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Access to the Master's Study Programmes:

Applications for the Master's programmes in Industrial Engineering are submitted in two parallel steps:

  1. Registration for matriculation (further information can be found further down this page) and
  2. Examination of access requirements

 

Examination of access requirements

The examination of the admission requirements for the Master's programmes in Industrial Engineering takes place within the framework of an admission procedure. Admission will be decided on the basis of previous academic achievements.

Applicants for one of the Master's programmes in Industrial Engineering register via our online portal and insert the following documents in PDF format:

  • First degree certificate
  • Complete proof of academic and examination achievements (e.g. Transcript of Records)

If the certificate has not yet been issued, the following documents must be submitted in certified form:

  • Current transcript of grades and complete proof of academic and examination achievements (e.g. Transcript of Records)
  • Copy of the higher education entrance qualification (Abitur certificate)
  • Other relevant certificates from the fields of economics and electrical engineering, if available

In addition, the following paper documents are required, which must be submitted to the chairman of the examination board, Prof. Tutsch:

  • Certified first-degree certificate
  • Certified complete proof of academic and examination achievements (e.g. Transcript of Records)

If the certificate has not yet been issued, the following documents shall be attached:

  • Certified current grade excerpt as well as complete proof of academic and examination achievements (e.g. Transcript of Records)
  • Certified copy of the university entrance qualification (Abitur certificate)

    Deadlines for the submission of applications in order to verify the eligibility requirements:

    • for the winter semester: 31 August
    • for the summer semester: 28 February
    • Extension possible in justified exceptional cases


    Please send your application documents to the following address:

    Bergische Universität Wuppertal
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dietmar Tutsch
    Lehrstuhl für Automatisierungstechnik / Informatik
    Rainer-Gruenter-Str. 21
    42119 Wuppertal
    If you have any questions please send a message to: E-Mail

    The examination and evaluation of your documents generally takes place promptly after receipt, so that an early application is highly recommended in order to avoid longer waiting periods, which are to be expected at the end of the application deadline.If the situation is unclear, a personal interview may be necessary.

     

    Registration for matriculation

    • Prospective students with a Bachelor's degree (or comparable) from a non-German university first apply via

      Bergische Universität Wuppertal
      uni-assist e.V.
      11507 Berlin
      GERMANY
      Internetpräsenz: www.uni-assist.de

      Application deadline:
           - for the winter semester until 15 July
           - for the summer semester until 15 January

      uni-assist examines the applications and informs the International Office of the University of Wuppertal of the results. The International Office forwards the documents for examination to the responsible examination board, which carries out an admission procedure according to point 1. Matriculation is carried out by the International Office.

    • International students with a foreign university entrance qualification who have already successfully completed their studies at a German university apply to the International Office with the complete application for admission, i.e. also with the corresponding certificate of the examination board, after having been admitted by the examination board.
      If you have any questions about the above procedures, please contact us:

          Mrs. Pfeifer
          International Office of the University of Wuppertal
          42097 Wuppertal, Germany
          Phone: 0202 439-3836
          e-mail

    • Applicants who are already enrolled at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal:
      It is not necessary to register for matriculation at the Student Office or the International Office. As soon as you have received the decision on whether you meet the admission requirements of the Examination Board, please submit it together with the certificate of your previous degree to the Student Office or the International Office in person for registration..

    • All other prospective students register at the Student Office of the University of Wuppertal via the enrolment form. The portal for enrolment is available
               

      • until 15th October for a winter semester,
      • and until 15th April for a summer semester

    Please note the different submission deadlines and addresses for the two steps above!
    Registration is not possible without admission! 


    Limited Repeatability of Subject with Special Requirements

    The Examination Board has decided that the repeatability of examinations from the requirements laid down in the admission protocols is limited.

    In this regard, the regulations of the respective courses from the examination regulations of the Bachelor's programme apply.
    This means that some examinations can only be repeated to a limited extent (in accordance with the examination regulations for the Bachelor's programme in Industrial Engineering and Electrical Engineering).

    This regulation applies from the examination period July 2010.

    Previous examination attempts will not be considered with regard to "limited repeatability".


    Contact

    If you have general questions about the courses of study, please contact the advisors at the following addresses

     

    Electrical Engineering
    Industrial Engineering

    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dietmar Tutsch

    Phone: (0202) 439-1945

    E-Mail

          

    Prof. Dr. Peter Witt

    Phone: (0202) 439-3572

    E-Mail

     


     

    If you have any questions or problems specific to your examination, please contact the representatives of the Examination Board.