Thank you for your interest in Ansbach University.

Here you will find detailed information about the application procedure and a successful start to your studies.


Please also refer to the pages of the General Student Advisory Service and the Student Services.

Incomings are invited to have a look at the page of our International Office.

Application for Bachelor's degree programmes

Application deadlines

For all degree programmes, timely application via the online applicant portal is required. Please note that the following deadlines are cut-off periods. Your application must therefore be received by us by the end of the last day of the respective deadline at the latest.

Application Deadlines for Admission Restricted Courses of Study

02 May to 15 July (winter semester)

01 December to 15 January (summer semester)

Application deadlines for admission-free study programmes

Applications for admission-free study programmes are generally to be submitted by

  • 02 May to 30 September (winter semester)
  • 01 December to 14 March (summer semester)

Please refer to the online applicant portal for different deadlines!

Application procedure for admission-free study programmes

  • Before applying, please register online at the applicant portal. You will need a valid e-mail address to do this.
  • Once your access to the online applicant portal has been activated, you can apply within the application deadline. The application deadline is 30.09. for the winter semester.
  • Please follow the instructions in the portal for a successful application. Upload all necessary documents and send your application via the corresponding button. You can also send your application if you have not yet uploaded all the documents. In this case, please make sure that the missing documents are submitted on time.
  • You can track the applicant status in the applicant portal.
  • As soon as we have received all your documents and you meet the admission requirements, you will receive an admission. You will then be able to view your notification of admission online in the applicant portal.
  • If you receive a positive notification, you can accept your place online within a certain period, usually mid to end of August.
  • You can also enrol directly via the online application portal (usually by September).
  • Final enrolment is usually carried out online by the university.
  • All current deadlines and information on the status of the procedure can be found regularly on the applicant portal.

Application procedure for study courses with restricted admissions

The Ansbach University of Applied Sciences participates in the Dialog-Oriented Service Procedure (DoSV) for restricted admission courses.

This procedure supports us in our admission processes and helps to avoid vacancies.

For a smooth application, please read the DoSV agenda carefully and adhere to the given procedure.

The following courses are restricted in the summer semester 2020:

  • Intercultural Management Part-Time (IKM)
  • Intercultural Management Full Time (IKV)

Documents for courses of study

Only the application for admission which is generated after completion of your online application (button Send application) is admissible. Please keep this in a safe place.


If you wish to apply for more than one degree programme with limited admission, please submit your application online in due form and time for each programme.

References to other admission applications or earlier applications cannot be considered!

All documents must be uploaded online in the applicant portal. You can find out which these are in the online applicant portal. Please do not submit any documents by post, as we will not return them to you.

You can check the status of your application and admission procedure at any time on the applicant portal.

Submission of documents

The online applicant portal lists which documents you may have to submit to us.

The deadline for the subsequent upload of documents in courses with restricted admission is 27 July for the winter semester (cut-off period). This only applies to certificates issued after 15 July.
Please contact the Student Services.

Temporary certificates cannot be accepted.

For an application for the summer semester, you can upload missing documents by 01 March.

Allocation of study places in degree programmes with restricted admissions

The following award rules apply:

From the calculated study place capacity, study places are made available in advance for certain applications for study places. These pre-allocation quotas include, for example, composite students who are undergoing vocational training parallel to their studies, those with vocational qualifications or certain foreign nationals.

The remaining places are allocated according to qualification and waiting period.

Selection according to qualification

Study places are awarded on the basis of the best average grade of the university entrance qualification. So there is no NC. The limit grades with which you can still obtain a place at university vary from year to year.

Within this quota, a special quota is formed for applicants who have acquired their higher education entrance qualification at a technical college or vocational college.

Selection by waiting period

In the case of selection by waiting period, the rank of the application is determined by the number of half-years that have elapsed since the acquisition of the higher education entrance qualification. The waiting period does not include periods of study at a university in the Federal Republic of Germany.

Until the quota ceases to apply from 01.10.2022, a transitional bonus system will be applied. A bonus of 0.1 per waiting year will be credited to the average grade of the higher education entrance qualification, up to a maximum of 0.7.

Basic internship

The following applies to the course of studies in Departmental Journalism: At the beginning of your studies, you must complete an internship or several internships in the editorial department of a current mass medium (in particular daily newspaper, radio, TV, online/crossmedia, PR/public relations) of a total duration of at least four weeks. The internship can be completed in the first two semesters. However, we recommend that you complete the internship before beginning your studies.

