Allocation of study places at a university by the SfH Informationserteilung

If you are pursuing certain courses of study, the universities will allocate places in cooperation with the Foundation for University Admission (SfH).

Universities can allocate their locally restricted study places centrally as part of the "Dialogue-Oriented Service Procedure" (DoSV) via the Foundation for University Admission (SfH).

The dialogue-oriented service procedure supports the participating universities in their admission processes for the first semester.

Advantages:

  • Multiple admissions at different universities are no longer possible and unfilled study places are prevented.
  • Prospective students can use the online ranking to track their application status at any time, accept admission offers from universities and assess their chances of finding a study place.
  • Due to the transparency of the schedule, the start of studies can be better planned.

Inquire in advance at the respective university.

Forms: Application form
Online procedure possible: yes
Written form required: partial
Personal appearance required: no


Preconditions

Inquire in advance at the respective university.

Related Links

  • Act on the State Treaty of 5 June 2008 on the Establishment of a Joint Institution for University Admission

Related Links

  • University of Potsdam (UP)
  • University of Applied Sciences Potsdam (FHP)
  • Wildau University of Applied Sciences
  • University of Applied Sciences for Sustainable Development Eberswalde (HNEE)

You upload your documents both at the university and on the website hochschulstart.de.

There, the data received is viewed and coordinated.

After the application deadline, a ranking list of all applicants will be created for each registered field of study.

As soon as you accept the offer of a university, you disappear from the system and the next interested person advances in the ranking.

Responsible for the content
Ministry of Science, Research and Culture of the State of Brandenburg

Last update or date of publication
04.06.2020