Registration to attend an evening gymnasium Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

Here you will find information about admission to an evening gymnasium as well as special features of the school form.

Das Abendgymnasium ist eine Einrichtung des Zweiten Bildungsweges. Es bietet Ihnen als erwachsenem Studierenden mit Berufserfahrung die Möglichkeit, nach einem dreijährigen Bildungsgang die allgemeine Hochschulreife (Abitur) zu erwerben. Sie durchlaufen eine einjährige Einführungsphase im Klassenverband und eine zweijährige Qualifikationsphase im Kurssystem.

Am Abendgymnasium wird Ihnen ein hohes Maß an Allgemeinbildung vermittelt, Sie werden gezielt auf ein Hochschulstudium vorbereitet. Mit dem Erwerb des höchsten deutschen Schulabschlusses geht eine persönliche Weiterentwicklung einher, die für Sie neben dem Abschluss eine wichtige Voraussetzung für das berufliche Weiterkommen darstellt.

Das Abendgymnasium ist für Sie eine richtige Wahl, wenn Sie Ihre aktuelle Berufstätigkeit (noch) nicht ganz aufgeben wollen oder können. Der Unterricht findet in der Regel an fünf Wochentagen am Abend und an zwei Standorten auch am Vormittag statt.

Alternativ wird das Modell "Abitur-online" angeboten. Darin ist der Unterricht je zur Hälfte in "Präsenzphasen" (zwei bis drei Wochentage in der Schule) und in "Distanzphasen" (begleitetes Lernen zu Hause am PC mithilfe einer internetgestützten Lernplattform) organisiert.

With the application for admission, you must submit the following documents:

  • a CV with a photo,
  • another photo for the student ID card,
  • a certified copy of the certificate of completion or leaving certificate of the last general education school (e.B. secondary school) and, if applicable, a vocational school,
  • certified copies of a vocational qualification certificate after completion of the training or other certificates of employment of at least two years,
  • a certificate of your current professional activity.

Forms for the application can be found on the evening grammar schools' websites.

Preconditions

To be admitted to the evening gymnasium, you must meet the following requirements:

  • They complete the 19th year of life in the first half of the school year in which admission takes place.
  • You have completed secondary education I - secondary school leaving certificate or an equivalent degree.
  • They can demonstrate a completed vocational training or a regulated professional activity of at least two years. Periods of full-time employment for a total of 24 months do not have to be coherent and can also be calculated from part-time employment. Periods of budgetary management, voluntary services and downtime (unemployment) can also be recognised.
  • You have not tried an Abitur exam more than once even in another federal state without success.
  • They are currently working or are registered as unemployed by the Federal Employment Agency.

Related Links

  • Ordinance on the Evening Grammar School and the College (VO-AK)
  • - Ordinance on diplomas in high school, vocational high school, evening high school and college (AVO-GOBAK):
  • You apply directly to the evening gymnasium you have chosen and prove with the necessary documents that you meet the requirements (see above). After the initial contact, a consultation with the school management usually takes place.
  • With a secondary school leaving certificate, you must first take a one-year pre-course, which starts on 1 February and includes 14 hours of evening lessons per week, usually three days a week. Once successful, you will be included in the introductory phase. With the successful completion of the introductory phase, you will obtain advanced secondary education I and will be transferred to the qualification phase.
  • With the Advanced Secondary Education I obtained in the first course of education, you can be directly admitted to the qualification phase.
  • With a university entrance qualification, you can also enter the qualification phase directly, provided that you can demonstrate sufficient knowledge in a second foreign language.

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Last update or date of publication
14.04.2021