Degree holders from EU universities

Does your home institution have a cooperation agreement with our Department? If that is the case, please consult this other page.


The main criteria are:

  • Graduation degree (Dipl.-Ing, BSc or BEng) with minimum 210 CR (ECTS)
  • Final Bachelor thesis (min. 3 months)
  • Suitable field of studies (to be checked individually)
  • Final score ≤ 2,5
  • Minimum command of German: B1 level (certified)

The contents of your previous studies must have enabled enable you to do our Master’s course. You can find detailed requirements for individual modules by clicking on them in the module handbook. Candidates who lack some of the MSc requirements to a small extent, but otherwise fulfil the criteria mentioned, may possibly be admitted under the condition that they catch up on the skills still to be developed.

The practical feasibility of the Master studies must be ensured (e.g. financially).

Application procedure

If you are close to finishing your graduate studies, please bear in mind our semester start when scheduling your oral defence, since the final results will need to be handed in and you will have to move to Mannheim before the Master courses begin.

Please send your application (form and all documents required as described on page 3 of the form) to our Coordination Office in due time.

Input confirmation can be expected within approx. one week, unless the coordinator is out of office – then you will get an automatic response. If none of both is the case, please ask.


  • 15th July for the winter semester (September)
  • 15th January for the summer semester (March)

We recommend you to submit your personal applicant profile as well.

If the estimated date for finishing your studies lies after the deadline, you can still apply; however, the admission can then only be a provisional one. After obtaining your degree you will need to hand in your final results and, provided all prerequisites are fulfilled, the registration can be then effected.

Due to the tight housing situation and the high number of applicants, we strongly recommend that EU candidates submit their applications by the early deadlines (15th May for winter semester / 15th November for summer semester).


The fulfilment of the prerequisites qualifies you for the selection process, but does not automatically result in your admission to the programme.

Applications handed in incomplete and/or after the deadline will not come into consideration.