With nearly 14,000 student enrollments, Osnabruck University is recognized for offering a wide range of interdisciplinary degree programs. The university is known for offering quality research and teaching facilities in the areas of Social Sciences, Law and Business Administration/Economics, Humanities and Science.
Being a research-intensive university, it maintains ten schools and four interdisciplinary institutes to offer education to students coming from all over the world.
|Application Portal||Uni-Assist/Online Application|
|Application fee||Not Required|
|Mode of Program||Full-time|
|Intake Seasons||Summer and Winter|
|Financial Aid||Loans and credit, Scholarships, Other scholarships and grants|
|Admission Office Contact||Phone: +49 541 969 7777|
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
At Osnabruck University, the admission deadlines vary from program to program. Students should check the program page to know the deadline for the particular program. However, students can check the admission timeline for various programs in the table below:
|Admission-restricted undergraduate Programs||15.05.2019 - 15.07.2019|
|Admission-free undergraduate Programs||15.08.2019 - 30.09.2019|
|Master's Programs||15.05.2019 - 15.07.2019|
|Doctoral Programs||15.05.2019 - 15.07.2019|
The admission process for international students includes a few extra requirements. Students should register at the beginning of the semester without any delay. Apart from fulfilling the academic requirements, international students must complete the language proficiency and visa requirements.
To study at Osnabruck University, international students are required to demonstrate a certain level of proficiency in the German language. For this, the university accepts DSH (Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang) and TestDAF (Deutsch als Fremdsprache) score.
The minimum score requirements for both the test vary from program to program. Students are advised to check the score requirement before applying for a particular program.
Some of the programs at Osnabruck University are taught in the English language. Evidence of proficiency in the English language is necessary for international applicants belonging to non-English speaking countries. The university accepts IELTS score for the same.
International students applying for admission at a German institute are required to have a residence permit visa for educational purposes or student visa. Applicants are required to provide the following documents at the time of visa application:
Apart from the student visa, non-EU students need to get a residence permit from the local authorities in Germany if the applicant is planning to stay for longer than 3 months. The entire visa process may take up to 2 months.
Osnabruck University offers a number of bachelor's degrees as well as study programs to all the applicants. For the bachelor's degree, international students can only apply for the winter semester. The basic admission process for all the courses is the same.
Admission Requirements: Applicants must provide the following documents at the time of admission:
Students who want to continue their studies after completing a bachelor’s degree should admit to the four-semester master’s program to get specialized learning in their chosen subject.
The university offers a range of graduate programs in diverse fields of education. However, only two programs are available in the English language- MSc. Nanosciences - Materials, Molecules and Cells , and MSc. Physics. The specific admission requirements for several graduate programs may vary while the general admission requirements remain the same.
Application Portal: Online Application
Osnabruck University does not have any fixed timeline for admission decisions. International applicants are recommended to contact the admission office for further information.