In the Industrial Engineering degree course, a basic internship of 8 weeks in total must be completed within the first two years of study. Here, comparable activities that were performed before the studies can be recognized upon application. The application can only be made after matriculation.

An information sheet on the basic internship in industrial engineering can be found here.

Professionally qualified

Access opportunities for people with vocational qualifications have been considerably expanded.

§ 29 of the Qualifications Ordinance lists the qualifications that open up general access to higher education. These are, for example

  • the certificate of the passed master examination,
  • the certificate of completion of an equivalent continuing vocational training examination,
  • a certificate of successful completion of the final examination at a vocational school or academy (not a vocational school),
  •     etc.

§ 30 of the Qualifications Ordinance lists the qualifications that open up subject-restricted access to higher education. Prerequisites are

    Completion of at least two years of vocational training in a field related to the desired degree programme;
    a subsequent period of at least three years of full-time professional experience in a field related to the desired course of study and
    a passed trial study*.

All professionally qualified students must conduct a counselling interview with the General Student Advisory Service before commencing their studies, i.e. within the application period. Please contact us for this purpose.

"*Trial studies" - You start your studies in October and after one year your examination results will be checked. If these grades are good, you will continue your studies as normal.

Change of university and study programme

In principle, admissions to higher semesters are only possible in all Bachelor's degree programmes with restricted admissions at the university if

  • Study places have been returned or have become vacant for other reasons (free capacities);
  • a corresponding offer is available for the semester applied for;
  • the amount of academic and examination achievements achieved so far can be recognised to the extent that the ECTS achieved is at most 20 points below the point limit normally attainable for the semester applied for (30 ECTS per semester).

The number of recognised ECTS must therefore be as follows for the respective semester:

  • 2nd semester: min. 21 ECTS
  • 3rd semester: min. 40 ECTS
  • 4th semester: min. 70 ECTS
  • 5th semester: min. 100 ECTS
  • 6th semester: min. 130 ECTS
  • 7th semester: min. 160 ECTS

Example:
You are applying for the 3rd semester. You will be recognized less than 40 ECTS --> No admission!

The recognition of examination achievements with the corresponding ECTS takes place according to the current study and examination regulations of the Ansbach University of Applied Sciences for the corresponding course of studies.

Application deadlines

An application for entry into a higher semester is possible at the following times:

  • for the summer semester: 01.12. - 15.01.
  • for the winter semester: 02.05. - 15.07.

These are cut-off periods!

Application possibilities summer semester 2020

 

For the summer semester 2020, places are available in the following restricted degree programmes:

The announcement of possible places will be made in good time at the beginning of the application period.

In the admission-free study programmes, places are available in all the above-mentioned higher semesters.
Documents to be submitted

Please submit the following documents in due time as part of your online application in order to apply in due form:

  • Your higher education entrance qualification (e.g. certificate of general qualification for university entrance)
  • Study and examination regulations of the current study programme
  • Module description (Bachelor) or curriculum (Diploma) You will find the module manuals of Ansbach University of Applied Sciences in the individual study programmes
  • De-registration certificate
  • Application for recognition of competences

Recognition of competences (learning objectives) means that, upon application and under certain conditions, examination achievements already achieved in the higher education sector, but also outside the higher education sector, e.g. advanced training examinations of the IHK or HWK, can be counted towards module or module part examinations.

Important note: Please note that according to the APO, applications must be submitted by the end of the semester at which enrolment took place at the latest (WS until 14.03. and SS until 30.09.).

This deadline applies exclusively to credits for competences acquired before matriculation in the current degree programme.

Before submitting your application, you should compare your previous examination achievements with the respective module description (LSF) for which you wish to apply for crediting. In the case of higher education institutions, this should be done on the basis of the module description; in the case of non-university institutions, it should be done on the basis of an official description of the content and scope.
If you have any questions regarding content, please first contact the relevant academic advisor for your degree programme.
In the case of questions relating to examination law i.V.m. Credits, please contact the responsible student service clerk.

In particular, please make sure that you enclose the relevant documents as proof: Original confirmation of grades and module description of the institution at which the service was provided
Important note: An already recognised module or module part examination can no longer be cancelled after the announcement of the crediting; the announcement is made via the online grading portal of the University of Applied Sciences Ansbach.

Current confirmation of grades with signature and stamp
If you are still able to take exams in the semester before the planned change of university or degree programme, an updated confirmation of grades can be submitted up to the end of the semester:

  • 1 March for the summer semester
  • 15 August for the WiSe

This is a preclusive period!

