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To apply you require the „Application for recognition of previously obtained credits (Part A)" from the relevant TU Berlin examination board with placement in a higher degree semester.
How to be placed in a higher degree semester:
You must submit the following to the relevant examination board of TU Berlin and request placement in a higher semester:
You can find the contact details for the relevant examination board via the TU Berlin degree programs (click on the degree program for which you are applying).
On the basis of your credits you will be placed in a particular degree semester for which you may then apply via uni-assist. The degree semester must fall within the standard period of study for the respective degree program at TU Berlin and must also be available in the semester for which you would like to apply. The placement decision must be identical to the degree semester for which you apply online in “My assist” online portal on the uni-assist website.
Should you have conclusively failed an examination in the degree program you have been studying thus far at a university in the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway, the examination board must additionally be satisfied that the failed examination does not represent an obstacle to you being accepted to the degree program for which you are applying and indicate this in your "Application for recognition of previously obtained credits (Part A)".
The decided "Application for recognition of previously obtained credits (Part A)" must have the stamp and signature of the examination board. If the stamp of the examination board is missing, you must additionally upload the accompanying e-mail or the cover letter of the examination board in tuPORT for verification. If the application was provided with a digital signature by the examination board, the accompanying e-mail or cover letter from the examination board is not required.
It can take some time to process your application. We therefore recommend that you contact the examination board promptly in order to ensure that your placement in a higher degree semester of the degree program is complete in time. Because you must submit the "Application for recognition of previously obtained credits (Part A)" to uni-assist before the expiry of the application deadline.
The "Application for recognition of previously obtained credits (Part B) and the proof of all the credits you have thus far acquired are retained by the examination board.
The selection process in a higher degree semester of a restricted admission degree program (with NC) begins mid-September each year for the winter semester and mid-March each year for the summer semester. You will receive the decision for admission or rejection exclusively by email without PDF attachment. It will not be sent by post/mail.
If you were previously enrolled in the same degree program with the same study and examination regulations at TU Berlin, you are a re-registrant.
When re-registering, you can only apply for the semester you were placed in by the TU Berlin examination board ("Fachsemestereinstufung"). The semester must fall within the standard period of study for your degree program AND be offered the semester you are applying (i.e. winter or summer semester). You must also submit a certificate of good academic standing from the TU Berlin Examination Office, confirming you still have the right to take examinations in the requested degree program. Please note that it is not possible to be placed back in the first degree semester!
Nationals of the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway applying for a restricted admission degree program (with NC) must register with hochschulstart.de:
You can submit your application online exclusively. This means: The following required application documents don’t have to be submitted as hard copies to uni-assist but only in electronic form as PDF files by the end of the respective application deadline:
*) Certificates must always be submitted in the language of the country of origin. Should this not be English or German, a German or English translation of the certificate must also be submitted.