlenkäuser during their office hours to secure a spot. You will then find out if that specific spot you are interested in is still available. You are welcome to stop by for advice from those responsible for the respective faculties:

    EU Programs:

    Social and Cultural Studies & LawNicole Klück & Christin Reise
    Business Administration and EconomicsAleksandra Klecha

    Non-EU Programs

    Africa, Asia, Australia (all faculties) - Nicole Klück
    Georgia, Russia, Ukraine (all faculties) - Christin Reise
    North and Latin America (all faculties) - Julian Irlenkäuser

    To apply under the “first come, first serve” procedure, the following documents are to be submitted to the relevant persons mentioned above:

    • CV
    • Transcript: Achievement overview printout of ViaCampus (HIS-Portal); for master students, (additionally) a copy of their bachelor diploma.
    • Proof of language proficiency Screenshot of the completely expanded summary of your language courses from ViaCampus in "My Studies - My achievements" (language courses you are currently visiting are in ViaCampus click "My Studies - Show my enrollments"); where applicable other certificates. If you do not have any official documentation confirming your language level, please register for a language level test with the DAAD language level confirmation form (English, French, Russian, Spanish) at the respective language department in the Language Centre. Special arrangements need to be made for the Spanish- English- and Russian language department.
    • Certificate of enrollment: Does not apply to masters students who are not yet enrolled.

    Leftover spots: