Start Your Degree in the Summer Semester


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Those interested in studying at the University of Bremen can for the first time start their degree course in the summer semester. Two digital information events on December 6, and January 11, both from 4 to 6 p.m., will provide information on how to apply.

For the first time in the 2024 summer semester, the University of Bremen is offering the opportunity to start a new degree course in April. Previously, it was only possible to start undergraduate bachelor’s degree programs in the winter semester. Degree programs in the natural and engineering sciences, mathematics, computer science, as well as in the humanities and social sciences are available to start in the summer semester. A complete overview of the degree programs starting then can be found at the webpage of the University of Bremen with the following link.

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Application Phase from December 1, to January 15

Prospective students can apply online for the upcoming summer semester from the beginning of December 2023 until January 15, 2024, via the university’s MOIN application portal.

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Study Place Guaranteed

All degree programs accepting new students for the summer semester 2024 are open-admission. For some, certain course-specific requirements such as language certificates are necessary for enrollment in addition to the university entrance qualification. From 2024, it will be possible for those who do not have a high school diploma and can study on the basis of vocational training, but also for those with a high school diploma who initially opted for other paths to start studying earlier, namely in April instead of October. This is particularly attractive in light of the fact that an amendment to the Higher Education Act of the State of Bremen last year created new opportunities for studying without a high school diploma.

The two digital information events will cover all the requirements for starting a degree course in the summer semester and the online application procedure. Register at

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Enquiring helps!

The Central Student Advisory Service (ZSB) informs and advises everyone who has questions regarding studying.

You can find out the current office hours on the homepage of the Central Student Advisory Service at

The International Office is responsible for advising international students and prospective students. You can find the right contact person here.