Award procedure for foreign students

Special features

Quota for foreign nationals and stateless persons in degree programmes with restricted admission:
Only foreign or stateless applicants who are not nationals of a member state of the European Union and who have not acquired their higher education entrance qualification in the Federal Republic of Germany or at a German school abroad are considered in the so-called foreigner quota. EU citizens are treated in the same way as Germans under admission law.
For admission to the quota of foreigners, 5% of the study places are reserved. If more foreigners have applied to a university than are available within the 5 % quota, the applicants will only be selected according to the degree of qualification.

Foreign certificates of education (foreign certificates etc.)
If you have acquired your higher education entrance qualification abroad, you must upload it with the VPD decision and proof of your German language skills as part of your application.

Certificate examination procedure by uni-assist e.V.

    If you have completed your schooling or education abroad, you must submit an officially certified copy and an officially certified German or English translation to uni-assist e.V. for evaluation.

    You can fill out the application for verification (VPD) of your educational certificates online and send it to uni-assist e.V. The application can be found at www.uni-assist.de. There you will also find more detailed information on the procedure. A preliminary examination documentation of your higher education entrance qualification is possible all year round. Please note that uni-assist e.V. usually takes 4 - 6 weeks to process your documents - so please submit your documents in good time.

    For the processing by uni-assist e.V., a fee is due which you must transfer directly to uni-assist e.V..

    Please upload the notification of the preliminary examination documentation (VPD) in good time as part of your application.

The university will decide whether your proof of education entitles you to study the desired degree programme or whether you have to take an assessment test.

Direct access to higher education

Applicants whose educational certificates enable direct access to higher education must prove that they have passed a German language examination in order to be admitted.

Only the following German examinations are recognised:

    German Language Diploma of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany - Second Stage -
    German language examination for the admission to higher education of foreign applicants (DSH) with a result of level DSH1 (B2)
    Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache für ausländische Studienbewerber (TestDaF) with a result that indicates TestDaF level 3 in all four sub-tests.
    Certificate of the examination to determine the suitability of foreign applicants for admission to higher education in the Federal Republic of Germany (Feststellungsprüfung)
    Proof of German language skills that have been recognised by bilateral agreements or other agreements concluded by the KMK or HRK as sufficient proof of language proficiency for admission to higher education studies.
    The Large or Small German Language Diploma and the certificate of the Central Advanced Level Examination (ZOP) of the Goethe-Institut or the Goethe-Zertifikat of the Goethe-Institut with a result of level B2.
    The "Deutsche Sprachprüfung II" of the Munich Language and Interpreting Institute
    Certificates for the passed exam "telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule" (telc German C1 University)

The proof of having passed the German examination must be uploaded as part of the application. The deadlines can be found on the online application portal.

Admission to higher education via assessment test

If necessary, you must take the examination to determine the suitability of foreign applicants for admission to higher education in the Federal Republic of Germany before commencing your studies.

Preparation for the Feststellungsprüfung is carried out on

Studienkolleg at the Universities of Applied Sciences of the Free State of Bavaria
Friedrich-Streib-Straße 2
96450 Coburg

phone: 09561/427060

We will tell you whether you have to attend the Studienkolleg after checking your application documents.

After passing the Feststellungsprüfung, you can matriculate at a Bavarian university of applied sciences. However, it depends on the result of the selection procedure.

Applicants from the People's Republic of China

Applicants from the People's Republic of China must submit the original certificate to the Beijing Academic Evaluation Centre at the university.

Second degree in an admissions-restricted degree programme

Second degree

A second degree course is one in which you have already successfully completed a course of study at a German university or will complete it by the application deadline (15.01. or 15.07.) and apply for a further course of study.

They can only be admitted within the special quota of 4% of the study places. The quota only applies to degree programmes with limited admission.

Selection procedure

The selection of second degree applicants is based on the following criteria:

* Examination result of the first degree and

* Reasons for the second course of study

Points are awarded for both criteria. The points are added to a measurement number. The score is decisive for your placement on the ranking list of second degree applicants. Applicants with a larger measurement number take precedence over applicants with a smaller measurement number. Thus there is a clear ranking order. After this, the second study applicants are selected until the quota is exhausted.

Evidence for the application

The following additional documents must be uploaded as part of the online application:

* First degree certificates (all pages) including the average grade with which you completed your first degree.

* An informal, detailed, written justification for your second degree wish with details of your previous education and professional activity as well as your intended career goal. Finally, the statement of reasons should include all aspects that are relevant for your second degree course; the reasons given (see below) should be explicitly stated.

