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Master application

Fachhochschule Dortmund offers a wide range of Master's degree programs. These include Master's degree courses without admission restrictions, Master's degree courses with admission restrictions, continuing education Master's degree courses and Master's degree courses in English.

Your documents for the Master's application

Regardless of which Master's degree program you are applying for, we need the following documents from you during the online application process, preferably in one pdf file. These can be uploaded during the online application:

1. bachelor's or diploma certificate and transcript of records (in German or English).

All of the following information must be recognizable on the document(s)

  • your name
  • the name of the issuing university
  • the name of the study program you attended
  • a list of the courses you have attended
  • the total number of ECTS credits required to complete the study program you attended
  • the ECTS credits you have earned so far
  • the (provisional) average grade as a decimal number

2. module handbook (in German or English)

Please note:
They must be official documents from your university. Self-generated documents will not be accepted.

If the information required above is not visible on the uploaded document(s) and is not submitted by the end of the application deadline, your application is incomplete. Unfortunately, your application cannot then be processed and cannot be considered for the allocation of study places.

If you have not yet completed your studies at the time of application, please note that proof of graduation must be submitted by 31.03. (when applying for a summer semester) / by 30.09. (when applying for a winter semester) at the latest. Otherwise, enrollment is not possible even in the case of admission.

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