Online application via uni-assist for Bachelor’s programmes

Application with foreign qualifications

Online application via uni-assist

Applicants with foreign educational qualifications need to apply via uni-assist.

As a joint institution of German universities, uni-assist carries out an expert examination of all admission requirements, for which it charges a fee.

It can take up to six weeks for uni-assist to check your application documents. Please apply in due time!

Applications for the winter semester are possible from May onwards. You can apply for the summer semester from November on.

Online application procedure

  1. Create your account in the uni-assist portal.
  2. Prepare all documents required for the application (please see below).
  3. Enter Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences in the search bar at uni-assist.
  4. Select your degree programme.
  5. Pay the fee.
  6. Follow the steps and upload the required documents.
  7. You are done! Submit your application.
  8. Check the uni-assist portal regularly. You can find out about the status of your application and any missing documents there at any time.

Once it has positively verified that all admission requirements have been met, uni-assist forwards the application on to Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences, and the university makes the decision concerning admission. Then you will communicate directly with the university via the university’s online application portal. The admissions and application procedure at Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences is free of charge.

Application documents

  • Certificate of higher education entrance qualification and its translation (including the overview of subjects and grades)
  • Evidence of the necessary language skills
  • Curriculum vitae (complete, chronological)
  • Passport (The copy only needs to contain the page with your picture and your personal data.)

If necessary:

  • Proof of having passed a university entrance exam (If you have passed a university entrance exam in your country of origin, please submit the relevant certificate.)
  • Proof of study periods and its translation

The application via uni-assist is an online application. Upload your certificates in their original language and as a translation into German or English. Translations must be carried out by a certified translator and must be stamped and signed. If you get admission, you must submit your certificates as an officially certified copy to the university with the application for enrolment.

After application


An enrolment certificate is needed for the visa appointment.
In some countries it can take a very long time to get an appointment at the German embassy. Therefore, it is recommended to book a visa appointment as early as possible, even if the applicant has not received the enrolment certificate yet. However, it is important to bring the enrolment certificate to the visa appointment.

Nationals of non-EU states must demonstrate, when applying for a visa, that they have sufficient financial means (currently €934 per month) for the first year of their studies.

Notice of admission

Applications for programmes with no admission restrictions are processed continuously. Notices of admission will be sent by the university via the university’s Onlinecampus portal.

For programmes with admission restrictions that start in the winter semester, you will be informed of the results of the admission procedure via the university’s Onlinecampus portal from the beginning of August on.

For programmes with an aptitude test, applicants are informed of the result in the university’s Onlinecampus portal after the department has evaluated the test.


As soon as you have received a Letter of Acceptance, please reply to the acceptance of your place of study:

  1. Submit a paper Application for Admission (by post or in person).
  2. Submit any missing officially certified copy of your documents (by post or in person).
  3. Transfer the semester fee.

Only then the enrolment is completed.

The enrolment certificate will then be sent by post (within Germany) or by e-mail (outside Germany).

Dates and deadlines

winter semester summer semester
Start of semester
1 October 1 April
Application deadlines
Programmes with no admission restrictions 15 August 15 February
Programmes with admission restrictions 31 May
Programmes with an aptitude test 31 May 30 November
Programme Sustainable Resources, Engineering and Mangement (StREaM)
30 November