* Higher education entrance qualification (certificate of general or subject-related higher education entrance qualification or Fachhochschulreife).

Further information on the application procedure can be found under "Application procedure for admission-restricted degree programmes".

Special requests

In order to compensate for particular hardships and disadvantages, applicants with disabilities may file an application for hardship or for compensation for disadvantages in order to improve the average grade or the waiting period.

These applications are only necessary in the case of study programmes with restricted admissions.
Hardship application

Exceptional hardship occurs when special social or family reasons within one's own person make the immediate commencement of studies imperative. The rejection of the application for admission would have to be associated with disadvantages for applicants which, if a strict standard is applied, considerably exceed the extent of the disadvantages usually associated with the rejection.

Example: Illness with a tendency to worsen, which requires immediate commencement of studies.
Improvement of grade or waiting time

The purpose of this application is to improve the average grade or the waiting period in order to compensate for any impairment of performance when acquiring a higher education entrance qualification.

Example: Prolonged absence due to illness during the last three years before acquiring the higher education entrance qualification.
Documents to be submitted

The application and the supporting documents (e.g. specialist medical opinion, personal presentation of the application, school report) must be submitted in due time and in full as part of the online application.

Further information and requirements can be found in the information sheets of the Foundation for Admission to Universities, which can be found in the Download Area.

Matriculation and CampusCard

Only after matriculation (= enrolment) do you become a member of Ansbach University of Applied Sciences and acquire the status of a student.

If you are assigned a place at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences, you will receive a notification of admission. In this notification you will be informed by when you can register online.

You will also find which documents you have to upload on your notification of admission.

If the documents are not complete, matriculation cannot take place.

You can carry out the provisional enrolment online until September. Further information can be found in the notification of admission and in the online application portal.

Matriculation is regulated in the statutes on the matriculation, re-registration and exmatriculation procedure.

CampusCard

Each student receives a personalized CampusCard. The CampusCard will only be handed over personally and on presentation of a valid identity document. The CampusCards can be issued in September at the earliest.

Health insurance

Important: Without a health insurance certificate, matriculation is not possible.

If you have statutory health insurance, we need it:

  • an insurance certificate from your health insurance company
  • Registration form of your health insurance company for notification of matriculation/exmatriculation

If you are not covered by statutory health insurance, we need:

  • confirmation from a statutory health insurance fund that you are "insurance-free, exempt from compulsory insurance or not subject to compulsory insurance".

The documents must be uploaded online as part of the application process.

Applicants who come from an EU member state must also submit an insurance certificate.

If there are changes in your health insurance, you must inform the Student Service immediately. Otherwise, you may not be able to re-register or continue your studies.

The above documents must also be submitted again if you have been exmatriculated by the Ansbach University of Applied Sciences and are re-enrolling for the next semester, e.g. in another degree programme.

FAQ

Do I have the right to study at a university (HZB)?
General information on admission to higher education can be found on the website of the Bavarian State Ministry of Science and the Arts.

 

Did I understand correctly that I don't have to send my Abi-certificate?
Yes, that's true. The certificates are all uploaded online. Nothing has to be sent by post. If you have any questions, we reserve the right to inspect the originals. However, we will contact you for this purpose.

Which documents do I have to send?
Nothing more needs to be sent. The application takes place online and the documents must also be uploaded online.

How do I know if my documents are complete?
The online application will tell you which documents you need to upload. You no longer have to send anything by post. You will receive information on the applicant status or in the document upload of the online applicant portal as to whether documents are incorrect or have been accepted. Since approximately 5000 applications are processed, not every application can be checked for completeness.

Should I also submit samples of my work when applying for the Multimedia and Communication or Departmental Journalism degree courses?
No, work samples, e.g. articles, photos, CDs or folders, are not viewed and have no influence on the allocation of study places. Please save these costs.

How can I take part in the replacement procedure?
If we were not able to allocate you a place immediately, you will automatically take part in the replacement procedure.

How do I find out about the status of the procedure and whether my application has been received?
You will receive all information from us in your online application portal. In the case of an application for a degree programme with restricted admission, however, you will also receive information from Hochschulstart.de by e-mail. It is therefore important that you provide a valid e-mail address when applying online. Please refrain from calling us.

Can I apply for several degree programmes?
Yes, there is always the possibility of applying more than once. To do this, select the degree programme for which you would like to apply. To do this, enter your data several times online.

