Admission Requirements - UNIES

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Undergraduate Degree Programmes | BACHELOR

Applicants who are admitted into any bachelor's degree programme have met the following admission requirements: (A-/AS-Level, technical baccalaureate, graduation, high school diploma, baccalaureate, or equivalent ...)

• A-/AS Level
• Recognized Gymnasium Matura / Abitur
• Officially approved vocational qualification
• Recognised Fachmaturität / Technical Diploma
• Teaching Diploma qualifying for university studies
• Higher Diploma from a recognized college or other Further Education Institute

Specific programmes of studies may additionally require an additional qualification test.

Graduate Degree Programmes | MASTER

For admission to a Master's Degree programme, applicants must have a completed Bachelor's Degree (or equivalent), a good qualification is required.

UNIES widely accepts Higher Education Degrees without regard for the country of origin or foreign Higher Education system, however, the Undergraduate Degree has to be recognized in the country of origin.

Equally welcomed are applications through the so-called Work-based Entry Route. Depending on the selected programme of studies a specific amount of working experience, which may have to fulfil different levels in an organisational hierarchy, qualify for studies as well. The specific requirements for such applications are outlined in each Programme Outline or are available through UNIES’s Admission Office.

Professional and Research Doctorate | DBA, PhD
(and other Degree Pathways)

Candidates must be in possession of a recognised Master’s Degree; i.e., it has to be awarded by an officially acknowledged Higher Education Institution. Equally, graduates without a Master’s Degree, who have been awarded another recognized Degree directly comparable to a Postgraduate Degree (equivalent to level 7 of studies) may be admitted. However such admission should be considered as exceptional and is not the standard form of admission on this level of studies. Applicable regulation acknowledge national differences, which may exist internationally.

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