Early admission to university
Early admission to studies is offered by TUK and aimed at prospective students who are looking for an early orientation and would like to gain an initial insight into the respective subject of study. Within the framework of early studies, coursework and examinations can be completed, which can then be credited towards a subsequent degree programme.
Early admission via distance learning
Early admission via distance learning (with/without higher education entrance qualification (German “Abitur”)) is possible in the following degree programmes:
Upon enrolment, early admission students are granted distance student status and therefore, besides the costs of learning materials, they are also expected to pay the associated social contribution fee for the distance study degree programme.
This offer is mainly aimed at prospective students who are not yet able to start on-campus studies due to voluntary service or professional activity.
Particularly gifted pupils can take advantage of the early degree programme. Already during school time, pupils are given the opportunity to complete their coursework and examinations. Within the framework of early studies, coursework and examinations can be completed, which can then be credited towards a subsequent degree programme.
Pupils who wish to enrol at TUK prior to earning their higher education entrance qualification (German “Abitur”) have to have special talents according to the mutual judgement of the school and university. Therefore, applicants are required to submit a letter of recommendation. If you would like the university to assess your aptitude, you are welcome to contact the responsible subject-specific student counselling.
Early admission to on-campus studies
Early Admission due to a special aptitude is possible both via distance studies and on-campus studies. Through early admission, students may take part in courses and complete coursework and examinations.For further information and/or individual advice on early admission, feel free to contact subject-specific student counselling of the respective department. In order to participate, you have to register for early admission to on-campus studies and thus also pay the respective social contribution fee.
Transition from early admission to on-campus studies
If you transfer from early admission to on-campus studies, there is no need to apply completely anew.
The transition to on-campus studies is carried out by simply changing your degree programme. To do so, you are required to submit the application form for the change of degree programme and the following documents:
• Payment of one-time social contribution fee and fee for the provision of a chip card
The usual application deadlines apply for the change of degree programme.