Do I have to cancel if I do not accept the place?
No, you do not have to tell us. Simply do not accept your place online or do not confirm your provisional enrolment.

Why do I not receive an email notification?
The application process runs exclusively via the online applicant portal. There you will find all relevant information. You should therefore check this regularly.

I missed the application deadline, what else can I do?
You now have to wait and see whether there are any places left at the end of the procedure. For our limited admission courses, you can participate in the clearing procedure of the dialogue-oriented service procedure (usually from the end of August). Information on the procedure can be found on the homepage of www.hochschulstart.de . Furthermore, the remaining study places will be published on the homepage and on the study place exchange. You cannot be included in the current procedure.

How many ECTS credits do I need in order to be admitted to the higher semester?
Click on the following link: www.hs-ansbach.de/service/fuer-studieninteressierte/ Information can be found at the point: "Hochschul- und Studiengangwechsel".

I cannot upload my documents/images.
Make sure that the documents/images have the prescribed file formats (PDF or JPG) and that the permitted file sizes (max. 6MB) have not been exceeded. Alternatively, please try using a different browser.

How do I correct incorrect information or uploaded documents?
As long as you have not yet submitted an application, you can change your data/documents yourself. If you find any errors after submitting your application, please inform us. Please do not send us any documents, but inform us of the incorrect data/documents. The data will be changed by the university; documents must be uploaded again by you after rejection of the document.

I have sent my online application, but now I can no longer access the data, can you help me?
You can call up your application again as a PDF file from the application overview. Data can no longer be changed at this time.

Can documents still be uploaded after the application?
You can send your application and submit the necessary documents later. However, please note the deadlines by which the documents must be received by the university.

Why is a certificate rejected?
Rejected documents are always accompanied by a statement of reasons. This is stored for you under the question mark.

What should I do with the PDF confirmation?
You don't have to do anything else with it. Please save the confirmation as proof of your documents (e.g. for submission to the Family Fund, etc.).

How do I pay the Studentenwerk fee?
The student union fee must be transferred. It currently amounts to 42 euros.
In the letter of admission you will find the bank details and the reason for payment.
Please indicate the reason for payment as described in the notification, otherwise we will not be able to assign your payment.
Only when we have received your payment can we finally register you.

What do I still have to do after I have already enrolled online?
Make sure that you have submitted all the documents required in the upload section. (e.g. health insurance certificate) Check whether you have set up a valid SEPA mandate and uploaded a picture for the Campuscard. Please note that we can only finally register you once your documents have been submitted completely and correctly. You will receive information about this in the applicant portal. You will find information on starting your studies on our homepage from the end of September.

Which health insurance documents have to be uploaded?
Contact your health insurance company and inform them that you need an insurance certificate to register for the university. The health insurance company will send you the relevant document. A simple membership certificate from your health insurance company is not sufficient.

APPLICATION / APPLICATION Part-time Bachelor's Programmes & Part-time and Consecutive Master's Programmes / Master Studies

Information on application modalities / Information about Application

Application Period

>>>HERE<<< you can find a summary of all closing dates for application for the courses!

Information on the part-time Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes (FEE OBLIGATIVE) can be found under the individual degree programmes.

Information on the consecutive Master's programmes can be found under the individual programmes.

Information on fee-based study programmes

Form for payment of tuition fees (German)

Information on the KfW Student Loan can be found here.

Online Application / Online Application

Please note that only an online application is possible!

Change of university and study programme

In principle, admissions to higher semesters are only possible in all Bachelor's degree programmes with restricted admissions at the university if

 

  • Study places have been returned or have become vacant for other reasons (free capacities);
  • a corresponding offer is available for the semester applied for;
  • the amount of academic and examination achievements achieved so far can be recognised to the extent that the ECTS achieved is at most 20 points below the point limit normally attainable for the semester applied for (30 ECTS per semester).

The number of recognised ECTS must therefore be as follows for each semester:

  • 2nd semester: min. 21 ECTS
  • 3rd semester: min. 40 ECTS
  • 4th semester: min. 70 ECTS
  • 5th semester: min. 100 ECTS
  • 6th semester: min. 130 ECTS
  • 7th semester: min. 160 ECTS

Example:
You are applying for the 3rd semester. You will be recognized less than 40 ECTS --> No admission!

The recognition of examination achievements with the corresponding ECTS takes place according to the current study and examination regulations of the Ansbach University of Applied Sciences for the corresponding course of studies.

Application deadlines

An application for entry into a higher semester is possible at the following times:

  • for the summer semester: 01.12. - 15.01.
  • for the winter semester: 02.05. - 15.07.

