Admission Non-EU/EEA applicants

Applications from nationals of non-EU/EEA countries with a foreign university entrance qualification are processed separately from other applications within the preliminary and special quota. You can find out how the procedure works in this section.

What is the admission procedure for international applicants from non-EU/EEA countries?

Uni-Assist checks your application documents and forwards valid applications to Leuphana. Direct applications to Leuphana are only possible with an IB diploma, the European Baccalaureate, the Feststellungsprüfung or a preliminary examination documentation. If you receive a confirmation of your university entrance qualification from Uni-Assist, this means that you are participating in the selection process. However, it does not automatically mean that you will also receive a place at Leuphana.

At Leuphana College, all courses of study are admission restricted. Only a certain number of places are available, so not all applicants who meet the admission criteria will be admitted. The college will make a selection if there are more applications than places available.

The selection is made by creating a ranking of all valid applications based on the average grade of the university entrance qualification. The applicants with the best average grades will receive a place at the university.

How many study places are available?

For applicants from non-EU/EEA countries, 5% of the study places within the Bachelor's degree programmes per major or subject are available within the preliminary and special quota. This quota only applies to applications for a Bachelor's degree programme, not for a Master's degree programme. The quota is valid for the state of Lower Saxony, it may vary in other German states.

How can I convert my average grade into the German system?

The so-called "modified Bavarian formula" is used to convert the grades.
Would you like to know your German grade? Then use our calculator. All you have to do is enter the best grade from your grading system and the lowest pass mark, i.e. the minimum grade it takes to pass.

Please note: This is only a first orientation and not a binding information.

What average grade do I need for admission?

Nobody can predict exactly what average grade is required for admission, as the numbers can change every year. The figures of the last few years can serve as a reference point.

The entry "0,0" means no selection was made, all applicants were admitted.

"Lottery" means that within an average grade, a lottery had to be held to decide which applicant received the place.

Major

Number of places for non-EU/EEA applicants

2020

Average Grade

2020

Average Grade

2019

Average Grade

2018

English Major

 

 

 

 

Digital Media

2

1,5

1,5 Lottery

1,3

Global Environmental & Sustainability Studies

2

1,1

1,6 Lottery

1,7

International Business Administration & Entrepreneurship

3

1,2 Lottery

1,8

1,3

Psychologie (Grundlagen)

3

2,2

2,4

2,8

Studium Individuale

2

2,0

2,1

0,0

German Major

 

 

 

 

Betriebswirtschaftslehre

7

0,0

0,0

2,7

Ingenieurwissenschaften

3

0,0

0,0

0,0

Kulturwissenschaften

8

0,0

0,0

0,0

Politikwissenschaften

3

0,0

0,0

2,0

Rechtswissenschaften (Unternehmens- und Wirtschaftsrecht)

5

0,0

0,0

0,0

Umweltwissenschaften

6

0,0

0,0

2,1

Volkswirtschaftslehre

3

0,0

0,0

0,0

Wirtschaftsinformatik

4

2,8

2,8

2,4

Subjects in Teacher Training Programmes (German)

Number of places for non-EU/EEA applicants 2020

Average Grade 2020

Average Grade 2019

Average Grade 2018

Sozialpädagogik5

 

 

 

all applicants admitted

Wirtschaftspädagogik2
Biologie1

Chemie

 
Deutsch7
Englisch3
Ev. Religion2
Kunst2
Mathe6
Musik(aptitude test)
Politik1
Sachunterricht2
Sport1 (aptitude test)