University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE), one of the largest University of Germany, situated at Ruhr metropolis, with campuses at Duisburg and Essen.
|Application Portal||Uni-assist application portal or University Application portal|
|Application Fee||75 EUR|
|Payment Mode||Bank transfer or by credit card|
|Acceptance Rate||Not available|
|Financial aids||Scholarships, Work-study|
|Admission helpdesk||International Office, Campus Duisburg Building SG (Geibelstr. 41) 47057 Duisburg|
Tel: +49 (0)203-379 3704/ 2304
Fax: +49 (0)203-379 3705
Most of the courses at University of Duisburg-Essen begin in both Summer and Winter terms. Master’s programs and International Studies in Engineering has its own application deadlines and can be found in their respective websites. The general period for application is given below,
International students go through similar procedures as native applicants. Foreign applicants must obtain a German Student visa before studies at UDE.
The language of instruction at the University of Duisburg-Essen is German, including for some of the International English programs. All the students, thus, have to show a language proficiency of level B1 in German and in English. Master’s programs may ask for the proficiency of B2 or better depending on the course of selection and this can be found on the University website. The minimum requirement of English language proficiency, for the admission of most of the Undergraduate courses, is given below:
|IELTS-Academic||Band 3 or 4|
An applicant who completed their Qualifying degree, where English was a major, can be exempted from the above requirements.
International students applying for admission at a German institute are required to have a residence permit visa for educational purposes or student visas.
There are 6 International Bachelor’s programs(BSc.) available at UDE, which are under the faculty of Engineering. The requirements, in Academics and in Language, for the admission, varies based on the selected course. The Academic requirements for bachelor’s admission are mentioned below:
Where to apply: Application is done online via uni-assist application portal
Admission fee: 75 EUR per application
The 16 International Master’s courses are mainly delivered under the faculties of Engineering, Chemistry, and Biology. For degrees like Master of Arts, the language requirements may vary from the common criteria and the applicant must check for such cases. Some of the general criteria to be eligible for the Master’s entry are given below:
Where to apply: Application is done online through University Application portal
As per 2019 statistics, 42294 students are enrolled in 247-degree programs. There are several English-taught courses for International students on subjects ranging from Humanities, Education, Social Science to Engineering, Medicine, Natural Science, and Economics. International applicants are required to fulfill English language requirements for international programs and German language requirements for other courses.