These are cut-off periods!
Application possibilities for the winter semester 2019/20

Information will follow.

In the admission-free study programmes, places are available in all the above-mentioned higher semesters.

Documents to be submitted

Please submit the following documents in due time as part of your online application in order to apply in due form:

  • Your university entrance qualification
  • (e.g. certificate of general qualification for university entrance)
  • Study and examination regulations of the current study programme
  • Module description (Bachelor) or curriculum (Diploma)
  • You will find the module manuals of the Ansbach University of Applied Sciences in the individual study programmes
  • De-registration certificate
  • Application for recognition of competences

Recognition of competences (learning objectives) means that, upon application (see below) and under certain conditions, examination achievements already completed in the higher education sector, but also outside the higher education sector, e.g. advanced training examinations of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) or the Chamber of Trade and Commerce (HWK), can be counted towards module or module part examinations.

Important note: Please note that according to the APO, applications must be submitted by the end of the semester at which enrolment took place at the latest (WS until 14.03. and SS until 30.09.).

This deadline applies exclusively to credits for competences acquired before matriculation in the current degree programme.

Before you submit your application, you should compare the examination results you have achieved so far with the respective module description (LSF) for which you would like to apply for credit, using the module description for higher education institutions and an official description of the content and scope for non-university examination results.
If you have any questions regarding content, please first contact the relevant academic advisor for your degree programme.
In the case of questions relating to examination law i.V.m. Credits, please contact the responsible student service clerk.

In particular, please make sure that you enclose the relevant documents as proof: original grade confirmation and module description of the institution at which the service was provided

Important note: An already recognised module or module part examination can no longer be cancelled after the announcement of the crediting; the announcement is made via the online grading portal of the University of Applied Sciences Ansbach.

  • Current confirmation of grades with signature and stamp
  • If you are still able to take exams in the semester before the planned change of university or degree programme, an updated confirmation of grades can be submitted up to the end of the semester:
    •     1 March for the summer semester
    •     15 August for the WiSe

    This is a preclusive period!

 

 

    Financial

    Fees

    For studying at Ansbach University, the student union fee of 42 € has to be paid each semester.

    With this 42 € the Studentenwerk finances the dormitory, the refectory and the many counselling services.

    You will find out when and how you have to pay the amount in the notification of admission.


    Reimbursement of contributions

    If you have paid fees and decide against enrolment or if you withdraw your enrolment before the beginning of the semester, we will automatically refund the fee to you.

    If you are enrolled at the beginning of the semester (01.10. or 15.03.), a refund is no longer possible.

    Student finance

    "Study now - pay later": Information on the Bavarian tuition fee loan can be found in the flyer or on the website of the Bavarian State Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts.

    Here you can find the current student loan test: www.che-studienkredit-test.de

    Information on BAföG can be obtained from the Studentenwerk Erlangen-Nürnberg..


    Further financing options:

    Monetos is an independent portal with information on various products from the European financial sector. On Finanzcheck you can compare the credit offers of different providers with each other.

    Bildungsfonds is a bank-independent interest-free promotion. After the study a fixed portion of the gross income is deposited into the fund.

    The Bildungskredit is aimed at German students who have passed the intermediate examination, Master's students and interns under 36 years of age.

    The Promotion Scholarship is aimed at students who have already successfully completed an apprenticeship (average grade 1.9) and can prove two years of professional experience.

    Scholarship Plus: Support for gifted students for above-average, committed and motivated students.

    On the platform mystipendium.de you can find the right financing for your studies and abroad from over 1240 scholarship offers.

    The Darlehenskasse der Bayerischen Studentenwerke offers low-interest Loans for students in need.

    The festo education fund is aimed at technical and engineering students.

    As a company, Deutsche Bildung supports students of all disciplines with tailor-made financing and an online and event offering.

    The BAFÖG bank loan supports students under 30 years of age after the end of the standard period of study or when extending their studies.

    On finanzier-dein-studium.de you find bundled information approximately around the topic study financing.


    Find out more from your bank about financing offers!

    Information on financing a stay abroad can be found on the pages of the International Office.

    BAföG

    The Studentenwerk Erlangen-Nürnberg (office Erlangen) is responsible for the Ansbach University of Applied Sciences.

    Information on BAföG can be found here: Studentenwerk Erlangen-Nürnberg.

