Please note: The following information is only relevant if you are applying for a place in two of the Master's programs at the Wiesbaden Business School (Sales & Marketing Management and International Management) OR for the Screen Arts program at the Department of Design-Computer Science-Media.  These academic programs require you to prove that your English is at a sufficiently high level to cope with lectures, course work and presentations in English.

Master's programs with English level requirements

Sales & Marketing Management and International Management (Wiesbaden Business School WBS)

The current English requirements for these two Wiesbaden Business School's Master programs, as well as the accepted certificates are listed here and on the programs' respective pages. If you have none of the listed standardized exams as documentation, please contact Mr. Hubertus Weyer, Head of the "Business in English" program at the Wiesbaden Business School, for a testing appointment. (The Language Center does not test WBS applicants.)


Screen Arts (DCSM)

This degree program requires applicants to document their B2 level in English if they are appliying for the English version of the program by submitting a test score from any of the standardized tests accepted by the HSRM. Students studying in German should be at B2 level in English but do not need to document it.

Table (in German) of accepted standardized certificates/tests (Mai 2023)
Table (in English) of accepted standardized certificates/tests (May, 2023)

Screen Arts English version applicants who have not been able to to take an internationally recognized English test can take a computer-based English test in the university's Language Center (at the Kurt-Schumacher-Ring campus) and obtain the required point score for this degree program (further information and registration here: Computer-based English test). Please note: This test is a service offered only to those applying to the English version of the Screen Arts Master's degree program - there is a €10 fee per test taken. We do not test people applying to other universities!

Please note that the Language Center is NOT in any way involved in the selection process for this degree program; we are responsible ONLY for administering the Oxford test and cannot provide any information or advice regarding the application procedure or acceptance decisions.