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German nationals with German certificates (Abitur) apply directly to the University of Osnabrück. The same applies to international applicants with German certificates (education nationals). To international applicants with foreign certificates, partly different application conditions apply. In addition, sufficient knowledge of the German language must be demonstrated. If the admission conditions mentioned above are fulfilled, you can apply online via the Student’s Administrative Office.

Further information and the registration portal can be found here

Applications for the Master Intercultural Psychology are possible for the winter and summer semester.

Winter semester (1st + higher semester) application deadline: June 15th of each year

Summer semester (only higher semester) application deadline: January 15th of each year

Application Documents

1) The Master's Program in Intercultural Psychology begins in the winter semester. A written application and the required application documents according to paragraph 2 Admission Regulation must be submitted by the 15th of June for the winter semester.  Applications for admission are only considered for the respective application deadline, not for following deadlines.

2) The following documents must be attached to the application (certified copies in case of report cards and certificates):

  • Diploma of the undergraduate (bachelor) degree or - if the bachelor program has not yet been completed - a certificate of the credit points achieved until this point, the courses attended and the average grade
  • curriculum vitae
  • Applicants who do not have a German university entry qualification or who have not earned their bachelor's degree in a German university must also have sufficient knowledge of the German language. If the candidate is not a native speaker she or he must send documentation of a German language examination for the admission to higher education (DSH 2) or equivalent qualification certificates.

3) Applications that are not received in full, in due form or on time are excluded from further processing. The documents submitted remain with the university.