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International Business Bachelor's and Master's Degree Programs /
Bachelor International Business (B.A.) /
Admission Process /
"The prime reason for me to choose International Business at Nuremberg Tech is the program structure offered here. Three and half years of course where you spend 2 semesters abroad which is both challenging, but in the meantime provides you tons of opportunities to explore the career path. The degree is more than just sitting in a lecture. It's actually traveling around the world and learning through real life experiences aligning it with the theory learnt at the class room."
-- Asim (21) from Nepal
Admission to the Bachelor in International Business is granted on the basis of a so-called Numerus Clausus (NC) which ranks the applicants according to their final average grade of their university entrance qualification. The NC is the grade up to which applicants will be admitted, under consideration of the number of study places available (total of 60).
The NC is not known prior to the admission process. It rather changes with each admission process based on the number of applicants and their grades.
In order to find out whether your international certificate of education is sufficient to enter our International Business program you must have your former education accredited (so called "Zeugnisanerkennung"). Therefore, please fill out this accreditation form and send it by post with all required documents as soon as these documents are available, to the Student Services of Nuremberg Tech (for address see below "Contact"). For more information about the notarization of your documents please follow this link as well as carefully read the second page of the accreditation form. Should your certificates do not fulfill the requirements of the notarization they will not be accepted!
Beforehand you may also visit the DAAD-webpage which can help you to find out what kind of possibilities you can generally expect for admission in Germany. Please note that this data base only provides a general overview for selected countries.
If you receive your school graduation certificate during our application period - May 2nd until July 15th - please send this form along with your application documents.
Chinese, Vietnamese and Mongolian applicants who want to study at a German university are required to have their school and university diplomas evaluated by the "Akademische Prüfstelle" (APS) which exist at the German embassy in Beijing, Hanoi and Ulan Bator.
Please note that the accreditation of your international certificates of education for the International Business Program at our university will be reviewed by Nuremberg Tech (not uni-assist!).
"Zeugnisanerkennung" - How does it work?
Information sheet - Notarization of documents
APS Ulan Bator
daad.de | Entrance qualification data base
anabin.org | Evaluation of foreign secondary school-leaving certificates (in German only)
sk-coburg.de | Studienkolleg Coburg
study-in-bavaria.de | Information on universities and life in Bavaria
Places in the International Business program are awarded according to the average final grade of the university entrance qualification.
Applicants from EU-member countries can improve their average final grade of the university entrance qualification:
The Online Self-Assessment (OSA) will assist you to find out whether our program fits your interests and if you meet the general and program-specific requirements.
The test takes about 60 minutes to complete and should be processed very carefully. Your achievements will be summed up in a pdf-file, including information on your strengths and weaknesses. Your results do not have to be handed in and will not affect your application. The OSA is available all the time.Important Links
As the International Business program is restricted by a NC (Numerus Clausus), the application process will be based on a service-oriented admission system, called Hochschulstart. On behalf of the state-recognized German higher education institutions, Hochschulstart coordinates admissions to undergraduate programs, nationwide.
The following explanations will assist you in preparing your application:
Attention: The deadlines relating to your Hochschulstart account, such as prioritizing your applications, vary from year to year. You will find more information about the current application period on the webpage of Hochschulstart.
Application Portal of TH Nürnberg
Application Portal of Hochschulstart
Information about the registration and application through Hochschulstart
Please upload the following documents not later than July 15th in the application portal of TH Nürnberg:
Application Checklist for Download
Applicants who have already been studying at another university have the opportunity to apply for admission to a higher semester under following conditions:
If you meet the above mentioned requirements you have to submit the following documents:
You will be asked to upload documents during the online application process. Additionally, please send the documents listed above in paper form via post within the application period to our university.
If you are applying for the winter semester, in order to improve your chances for admission to this degree program, we recommend that you also apply for admission to the first semester should your request for admission to a higher semester be denied. In this case, you have to submit two separate sets of application documents!
All of our students are required to do a 20-week internship abroad and to spend one semester at a partner university abroad. Finding and organizing an internship abroad is surely challenging. Especially non-EU students should consider that they have to face a number of barriers that local students do not have (visa, work permit etc.). But please be assured that we will do our best to assist and prepare you for this exciting part of your studies.
You need to be familiar with algebra, standard functions, equation systems and inequalities, differential and integral calculus as usually taught in school.
Postal address for mailing documents:
Contact person for questions:
Inquiries via e-mail: ib-bachelor-ib[at]th-nuernberg.de
Inquiries via telephone: 0049-(0)911-5880-2888 (Tuesday 9:30-11:30 h and Thursday 13:00-14:00 h)
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