    It is now also possible to apply for BAföG online; there is a separate website for this purpose: www.bafoeg-bayern.de

    Information on BAföG can also be found at: www.schnellkreditcheck.de/bafoeg-ratgeber/

    Living in Ansbach

    The student hostel of the Studentenwerk Erlangen-Nürnberg is located directly on campus. Here you can inform yourself about the details:

    You will also find many apartment advertisements here: Franconian state newspaper

    It is also worth taking a look at the notice board in our canteen. Maybe you'll find the right shared flat there.

    Legal bases for approval

    Applicants at Bavarian universities of applied sciences are subject to the Bavarian Higher Education Act (BayHSchG) and the Ordinance to Higher Education at State Universities in Bavaria (HZV).

    Admission figures
    In addition, the Ansbach University of Applied Sciences has issued a statute for its local selection procedure.

    Qualification requirements
    If you wish to study at a Bavarian university, you must have certain qualifications which are laid down in the Regulation on Qualifications for Studies at the Universities of the Free State of Bavaria and the State-recognised Non-State Universities (Qualification Regulation - QualV).

    Admission and matriculation
    The statutes on the matriculation, re-registration and exmatriculation procedure contain, among other things, regulations on admission and matriculation.

    Study and examination regulations

    These and other documents can be found under Official Publications.

    Staff General Student Advisory Service

    Laura Müller – Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

    Laura Müller

    Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

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    Laura Müller

    Laura Müller – Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

    Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

    Funktionen:

    • Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service
    Anja Haager – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

    Anja Haager

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

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    Anja Haager

    Anja Haager – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service
    Julia Spengruber – Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

    Julia Spengruber

    Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

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    Julia Spengruber

    Julia Spengruber – Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

    Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

    Funktionen:

    • Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.2 Allgemeine Studienberatung, Alumni, Career Service

    Staff Student Services

    Supervision of undergraduate Bachelor programmes - please direct enquiries exclusively to bewerbung.bachelor@hs-ansbach.de!

    Monika Guderian – Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Monika Guderian

    Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

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    Monika Guderian

    Monika Guderian – Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Funktionen:

    • Leiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice
    Renate Böttcher – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (RJO)

    Renate Böttcher

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (RJO)

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    Renate Böttcher

    Renate Böttcher – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (RJO)

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (RJO)

    Funktionen:

    • Sachbearbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Ressortjournalismu
    Isabella Frank – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BMT/IBT/Fak M/Fak T)

    Isabella Frank

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BMT/IBT/Fak M/Fak T)

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    Isabella Frank

    Isabella Frank – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BMT/IBT/Fak M/Fak T)

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BMT/IBT/Fak M/Fak T)

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Biomedizinische Technik
    • Industrielle Biotechnologie
    • Fakultät Technik und Medien (Zeugniserstellung und praktische Studiensemester)
    Stefanie Frieß – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (AIW/WIG)

    Stefanie Frieß

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (AIW/WIG)

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    Stefanie Frieß

    Stefanie Frieß – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (AIW/WIG)

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (AIW/WIG)

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Angewandte Ingenieurwissenschaften
      • Energiesysteme und Energiewirtschaft
      • Kunststofftechnik
      • Nachhaltige Gebäudetechnik
      • Physikalische Technik
      • Produktions- und Automatisierungstechnik
    • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
    Niklas Kronberger – Mitarbeiter Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (MUK/VIS)

    Niklas Kronberger

    Mitarbeiter Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (MUK/VIS)

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    Niklas Kronberger

    Niklas Kronberger – Mitarbeiter Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (MUK/VIS)

    Mitarbeiter Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (MUK/VIS)

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiter Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Mulltimedia und Kommunikation
    • Visualisierung und Interaktion in digitalen Medien
    Sophia Merz – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (WIF)

    Sophia Merz

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (WIF)

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    Sophia Merz

    Sophia Merz – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (WIF)

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (WIF)

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Wirtschaftsinformatik
    Katharina Paetzold-Dave – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BIM)

    Katharina Paetzold-Dave

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BIM)

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    Katharina Paetzold-Dave

    Katharina Paetzold-Dave – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BIM)

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BIM)

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    •  Internationales Management (Spitzensportler)
    Anja Traube – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (DIS)

    Anja Traube

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (DIS)

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    Anja Traube

    Anja Traube – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (DIS)

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (DIS)

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Datenschutz und IT-Sicherheit
    Sandra Wahl – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BW)

    Sandra Wahl

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BW)

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    Sandra Wahl

    Sandra Wahl – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BW)

    Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice (BW)

