Application for a Higher Course Semester 2019/20
The application period for the 2019/20 winter semester will begin May 6, 2019.
Restricted Admission Bachelor's and Master's Course of Study
Some courses of study have restricted admission in their higher semesters, that is starting the second core semester, and require an application. Please refer to our courses of study or the current RWTH Info on Applying for a Higher Semester to determine which courses of study are affected.
The Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia determines the admissions numbers every semester for study placements in higher core semesters at RWTH Aachen. The number of students who re-registered before the deadline is substrated from this number.
If there are still spots available after the re-registration deadline has passed, they are allocated to applicants in corresponding courses of study through a selection process.
Please note: After the application deadline has passed, admissions and rejection letters will be uploaded to Selfservice. This only happens, however, if an allocation process took place.
International Prospective Students
We explain the application process for all other international prospective students under:
Open Admission Master's Course of Study
In order to enroll in a higher core semester of an open admission Master's course of study, you must apply by the deadline and have your background education reviewed (acceptance letter with provisions) by the respective Faculty's examination board. If you do not apply by the deadline, you cannot enroll in a higher core semester.
|Course of Study||Winter Semester||Summer Semester||Application|
|Restricted admission courses of study
|September 15 every year||March 15 every year||Application|
|Open admission courses of study
|July 15 every year||January 15 every year||Application|
Allocation Process – Enrollment in a Higher Course Semester – Summer Term 2019
As a result of the allocation process, it was possible to enroll students in a higher semester of study in the following courses of study:
|Molecular and Applied Biotechnology (Bachelor)||
|Business Administration (Bachelor)||5|
Economics (Bachelor, Vocational School Teacher)
|Economics/Political Science (Bachelor, Vocational School Teacher)||
3 and 5