You're still not sure what you want to study or have such diverging interests that you can't decide? Wondering where to find information to point you in the right direction?
You've come to the right place! The German pages offer a number of tips and hints that will help make your decision easier. Alternatively, feel free to contact the:
Higher Education Entrance Qualification
To study at a university in Hesse, you need one of the following educational qualifications or degrees (according to § 54 of the Hessian Higher Education Act in German only):
- a high school degree
- a specialized high-school or equivalent degree
- a cooperative education high school degree
- a master craftsperson's certificate
In Hesse, a master craftsperson's certificate and other vocational qualifications that are considered to be equal to a master craftsperson's certificate qualify you to study at a university and allow you to apply directly to a university or professional academy. In addition, a further group of people with vocational qualifications can sit an exam for university entry.
More information on opportunities for people with professional qualifications can be found here (in German only).
Further Potential Requirements for Admission
In addition to the regular higher education entrance qualification, universities may require pre-university internships, creative aptitude tests or apprenticeship or training contracts with partnering businesses. Please consult the detailed information posted by the degree programs you are interested in.
Even the passing of an aptitude test can be a condition for admission:
Further information about the aptitude test in communications design
RheinMain University of Applied Sciences offers degree programs with both limited and unlimited admission. Prospective students applying for programs with unlimited admission are certain to receive a place provided they fulfill the admission requirements of the degree program in question and submit the necessary application documents in time.
All prospective students who wish to enroll in a bachelor's or diploma degree program with limited admission need to apply for a place first. The university allocates its places for first-semester students according to the Hesse regulations governing the allocation of places at university. This allocation procedure is explained below.
NC and NC Values of Past Allocation Procedures
The quotas in admission procedures for limited-admission programs may vary from semester to semester.
Candidates who do not have a (good) chance of admission without a high score of their university entrance qualification, may have a better chance of gaining a study place with the "collection" of waiting periods.
Allocation of Study Places
The study places for a first semester in limited admissions degree programs will be selected according to various quotas.
Move-up procedure, lottery procedure and applying for Leftover Places
If there are study places available shortly before semester start, move-up procedure, lottery procedure and applying for Leftover Places can be initiated.
Petition in cases of hardship
In special life situations an application for hardship or compensation for disadvantages for limited degree programs can be made.
First or second time students
The Hessian procurement regulation differentiates between persons who intend to study for the first time and persons applying for a second time (after a first finished study program).
The RheinMain University of Applied Sciences aims to cater to the needs of disabled and chronically ill students, enabling them to participate fully in university life and gain a degree.
To study with children, please follow this link useful information and links:
Matching funds is another component of the STIBET program. In cooperation with the DAAD and the Catholic University community (KHG ) Rüsselsheim, international students who are in financial need can obtain short-term support.
The RheinMain University is an attractive place to study with its diverse courses, and offers the perfect opportunity for combining studies with practical experience. Who could be better to testify to this than the students themselves. Further information about what it's like within the walls of the university from the perspective of students on various degree programs can be found here.
Student insights (in German only)