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Betriebswirtschaft

    Staff Student Services School of Business and Technology

    Supervision of part-time and master's degree programmes

    Ralph-Peter Kappestein

    Ralph-Peter Kappestein – Leiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Leiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Funktionen:

    • Leiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)
    • Mitglied Senat und Hochschulrat

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Interkulturelles Management in Voll- und Teilzeit (B.A.)
    • Angewandte Kunststofftechnik (B.Eng., berufsbegleitend)
    • Strategisches Management (B.A., berufsbegleitend)
    • Wertschöpfungsmanagement (B.A., berufsbegleitend)
    • Kreatives Management (MBA, berufsbegleitend)
    • Angewandte Forschung und Entwicklung (M.Sc.)
    • Applied Research in Engineering Sciences (M.Sc.)
    • Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (M.Eng.)
    • Internationales Produkt- und Servicemanagement (M.A.)
    • Leadership (M.A.)
    • Medizintechnik (M.Eng.)
    • Multimediale Information und Kommunikation (M.A.)
    • Multimediales Didaktisches Design (M.A.)
    • Public Relations und Unternehmenskommunikation (M.A.)
    • Zertifikatslehrgang Leadership im Gesundheitswesen
    Baki Cengiz – Mitarbeiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Baki Cengiz

    Mitarbeiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

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    Baki Cengiz

    Baki Cengiz – Mitarbeiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Mitarbeiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Interkulturelles Management in Voll- und Teilzeit (B.A.)
    • Angewandte Kunststofftechnik (B.Eng., berufsbegleitend)
    • Strategisches Management (B.A., berufsbegleitend)
    • Wertschöpfungsmanagement (B.A., berufsbegleitend)
    • Kreatives Management (MBA, berufsbegleitend)
    • Angewandte Forschung und Entwicklung (M.Sc.)
    • Applied Research in Engineering Sciences (M.Sc.)
    • Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (M.Eng.)
    • Internationales Produkt- und Servicemanagement (M.A.)
    • Leadership (M.A.)
    • Medizintechnik (M.Eng.)
    • Multimediale Information und Kommunikation (M.A.)
    • Multimediales Didaktisches Design (M.A.)
    • Public Relations und Unternehmenskommunikation (M.A.)
    • Zertifikatslehrgang Leadership im Gesundheitswesen
    Marianne Rusam – Mitarbeiterin Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Marianne Rusam

    Mitarbeiterin Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

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    Marianne Rusam

    Marianne Rusam – Mitarbeiterin Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Mitarbeiterin Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiterin Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Interkulturelles Management in Voll- und Teilzeit (B.A.)
    • Angewandte Kunststofftechnik (B.Eng., berufsbegleitend)
    • Strategisches Management (B.A., berufsbegleitend)
    • Wertschöpfungsmanagement (B.A., berufsbegleitend)
    • Kreatives Management (MBA, berufsbegleitend)
    • Angewandte Forschung und Entwicklung (M.Sc.)
    • Applied Research in Engineering Sciences (M.Sc.)
    • Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (M.Eng.)
    • Internationales Produkt- und Servicemanagement (M.A.)
    • Leadership (M.A.)
    • Medizintechnik (M.Eng.)
    • Multimediale Information und Kommunikation (M.A.)
    • Multimediales Didaktisches Design (M.A.)
    • Public Relations und Unternehmenskommunikation (M.A.)
    • Zertifikatslehrgang Leadership im Gesundheitswesen
    Tanja Wäger – Mitarbeiterin Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Tanja Wäger

    Mitarbeiterin Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

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    Tanja Wäger

    Tanja Wäger – Mitarbeiterin Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Mitarbeiterin Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Funktionen:

    • Mitarbeiterin Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

    Betreute Studiengänge:

    • Interkulturelles Management in Voll- und Teilzeit (B.A.)
    • Angewandte Kunststofftechnik (B.Eng., berufsbegleitend)
    • Strategisches Management (B.A., berufsbegleitend)
    • Wertschöpfungsmanagement (B.A., berufsbegleitend)
    • Kreatives Management (MBA, berufsbegleitend)
    • Angewandte Forschung und Entwicklung (M.Sc.)
    • Applied Research in Engineering Sciences (M.Sc.)
    • Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (M.Eng.)
    • Internationales Produkt- und Servicemanagement (M.A.)
    • Leadership (M.A.)
    • Medizintechnik (M.Eng.)
    • Multimediale Information und Kommunikation (M.A.)
    • Multimediales Didaktisches Design (M.A.)
    • Public Relations und Unternehmenskommunikation (M.A.)
    • Zertifikatslehrgang Leadership im Gesundheitswesen